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Currency market calls win for Clinton over Trump as Mexican peso rises

If the Mexican peso is any indication, the foreign exchange market seems pretty sure Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton beat her opponent.


Yen could surge if Trump wins debate

Some currency strategists expect the Japanese yen to gain ground against the dollar if Donald Trump comes out ahead in tonight's presidential debate.


Market decided that Trump will lose tonight's debate: Pro

David Woo, global head of Rates and FX at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, looks at the market is "trading as though the upcoming U.S. election is a non-event."


Russia will raise $7 billion in global debt markets in 2017: Finance Minister

Russia plans to raise $7 billion in the international debt markets next year, taking advantage of strong demand, the finance minister told CNBC.


Don’t bank on oil freeze boosting prices, warns Russian finance minister

A touted oil production freeze by Saudi Arabia might not be enough to boost crude prices, even if it goes ahead, the Russian finance minister told CNBC.


First for Indian ETF as it makes its international debut

Indian asset manager Zyfin Holdings has launched the first Indian equity ETF ever to be listed outside its home country, listing it on the LSE and Deutsche Boerse.


Bank of Japan criticized for behaving like ‘control freaks’

Changes to the Bank of Japan’s monetary stimulus program are being criticized by some who say the bank's members are behaving like “control freaks”.


Here's why Japan's fiscal policy won't work...

Jim McCaughan, Principal Global Investors, and Drew Matus, UBS, weigh in on Japan's monetary policy change.


Central banks in focus: Pro

Chris Rupkey, MUFG Union Bank, explains how the Bank of Japan adjusted its monetary policy, and shares his thoughts on the likely outcome from today's FOMC meeting.


Bank of Japan modifies monetary policy

Japan's central bank changed its focus to target interest rates in an attempt to reach its inflation goal, reports CNBC's Akiko Fujita.