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12 June 2019 / Asia Pacific,North America,Latin America Caribbean,Middle East,Africa,Europe,Global

Global Public Investors and a sustainable world economy

Seminar on sustainability and opportunities for global public investors

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12 June 2019 / Asia Pacific,North America,Latin America Caribbean,Middle East,Africa,Europe,Global

Global Public Investor launch 2019: Global Public Investors and a sustainable world economy

Launch of the 6th annual Global Public Investor: Sustainability panel discussion

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03 May 2019 / Asia Pacific,North America,Latin America Caribbean,Middle East,Africa,Europe,Global

Emerging Digital Technologies for Financial Inclusion

Workshop at the Asian Development Bank annual meeting

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11 March 2019 / Global

Private debt

Private debt and the next financial crisis – Financial instability series

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06 March 2019 / Europe

Germany just avoids technical recession

Germany narrowly escaped a technical recession at the end of 2018. Growth came in at zero, from minus 0.2% quarter-on-quarter in September. This performance was the result of too many one-offs, surfacing structural weaknesses and external uncertainties. However, it is not necessarily the end of a long positive cycle. Economic fundamentals remain solid and the chances of a gradual rebound are still much higher than those of another disappointment. The possibility of disquiet in the coalition government, however, raises fresh risks in 2019.

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17 December 2018 / Asia Pacific,North America

US-China trade war

US-China trade war and implications for Asia-Pacific region

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27 November 2018 / Global

Countries victims of 'ninja' loans

Countries need infrastructure in much the same way that US families needed houses before the 2008 financial crisis. The 'American dream' was to provide everyone with their own home. Similarly, poorer countries dream of infrastructure, to propel them to prosperity. People in the US bought houses through 'no income, no jobs, no assets' ('ninja') loans, unsure of how to reimburse their bank. Countries are doing the same to fund infrastructure projects. Both groups were lured by easy financing conditions.

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26 November 2018 / Europe

ECB must address QE misallocation risk

By the end of this year, the European Central Bank is expected to end its monthly net asset purchases. This raises several questions about the ECB's reinvestment strategy and the implications for individual countries. The central bank's quantitative easing programme was not as successful as believed. The real issue for the ECB governing council to address when discussing fiscal implications of reinvestment is the risk arising from the misallocation of liquidity and corresponding claims and liabilities.

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