Central banks turn page on crisis-era policy
The US Federal Reserve is leading the way as central banks around the world try to tighten monetary policy, and ease into a new normal. Kate Moody asks Panmure Gordon Chief Economist Simon French whether the Fed's slow-but-steady approach is working.
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Portugal's Finance Minister Mario Centeno is taking the helm of Europe's financial future. We take a look at the challenges ahead for the newly elected Eurogroup president.
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