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Today in History

Daily Advance 30 Nov 2021
Today is Tuesday, Nov. 30, the 334th day of 2021. There are 31 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History ... The central banks of the wealthiest countries, trying to prevent a debt crisis in Europe from exploding into a global panic, swept in to shore up the world financial system by making it easier for banks to borrow American dollars ... .
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Today in History — Nov. 30

The Post-Star 30 Nov 2021
Queensbury woman used victim's bank card to steal over $12,500 Official ... The central banks of the wealthiest countries, trying to prevent a debt crisis in Europe from exploding into a global panic, swept in to shore up the world financial system by making it easier for banks to borrow American dollars.
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This Day in History

The Daily Journal - San Mateo 30 Nov 2021
... aimed at reducing nuclear weapons in Europe ... The central banks of the wealthiest countries, trying to prevent a debt crisis in Europe from exploding into a global panic, swept in to shore up the world financial system by making it easier for banks to borrow American dollars.
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Today in History: Today is Tuesday, Nov. 30

Kingsport Times-News 30 Nov 2021
... aimed at reducing nuclear weapons in Europe ... The central banks of the wealthiest countries, trying to prevent a debt crisis in Europe from exploding into a global panic, swept in to shore up the world financial system by making it easier for banks to borrow American dollars.
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Earnings revival, deleveraging, wider ownership to cushion equities: ICICI Bank's B Prasanna

The Times of India 29 Nov 2021
In these uncertain times, ICICI Bank ... On the other hand, given the rising risk of renewed pandemic scare in Europe, the European Central Bank continues to be relatively dovish ... What are your expectations from the policy? Do you think the apex bank is in sync with other central banks when it comes to normalizing ultra-loose policy?.
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LIVE MARKETS STOXX eyes best day since mid-October

Reuters 29 Nov 2021
After their ninth biggest drop ever on Friday, gains in crude prices topped 5% earlier in Asia and stock futures point to a solid bounce across Europe and America ... Lots of speakers from the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank are lined up for today ... Kenya central bank meets; Turkey trade balance and bank NPL ratios ... EUROPE.
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ECB puts on brave face as new virus variant spreads

RTE 29 Nov 2021
European Central Bank policymakers have sought to reassure investors rattled by a new variant of the coronavirus, arguing that the euro zone's economy had learned to cope with successive waves of the pandemic ... It could also jeopardise plans by the ECB and other global central banks to dial back emergency support after nearly two years.
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Prepare for further interest rate increases

Independent online (SA) 29 Nov 2021
Bond originators, banks and attorneys were negotiating 100% bonds, so naturally the rental market took a hit as people saw an opportunity to buy ... Central banks in Europe, the US and UK have all experienced pressure to increase rates, and the world is watching the US particularly to see how their rates will rise, and what the knock-on effect will be.
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Bank of France official: Existing regulatory frameworks ‘constrained’ by DeFi characteristics

The Block 28 Nov 2021
A senior official for France's central bank said earlier this month that regulators in Europe need to more directly supervise decentralized finance (DeFi) ... France's central bank is also a participant in the long-term project to potentially introduce a digital euro, an initiative being spearheaded by the European Central Bank.
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Supply shortages are easing in U.S. and worsening in Europe

Union Leader 28 Nov 2021
— but it’s still getting worse in Europe ... There’s one shred of relief for inflation hawks at the European Central Bank ... Still, the orders-to-inventory ratio at Europe’s factories and shops continues to rise ... Still, all these central banks face a similar risk.
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European stocks plunge on new COVID-19 variant concerns

Xinhua 27 Nov 2021
The new variant may also cause further supply chain disruptions and may send inflation surging across Europe, putting yet more pressure on the European central banks' monetary policy decisions ... Shearing thought the variant is likely to put central banks in the dilemma of choosing between recovery and inflation.
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Biden faces new pressure from climate groups after Powell pick

The Hill 27 Nov 2021
One name progressives kept returning to was Sarah Bloom Raskin, a former Board member and deputy Treasury secretary under Obama who has been outspoken about the need to prepare the financial system for climate shocks before they become overwhelming — a process already well underway at the central banks in Europe and the United Kingdom.
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Brazil central bank chief expects inflation to peak soon, recede next year

Reuters 26 Nov 2021
The last central bank Focus survey showed estimates of 0.7% GDP growth next year. Campos Neto said the central bank was worried about the current COVID situation in Europe, the new African variant and its impact on the global economy.Register now for FREE unlimited access to reuters.com.
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Roundup: European stocks plunge on new COVID-19 variant concerns

China.dot.org 26 Nov 2021
The new variant may also cause further supply chain disruptions and may send inflation surging across Europe, putting yet more pressure on the European central banks' monetary policy decisions ... Shearing thought the variant is likely to put central banks in the dilemma of choosing between recovery and inflation.
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Yen rallies, rand sinks as new COVID variant spurs flight to safety

Metro USA 26 Nov 2021
Traders have ramped up bets that an increasingly hawkish Federal Reserve will lift rates by the middle of next year, while central banks in Europe, Japan and elsewhere stick to more dovish stances ... adding that the central bank stands ready to ramp it up further if necessary.
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