Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Wednesday the central bank’s presence in the exchange-traded fund (ETF) market is “not too big,” signaling that topping up purchases of ETFs could be a real, near-term option.
The Reserve Bank of India will continue to use currency intervention to reduce volatility in the country’s exchange rates, the bank’s governor, Raghuram Rajan, said on Monday.
Saudi Arabia is raising $10bn from a consortium of global banks as the kingdom embarks on its first international debt issuance in 25 years to counter dwindling oil revenues and reserves.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton scored sweeping victories in nominating contests in their home state of New York, and immediately cited them in arguing they are all but unstoppable as their respective parties’ presidential nominees.
Stocks fell around the world on Wednesday as the price of crude declined after a strike by Kuwaiti oil workers ended.
Fund managers have been warned to stay off the golf course by the UK regulator in a sign that the good times continue to roll for some in the City.
Deutsche Börse and the London Stock Exchange Group are planning to unite their clearing houses at the heart of their €20bn merger by creating a framework to oversee bank defaults.
The six biggest US banks have suffered their steepest decline in quarterly revenues since 2011, after a profound slump on Wall Street overshadowed a boost from their consumer businesses.
Commerzbank’s chief executive has warned that bank may struggle to meet its profit target this year, after Germany’s second largest lender was caught up in the market turmoil that has roiled the global banking sector.
Standard & Poor’s has given Japan a pass, affirming its ratings at A+/A-1 despite looming risks.
UK unemployment rose for the first time in seven months, suggesting the labor market is cooling.
I wrote at the beginning of January that economic conditions this year were set to be as weak as in 2015, which was the worst year since the global financial crisis erupted in 2008.
Britain will be poorer, more inward looking and London’s role as a global financial center could be undermined if it votes to leave the European Union in a June 23 referendum, eight former U.S. Treasury secretaries said on Wednesday.
Japan’s exports fell for a sixth straight month in March as slowing growth in China, soft demand for electronic components for products such as the iPhone and a strengthening yen threatened to hold back the country’s economic recovery.
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