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By Otmane El Rhazi: Analysis of the central banks on their race to reduce interest  rates, fight deflation and revive growth.
India's central bank cut its main interest rate from 7.75% to 7.5% today, a sign of approval for the government's recent budget. Just this week the government announced that it would join the central bank in setting a target for inflation. Is India on a more even keel? http://econ.st/1DTEMHq
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Why Silver Prices Will Soft In 2014. The case for holding physical assets in a rising interest rate environment, and in an improving global economy, will continue to be undermined.
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The UK's Ministry of Defence says it is 3-5 years away from developing a "quantum compass" that could one day replace GPS: http://on.ft.com/1v9XxTa

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“Lean against the instinctive reactions people have in a normal crisis" http://on.ft.com/1gsoM7D

Tim Geithner, the former US Treasury secretary has lunch with the FT and talks about future risks, crisis management, mistakes and misperceptions.
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Nice sunshine video. Looking forward for the heath from this summer.
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Happy working week.
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America's allies are nervous. With Russia grabbing territory, China bullying its neighbours and Syria murdering its people, many are asking: where is Globocop? Under what circumstances will America act to deter troublemakers? What, ultimately, would America fight for? The answer to this question matters http://econ.st/PXISJZ
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The modern high street can give an overwhelming sense of déjà vu. Tourists traipsing along a half-mile stretch of 23rd Street in New York pass five Starbucks outlets. The crush of chain stores frustrates those who like one-off boutiques. Economists fret for another reason: firms may be cramming markets in order to keep rivals out http://econ.st/1n5SgKn
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