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  • British Chambers of Commerce warns of 'alarm bell' for UK recovery

    LONDON (Reuters) - The British Chambers of Commerce warned of a "first alarm bell" for Britain's rapid economic recovery after firms reported the weakest export growth in almost two years and a big slowdown in manufacturing. The BCC's quarterly...
  • Stakes high for coming earnings season

    Stakes high for coming earnings season
    Will a stronger American economy be enough to bolster U.S. corporate profits and calm investors at a time when the world is unmistakenly turning weaker? That's clearly been on the minds of investors since mid-September as the Dow Jones industrial...
  • China mulls letting non-banks to trade interbank FX market: sources

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China is considering allowing non-banks, including brokerages, insurers and trust firms, to trade in the interbank foreign exchange market, two sources with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Wednesday. The move would...
  • Exclusive: India's central bank to monitor trades by companies in debt markets

    MUMBAI (Reuters) - Worried that a surge in trading in debt markets by companies could pose risks to financial market stability, India's central bank has ordered its supervision team to monitor their trades, sources with direct knowledge of the situation...
  • Poland cuts interest rates sharply to counter Ukraine, euro zone troubles

    WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's central bank cut interest rates by a deeper-than-expected 50 basis points on Wednesday, a resumption of easing forced on it by the spillover from the euro zone's stuttering recovery and the crisis in Ukraine. The return to...
  • Corporate Iran pins hopes on overseas financial charm offensive

    LONDON (Reuters) - Iranian banks and firms will seek European investors willing to bet on thawing ties with the outside world in London next week, hoping to overcome caution or even outright hostility among Western governments and pressure groups. The...
  • Global financial risks increasing, IMF says

    The International Monetary Fund says central banks’ reliance on low-interest rate policies, while necessary to prop up a flagging global economy, are also likely encouraging increased investment in risky assets and increased leverage throughout...
  • Latin America asks U.S. to consult on monetary policy changes

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Latin American finance ministers expect to be consulted on U.S. monetary policy and hope officials in Washington will consider the impact of abrupt changes on emerging markets, Colombian Finance Minister Mauricio Cardenas said on...
  • No disruption from cap in reverse repos: NY Fed's Potter

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - There was no evidence of disruption to the U.S. funds market from the recently implemented cap on the amount of reverse repos, a key program the Federal Reserve will use when it begins to raise interest rates, the head of the...
  • Euro to fall below parity with dollar by 2017: Deutsche

    LONDON (Reuters) - The euro's exchange rate against the dollar will fall to $0.95 by 2017, taking the single currency back below parity for the first time in more than a decade, according to a report by Deutsche Bank. The call by Germany's biggest bank,...
  • Wall Street profits weighed down by fines in 2014: New York State Comptroller

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wall Street's profits fell in the first half of the year due to fines related to the 2008-2009 financial crisis, a trend that will likely continue for the remainder of the year, New York state's top financial watchdog said on Tuesday....