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Italy's economic resilience amid fiscal challenges ahead

Italy’s economic resilience amid fiscal challenges ahead

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‘Duchess Chameleon’ Prime Minister Meloni adapts
HKMA experiments show progress but connective tissue still missing

HKMA experiments show progress but connective tissue still missing

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Benefits of digitalisation projects won’t emerge until they begin to operate together
Transition to digital payments must be ‘carefully managed’

Transition to digital payments must be ‘carefully managed’

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The role of CBDCs in broader financial inclusion
Unleashing Africa's investment potential

Unleashing Africa’s investment potential

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The role of a shared financial services architecture
ECB moves ahead of Fed in credit easing stakes

ECB moves ahead of Fed in credit easing stakes

US-Europe economic divide a worry for policy-makers
Borrowers torn between rewarding investors and tackling inflated orders

Borrowers torn between rewarding investors and tackling inflated orders

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Frequent borrowers debate the art of allocation
A new standard in measuring women’s rights

A new standard in measuring women’s rights

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Expanding on the metrics to assess women's rights reveals a stark gender gap
Argentina's libertarian experiment: 'Mileinomics' thrives, but 'Mileipolitics' falters

Argentina’s libertarian experiment: ‘Mileinomics’ thrives, but ‘Mileipolitics’ falters

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The president must learn to work with the legislature, not against it
Africa’s bold bargain with global finance

Africa’s bold bargain with global finance

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Could a continental consensus work as Africa’s ultimate bargaining chip?
Global issues as much as domestic will decide UK election

Global issues as much as domestic will decide UK election

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Decarbonisation, immigration and fiscal policy will be high on the campaign agenda
Oscar Lewisohn: in best traditions of Anglo-Continental finance

Oscar Lewisohn: in best traditions of Anglo-Continental finance

Old-school banker who leaves a broad and rich legacy
Reduced demand and higher pricing among biggest worries for borrowers

Reduced demand and higher pricing among biggest worries for borrowers

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Concerns raised on deal subscriptions and new issue premiums, OMFIF’s 2024 Public sector debt outlook survey finds
Europe needs comprehensive industrial policy to withstand populist forces

Europe needs comprehensive industrial policy to withstand populist forces

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European Parliament elections will be determined by the growing influence of extremes
The real budget will come after the UK election

The real budget will come after the UK election

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Hunt failed to assess deep-seated problems of borrowing and taxation

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