World Bank strongly supports the governance reform of the state-owned banks (SOBs), which is an essential step in improving the performance of Ukraine’s banking system and its overall economy.
‘I thought I would have so much time to read and write, but actually I spend a lot of time chopping wood, clearing ditches and repairing my road’, says British novelist Will Dean.
The world’s headlong dash to zero or negative interest rates just passed another milestone: A bank in Denmark is paying homebuyers to take out mortgages.
Isaac and Bless Boahen saved for months to fund her economics doctorate, but when the time came to cash in the investment, they were left empty handed.
Treasuries investors are casting a wary eye abroad after a barrage of sloppy overseas data roiled the world’s biggest bond market.
The man running Carlsberg A/S says he won’t be “seduced” by negative interest rates as others take advantage of historically cheap credit to pay for expansion.
Australia’s securities regulator plans to hire more investigators and lawyers over the next year as it steps up enforcement through the courts, Deputy Chairman Daniel Crennan said.
China’s banking and intellectual property regulators have decided to jointly boost the use of intellectual property (IP) as a financing tool to support the development of innovative enterprises.
Hong Kong democracy activists are hoping to get out a huge crowd later Sunday in a bid to show the city’s leaders that their protest movement remains defiant despite increasingly stark warnings from Beijing.
All eyes will be on a small resort in Wyoming this week, where Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell will speak for the first time since bond markets hit the recession alarm bells.