The World Bank and BNP Paribas Team Up to Promote the 2030 Agenda Sustainable Development Goals through Innovative Finance
The World Bank (International Bank for Reconstruction and Development or “IBRD”, rating Aaa/AAA) is pleased to annou ...
Despite progress transparent and efficient government procurement rules remain a global challenge
Public procurement rules and practices remain inefficient in large swathes of the world, despite government efforts to ...
IFC Study Finds Climate Pact Helped Open Up $23 Trillion in Emerging-Market Opportunities
Astudy released today by IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, shows thatthe historic global agreement on climate cha ...
Global Economy Sees Sharp Contraction in Short-term Debt Flows, Foreign Direct Investment Remains Steady
For the first time since the financial crisis, principal repayments on external debt held by low- and middle-income coun ...
How America's new president will affect the global economy
America’s neighbour to the south has most to lose from the new Republican president. Trump’s message to blue-collar vo ...
Saudi Arabia owes billions to private firms after collapse in oil revenues
Saudi Arabia has admiited that it owes billions of dollars to private firms and foreign workers after oil revenues col ...
Asia's emerging currencies plunge amid fears of Trump trade barriers
Asia’s emerging currencies have have been hit hard by a wave of selling as financial markets bet on the prospect of Do ...
Obama and Merkel call for continued transatlantic cooperation
Outgoing US president, Barack Obama, and the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, have made an appeal for continued coope ...
EU Sanction Madness and Merkel’s Blatant Hypocrisy
A battle over sanctions is brewing in the EU this evening.The EU led by European Council president Donald Tusk seeks ...
Trump’s Candidacy — the Good and the Bad of It
Much of what he advocates is wrong-headed or downright reprehensible. But it does salute him as the rallying force for ...
Barry Rosenstein on the Market Active vs Passive & More
Barry Rosenstein of hedge fund JANA Partners was interviewed on CNBC yesterday and he said stockpicking isn't dead ...
Looming Banking Crisis and European banking system problem
Andy Duncan of FinLingo.com interviewed Claudio Grass, managing director of Global Gold in Switzerland. Below is a tra ...
Former Haitian Senate President Calls Clintons “Should Be In Jail”
Despite repeatedly bragging about all the good work the Clinton Foundation did to help Haiti recover from the devastat ...
What I Learned from the Second Most Powerful Central Banker in the World
As many Americans settled down to prepare for the presidential debate Wednesday night, I was at a private dinner in Ne ...
Labor Secretary： Higher minimum wage and immigration reform will boost job growth
The US added 156,000 jobs in September, bringing the total number of workers added to the labor force to 3 million ove ...
U.S. blames Russia for election-year hacking incidents
The U.S. is "confident" that the Russian government is behind recent hacking incidents including into the Democratic N ...
Trump apologizes for saying ‘foolish things ’ turns tables on Bill Clinton
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, with his campaign upended by crude remarks he made about women 11 years ...
U.S. adds 156,000 new jobs in September
The economy created 156,000 new jobs in September, another solid gain in employment that’s likely to prod the Federal ...
Quarterly market update： Q3 2016 key takeaways
Each quarter, Fidelity's Asset Allocation Research Team (AART) compiles a comprehensive quarterly market update. H ...
Euro zone inflation ticks up but unemployment lingers
The rate of inflation in the euro zone doubled in September, although unemployment remained high in the region, accord ...
Steve Eisman Thinks US Destined For Slow Growth
Market strategist Jeff Saut of Raymond James has put out his latest piece entitled, "Schadenfreude." In it, he talks ...
GDPNow 3rd Quarter Estimate Ticks Down to 2.8%： Looking Ahead
In the wake of today’s durable goods report and last week’s housing reports the Atlanta Fed GDPNow Model for third qua ...
Personal Income increased 0.2% in Aug
Personal income increased $39.3 billion (0.2 percent) in August according to estimates released today by the Bureau of ...
U.S. June business inventories rise 0.2%
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch)—Inventories at U.S. businesses rose 0.2% in June, mostly matching the market’s expectations. ...
Premier urges stronger reform in financial service in Shanghai FTZ
SHANGHAI, Nov. 26 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has urged financial service institutions in the Shanghai Free ...