Global debt declined by $1.5 trillion to $247 trillion ($187 trillion ex-financials) in Q2 2018-mainly driven by mature markets. In contrast, EM debt continues to rise, topping $71 trillion in Q2 ($60 trillion ex-financials).
China's current account has traditionally registered large surpluses, but has swung into deficit this year based on data from Q1 through Q3, adding to the case that the RMB could be overvalued and needs to depreciate.
Just as in 2015, our activity tracker points to a slowdown, "¦ even though official GDP figures remain broadly stable. We compare the current slowdown
Investors undeterred by the prospect of gridlock after the U.S. midterm elections China sees much weaker FDI in Q3, though exports have held up well F
The ninth annual global bank risk management survey, "Accelerating digital transformation: Four imperatives for risk management", carried out by EY and
On November 5, the U.S. sanctions on Iran's financial and energy sectors took effect.' The temporary allotments, combined with the increased global oi
On the occasion of the IIF Digital Finance Regulation Symposium in Brussels, Fanny Solano (Caixabank's Director of Digital, Retail and Markets Regulat
On the occasion of the IIF Digital Finance Regulation Symposium in Brussels, FRT welcomes Symposium speakers Bob Contri (Deloitte's Global Financial S