Central bank signals future increases in borrowing costs could be made in smaller steps
The Federal Reserve chair is a political centrist who has been nominated to prominent jobs at central bank by President Biden, and ex-presidents Obama and Trump
The offering to individual subscribers in its first tranche which will comprise of 10 per cent of its shares starts on November 10
This is the latest in a string of poor quarterly results from some of the stock exchange's most widely-owned companies, and underscores deep worries
Net interest income surged 37 per cent on an 'improved loan & deposit mix' due to higher interest 'feeding through to margins' and 'strong new lending growth'
The currency has lost 11 per cent since January 2022, and could weaken further due to rising crude oil prices
The gain was supported by a rise in institutional and individual investors on the exchange, a trading uptick on ADX’s fast-growing ETF market, new listings and the introduction of an index created in partnership with FTSE Russell