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The Central Bank head has depicted a darker picture for the course of inflation in the country, saying inflation may be 'decently' above the target of 5 percent by the year-end
LONDON - Reuters
As Britain prepares to say who will take the pain for more cuts, the row over ceremonial horses...
ISTANBUL - Reuters
Turkey’s Central Bank shifted its intervention strategy toward the inexorable rise of...
NEW YORK - Agence France-Presse
Consumer confidence in the United States surged to a five-year high in June, besting analyst expectations...
JERUSALEM - Reuters
Jacob Frenkel, an inflation hawk who was Bank of Israel governor in the 1990s, will be returning...
MOSCOW - Reuters
The Russian government, facing an economic slowdown, will have to focus its spending efforts...
The United Kingdom’s finance ministry has come to the end of talks with government departments...
BRUSSELS - Reuters
The European Union late on June 24 agreed a compromise deal to enforce stricter rules...
NICOSIA - Reuters
A proposed gas pipeline to link Greek Cyprus to Crete and then Greece or Italy...
ANKARA - Anatolia News Agency
The ramifications of the U.S. Federal Reserve’s announcement will be much more...
ROME - Anatolia News Agency
Turkey was elected a council member of the United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization...
LUXEMBOURG - Reuters
European Union negotiators gathered yesterday for talks to finalize reforms of the bloc’s 50 billion euro-a-year farm policy...
LUXEMBOURG - The Associated Press
The European Union finance ministers could not come to an agreement on new bank rules for bank restructurings in the member countries...
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