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Opener Nathan Astle struck an unbeaten115 to guide New Zealand to a six-wicket victory over India in the final of a one-day international triangular series at Harare Sports Club on Tuesday.
Stocks slumped worldwide after terrorists set off four explosions that rocked London's subway and bus system and killed at least 33 people. The British pound hit a fresh 19-month low.
The European Central Bank kept its key interest rate unchanged at 2 percent, despite worries about growth and the unsettling news of terrorist attacks on the London transport network.
The European Central Bank left interest rates unchanged, with poor fourth-quarter growth data and declining business confidence heightening worries about the strength of the economy.
THE Malaysian Government is striving to reduce its budget deficit and achieve a balanced budget. This sounds good. A balanced budget would ensure a strong public sector financial position, more confidence in the economy, a stable currency and a stable economy.
Nearly 40 central banks have increased their exposure to the euro in the past two years, mainly at the expense of the US dollar, according to a survey of 65 central banks released yesterday.
Japan issued a fresh warning against a rising yen yesterday, despite growing complaints from European leaders about Asian currency levels, saying it would step into the market if exchange rates deviate from fundamentals.
Signs of shaky economies in France and Germany have sharpened worries about Europe's less-than-robust recovery - and underscored the struggle to shake up regulation-clogged economies in countries that use the euro.
England's cricket team touched down in Harare Friday, two days later than planned due to a row over accreditation for the majority of British media covering the controversial Zimbabwe tour.
England's five-match cricket tour of Zimbabwe will go ahead after a ban on 13 British journalists was rescinded.