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A checkup on the health of global banks shows an industry in recovery but still threatened by rapidly changing externalities.

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Canada In The Shadow Of Trump 

Canada In The Shadow Of Trump 

Robert Palombi, managing director and head of the Toronto office of Standard & Poor’s, speaks with Global Finance about the potential for shifts in US-Canada relations during a Trump administration.

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The Safest Countries in the World

The Safest Countries in the World

The Global Finance ranking of World's Safest Countries incorporates three measures of security and safety, factoring natural disaster risk with measures of peace and crime. 

The Poorest Countries in the World

The Poorest Countries in the World

All these extremely fragile and underdeveloped economies have either recently been through a civil war or are suffering from ongoing sectarian or ethnic conflicts. 

The World's Richest and Poorest Countries

The World's Richest and Poorest Countries

Global Finance ranks the world’s richest and poorest countries for 2016, taking into consideration GDP per capita, adjusted for relative purchasing power.

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Thinking Forward

Thinking Forward

ING, long a pioneer in direct banking, is planning for a digital future that chairman and CEO Ralph Hamers says will transform the experience of both retail and wholesale customers.

Seeking “Responsible Growth”

Seeking “Responsible Growth”

Despite slow economic growth and flat revenue, Bank of America grew earnings 16% last year and plans further expansions, says chairman and CEO Brian Moynihan.

From the Wires

Sugar Futures Tumble

By Carolyn Cui Sugar futures tumbled Tuesday, as traders took profits made over the past few sessions, with the recent rain expected to stop in Brazil. Raw sugar for July delivery dropped 3.9% to settle at 15.87 cents a pound ...

News Highlights: Top Energy News of the Day

Oil's OPEC Rally Reaches New Highs Oil prices rose to fresh one-month highs Tuesday, extending a winning streak to five sessions on optimism that the coming OPEC meeting will result in more production cuts. Why OPEC Wants to Extend Oil ...