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The Swiss National Bank’s introduction of negative interest rates weakened the franc on Thursday, as policy makers sought toMichael Hunter
Russian President Vladimir Putin gives his annual press conference on Thursday as his government and the central bankJohn Aglionby
An “asset return tree” (really), from Credit Suisse: Do click to enlarge. Or, if you want a more lyric version, do check outDavid Keohane
At first glance, the Kurdish border town of Baneh is anything but prosperous. Houses are shabby, roads are narrow andNajmeh Bozorgmehr in Baneh
Olam’s purchase of Archer Daniels Midland’s cocoa processing business announced this week catapults the company into theEmiko Terazono
Switzerland’s central bank has introduced a negative interest rate on deposit accounts in a dramatic move aimed at easingJames Shotter in Zürich
Chinese local brands are having a tough time. Bad timing for Daimler joint venture partner BAIC (which also has a jointLucy Colback
The collapse in crude oil prices has been accompanied by a parallel plunge in byproducts of the US shale drilling boom,Gregory Meyer in New York
The rouble strengthened further on Thursday ahead of president Vladimir Putin’s annual press conference in which he isJack Farchy and Kathrin Hille in Moscow and John Aglionby in London
From the SNB, click through for the full thing: Timing is a bit odd no? Worried about all them roubles perhaps?ADavid Keohane
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