Topic : Finance

  • U.S. dollar notes are seen in this picture illustration taken at the Bank of Taiwan in Taipei Forum Article

    A beginner’s guide to quantitative easing

    We're just about to head into the eighth year of massive, worldwide "quantitative easing," or QE, and there… more

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    Measuring risk in Europe’s banking stress test

    In November 2014, the ECB published its asset quality review (AQR) and comprehensive… more

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    Where are emerging market multinationals investing?

    Emerging market multinationals (EMMs) have become increasingly salient players in… more

  • g20 Forum Article

    Does independence make countries wealthier?

    Secession is in fashion. After decades of strict enforcement during the cold… more

  • A man walks past buildings at the central business district of Singapore Forum Article

    Should bank regulators change their focus?

    At a closed-door conference attended by senior bankers, regulators, and some academics, Federal Reserve… more

  • The word “Bankruptcy” is painted on the side of a building in Detroit, Michigan Forum Article

    What is the cost of recovery in Detroit?

    Earlier this month, we learned that the biggest municipal bankruptcy in history would also be among… more

  • Workers are pictured beneath clocks displaying time zones in various parts of the world at an outsourcing centre in Bangalore Forum Article

    How currency trading works

    Fama (1984) found a positive covariance between interest differentials and currency appreciation against… more

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    Why we need to maintain growth while tackling inequality

    Concerns about inequality are at the forefront of many policy debates today. From speeches by US President… more

  • A man walks past buildings at the central business district of Singapore Forum Article

    The risks and rewards of demergers

    For the global mergers and acquisitions market, 2014 has been a year of strong recovery. According… more

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    What your credit score tells you about your health

    A credit score doesn't just reduce a person's entire financial history down to a single number and somehow… more

  • A man walks past buildings at the central business district of Singapore Forum Article

    3 priorities for central bankers

    The world’s central bankers are certainly in the news these days. Not a week goes by without the Fed, the… more

  • A man walks past buildings at the central business district of Singapore Forum Article

    How should top earners be taxed?

    Recently, public and scientific attention has been drawn to the increasing share of… more

  • g20 Forum Article

    4 strategies for achieving the G20′s growth aims

    G20 Leaders concluded their summit over the weekend in Brisbane, Australia. G20 summits represent the… more

  • regulatefinance Forum Article

    How to improve financial stability

    CoCo issuances have risen strongly year-on-year since the first CoCos were issued in November 2009… more

  • WORKER ADJUSTS EUROPEAN FLAG DURING CELEBRATION IN BRUSSELS Forum Article

    How to revive Europe’s growth engine

    When the International Monetary Fund lowered its global growth forecast for 2014 and 2015 from 3.7% and… more

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    How should Europe carry out quantitative easing?

    As Europe moves closer to deflation, the ECB is gradually inching towards outright… more

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    How to improve student loans

    The US student loan system is unique in age, size, and scope. Since 1958, the US has had some… more

  • Container ship departs Burrard Inlet in Vancouver Forum Article

    The growing threat to global trade

    The Global Crisis provoked a deep drop in trade in 2009. While levels have recovered, the trade-to-GDP… more