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Russia's central bank chief says rouble should remain floating

June 16 (Reuters) - The Russian rouble should remain floating, Central Bank Governor Elvira Nabiullina said on Thursday, adding that policymakers don't believe the currency should be weaker. According to Nabiullina, it is impossible to say that all currency restrictions in Russia will be lifted if Western sanctions remain in place. It is too early
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Russia's inflation may be close to 14% in 2022, central bank head says

June 16 (Reuters) - Russia's inflation rate may come in close to 14% in 2022, the central bank governor said on Thursday. Elvira Nabiullina said the pace of price rises, which surged in March following the imposition of Western sanctions, had fallen faster than the central bank's initial expectations. Speaking at Russia's flagship annual economic f
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Dollar edges up as stocks rally, inflation data eyed

* Euro, dollar little changed to kick off trading week * Sterling rises ahead of Johnson leadership vote * ECB statement, U.S. inflation data due later in the week By Chuck Mikolajczak NEW YORK, June 6 (Reuters) - The dollar advanced modestly on Monday as a boost in risk appetite sent U.S. equities higher and kept gains on the safe haven in check a
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Euro edges higher as risk appetite picks up, focus on ECB meeting

* Euro seen rangebound ahead of ECB policy meeting * Risk appetite supports the common currency * Yen around multi-year lows versus euro and dollar * Chinese yuan just off one month high * Graphic: World FX rates Link By Stefano Rebaudo June 6 (Reuters) - The euro edged higher on Monday as risk appetite picked up while investors awaited a European
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Euro edges higher as risk appetite picks up, focus on ECB meeting

* Euro higher with investors focused on ECB policy meeting * Yen around multi-year lows versus euro and dollar * Chinese yuan around one month high * Graphic: World FX rates Link By Stefano Rebaudo June 6 (Reuters) - The euro edged higher on Monday as risk appetite picked up while investors awaited a European Central Bank (ECB) policy meeting later
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Dollar advances as U.S. job growth tops expectations

* U.S. dollar index up 0.2% * Upbeat jobs data supports case for continued Fed tightening (Updates to U.S. afternoon) By Saqib Iqbal Ahmed and Stefano Rebaudo NEW YORK, June 3 (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar rose against a basket of currencies on Friday after a better-than-expected U.S. employment report pointed to a tight labor market that could keep
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Dollar higher after U.S. job growth tops expectations

* U.S. dollar index up 0.2% * Upbeat jobs data supports case for continued Fed tightening By Saqib Iqbal Ahmed and Stefano Rebaudo NEW YORK, June 3 (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar edged higher against a basket of currencies on Friday, after a better-than-expected U.S. employment report pointed to a tight labor market that could lead the Federal Reserve
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Stocks erase gains as strong U.S. data fuels hawkish Fed bets

By Susan Mathew June 3 (Reuters) - Emerging market stocks gave up gains on Friday after strong U.S. jobs data strengthened the case for the Federal Reserve to stay aggressive with monetary policy. MSCI's index of emerging market stocks .STOXX which had risen up to 0.5% in the session, was last trading flat. Most Latin American bourses fell between
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Dollar steadies ahead of data, yuan rises in low volume

* Euro flat before U.S. data * Analysts sceptical about further upside for the greenback * Yuan hits one-month high in low volume * Graphic: World FX rates Link By Stefano Rebaudo June 3 (Reuters) - The dollar was little changed on Friday, even as risk appetite picked up ahead of U.S. jobs data. European shares were mostly higher as investors waite
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Dollar edges lower ahead of U.S. job data

* Euro edges lower before U.S. data * Analysts sceptical about further upside for the greenback * Rising risk appetite props up the euro * Graphic: World FX rates Link By Stefano Rebaudo June 3 (Reuters) - The dollar edged lower on Friday as risk appetite picked up ahead of U.S. jobs data later in the day. Equities rose as investors hoped U.S. data
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Retreating dollar lifts currencies, Brazil's real cheers GDP

(Reuters will not be publishing its EMEA-focused emerging market reports on Thursday and Friday on account of UK holidays. Coverage will be resumed on Monday, June 6.) * Mexico's Pemex to launch $2 bln debt swap Thursday -source * Brazil GDP growth picks up as pandemic effects recede * Chile interest rate seen rising to 9% in June- cenbank poll * P
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Retreating dollar lifts currencies, Brazil's real cheers GDP

(Reuters will not be publishing its EMEA-focused emerging market reports on Thursday and Friday on account of UK holidays. Coverage will be resumed on Monday, June 6.) By Susan Mathew June 2 (Reuters) - Most emerging market currencies firmed on Thursday as the dollar weakened, with the Chilean peso hitting over one-month highs, while Brazil's real
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Rate of Russian economic decline in 2022 will be less than forecast -TASS cites minister

May 30 (Reuters) - The rate of Russia's economic decline will be much less in 2022 than forecast, TASS news agency cited Finance Minister Anton Siluanov as saying on Monday. An economy ministry document from April showed that Russia expected the economy to contract by 8.8% in 2022 in its base case scenario, or by 12.4% under a more conservative sce
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Russia sees further reduction of FX sales by export-focused companies - minister

May 26 (Reuters) - Russian Economy Minister Maxim Reshetnikov said on Thursday he expected a further reduction in mandatory forex sales by export-focused companies, the Interfax news agency reported. Russia cut the proportion of foreign currency revenues that exporters must convert into roubles to 50% from 80% earlier this week. Reporting by Reuter
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Strong rouble makes Russian goods uncompetitive, EconMin says - TASS

May 26 (Reuters) - The strong rouble makes Russian goods uncompetitive abroad, Economy Minister Maxim Reshetnikov said on Thursday, adding that Russia is gradually lifting restrictions in the financial sector, state news agency TASS reported. Reshetnikov also said the central bank has room to cut its key interest rate again in June, according to TA
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Russia's c.bank to return to 25 bp policy moves once rates reach single digits

May 26 (Reuters) - Russia's central bank will return to using standard 25-basis-point rate moves once its key interest rate has reached single digits, Governor Elvira Nabiullina said on Thursday after the bank slashed rates by 300 basis points to 11%. The rouble's firming has driven weekly deflation, Nabiullina said, enabling the bank to pursue mon
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Russia's banking system would be isolated if Basel rules abandoned, says c.bank

May 26 (Reuters) - An idea for Russian banks to abandon the Basel rules that set minimum capital requirements for lenders would lead to the self-isolation of the country's banking system, Central Bank Governor Elvira Nabiullina said on Thursday. Nabiullina told a banking conference in Moscow that Russian banks have enough collateral to get loans. R
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Russia should separate local, non-resident Eurobond payments, says Nabiullina

May 26 (Reuters) - Central Bank Governor Elvira Nabiullina on Thursday said Russia should separate Eurobond payments for local and non-resident bondholders, as the possibility that Russia may default on its sovereign debt edges closer. Shortly after the central bank slashed its key rate to 11%, Nabiullina told a banking forum that lenders should co
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Strong rouble's disinflationary support is significant, but temporary - Nabiullina

May 26 (Reuters) - Russia's strong rouble has provided significant, but temporary disinflationary support, Central Bank Governor Elvira Nabiullina said on Thursday after the bank slashed rates to 11% and held open the prospect of further cuts at upcoming meetings. Nabiullina, speaking at a banking forum in Moscow, said the bank, which hiked rates t
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Russia cuts mandatory FX conversion level for exporters to 50%

May 23 (Reuters) - Russia is cutting the proportion of foreign currency revenues that exporters must convert into roubles to 50% from 80%, the finance ministry said on Monday, after the policy contributed to steep gains in the local currency. Despite an economic crisis prompted by the conflict in Ukraine, the rouble has surged about 30% against the
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