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  • More Russian incursions would hurt Ukraine economy: central bank

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Russia's further incursions into eastern Ukraine would have serious macroeconomic consequences, destabilizing banks and crimping Ukraine's national output, the central bank governor said on Sunday. Many of Ukraine's biggest...
  • Step up action to curb global warming, or risks rise: U.N.

    Step up action to curb global warming, or risks rise: U.N.
    BERLIN (Reuters) - A United Nations report said on Sunday that governments must act faster to keep global warming in check and delays until 2030 could force them to use little-tested technologies to extract greenhouse gases from the air. The study,...
  • Factbox: EU heads for pause in financial rulemaking

    LONDON (Reuters) - The European Union's rulemaking machine has been in overdrive since the financial crisis hit the headlines in 2007 and forced taxpayer bailouts of banks. This week is the final plenary session of the European Parliament, when it will...
  • EU to approve bank rules before May election slows legislative machine

    LONDON (Reuters) - The European Union will sign off on a slew of major reforms this week to allow failing banks to be wound down without public money, clearing its desk before elections in May that may lead to a slower pace of legislation. This week is...
  • 'Great Stretch' to secure Greek debt return

    PARIS (Reuters) - Call it the Great Stretch. Two years ago, Greece's debt crisis almost brought the euro zone crashing down. Now European partners are preparing to ease Athens' debt burden without writing off their loans but by stretching them out...
  • Crimea won, Putin tries not to lose Ukraine

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Vladimir Putin looks likely to go down in history as the Russian leader who won back Crimea, but he is fighting to avoid also being remembered as the man who let Ukraine escape from Moscow's sphere of influence. The next six weeks will...
  • Ukraine prepares armed response as city seized by pro-Russia forces

    Ukraine prepares armed response as city seized by pro-Russia forces
    Ukrainian security forces have launched an "anti-terrorist" operation to end the grip of separatists on an eastern town, Ukraine's interior minister said on Sunday. "An anti-terrorist operation has begun in Slavyansk. It is being directed by the anti-...
  • Reforms to IMF hit serious deadlock: G20 official

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Reforms to the International Monetary Fund have hit a deadlock despite a declaration from global financial chiefs that they would move forward without the United States if it fails to ratify the changes by year-end, a G20 official...
  • IMF urges Congress to back reforms giving fund more clout

    IMF urges Congress to back reforms giving fund more clout
    WASHINGTON — The U.S. made clear this week that it wants the International Monetary Fund to be the emergency lender for countries like Ukraine, but American lawmakers have persistently refused to give the IMF the additional financial firepower...
  • World Bank head calls for renewed urgency in Haiti's cholera fight

    The head of the World Bank is calling for a renewed sense of urgency and more coordination from the international community to help Haiti eliminate cholera, which has killed thousands of Haitians since its outbreak in October 2010. "Cholera can be...
  • Australia says progress towards G20 growth target "unacceptable"

    PERTH, Australia, April 13 - Slow progress towards meeting economic growth targets set by the Group of 20 bloc of advanced and developing nations this year is "unacceptable", Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey said on Sunday. G20 finance ministers had...