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WELLINGTON (Reuters) - The England and New Zealand cricket boards launched a probe on Monday after England fast bowler Jofra Archer said he was subjected to racial insults by a spectator while batting during the final day of the opening test at Bay Oval.
(Reuters) - England paceman James Anderson will step up his recovery from a calf injury at a specialist pace bowling camp in Potchefstroom ahead of a four-test series in South Africa starting next month, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has said https://www.ecb.co.uk/news/1504490/anderson-and-wood-to-join-south-africa-pace-camp-as-part-of-revamped-lions-winter-programme.
FRANKFURT: Global central banks are approaching the end of the year with a collective shudder at the risky behaviour that their low interest-rate policies are encouraging.
AS we draw near to year-end, many would prefer to see a trade agreement instead of gifts from Santa Claus.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union leaders on Sunday celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Lisbon Treaty, the union's legal cornerstone, amid calls to reform a bloc weakened over the past decade by economic and migration crises, rising euroscepticism and Brexit.
Frankfurt: After five years of negative rates imposed by the European Central Bank (ECB), German lenders are breaking the last taboo: Charging retail clients for their savings starting with very first euro in the their accounts
FRANKFURT: Bond powerhouse Pacific Investment Management Co has become the latest high profile critic of negative interest rates, warning that one of the key central-bank tools in economically beleaguered Europe and Japan may do more harm than good.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Christine Lagarde has called the fight against climate change "mission critical" for the European Central Bank but she will struggle to match those words with actions during her eight years leading Europe's most powerful financial institution.
LONDON (Reuters) - Former England captain Bob Willis, who bowled his country to a famous Ashes test victory in 1981, has died aged 70 after a short illness, his family said on Wednesday.
The European Central Bank is willing to develop its own digital currency if the private sector can’t make cross-border payments faster and cheaper.