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Rajan blast at lenders for sitting on money shows monetary transmission ‘black box’ has broken down
Rosengren urges debate on inflation  (21 April 04:31 am) 
President of Boston Fed says central banks need to debate raising their targets
Not common or in the garden  (20 April 07:46 pm) 
The humble sparrow has been attracting attention in New Delhi, writes Victor Mallet
Republican hopefuls find deep pockets  (21 April 04:31 am) 
Growing number of GOP presidential candidates look to the ‘very rich’ to finance their push
Thai credit binge: now for the hangover  (20 April 06:16 pm) 
Huge Thai household debt leaves country vulnerable to monetary tightening by US Fed
Ranking vulnerability to Fed action  (20 April 06:16 pm) 
Which emerging markets are most exposed ahead of interest rate tightening?
Chinese president launches diplomatic drive amid waning US influence in the country
PBoC’s move to push more money into economy sends Brent crude to near highest level this year
Greek short-term bond yields hit high  (20 April 07:16 pm) 
Government debt due in 2017 at renewed peak for seventh straight session
Polarisation of workforce a growing problem for Park, with unions fearful rights may slip further
Investors must look beyond US assets  (21 April 04:31 am) 
Global diversification should offer better risk-adjusted returns, writes BlackRock’s Russ Koesterich
Week in Review, April 18  (17 April 11:17 pm) 
Indian tax, financial fines, global gym deals and Yahoo
Rodrigo Rato’s latest scandal comes as local election looms
World Bank: Stress test  (17 April 04:45 pm) 
Facing increasing competition and beset by criticism, what next for the institution?
Tata Consultancy beats expectations  (16 April 10:16 pm) 
Indian software outsourcer cites ‘exceptional’ operating margins
Tata Consultancy beats expectations  (20 April 11:34 pm) 
Indian software outsourcer cites ‘exceptional’ operating margins
Co-operation flourishes between countries struggling with international isolation and economic ills
Country’s officials make informal approach to delay repayments of its loans
Mobile payment platforms help boost number of bank accounts in developed world
Greater China shares succumb to profit-taking after rally
Hong Kong’s Hang Seng rallies on stimulus hopes
Hong Kong’s Hang Seng rallies on stimulus hopes
Global property bubble fears mount  (16 April 01:01 am) 
Asset prices rise as ‘wall of capital’ enters riskier real estate markets
Shanghai Composite drops, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng pares gains, and Nikkei is flat
China first quarter GDP slows to 7%  (15 April 09:15 am)