Global Finance Magazine
After 37 years of autocratic rule under former President Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe has been left broke. Rebuilding promises to be a long, costly and tough process.
Product recalls are rising and have evolved into a major financial risk. Here’s how to manage and mitigate the impact.
The deal points to companies working across industry sectors looking at synergies of merging with one another for improved services, cost advantages, market dominance, profits and more.
Bankers are turning to a new generation of technology to accelerate clearing and settlement processes.
India enforced reforms in eight of the 10 areas on which the rankings are based, showing improvement in nine of them.
NEWS & FEATURES
The automaker's electric-car strategy includes plug-in hybrid and conventional hybrid technologies, as well as all-electric options.
GE stock has lost more than 40% of its value since 2000, when Flannery’s predecessor, Jeffrey Immelt, was appointed.
Trading market volume has declined, even as outstanding corporate debt has increased in recent years.
US treasury bond yields could rise sharply in 2018, as central-bank liquidity begins to recede and heavy new supply hits the market.
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ECONOMIC DATA & ANALYSIS
Developing Asian and African countries still lead with fastest GDP growth in the world. Panama takes the first position among countries from the rest of the world, despite its economic slowdown.
Africa is emerging from last year’s slump, but slow growth of its largest economies is impeding recovery for many of its corporates.
The World's Safest Countries ranking incorporates natural disaster risk with measures of peace and crime.
VIDEO & MULTIMEDIA
Sung-Yeop Kim, executive vice president and head of the Wealth Management Group and Private Banking for KEB Hana, talks with Global Finance about how his bank serves Asia’s growing ranks of wealthy.
Saod Obaidalla, executive vice president and head of Private Banking at Emirates NBD, speaks with Global Finance about the evolution of the regional economy and the bank’s plans to compete with global rivals.
Private bankers need new strategies to make themselves relevant to Asia’s wealth creators.