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OTTAWA: Greece's finance minister arranged a last-minute follow-up meeting with International Monetary Fund managing director Christine Lagarde before returning to Athens from a gathering of global policy makers in Washington, as the nation seeks to unlock more bailout funds from creditors.
FRANKFURT: The Swiss National Bank has room to cut interest rates further below zero and is willing to increase the size of its balance sheet through currency intervention to prevent an already “significantly overvalued” franc from strengthening, President Thomas Jordan said.
JAGODINA, Serbia (Reuters) - Ultra-nationalists are set to return to Serbia's parliament in an April 24 election after an absence of several years, boosted by growing discontent with Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic's pro-European Union stance and austerity policies.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Iran on Friday called on the United States and the European Union to help it access the global financial system, including assets that Tehran says were supposed to be unfrozen following its historic nuclear deal with major international powers.
THE FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) together with the Dow Jones and all major indexes have been bullish over the last seven years. Since the 2008 subprime crisis in the US, markets have been on a virtual uptrend right up to now. It hasn’t quite ended, and here lies the skittishness.
REVIEW: Against a bullish US backdrop the previous Friday and supported by a strong ringgit, many people had expected the local bourse to rally at the start of the week.