Russia’s central bank cut its key interest rate by one percentage point to 14%, as concerns over inflation recede.
After another week of sniping and criticism, experts question whether relations between Greece, the euro zone and its creditors are salvageable.
Italy is heading in the right direction, but structural reforms and stimulus need to go “deeper.”
Russia’s central bank cut its main interest rate once again on Friday, in a further effort to stimulate the country’s sanctions-hit economy.
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One of the largest care providers in the UK has not been paying its staff the minimum wage, says an internal company document.
The problem with quantitative easing is that if businesses fail to borrow cash to stimulate growth, the policy’s impact dims, says a Nomura economist.
Edinburgh’s five-star Balmoral Hotel is to serve Scotland’s first cup of homegrown tea – from a plantation in Perthshire.
Plans for a new stadium in Cornwall are in jeopardy after councillors defer a decision on a supermarket which would have paid for it.
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