Kazakh National Bank Governor Akishev talks about mechanisms behind depreciation of the tenge and central bank’s role in shaping Kazakhstan
Inflation in Kazakhstan reached 12.8% in the end of November. National Bank's Akishev names tenge depreciation the main driver.
British Prime Minister David Cameron is to promise an additional £12 billion to strengthen the defence forces when he unveils a five-year strategic review on Monday.
New York's financial regulator announced another $150 million fine against British bank Barclays over its "misconduct" in foreign exchange services offered to clients.
Japan's economy slipped into recession for the second time since Prime Minister Shinzo Abe came to power nearly three years ago.
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde warned that global energy prices could remain low for years and urged Gulf countries to adjust their budgets.
The EU's economic affairs commissioner, Pierre Moscovici, voiced confidence that Greece would reach a "compromise" with its creditors by the end of the week on remaining reforms demanded under its third bailout.
Commerzbank, Germany's second biggest lender, said that profits were down in the third quarter, but it still planned to pay out a dividend to shareholders for the whole year.
Russia plans to open a $5 billion credit line for Iran to help finance infrastructure projects in the country, officials from both countries said during a visit by Moscow's energy minister.
Germany's biggest lender Deutsche Bank accidentally sent $6 billion to a client after entering the wrong numbers, Bloomberg News reported.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff sprang to the defense of her embattled finance minister, saying she would not be pressured into sacking him.
Scandal-plagued Deutsche Bank, Germany's biggest lender, announced a major business and management shake-up that would "fundamentally change" its leadership structure.
President Vladimir Putin called on the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to lend an additional $3 billion to Ukraine to help the ex-Soviet country pay off its debt to Russia.
The European Commission warned Spain to scale back government overspending that is in violation of EU budget rules or risk an embarrassing reprimand ahead of December elections.
The National Bank of Kazakhstan has revised the base interest rate raising from 12 to 16 percent in order to curb inflation in Kazakhstan.
British finance minister George Osborne is to announce a new cross-party body to reform and speed up planning of major infrastructure projects such as rail links and power stations.
The head of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, does not enjoy paying taxes and made that clear at a conference in Washington.
Germany committed an additional 100 million euros ($113 million) to UN agencies to improve assistance for refugees in their home regions.
The impact of China's economic slowdown on the global economy is bigger than previously thought, the head of the International Monetary Fund said.
Kazakhstan's credit rating remains at BBB with a negative outlook, according to S&P's latest report.
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