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  • ACAPULCO, Mexico, March 22- Mexico's central bank is working to find a way for ride-hailing firm Uber Technologies Inc to participate in a new mobile payments system, the bank's governor said on Friday, building on overtures to e-commerce company Amazon.com Inc.. In an interview, Banco de Mexico Governor Alejandro Diaz de Leon said the bank was seeking to get more...

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    Anton Schutz, Mendon Capital Advisers president and CIO, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss how regional banks could see an impact from yield curve fears.

  • ACAPULCO, Mexico, March 22- Mexico's central bank is working to find a way for ride-hailing giant Uber Technologies Inc to participate in a new mobile payments system, the bank's governor said on Friday. In an interview, Banco de Mexico Governor Alejandro Diaz de Leon said the bank was seeking to get more companies on board with the system aimed at promoting...

  • LONDON, March 22- The Federal Reserve's track record suggests policymakers are likely to cut interest rates during the third quarter of 2019, if signs of a slowdown are confirmed, although cuts could come faster if financial conditions deteriorate. The Federal Open Market Committee normally needs several opportunities to review incoming economic data...

  • BRUSSELS, March 22- The council of European Union leaders on Friday appointed Philip Lane, the current governor of the Irish central bank, to the Executive Board of the European Central Bank, where he is due to serve as Chief Economist, the council said in a statement. Lane's eight-year term begins on June 1. The announcement, which was earlier ratified by the...

  • Traders and financial professionals work ahead of the closing bell on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead at the day's market action.

  • BOGOTA, March 22- Colombia's central bank board is expected to hold the benchmark interest rate steady at 4.25 percent at its meeting on Friday, as inflation hovers just above the bank's long-term goal and moderate economic growth continues. A majority of analysts in a Reuters survey last week said they expect the bank to begin increasing borrowing costs...

  • *Management board paid 55.7 million euros in 2018. FRANKFURT, March 22- Deutsche Bank paid its management board members their first bonuses in four years in 2018, with Christian Sewing's 7 million euro total package making him one of the best paid chief executives in European banking. Deutsche Bank's annual report also revealed that its management board...

  • LONDON, March 22- Core euro zone bond yields struggled to find uplift from the 2-1/ 2 year lows hit on Thursday after the Fed became the second major central bank to adopt a more dovish stance, signalling that central banks are looking to keep monetary conditions easy. European bonds also extended a strong rally which began after the European Central Bank...

  • A general meeting of Deutsche Bank 

    The management board received total pay, including bonuses, of 55.7 million euros ($63.39 million) in 2018, up from 29.8 million euros a year earlier, Deutsche Bank's annual report said.

  • Swedbank's board has continued confidence in the bank's chief executive after seeing the results of an external report into its alleged involvement in money-laundering in the Baltics, the head of the company's board said on Friday.

  • TOKYO, March 22- Japanese government bond yields plunged to their lowest since November 2016 on Friday after the Federal Reserve abruptly abandoned a tightening policy bias, sending U.S. bond yields sharply lower. Ten-year JGB futures gained 0.23 point to 152.96 yen in afternoon trade, with a trading volume of 18,720 lots. Japanese life insurers may shift a part...

  • TOKYO, March 22- Japan's annual core consumer inflation slowed in February as gasoline costs fell for the first time in more than two years, keeping the central bank under pressure to maintain, or even ramp up, stimulus to accelerate price growth to its 2 percent target. The data adds to growing signs that Sino-U.S. trade tensions and slowing global demand are...

  • TOKYO, March 22- Japan's annual core consumer inflation slowed in February as gasoline costs fell for the first time in more than two years, keeping the central bank under pressure to maintain, or even ramp up, stimulus to accelerate price growth to its 2 percent target. The data adds to growing signs that Sino-U.S. trade tensions and slowing global demand are...

  • NEW YORK, March 21- The U.S. The New York Federal Reserve Bank released the data on the borrowing rate on Thursday. In December, the shortage of excess reserves was so acute that it sent borrowing costs soaring in other parts of money markets that Wall Street relies on to fund its trades.

  • NEW YORK, March 21- The U.S. dollar rebounded against a basket of currencies on Thursday, recouping all its losses from the previous session as Brexit-related worries hurt sterling and the euro, helping to take the focus off the surprisingly dovish Federal Reserve. European Union leaders will offer on Thursday to delay Brexit until May 22 at the latest- but only if...

  • BERLIN, March 21- A political rift has emerged in Berlin over whether Germany should put its financial muscle behind a merger of Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank, politicians and officials said, complicating a bid to create Europes third-largest bank and fund it. But a dispute is unfolding between the two political parties who govern Germany in coalition, a row...

  • NEW YORK, March 21- U.S. Treasury yields fell further on Thursday morning, as the bond market continued the rally that began on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve issued a statement showing policymakers foresaw no further rate hikes for 2019 given the slowdown in the American economy. "The Fed has doubled down on its dovish tilt," said Matt Freund, head of...

  • *Fed sees no rate hikes in 2019, financials fall. *Apple boosts tech stocks; Micron leads gains in chipmakers. March 21- Technology shares pushed Wall Street's main indexes higher on Thursday, offseting losses in U.S. lenders after the Federal Reserve decided not to raise interest rates this year.

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