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21pm Bad or non-performing loans of banks have been on the decline over the past three despite a liquidity-laden financial system. I am pleased to share therefore that even with the high level of liquidity in the banking system and our own push
Cyprus (AP) Cyprus' central bank chief has lashed out at media reports suggesting that he agreed to pay an audit firm a fee based on how much bank depositors' money was used to recapitalize lenders as part of the country's financial rescue. Panicos
India (AP) India's new central bank chief has kicked off his first day in office by announcing measures to stabilize the country's troubled economy and tumbling currency. Raghuram Rajan acknowledged he is taking over the Reserve Bank of India at a
Finance Libor Sergio Ermotti, CEO of Swiss bank UBS, gestures during a news conference in Zurich October 30, 2012. UBS unveiled plans on Tuesday to wind down its fixed income business and fire 10,000 bankers, as it adapts to tougher capital rules
India's central bank chief has said "stubborn" inflation remains a major obstacle to growth in India, dimming expectations of an interest rate cut when policymakers meet next week. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) slashed the main interest rate in
00 am Financial experts back Prasarn in his latest battle with Finance Ministry Bank of Thailand Governor Prasarn Trairatvorakul appears fairly comfortable, even though a renewed conflict with the Finance Ministry could culminate in his dismissal. "
National Bank of Serbia (NBS) Dejan oki stated on Tuesday that Serbia's level of foreign-currency reserves is the same as in mid-December of last year. Dejan oki (Tanjug, file) He thus denied media reports about a significant drop in the reserves.
Topics Incoming Bank of Italy chief Ignazio Visco attends the ''World Savings Day'' meeting in Rome October 26, 2011. Italy's central bank governor urged the government on Saturday to rapidly implement planned reforms and take further steps to
His death was confirmed by an official at Guinea-Bissau's embassy in Paris. No immediate cause was given, but Mr. Sanha was known to have diabetes and had been at the hospital for some time. Mr. Sanha had become less known for his work as the
The bank revealed on Tuesday that the employee, who worked in the bank's IT sector and who had subsequently handed himself over to police, had given the information to a lawyer with close links to the right-wing People's Party. "According to the