LONDON (Reuters) - Major central banks should press ahead with interest rate increases, the Bank for International Settlements said on Sunday, while recognizing that some turbulence in financial markets will have to be negotiated along the way.
GOLD PRICES on Friday marked the first anniversary of Britain's referendum vote to leave the European Union by trading 0.7% lower from 23 June 2016 in Dollars, 1.1% higher in Euros, and 16.0% higher against the British Pound.
Doug Parker may have been left puzzled, concerned and “not happy” after Qatar Airways revealed its plan to buy up to a 10 per cent stake in American Airlines last week.
A file photo of European Central Bank President Mario Draghi arriving at the ECB Forum in Sintra, Portugal in 2016. Photo: Reuters.
Editor's note: Automated teller machines, better known as ATMs, are turning 50 on June 27. Computer science professor Pradeep Atrey, from the University at Albany, State University of New York, explains the security features and concerns of modern cash ...