Economy

The Japanese yen rose on Thursday after the Bank of Japan kept interest rates unchanged, while the dollar struggled to climb after the Federal Reserve gave mixed signals on the future easing path. On the other hand, the focus is on the Norwegian krone as the central bank meets
The next few days will see a slight rise in fuel prices in the Netherlands as a result of the attack on oil installations in Saudi Arabia. The attack on Saudi oil installations, the source of global oil production, has led to a rapid rise in fuel prices which
The US dollar received significant support on Tuesday, as investors sold the Australian dollar heavily, following a tendency to ease on the part of the central bank. Oil prices retreated from touching highs on Monday, and the yen and the Swiss franc gave up gains driven by the unwind
LONDON (Reuters) - Oil closed up nearly 15 percent on Monday, with Brent making its biggest jump in more than 30 years in record volumes. Brent crude futures were set at $ 69.02 a barrel, up $ 8.80, or 14.6 percent, in the biggest one-day percentage increase since at
ROME (Reuters) - Major European Union states on Saturday ignored Italy's call for reform of EU budget rules, an early setback for the pro-European government in Rome. The ministers of finance and the bloc's economy discussed at an informal meeting in Helsinki a proposed amendment to the EU regulations
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