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The huge drop-off in trade involving Russia and Ukraine has hit trade finance hard.
Superpowerful computers will extract enormous benefits from artificial intelligence—and deliver proportional advantages.
The Covid-19 pandemic created some waves in the foreign exchange markets over the last couple of years, but the re-emergence of global inflation and inflation-fighting central banks has truly rocked the currency world this year.
The largest company in the world can fluctuate day to day, even minute by minute, depending what measurement is used. Tesla began 2022 as the world's fifth largest company by market cap and ended the year in 11th place after their CEO Elon Musk's acquisition of Twitter.
Global Finance editor Andrea Fiano interviews Ásgeir Jónsson, Central Bank Governor of Iceland during Global Finance's World's Best Bank Awards at the National Press Club in Washington, DC on October 15th.
In a turnaround from 2022, the Central American Bank for Economic Integration's latest infrastructure bond offering is proving popular with investors.
Salesforce joins Microsoft and other tech companies in reducing headcount.
With interest rates rising in the West, China hopes its falling interest rates will attract multinationals to its domestic bond market.
The newest carbon-credit initiative out of COP27 doesn’t seem to answer the old critiques.
Some political leaders are making progress in combatting climate change at COP27 while others are playing the blame game.
Global Finance speaks to Stefano Domenicali, president and CEO of Formula 1, about the current economic climate and what sustainability means to the company.
Normally markets don’t cheer for leftist leaders, but there are several factors fueling optimism over the outcome of Brazil's election.
The Brazilian election yielded a narrow win for the left, but the outgoing president still has many supporters.
Denmark grabs the top spot while Australia makes a comeback in the World Competitiveness Yearbook.
Government debt is just part of a country's debt load; businesses and households borrow too.
Liz Truss becomes the shortest-serving prime minister in British history but her chaotic economic legacy will live on.
Asset tokenization has real potential to transform issuance settlement.
Sibos participants cited regulatory obstacles, skills gaps, outdated ways of working, legacy technologies and core systems, difficulties extracting and analyzing customer data as hurdles to the bold plans for digital transformation.
A confluence of events keeps the currency from ending its fall.
Governor Basel Al-Haroon of the Central Bank of Kuwait talks about rising oil prices and diversity within the banking sector.
Sweden Democrats won 20% of the seats in the country's parliament and will likely dictate the next government's policy agenda.
Central Bank of Paraguay Governor José Cantero Sienra discusses the banking system and future plans for the bank.
Lack of agricultural investments by African nations leads to a bitter harvest.
The country’s originals, Pix and Ebanx, could soon hit markets as diverse as Canada, Colombia and Nigeria—with many others on the horizon.
Amir Yaron, governor of the Central Bank of Israel, speaks about the country’s current economic outlook and future plans.
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