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India keeps key interest rate unchanged

8 June 2017

MUMBAI: India’s central bank kept its key interest rate unchanged at 6.25%, as widely expected, while lowering projections for inflation and striking a less hawkish tone in a policy statement.

Philippine troops find stash of cash as rebels pull back

7 June 2017

MARAWI CITY: Philippine troops found bundles of banknotes and cheques worth about US$1.6mil (RM6.8mil) abandoned by militants holed up in Marawi City, a discovery the military said was evidence that the fighters were pulling back.

Philippine troops find stash of banknotes as fighters pull back

6 June 2017

MARAWI CITY, Philippines (Reuters) - Philippines troops found bundles of banknotes and cheques worth about $1.6 million abandoned by Islamist militants holed up in Marawi City, a discovery the military said on Tuesday was evidence that the fighters were pulling back.

Thai central bank relaxes currency rules to help businesses

6 June 2017

BANGKOK: The Bank of Thailand said it’s easing some foreign-exchange rules to reduce compliance costs for the private sector. The baht strengthened as speculation the monetary authority might unveil major steps to curb the currency’s appreciation proved unfounded.

Anti-graft activist stirs up Kenyans with parliament campaign

5 June 2017

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenya's most flamboyant anti-corruption activist, Boniface Mwangi spent years enraging politicians with headline-grabbing stunts, once herding blood-drenched pigs to parliament to highlight legislators' sky-high salaries.

Fiji honours Olympic rugby sevens heroes with new currency

21 April 2017

(Reuters) - The government of Fiji will release new 7 Fijian dollar (2.61 pounds) banknotes and 50 cent coins to honour the rugby sevens team that won the gold at the 2016 Rio Olympics, Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama said on Friday.

Bank of Canada gets nerdy to celebrate anniversary

17 April 2017

The Bank of Canada may not be known for its humour but it marked the nation's 150th anniversary with a bit of whimsy, embedding a computer code in its website that lets users unlock a digital celebration.

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