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IMF says global economy at risk, calls for bold action

The Fund this week cut its 2014 global growth forecast to 3.3 per cent from 3.4 per cent.


RBI eases norms for equity issues under FDI

The guidelines allow issuance of shares subject to certain conditions like entry route, sectoral cap, pricing guidelines and compliance with the applicable tax laws.

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ECB surprises with rate cut, new stimulus plan

Chief monetary authority for the 18 countries that use the euro cut its benchmark interest rate from 0.15 to 0.05 per cent, a new record low.

European Central Bank getting closer to Fed-style stimulus measures

To begin with, the ECB faces technical and practical challenges that other major central banks don’t have.


Saeed Ajmal seeks reply from ECB on Stuart Broad tweets

England seamer Stuart Broad can be punished if his comments impinge upon a fellow player.


ECB charge Lou Vincent, Naved Arif of fixing

Vincent has been charged with 14 offences that he has said to have committed in two reported ‘fix’ games.


Paul Farbrace named England assistant coach

Former Sri Lanka coach Farbrace will work alongside new director of cricket Peter Moores.


Peter Moores returns as England coach

Moores succeeds Zimbabwean Andy Flower who stepped down after five years in charge following the whitewash Down Under.


Five years, full circle: Peter Moores set to be England coach again

Peter Moores lost the job in January 2009 just before the team were due to head to the West Indies.


Jonathan Trott stands down again after stress relapse

Jonathan Trott has played in 49 Tests for England, scoring nine centuries and 18 half-centuries.


Jonathan Trott stands down again after relapse of stress problems

Trott left England’s Ashes tour of Australia in November after the first test in Brisbane due to a stress-related illness.

ECB leaves rates on hold despite inflation worries

Data released on Monday showed the annual inflation rate across the eurozone dropped to 0.5 per cent in March — down from 0.7 per cent in February.

HDFC raises $300 mn ECB for low-cost housing

SBI and SMBC are the original mandated lead arrangers and book runners, while the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ and DBS Bank Ltd are mandated lead arrangers.

India contributes and BCCI is cynically reaping benefits: Mani

Mani, ICC president from 2003 to 2006, has described the process as flawed and contrary to the spirit of the game.


ICC board passes controversial reform plan

The reform plan also provides enhanced support for the leading Associate Members.


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