For more targeted results combine or exclude search terms by applying the Boolean Operators AND, OR and AND NOT. Place quotations around your search term to find documents that contain that exact phrase
Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has announced a host of measures to boost the country's economic growth, including 70,000 crore rupees (almost $10 billion) for public sector banks, Livemint reported Aug. 23.
A transition is underway as digital currencies move slowly into the mainstream. Some case studies offer clues where the shift is headed and what threats bitcoin, Libra and other systems might pose or what benefits they might bring.
U.S. President Donald Trump has spoken to Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in separate phone conversations, urging both leaders to exercise restraint amid renewed tensions in Kashmir, Reuters reported Aug. 19.
U.S. Representative Rashida Tlaib has canceled her trip to Israel after the country's government accepted an initial petition for her to enter the country on humanitarian grounds to visit family in the West Bank, Haaretz reported Aug. 16.
The European Central Bank (ECB) will announce a new stimulus package at its monetary policy meeting next month, Finnish central bank head Olli Rehn told the Wall Street Journal in an interview on Aug. 15.
Recent cross-border fire along the Line of Control in Kashmir killed three Pakistani and five Indian soldiers, according to an Aug. 15 tweet by Pakistani army spokesman Maj. Gen. Asif Ghafoor, although a spokesperson for the Indian army later denied that its forces suffered any casualties.
The success of the Libra -- and potentially the entire cryptocurrency market -- will hinge on its creator's ability to convince regulators that it's more trustworthy than Facebook and more stable than Bitcoin.
Even in legitimate democracies, populist-nationalist leaders seem to have an extraordinary ability to defy constraints. But in testing the geopolitical integrity of their states, their impact will be felt long after they're gone.
President Mauricio Macri has announced several measures meant to soften the impact of Argentina's economic crisis, including freezing gasoline prices, increasing welfare subsidies and reducing income taxes, Reuters reported Aug. 14.