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Monday, April 22, 2024

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Strategies for Upskilling Your Workforce in an AI-Driven Economy

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Five Strategies for Enhancing Internal Communications in Banks

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Global Economic Slowdown Expected in 2024 Due to High Rates, War, and Inflation

The global economy, which has proved surprisingly resilient this year, is expected to falter next year under the strain of wars, still-elevated inflation and...

RBA Anticipated to Lag Behind Global Peers in Shifting Towards Interest Rate Cuts

Australia’s central bank was slow to respond to mounting inflation pressures post-pandemic and money market pricing suggests it will also trail global peers in...

Citigroup Announces Closure of Global Distressed-Debt Unit as Part of CEO Jane Fraser’s Restructuring Plan

Citigroup is shuttering another Wall Street business as CEO Jane Fraser pushes ahead with her overhaul of the bank, CNBC has learned. The company decided...

Optimistic Outlook: Global Banks Foresee No Recession, While US Companies Exercise Caution

Heading into 2024, analysts say the U.S. recession they’d been forecasting for two years isn’t coming anymore. Everyone else, from companies to investors, is...

Global Non-Bank Sector Experiences Significant Retreat Amidst Higher Rates

Multi-trillion dollar non-banking finance saw its first major retreat last year since the global financial crisis in 2009, with the shrinkage due to higher...

Global Economy Analysis Indicates Likelihood of Euro-Area Recession

A recession in the euro area is looking increasingly likely as the economic downturn persists in the final quarter of the year, private-sector activity...

The Impact of Asia’s Economic Revolution on the Global Stage

The phrase “factory Asia” describes one of history’s most impressive economic achievements. Over the past half-century Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and, more recently, China...

ECB’s Lagarde Notes Signs of Global Economic Fragmentation into Blocs

European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde on Friday said Europe is now at a critical juncture, with deglobalization, demographics and decarbonization looming on the...

A Glimpse into Global Banking: AI’s Report on Industry Endeavors

According to the annual Evident AI Index, JPMorgan Chase is the most mature when it comes to AI with Capital One and Royal Bank...

China Misses Out on Global Funds as Investors Chase Returns in Japan Stocks

Japan is leaving China behind as Asia’s two largest stock markets compete for investor capital, with the latter’s prospects clouded by long-running concerns about...

Charting the Global Economy: US Payrolls Rise at a Steady Pace

US employers continued to add workers at a steady, yet more moderate pace, suggesting the economy has scope to avoid a recession despite higher...

Japan’s Economy Set to Recover in Q2 Despite Slowing Global Demand, Says Reuters Poll

Japan’s economy likely grew an annualised 3.1% in April-June to mark a third straight quarter of expansion, according to a Reuters poll, helped by...

Global Food Inflation Remains High Across the World

Domestic food price inflation remains high, with Venezuela, Lebanon, Zimbabwe, Argentina and Suriname among the hardest hit countries, according to the World Bank. The most...

Japan Poses $3 Trillion Threat to Global Financial Markets

Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda changed the course of global markets when he unleashed a $3.4 trillion firehose of Japanese cash on the...

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