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After yesterday’s report of debt problems at Portuguese bank Espirito Santo sent global shares into decline, there was some recovery today.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government today unveiled its debut budget and promised greater opportunity for foreign investors.
Growing demand for aircraft, especially from Asia’s low cost airlines, has led to industry giant Boeing increasing its forecast for new orders by 4.2 per cent from last year.
The independence of the Federal Reserve is under question as Republicans seek greater controls and scrutiny of the bank.
Yesterday’s minutes from the Fed have driven US futures down so far this morning as markets digest the news that the Fed may end its bond buying program by the fall if the recovery continues.
An international study by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) shows that American teens have some catching up to do if they are to be as financially aware as some of their peers.
A report from the Indian government today predicts accelerated growth for the nation’s economy this year, with 6 per cent the expected rise.
A civil investigation by the US Justice Department into the sale of mortgage investments by Citigroup, may be drawing to a conclusion.
Concern over a slowdown of global economic growth has meant a fall in stocks today.
China is most often associated with ‘shadow banking’ mainly due to concerns over the stability of the country’s non-bank lenders, but the sector is growing globally.