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FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The euro zone's top bank supervisor blamed a "mess" of diverging laws across the bloc on Tuesday for the European Central Bank's failure to stop Angolan billionaire Isabel dos Santos, who is suspected of fraud, from controlling a bank in Portugal.
(Reuters) - Dom Sibley, Dom Bess and Zak Crawley will join up with the England Lions squad for the red-ball leg of their tour of Australia after impressing with the senior team in South Africa, the England and Wales Cricket Board said on Monday.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgaria's plans to enter the eurozone's waiting room this spring and adopt the euro currency in 2023 are "completely foreseeable", the head of the International Monetary Fund said on Sunday.
BENGALURU: European shares retreated from recent peaks on Monday as investors paused before launching into a week packed with economic data and the European Central Bank's first policy meeting of the year. Wall Street was closed.
LONDON: The European Central Bank and Bank of Japan are among Group of Seven institutions leading the charge this week with their first interest-rate meetings of 2020, each of which may set the tone for the year ahead.
PORT ELIZABETH (Reuters) - Paceman Jofra Archer will stay on tour as England hope to get him fit for the last test against South Africa in Johannesburg next week, officials said on Thursday.
PETALING JAYA: After more than two years of decline against the US dollar, the ringgit is expected to strengthen to between RM4 and RM4.10 against the greenback this year, according to Standard Chartered.
ZURICH: Swiss National Bank (SNB) president Thomas Jordan is finding that it’s hard to get the genie of unconventional monetary policy back in the bottle once it has been let out.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - England opener Rory Burns will be out of action for up to four months after ankle surgery and will miss the two-test tour of Sri Lanka in March, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said on Tuesday.
Welcome 2020! For me, the past year is best remembered as one of reckoning for central banks – the relentless wave of cheap money provided set the bond markets racing higher, spreading negative yields in Europe and Japan, and prompting rate-setters, financiers and investors to pause (and even hesitate) on what to do next.