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Fragile Yen Tests 1998 Low, Sterling Cautiously Steady

The yen floundered near a fresh 24-year low on Thursday, while sterling held onto overnight gains as investors skittishly await an impending deadline for the end of the Bank of England's emergency bond-buying programme.

U.S. To Expel Venezuelan Migrants To Mexico Under Joint Plan

U.S. and Mexican officials have agreed to a plan to curb rising numbers of Venezuelans crossing their shared border that will enable the United States to expel Venezuelans to Mexico while also granting humanitarian access to thousands of them by air.

U.S. To Support Haiti Police And Deliver Aid To Counter Gangs

The United States on Wednesday said it will boost support for the Haitian police as they battle armed gangs and will speed up delivery of aid to a country suffering from crippling shortages of basic goods due to a gang blockade of a key fuel terminal.

G7 Reaffirms Warning Against Excess FX Volatility

Finance leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) advanced economies said on Wednesday they will closely monitor "recent volatility" in markets, and reaffirmed their commitment that excessive exchange-rate moves were undesirable.

Airbus CEO Says 2022 Deliveries May Affect Later Output

The head of European planemaker Airbus on Wednesday reaffirmed a target of delivering a total of 700 aircraft in 2022 - a task he said was necessary to reach a separate monthly production target of 65 narrowbody jets in early 2024.

UK Government: No Spending Cuts, No Reverse On Tax Cuts

Britain's new government said on Wednesday it would not reverse its vast tax cuts or reduce public spending as it sought to stand firm in the face of yet more turmoil in financial markets and concerns over its change in economic policy.

Egypt Seeking To Push Forward Critical IMF Deal In Washington

Egypt is pushing to tie up a crucial financial package from the International Monetary Fund at annual meetings in Washington this week, hoping to stem a currency crisis that has restricted imports and sparked market unease over foreign debt repayments.