""The concept of closing the doors to immigrants is repugnant to the concept of America.""
Governor of New York
""Russia I think could initiate hostilities sooner than we expect.""
General Sir Nick Carter
Chief of the General Staff, British Army
""These are useful skills in life, because you never know what you can expect.""
Student, Yevpatoria School
""There are still too many people who are left out of that recovery and acceleration of growth.""
IMF Managing Director
"Give up attempts to solve the existing problems by force."
Russian Foreign Minister
""Inequality is not inevitable, it's not like the weather. It's a policy choice.""
Oxfam’s head of policy on inequality.
""It's unbecoming for a cardinal to ski badly.""
Pope John Paul II
""The sheer scale of the challenges our world faces makes concerted, collaborative and integrated action more essential than ever.""
Professor Klaus Schwab
Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum
Business Middle East
Five of the world’s biggest banks will pay nearly five billion euros to US and British authorities for manipulating foreign exchange rates.
The Turkish lira fell to its weakest since the end of January, down almost five percent against the dollar. It comes as emerging markets popularity
Luxury fashion brand Burberry is blaming adverse changes in foreign exchange rates for a big part of its reduced earnings.
In the latest banking scandal five leading banks have been fined after it was found some foreign currency dealers had broken the rules for years by
Companies exposed to Hong Kong underperformed weaker European stocks as civil unrest in the Chinese city hit banks like HSBC, Citigroup and Standard
European financial markets operator Euronext has unveiled plans to raise up to 1.16 billion euros in an initial public of shares.
The IPO will
The international markets pronounced their verdict on the rising tensions in Ukraine on Monday by selling off the rouble and Russian stocks.
Investors in emerging economies – particularly Asia – remain jittery amid turmoil in their stock exchanges and as currency values tumble.
Investors have become wary of Spain’s financial health again, forcing the government to pay ever more to borrow money.
Ten year bonds went above 6
Shares in UniCredit slumped again on Monday— so much that they were briefly suspended from trading on the Milan Stock Exchange — as Italy’s biggest