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By Jan Strupczewski and Renee Maltezou, Reuters | June 25, 2015
By Renee Maltezou and Jan Strupczewski, Reuters | June 22, 2015
By Vladimir Kuznetsov, Bloomberg | August 11, 2014
Russia is limiting corporate access to domestic financing even as the escalating Ukraine crisis increasingly isolates companies from overseas sources of cash.
By Jeff Greenblatt | January 12, 2014
The market is ripe for a turn, and all the chaos that goes with it, but first traders will attempt to make a better assessment of the Fed.
By Shobhana Chandra, Bloomberg | July 11, 2013
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly increased to a two-month high last week. Swings in jobless applications are typical in July as auto plants close for annual retooling.
By Ben Moshinsky | May 20, 2013
The top U.K. markets regulator criticized a European Union cap on banker bonuses as the bloc’s banking watchdog prepares to expand the limits.
By Gonzalo Vina | May 18, 2013
An independent Scotland would have a banking system too big to save in the event of a crisis, the U.K. Treasury said.
By Natalie Weeks, Georgios Georgiou and Tom Stoukas, Bloomberg | March 29, 2013
Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades vowed to keep his country in the euro as Cypriots adapted to a second day of restrictions on their use of the common currency to prevent a financial collapse.
By Shobhana Chandra, Bloomberg | October 18, 2012
More Americans than forecast filed applications for unemployment benefits last week, reflecting an unwinding of adjustments for seasonal swings at the start of a quarter.