Global Finance Magazine
Snap elections pit Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) against insurgent Party of Hope on October 22.
Africa is emerging from last year’s slump, but slow growth of its largest economies is impeding recovery for many of its corporates.
The utopian vision of open banking dreamed up by the European Commission when it drafted the PSD II regulation is unlikely to emerge from day one of implementation.
Ignazio Visco, governor of the Bank of Italy since 2011, spoke with Global Finance about global and domestic economic conditions.
India’s banking system, weighted toward state-backed entities, is opening up to private-sector banks to boost competition.
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The widely discussed technology, some say, will emerge from labs and being in the 'proof of concept' stage to to the real world, or what some refer to as “minimum viable products.
With a growing budget deficit, Brazil is struggling to climb out of recession and become globally competitive.
By recognizing entrepreneurial talent and encouraging employees to step forward with ideas, banks get a chance to boost innovation from within
Companies keep increasing their stashes of cash. A rise in the cost of new debt and tax reform in the US might finally turn that trend around in 2017—or not.
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