Greece: Back in Crisis
The pound may gain support next week as the extent of pessimism priced in has made the U.K. currency less sensitive to bad news, according to Michael Sneyd, a foreign-exchange strategist at BNP Paribas SA in London.
Investors in euro-area bonds may feel bolder next week. A report is forecast to confirm consumer prices fell in September, which would help turn the tables after fixed-income was pushed aside by a stock-market rally.
Taiwan needs to continue with its current cross-strait policy to maintain good relations with China, Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou said in a speech posted on the Presidential Office website.
Japan has objected to a decision by Unesco to add Chinese documents on the Nanjing massacre to its Memory of the World register.
A rough stretch for the dollar may be about to get worse.
Russia’s government is said to be weighing unprecedented and unpopular steps that it says will revive growth, including increasing the retirement age and raising taxes on the rich, following the 2018 presidential election, according to a senior administration official.
Deutsche Bank AG hired Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc’s Angela Potter to develop the bank’s trade finance activities around the world, according to an internal memo seen by Bloomberg.
Vladimir Putin’s air strikes in Syria may divide European Union governments over sanctions against Russia, an EU diplomat said, making it harder to prolong the penalties when they come up for review in the coming three months.
Barclays Plc appointed Ben Davey chief strategy officer of the investment bank in London, according to an internal memo seen by Bloomberg, as Britain’s second-largest lender seeks to bolster returns at the unit.
Russia’s military action in Syria is evidence that President Vladimir Putin’s hold on leadership is eroding, President Barack Obama said in an interview with "60 Minutes."
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