Archive for July 2022

Think twice about copying Russia’s national payments strategy

Think twice about copying Russia’s national payments strategy

National services will find it hard to complete with established players ...
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Nascent emerging market debt crisis exposes China's strict restructuring rules

Nascent emerging market debt crisis exposes China’s strict restructuring rules

Encouraging signs that Beijing is falling into line with international standards ...
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Global economic recovery slows as risks bite in 2022

Global economic recovery slows as risks bite in 2022

Some nations face possibility of technical recession ...
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Is the US already in a recession?

Is the US already in a recession?

Key indicators tell a mixed story, but warning signs are here ...
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10 years after Draghi moment, ‘whatever it takes’ becomes ‘what if?’

10 years after Draghi moment, ‘whatever it takes’ becomes ‘what if?’

Contortions and constraints behind the ECB’s anti-fragmentation tool to shore up Italian bonds ...
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Draghi’s downfall leaves Italy’s future in doubt

Draghi’s downfall leaves Italy’s future in doubt

Former ECB president’s aura maintains beneficial effect - but for how long? ...
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Climate regulation takes one step forward in Europe, two steps back in the US

Climate regulation takes one step forward in Europe, two steps back in the US

Further divergence in international climate regulation is on the horizon ...
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Next Generation EU programme to make Europe leading green hub

Next Generation EU programme to make Europe leading green hub

Johannes Hahn delivers key message at OMFIF's Singapore conference ...
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Silver linings ahead as 2022 adds to pressures on public investors

Silver linings ahead as 2022 adds to pressures on public investors

Investors can look forward to real rates becoming less negative ...
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Eight thorny questions over ECB fragmentation

Eight thorny questions over ECB fragmentation

Grimly inevitable problems: shoring up euro area with inflation high and interest rates rising ...
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Central banks can ease green economy transition while maintaining their mandates

Central banks can ease green economy transition while maintaining their mandates

Even in oil rich countries, central banks can contribute to cultural change ...
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