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Ritvik Carvalho

GLOBAL MARKETS-Fed's slipstream leaves stocks beaming, dollar subdued

05 Jun 2019

* Italy bonds, bank stocks fall as EU says Italy broke debt rules

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks gain in Fed's cheery slipstream, dollar subdued

05 Jun 2019

LONDON, June 5 Global stocks gained for a third straight day on Wednesday, bolstered by investors' growing hopes that the Federal Reserve might cut interest rates this year to boost a slowing global economy, while the dollar languished near seven-week lows.

Graphic: Keep it easy! Emerging central banks keep cutting rates in May

03 Jun 2019

LONDON Interest rate cuts by emerging market central banks outstripped rate hikes for a fourth straight month in May, taking their cue from the dovish turn of major central banks as fears over the health of the global economy and trade tensions take their toll.

Drum roll for TLTRO 3: Five questions for the ECB

03 Jun 2019

LONDON - Thursday's European Central Bank meeting may well see some action to shore up the economy in the form of details on a new round of cheap multi-year loans for banks.

Reading the Brexit tea leaves - Moves in sterling

24 May 2019

LONDON Sterling has been the focus for global investors rattled by Britain's planned departure from the European Union, plunging immediately after the vote to leave and then moving wildly ever since on Brexit-related headlines.

Reading the Brexit tea leaves: Moves in sterling

24 May 2019

LONDON Sterling has been the focus for global investors rattled by Britain's planned departure from the European Union, plunging immediately after the vote to leave and then moving wildly ever since on Brexit-related headlines.

Trawling the toolkit: how can the ECB combat economic downturn?

23 May 2019

LONDON With euro zone growth faltering again, markets are debating what else the European Central Bank can do to shore up the economy.

Rise of smaller rivals throws up fresh challenge to bitcoin

15 May 2019

LONDON Bitcoin's weathered hacks, heists, booms and busts to reign as the king of cryptocurrencies through its first decade. But now there's a fresh challenge to its dominance of the fledgling market: some 2,000 smaller digital coins.

What's at stake for Europe Inc in a trade spat with Washington

14 May 2019

LONDON Europe's listed companies are expected to generate 1.2 trillion euros (£1.0 trillion) in revenue from the United States this year, highlighting what's at stake as global trade tensions grow and earnings and economic growth stall.

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