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Megan Davies

The IMF in figures: Debtors vs creditors

18 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON The International Monetary Fund's current debtor-creditor balance gives the United States an outsized weight in the voting, which translates into Washington holding roughly 25 times the voting power of Argentina, the bank's biggest debtor.

Russian central bank chief says can cut rates more decisively

18 Oct 2019

MOSCOW The Russian central bank is ready to act "more decisively" when cutting interest rates, Governor Elvira Nabiullina said, increasing the chances the bank's key rate will be lowered by more than 25 basis points as soon as the end of October.

Analysis: Repo chaos tests Wall Street confidence in NY Fed's Williams

19 Sep 2019

Wild swings this week in U.S. money markets have raised fresh concerns about whether the New York Federal Reserve under John Williams has lost its deft touch with markets.

Meghan Markle offers glimpse of UK clothing line for women job-seekers

22 Aug 2019

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Meghan Markle has made a surprise appearance at a fashion shoot for her new clothing line with the London charity Smart Works, which helps long-term unemployed women look for jobs.

Meghan Markle offers glimpse of UK clothing line for women job-seekers

22 Aug 2019

LONDON, Aug 22 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Meghan Markle has made a surprise appearance at a fashion shoot for her new clothing line with the London charity Smart Works, which helps long-term unemployed women look for jobs.

Homophobia seen rising in European countries without gay marriage

21 Aug 2019

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Homophobia has risen in European countries that do not legally recognise same-sex relationships, while acceptance of gay and lesbian people has jumped in states where they can marry, research released on Wednesday showed.

'Gay cake' dispute referred to top European Court

15 Aug 2019

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A case involving a Northern Irish bakery that refused to make a cake with a pro-gay message for a customer has been referred to the European Court of Human Rights.

'Gay cake' dispute referred to top European Court

15 Aug 2019

LONDON, Aug 15 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A case involving a Northern Irish bakery that refused to make a cake with a pro-gay message for a customer has been referred to the European Court of Human Rights.

Corner of world's largest refugee camp recreated in British mall

12 Aug 2019

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - British shoppers were given the chance to experience the world's largest refugee camp on Monday when a charity attempted to recreate the jungles of southern Bangladesh - home to nearly a million displaced Rohingya - in a London mall.

U.S. recession unlikely before 2020, and then 'wok' shaped

14 Nov 2018

NEW YORK U.S. President Donald Trump may just escape having to grapple with a recession before the U.S. Presidential elections in 2020, with investors saying it is unlikely one will occur before then.

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