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UK house prices edge up, London falls again – Nationwide

LONDON (Reuters) – British house prices picked up only a little bit of speed this month as the approach of Brexit weighed on the housing market, data from mortgage lender Nationwide showed on Friday. FILE PHOTO: A row of houses Read more ›

China’s services activity quickens in March: official PMI

FILE PHOTO – A waiter prepares a table for service at Haidilao’s new artificial intelligence hotpot restaurant in Beijing, China, November 14, 2018. REUTERS/Jason Lee/File Photo BEIJING (Reuters) – Growth in China’s services industry quickened in March, an official survey Read more ›

S.Korea c.bank chief says may change policy course if ‘recovery sentiment’ worsens

SEOUL, March 25 (Reuters) – South Korea’s central bank chief on Monday said the bank may change its current cautious stance on monetary policy should “recovery sentiment” worsen significantly, signaling it could ease policies if needed. “We can think about Read more ›

BOJ must take into account side-effects of easy policy – regional bank head

TOKYO, March 13 (Reuters) – Risks surrounding Japan’s economy are heightening but the central bank must take into account the side-effects of its ultra-loose monetary policy, the head of the country’s regional bank lobby said on Wednesday. “The BOJ said Read more ›

British banks’ new disputes service too limited, MPs say

LONDON (Reuters) – Big British banks have been criticised by lawmakers for pressing ahead with plans for a new complaints service for small firms wronged by lenders, which they argue is too soft. FILE PHOTO: The City of London from Read more ›

Nigeria’s Buhari launches re-election bid with corruption still in focus

ABUJA, Nov 18 (Reuters) – Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari launched his manifesto on Sunday, hoping his anti-corruption agenda can win him a second term at a Feb. 16 election. Buhari, a military ruler in the early 1980s, in 2015 became Read more ›

Wells Fargo planning its first post-crisis mortgage bond: Bloomberg

(Reuters) – Wells Fargo & Co (WFC.N) is planning its first post-crisis offering of bonds tied to U.S. home loans without government backing, Bloomberg reported on Thursday citing people familiar with the matter. FILE PHOTO: The sign at a Wells Read more ›

German digital bank N26 launches in Britain, sets sights on U.S.

LONDON (Reuters) – Berlin-based digital bank N26 launched in Britain on Thursday and will open in the United States in the first quarter of next year, its Chief Executive told Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Valentin Stalf, Founder and CEO of the Read more ›

Britain to probe £4.1 billion ‘rip-off’ of telecoms, financial customers

LONDON (Reuters) – Telecoms and financial services companies face an investigation by Britain’s competition regulator after consumer body Citizens Advice complained that customers who do not switch providers were being “ripped off” . A businessman talks on his mobile phone Read more ›

UPDATE 1-Sudan’s central bank to print 100-pound banknotes for first time

(Adds background) KHARTOUM, Sept 30 (Reuters) – Sudan’s central bank will start printing 100 pound bank notes for the first time as it struggles to deal with a liquidity crisis and rampant inflation, state news agency SUNA said on Sunday. Read more ›