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On Thursday, leaders of G20 major economies pledged to pump more than $ 5 trillion into the global economy to reduce job losses and income from the Coronavirus and do whatever was
By Reuters : Asian stocks hardly budged on Monday on the first day of a new quarter while expectations of credit tightening by the world's major central banks kept global bond markets under pressure.
By Reuters : The dollar extended its losses on Friday as major central banks signalled that the era of cheap money was coming to an end in a boon to sterling, the euro and the Canadian dollar, while Asian shares were hit by dismal performances of European and U.S. markets.
By CNBC : A slightly more hawkish tone from Bank of England (BOE) Governor Mark Carney on Wednesday has prompted the U.K. currency to move back above the psychologically critical $1.30 mark in Thursday's session.
By Reuters : The top U.S. Senate Republican struggled on Wednesday to salvage major healthcare legislation sought by President Donald Trump, meeting privately with a parade of skeptical senators as critics within the party urged substantial changes.
By Reuters : The dollar shuddered to its lows for the year on Thursday as a drumbeat of hawkish comments from major central banks signaled the era of easy money might be coming to an end for more than just the United States.
By Reuters : Wall Street was higher in late morning trading on Wednesday as financial and consumer stocks led a broad rally among the major sectors.
By Reuters : Oil edged lower toward $47 a barrel on Wednesday after an industry report said U.S. inventories increased, reviving concerns that a three-year supply glut is far from over.
By Reuters : Asian shares slumped on Wednesday after Wall Street was knocked hard in the wake of a delay to a U.S. healthcare reform vote, while the euro rallied after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi hinted that the ECB could trim its stimulus this year.
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