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FRANKFURT, May 20 (Xinhua) -- The Group of Seven (G7) countries are determined to rein in the spiraling inflation, German Finance Minister Christian Lindner said on Friday.
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CHINESE banks cut a key interest rate for long-term loans by a record amount, a move that would reduce mortgage costs and may help counter weak loan demand caused by a property slump and Covid lockdowns.
THE European Central Bank (ECB) might be ready to increase interest rates for the first time in more than a decade in July, says Governing Council member Ignazio Visco.
KOENIGSWINTER, Germany (Reuters) -The Group of Seven's financial leaders agreed on $9.5 billion in new aid to Ukraine on Friday and promised enough money to keep the country's devastated economy afloat as long as it fights against Russia's invasion.
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI gave up early gains to close at the day's low on Friday, while the ringgit climbed marginally against the US dollar.
OIL prices fell on Friday as investors worried that weakening global economic growth and tighter central bank monetary policy could curb a recovery in fuel demand.
TOKYO: Asian economies must be mindful of spillover risks as a decade of unconventional easing policies by major central banks is unwound faster than expected, International Monetary Fund(IMF) Deputy Managing Director Kenji Okamura said.
BONN, Germany: Japan called on other G7 countries to reaffirm the group's agreement on exchange-rate policy, Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki said on Thursday, a sign Tokyo remained on guard against the risk of further sharp declines in the yen.