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The Bank of England cut its benchmark interest rate to 0.5% back in March 2009. Last week’s decision to raise it above this emergency level is a small step back to normal conditions and its durability looks fragile.
The battered Turkish lira isn’t the region’s only currency under pressure from a resurgent greenback.
Hisham Malak, Head of Treasury & Investor Relations at Mubadala Investment Company, details how the treasury department has evolved...
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