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Hike or pause? Eurozone interest rate setters face a tough call

ECB hikes rates again, maybe for last time

The European Central Bank hiked a key interest rate to a record high Thursday as it battles stubbornly high inflation but indicated that its historic hiking cycle may be at an end.
Workers in professions associated with criminalisation -- such as sex work -- often complain that banks discriminate against them despite their income being legal

'Stigmatised': Sex workers join criticism of UK banks

London-based sex worker Marin Scarlett and right-wing populist Nigel Farage might initially appear unlikely campaigning allies, but when it comes to the pitfalls of banking in Britain they share a common cause.
NatWest CEO Alison Rose has admitting making 'an error of judgment' in discussing Nigel Farage's relationship with the bank

UK bank NatWest CEO resigns after Farage 'error'

The chief executive of Britain's NatWest bank, Alison Rose, stepped down Wednesday after admitting a "serious error of judgment" in speaking to a reporter about the banking affairs of arch-Brexiteer Nigel Farage.
The ECB has stressed it would not attempt to control how people use the digital currency

EU to take one giant leap towards digital Euro

The EU will take the next crucial step on Wednesday towards launching a digital version of the euro, a controversial project that has come under attack from the public, politicians and banks before it even exists.