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December 12, 2014
...European Central Bank’s formation, ensuring it took from the Bundesbank its focus on price stability and that each rate-setter had a single vote regardless of where they were from — a decision he was to rue in later life. Born into poverty in Hanover...Claire Jones
December 12, 2014
...to “very loud, very stimulating rock music”. When asked what her next goals will be, Robinson says she is not a goal setter. “Breakthroughs happen by accident. They are unexpected and you capitalise on them. They are impossible to spot.” Women...Ruth Sullivan
December 1, 2014
...commodities per unit of GDP (eg, an improving US versus a slowing China that recently has played the role of a marginal price setter for several commodities). Yet even such individualised reasoning will be challenged should the divergences of recent months...Mohamed El-Erian
November 14, 2014
...collection she co-founded with Shon Randhawa, an Indian fashion entrepreneur, as a “luxe-bohemian label for the modern jet setter”, and the clothes as a hybrid of “things that were missing in my wardrobe; the type of clothes you might discover in...Jo Ellison
November 13, 2014
For a scene-setter, take a glance at the intro to Thursday’s Markets Live transcript. Basically, Spruce Point, a shorting specialist run by...Paul Murphy
November 7, 2014
...much more than the struggling teams on the grid. The Oxfordshire-based team has done two things right. It chose F1 pace-setter Mercedes as supplier of the new hybrid turbo engines and it has sealed sponsorship deals, notably with Martini. It also recruited...Roger Blitz – Leisure Industries Correspondent
November 6, 2014
...with them all. Many of these devices are not yet on sale. The Apple Watch, expected early next year, is emerging as a pace setter by promising to combine style with apps and features ranging from health to communication, albeit for a premium price starting...Tim Bradshaw
October 5, 2014
...of available asset tranches, and will consider paper with a credit rating as low as BBB-. By adopting the role of a price setter in the market, it hopes to induce the creation of vastly more ABS assets than we have seen until now, thus solving the problem...Gavyn Davies
August 25, 2014
...all be clobbered by a slump in demand for the base metals and other commodity exports for which China is the world’s price setter. The size of China’s property boom – and therefore the fallout from any crash – is awe-inspiring. In just two years...
August 12, 2014
...fault of the relevant international standards. For example, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), the global standard-setter for anti-money laundering and counter- terrorism financing, gives financial institutions flexibility in conducting their risk...