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I see my job as prime minister of Australia as doing everything possible to protect your job for the future." Mr Rudd said he had steered Australia through the 2008-2009 global financial crisis. But the nation was still facing "uncertain" economic
Nearly five years after the bankruptcy of Lehman Bros. touched off a global financial crisis, we are no safer. Huge, complex and opaque banks continue to take enormous risks that endanger the economy. From Washington to Berlin, banking lobbyists have
Mark Graf, executive vice president and chief financial officer of Discover, will present at the Barclays Global Financial Services Conference in New York City on Tuesday, Sept. 10, at 12:00 p.m...A link to the listen-only live audio webcast will be
Ever since The Blackstone Group arrived in Southwest Florida, buying up hundreds of homes -- sometimes at prices that have left real estate observers scratching their heads -- the question has been this: What is the big New York equity firm's endgame?
The painful memories of the volatility and dislocations cause by the global financial crisis are still very fresh in many people's minds. Britain is seeking to address these lingering concerns by adopting a series of stringent measures which will
Some 39 percent of people said they are more likely to save money in the next three months compared to the same time last year, while 28 percent are less likely and 32 percent are just as likely, according to Dun & Bradstreet's Consumer Credit
G20 goes for that glimmer of growth 23 Jul, 2013, 04.54AM IST Share More The world economy has stuttered ever since 2008, with growth forecast at 3.1% in current calendar, down from 5.2% in 2010. Soumya Kanti Ghosh It is no wonder that the recent G20
The idea that New Zealand has become one of the most unequal societies in the developed world is just not supported by the data. It is a belief that is in some danger of hardening into received wisdom. But as Mark Twain said: "It's not what you don't
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, a global group made up of central banks, just came out with its new bank capital standards, the Third Basel Accord (Basel III), to address some of the problems and weaknesses in global financial regulation.
Property prices are surging," shouted the headline, but tell that to Gary of Tauranga. Gary, who asked that his surname be kept private, rang in one day to complain about that very headline...The local economy, heavily dependent on the kiwifruit