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Economy

Why further financial crises are inevitable

As time passes, regulation degrades and risks rise

Four things to watch at the Fed’s March meeting

Balance sheet and outlook in focus as Powell preaches monetary policy patience

IBM Launches Blockchain-based Global Payment Network

IBM announced the launch of IBM Blockchain World Wire, a real-time global payments network, aiming to support payments and foreign exchange in more than 50 countries. The network provides real time

Jamie Dimon says we've split the US economy, leaving the poor behind

"It is absolutely obvious that a big chunk of [people] have been left behind," J. P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon says.

US farmers being cut out of Japan after TPP withdrawal

Producers urge Trump to start trade talks as they lose Asian market share to rivals
"Mortgage Rates Hold 14-Month Lows"

"Mortgage Rates Hold 14-Month Lows"

From Matthew Graham at MortgageNewsDaily: Mortgage Rates Hold 14-Month Lows Mortgage rates didn't budge today--a logical result with no signs of life in underlying bond markets. In the current case,

France warns EU against rushing into US trade talks

Paris wants to narrow scope of negotiations on industrial goods and delay until June

A long Brexit delay spells danger for the EU

Extended UK divorce will suck up union’s resources and distract it from more pressing business

Who’s Behind Trump’s Claim the Green New Deal Will Cost $100 Trillion?

President Trump’s claim that the Green New Deal would cost $100 trillion can be traced back to the Manhattan Institute, a think tank backed by fossil fuel investor Paul Singer and companies like
UN ‘comes together in sadness and solidarity’ to honour staff who died on board Ethiopian Airlines flight

UN ‘comes together in sadness and solidarity’ to honour staff who died on board Ethiopian Airlines flight

Ceremonies were held at UN Headquarters in New York and Geneva on Friday, to remember and honour the staff who died on board Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, which crashed near Addis Ababa last Sunday,

Students walk out of class in climate change protest

Young demonstrators in more than 120 countries demand cuts in greenhouse gas emissions
Interserve goes into administration after rescue deal rejected

Interserve goes into administration after rescue deal rejected

Ownership falls to lenders but company will continue trading and operating public servicesThe government contractor Interserve has gone into administration after its largest shareholder, the US hedge

US manufacturing output falls for a second straight month

U.S. manufacturing output fell for a second straight month in February.

Brexit has become a Monty Pythonesque joke

Some Leavers are losing their ardour in the face of endless debates and economic fears

Ghana currency plunge recalls Argentina fears

Surprise rate cut blamed for this year’s worst forex sell-off

Politics is failing on Brexit, not economics

The first years of this saga has proved the case for listening to experts
Drug laws must be amended to ‘combat racial discrimination’, UN experts say

Drug laws must be amended to ‘combat racial discrimination’, UN experts say

At every stage of the criminal justice system, people of African descent around the world are discriminated against, including death sentencing for drugs-related crimes, United Nations human rights

US import prices rose more than expected in February as fuel prices surge

Prices of imported goods rose more than expected in February, boosted by a jump in fuel costs.
Barter and dollars the new reality as Venezuela battles hyperinflation

Barter and dollars the new reality as Venezuela battles hyperinflation

As inflation soars, Venezuelans have been forced to find new ways to pay for essentials – when the power supply allows“Barter” reads a simple sign on Angélica Monasterios’s stall in Cupira, a town on

Chinese factory-output growth slows to weakest on record

Latest sign that trade war and slowing domestic demand are hurting despite stimulus measure