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Strengthening dollar, crude oil and commodity prices, coupled with a downfall in foreign investors’ sentiment, has led to a slowdown in the growth of India’s foreign exchange reserves. According...

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HONG KONG—Metals used to back financing deals in China are finding new homes across Southeast Asia following a scandal last year at one of the country’s main commodity warehouses. So-called metals-backed...

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The efforts of US universities to educate the population with free online courses has inspired private businesses to do the same – and in the process, improve financial literacy among the nation’s...

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Russia’s central bank will meet with representatives from the country’s financial markets to discuss bitcoin regulation next week, a local news source claims. Izvestia, a prominent Moscow-based...

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Two years after leaving school, students default on their federal loans at a rate of 9.1%, according to a 2013 report by the New York Federal Reserve. That figure jumps to 13.4% at the three-year mark. Pulitzer...

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