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Minister praises pupils, education sector staff for high success rate in school exams

Minister praises pupils, education sector staff for high success rate in school exams

The Ministry of Education and Higher Education announced on Thursday the results of the final examinations for high school for the academic year 2019/2020.

Turkey central bank stuns markets with giant rate hike

Turkey central bank stuns markets with giant rate hike

Turkey's central bank on Thursday surprised markets with a bigger than expected rate hike to battle soaring inflation and boost the lira, prompting the embattled currency to surge in value.

Bank of England seen hiking rate for first time in decade

Bank of England seen hiking rate for first time in decade

The Bank of England, battling Brexit-fuelled inflation rises, is set Thursday to lift its key interest rate for the first time since 2007, according to analysts.

First BoE rate cut since ’09 may come this week

First BoE rate cut since ’09 may come this week

The Bank of England may cut interest rates for the first time since 2009 next week to stabilise

Fed rate hike seems likely in coming months, says QNB

Fed rate hike seems likely in coming months, says QNB

Over the past month, the US Federal Reserve (Fed) has been sending clear signals that an increase in US interest rates

Euro-area inflation rate stays negative as ECB mulls outlook

Euro-area inflation rate stays negative as ECB mulls outlook

Euro-area consumer prices failed to increase for a fourth consecutive month, highlighting policy makers’ struggle ...

Pakistan holds key rate

Pakistan holds key rate

Pakistan’s central bank left interest rates unchanged...

India cuts interest rate to lowest since 2011, but raises reverse repo

India cuts interest rate to lowest since 2011, but raises reverse repo

The Reserve Bank of India cut its policy interest rate by a quarter percentage point on Tuesday, reducing it to a more than five-year low while dangling the prospect of another cut later this year if inflation trends stay benign.