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WASHINGTON: Big banks can still borrow more cheaply than competitors and should face tougher rules, the prospective new head of the U.S. Federal Reserve told lawmakers on Thursday.
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Protests at oil ports have cost Libya more than $6 billion (3 billion pounds) and started hitting power supplies in the North African country, where political chaos is also affecting funding for wheat imports, officials said on Thursday.
SYDNEY: Asian share markets found reassurance in the prospect of extended U.S. monetary stimulus on Friday, while a falling yen had Japanese stocks gunning for their biggest weekly increase in almost four years.
THE Puspakom Inspection Centre in Padang Jawa has denied allegations of frequent system shutdown.