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Monday, April 22, 2024

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Beijing Takes Significant Steps to Address Looming Property Crisis in China

China's finally starting to do something about the three-year property crisis that's been weighing on its COVID-scarred economy. Beijing is urging banks to boost financing...

Banking Landscape in Question: Gauging Crisis Potential—Levels of Worry?

The news is full of emergency meetings, central banks offering credit lifelines and tumbling bank shares. No wonder people are asking: is this the start...

India’s Banking Sector Grapples with Worst Liquidity Crisis in Half a Decade

India's banking sector is grappling with a severe liquidity deficit, reaching a near five-year high as the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) reported a...

The Unfolding Budget Crisis in Germany: Crucial Details Uncovered

Germany’s budget is in trouble. Last week, the constitutional court ruled that it was unlawful to re-allocate unused debt originally designated for emergency Covid-19 pandemic...

Investors Optimistic as Regional Banking Crisis Appears to Subside

Investors Optimistic as Regional Banking Crisis Appears to Subside Four months ago, Western Alliance (WAL) was in the throes of a crisis as depositors fled...

Cuban Economy Minister Acknowledges No Immediate Solution to Devastating Crisis

Cuba's economic growth is less than 2% this year and remains 8 percentage points below pre-pandemic levels, while production in sectors such as agriculture,...

Charles Schwab Successfully Navigated the Deposit Crisis. What’s Next?

Charles Schwab is best known as the largest publicly traded U.S. brokerage firm, but it also runs a large bank that isn’t quite too...

Top Economists Advocate Bolder Action in Tackling the ‘Crisis of Extreme Inequality’

More than 230 economists and political leaders have called on the United Nations and the World Bank to do more to tackle the widening...

G20 Finance and Bank Chiefs Unite to Address Debt Crisis

G20 finance ministers and central bank chiefs opened talks on Monday discussing debt restructuring deals, multilateral bank reform and finance to tackle climate change,...

Argentina Engages in Critical IMF Talks to Address Impending Debt Crisis

Argentina and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have a $44 billion dilemma, with the two sides set to meet for crunch talks to revamp...

Tackling Inflation Alone Won’t Resolve the Cost of Living Crisis

One of the first casualties of war is the truth. This holds not only for real shooting wars but also for such things as...

India’s Central Bank Unlikely to Lower Rates Before February, Says Axis Bank Treasurer, Unless Inflation Slides or Global Crisis Strikes

India's central bank may not cut the key lending rate before February unless inflation falls sharply or a global crisis unfolds, a top treasury...

Bracing for Turmoil: Britain Rapidly Approaching a New Crisis

Bonds are meant to be boring. Investors buy them because they provide a predictable income stream. Pension funds buy them to hedge against their...

Analysts Warn of Lingering Risks for China Amid US Debt Ceiling Crisis, Despite Prospects of a Deal

A tentative deal between the White House and Republicans to raise the US debt ceiling could bring temporary relief to the global financial market...

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