An alarming plunge for Britain's builders in February intensified calls for the Bank of England to offer more help to the economy yesterday.
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Cyprus's central bank spelled out the financial damage to big deposit holders at Bank of Cyprus, saying they will lose almost 40% of their money. Losses could grow even steeper.
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Reserve Bank deputy governor H R Khan on Thursday said the central bank is initiating action against ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank and Axis Bank in connection with allegations of money laundering by Cobrapost.
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U.S. stocks rose, with the Standard & Poor's 500 Index poised for a third straight week of gains, as investors weighed the pace of central bank stimulus amid a meeting of finance ministers
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The European Central Bank made no change to monetary policy Thursday, but may hint at scope for future action as data signals the euro-zone recession is deepening. Earlier, the Bank of England also remained on hold, whle the Bank of Japan shocked market participants with a round of new monetary stimulus measures that were more aggressive than expected.
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As calls grow in Germany for the country to have more control over the European Central Bank (ECB), priment European banker Jens Weidmann played down calls for Germany to have more voting power.
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There are expectations that Japan's central bank will announce a big monetary stimulus this week
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Stocks erase early losses caused by Cyprus bank bailout plan
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When tin-foil-hat wearing digital dickweed blogs first suggested that Central Banks were actively buying stocks, the mainstream media scoffed at the idiocy and un-independence of such an idea. However, it is clear the central banks themselves are now not only actively buying stocks but are activley encouraging it and propagandizing their efforts to lever this last policy...
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The U.S. dollar fell Thursday as markets digested or awaited key central-bank decisions, with the British pound straddling the psychologically important $1.50 level and the yen moving in tight ranges after the Bank of Japan left its policy unchanged.
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