China’s economic growth fell to 6.9 per cent for 2015, the slowest rate in 25 years

(...), because in the last few years the European Central Bank had actively targeted weaker exchange rates to(...)

The reduced payout places the engineer alongside UK companies including grocers Tesco and J Sainsbury and platinum-miner Anglo American that have slashed dividends

(...). Underlying profit for last year fell 12 per cent at constant exchange rates to £1.43 billion ($2.07 billion(...)

A trader on the NYSE. The main worry is another recession. All we know is that a slowdown is certain but what is utterly unknown is how many months or years that calamity lies in the future. It has become a cliché to repeat Nobel Laureate Paul Samuelson’s joke that markets predict nine out of five recessions.

(...) global growth is not the same as a recession. Rates Is the policy locker is empty? Surely interest(...)

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(...) exposes SMEs to the unpredictable foreign exchange market, and its fluctuating rates; a scenario that will(...)

Spot gold jumped as much as 3.6 per cent to $1,240.90 an ounce,

(...) central banks’ solution (is) negative interest rates or at least not raising rates - and that is gold(...)

 A trader looks up at the board displaying the  course of the DAX stock market index  in Frankfurt

(...)-rated government bonds and dumping US dollars on bets the Federal Reserve could be done with raising interest rates(...)

Fed chairwoman Janet Yellen:   cautious assessment and emphasis on global risks marked a contrast to the more optimistic tone in December, when she hailed the Fed’s decision to raise rates. Photograph: Jim Lo Scalzo/EPA

(...)-term interest rates and oil prices provide some offset,” she said in a statement to the House financial services(...)

A specialist trader looks at his screen on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

(...) the energy sector and continued low or negative interest rates, has been the worst performer in the(...)

Back in 2006, Irish consumers had a staggering 14 current account providers to choose from but today those options have reduced to six

(...) earning fees from merchants every time you use your card. Through an app, you can exchange currencies at(...)

Ann Rudden: “The switch to smaller products was more labour intensive but it kept us in business.” Photograph: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

(...).” However, a change in exchange rates hit UK sales while the economic downturn at home had a devastating(...)