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WITH many countries facing limitations in monetary easing policies, eyes are turned to large fiscal or government spending to help stimulate rapidly slowing economies.
NEW YORK: World equity benchmarks hit their lowest levels in a month on Wednesday as signs of a slowdown in U.S. economic growth and weak earnings in Europe fanned fears that the U.S.-China trade war could push the global economy into a recession
BRUSSELS: Global bond investors are betting against the increasingly aggressive tactics taken by central banks in the chase for economic growth, by turning to strategies that profit when inflation fails to pick up.
Concerted push by central banks to support flagging global growth is triggering some vocal opposition
FOR THE past eight years, the European Central Bank has looked very much like a one-man show. President Mario Draghi appeared so dominant that investors quickly learnt to dismiss disagreements as a little nuisance they could easily brush aside.
COPENHAGEN: Denmark is about to become a test case for what happens when banks start charging a lot of customers to store their money.
STRASBOURG (Reuters) - The European Parliament backed Christine Lagarde on Tuesday as the next president of the European Central Bank, paving the way for her to become the first woman to hold the post.
BENGALURU: Gold prices edged lower on Friday as improved risk appetite amid signs of a thaw in the long-drawn U.S.-China trade tiff drew investors away from the safe-haven metal, while palladium retreated slightly from a record peak hit in the previous session.
Mario Draghi is on his final stretch, and it’s not an easy road to travel.