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SHADOW BANKING: THE FUTURE OF BANKING?

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As banks find their margins squeezed on traditional lending and payments activities, nonbank credit and financing—supported by technological innovation—is growing exponentially.
 

REINVENTING THE DIGITAL BANK

Special Report | The Digital Bank
Banks are using new technologies to help corporate clients make better financial decisions.

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 The World's Best Banks of 2015 - Announcement

The World's Best Banks of 2015 - Announcement

Andrea Fiano (Editor) & Denise Bedell (Managing Editor) of Global Finance announce The World's Best Banks of 2015, who the new & returning winners are, and our methodology. 

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Cost of Living Worldwide

Cost of Living Worldwide

The OECD defines a cost of living index (COLI) as an index that measures the change in the minimum expenditures that would be incurred by a utility-maximizing consumer, whose preferences or tastes remain unchanged, in order to maintaining a given level of utility (or standard of living or welfare).

The Poorest Countries in the World

There are two standard methods of measuring the wealth of countries and how rich or poor its inhabitants are. The measure most often used is Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which represents the size of a country’s economy. A refinement of ...

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Asian Shares: Hong Kong Stocks Rebound -- 2nd Update

By Chao Deng Stocks in Hong Kong rebounded Tuesday from their largest tumble of the year, while Australian shares inched higher amid expectations that the country's central bank could cut interest rates as soon as next month. The Hang Seng ...

Hong Kong Stocks Rebound

Stocks in Hong Kong rebounded Tuesday from their largest tumble of the year, while Australian shares inched higher after the country's central bank governor paved the way for a further rate cut. The Hang Seng Index was up 1.6%, recovering ...

Asian Shares: Hong Kong Stocks Rebound -- Update

By Chao Deng Stocks in Hong Kong rebounded Tuesday from their largest tumble of the year, while Australian shares inched higher after the country's central bank governor paved the way for a further rate cut. The Hang Seng Index was ...