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13 Sep

If markets stay calm, BOJ may hold fire despite ECB's loosening - [Japan]

13 Sep

Fed Shouldn't Have Raised Rates as Much as It Did, Dartmouth's Blanchflower Says - [Global]

13 Sep

Marathon's Richards Sees Bad Debt as Best Opportunity in Europe - [European Union]

13 Sep

Italy calls for looser EU fiscal policy to spur green investment - [Italy]

13 Sep

ECB’s Newest Policy Maker Says Latest Stimulus May Be a Mistake - [Austria]

13 Sep

Gov’t to cut public debt, expenditure as budget preparation kicks off - [Kenya]

13 Sep

Draghi Faced Unprecedented ECB Revolt as Core Europe Resisted QE - [European Union]

13 Sep

SocGen notes value of Greek bonds - [Greece]

13 Sep

Italy calls for looser EU fiscal policy to spur green investment -paper - [Italy]

13 Sep

Greece seeking to pay off expensive chunk of IMF debt early - [Greece]

13 Sep

How Saudi Arabia can protect itself from a US recession - [Saudi Arabia]

13 Sep

U.S. budget deficit widens 18.8 pct - [USA]

13 Sep

Turkey’s central bank cuts rates 325 points in second easing move - [Turkey]

13 Sep

ECB cuts deposit rate, restarts asset purchase program - [European Union]

13 Sep

France calls for EU rules on virtual currencies - [France]

13 Sep

Zimbabwe: High Interest Rates, Mortgage Cancellations Retard Turnall's Debt Plan - [Zimbabwe]

13 Sep

Lebanon still mulling plans for possible dollar debt sale: Minister - [Lebanon]

13 Sep

Democratic Debate Moderators Ask Zero Questions About National Debt - [USA]

13 Sep

Province of Buenos Aires Downgraded To 'CCC' From 'B-' On Rising Risks Of Servicing Debt, Outlook Negative - [Argentina]

13 Sep

State of public finances - [Pakistan]