Currencies Correspondent, Financial Times
ft.com — Financial markets are focusing on the potential exit from the expansionary fiscal and monetary measures, low or zero interest rates and quantitative easing that policy makers have relied on to engineer a recovery. Central banks believe they will be
bloomberg.com — Russia rejected a proposal to pin some of the responsibility for ensuring economic expansion on the central bank and may use a weaker ruble to salvage growth and replenish the budget, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said.
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opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com — Some people in New York love the city's new bike-sharing system. Some people really, really do not. One of the latter is Dorothy Rabinowitz, an editorial writer for The Wall Street Journal, who in a five-minute opinion video called "Death by Bicycle" - this is apparently not a parody - charges that bikes are the city's "most important danger" and that Citi Bikes have "begrimed" the city's best neighborhoods.
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