The fortunes of the largest United States banks have changed remarkably over the past decade. So is it time to loosen regulation?
European leaders agreed to a plan that would finally take Athens off financial life support, effectively declaring an end to a crisis that nearly wrecked the euro.
The first round of the Fed’s annual stress tests found banks are prepared to withstand a downturn, which could presage big shareholder payouts next week.
A wave of banking scandals reveals the bankruptcy of the government’s trickle-down economic worldview.
And how to fix them.
European officials are eager to paint Greece as a comeback story. But troubles in nearby Italy show that the euro’s issues have not been laid to rest.
To promote diversity, big pension funds and college endowments could insist on equitable hiring practices at investment firms.
The leaders of France and Germany’ will meet in Berlin on Tuesday (19 June) for a preparatory summit ahead of the European Council at the end of the month. But the two countries continue to hold different views on the subject of the economy. EURACTIV.fr reports.
Wall Street is betting that the trade frictions won’t derail the United States’ strong economy. But will investors shrug off an escalation?
The Senate will also vote on an amendment that would block President Trump’s ZTE deal, and the Fox board will weigh Comcast’s $65 billion offer.
Administration officials played down the fact that the choice, Kathy Kraninger, has never held a job as a regulator or worked in the financial services industry.
The country’s focus on reducing its debt has left small businesses facing a credit crunch, and the economy appears to be slowing.
Political turmoil, slowing growth and the prospect of a trade war fail to deter Europe’s central bank from ending economic stimulus measures.
With proposals for a European Monetary Fund and an investment budget for the eurozone, Chancellor Angela Merkel only tentatively moves closer to French President Emmanuel Macron. But the proposals do not go far enough, German MP Franziska Brantner told EURACTIV Germany in an interview.
The European Commission has defended its plans to overhaul its foreign spending budget, promising that it would deliver a large increase in aid spending and ‘eliminate bureaucratic barriers’.
Meeting in Latvia, the central bank’s Governing Council will debate when to stop the bond purchases it has been using to hold down borrowing costs.
Jerome Powell’s policy decision was in line with his predecessors, but he made a series of changes that give him more flexibility in the years ahead
The European Commission will set out its plans to dramatically increase spending on migration control on Thursday (14 June), as part of its overhaul of EU development spending between 2021 and 2027.