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FRANKFURT: Just weeks after Christine Lagarde became the eurozone’s first female central bank chief, neighbouring Britain has chosen to stick with what it’s only ever known for economic policy: men in charge.
LONDON: From Harley Davidson to Colgate-Palmolive, US companies are flocking to borrow in euros and their record issuance is breathing life into a market where yields have been hammered by the European Central Bank’s (ECB) renewed stimulus push.
PRETORIA (Reuters) - England all-rounder Ben Stokes will spend Tuesday at the bedside of his father Ged, who is in a critical condition in hospital in Johannesburg.
PRETORIA (Reuters) - Ben Stokes returned to practice with England on Wednesday after the condition of his critically ill father improved, but three others missed out as illness continue to plague the tourists, 24 hours ahead of the first test against South Africa at Centurion.
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ZURICH: European Central Bank (ECB) president Christine Lagarde is attempting an endeavour possibly as daunting as reigniting inflation in the euro area: Learning German.
(Reuters) - The England and Wales Cricket Board are "cautiously" backing a proposal that would mandate four-day World Test Championship matches from 2023.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - England will be "cautiously" backing a proposal to make four-day tests mandatory from 2023 under the World Test Championship, joining a growing push to shorten the game's longest format.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - England’s ‘cursed’ tour of South Africa continued on Thursday after opening batsman Rory Burns was ruled out for the remainder of the four-test series with an ankle injury sustained while playing football.
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.