The UK has repeated its demands for a post-Brexit agreement on financial services to go way beyond the EU’s current standard with third countries in a new government paper, warning that a ‘hard Brexit’ will damage the EU. The paper...
The European Union (EU) has the opportunity to positively shape the lives of children trapped in conflicts, natural disasters and other humanitarian situations around the world. On World Humanitarian Day (19 August), Delphine Moralis explains why this is so important and what the bloc can do.
The inquiry, which could deal a significant blow to President Trump, is entering the final stages. Charges against Mr. Cohen could come in August.
The lira’s plunge, exacerbated by a dispute with the U.S. over a detained pastor, has exposed growing economic pressures that some economists say could be near a breaking point.
If the incoming prime minister can persuade the military to enable him to improve relations with the United States, Afghanistan and India, he will pull off a feat none of his predecessors has managed.
The country has unique challenges, but other emerging markets where big borrowing fueled rapid growth and strong returns could feel the pinch of a stronger dollar.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan appears to be going down the same ill-fated path that was taken by the failed authoritarian leaders of Venezuela and Zimbabwe.
Turks are bracing for more financial turmoil. Economists warn that the problem is broader and deeper than a spat with the United States.
In past decades, plunges in emerging-market currencies have ignited broader crises. Turkey’s lira is crashing, and that has financial markets on edge.
Adam Tooze’s “Crashed” examines “how a decade of financial crises changed the world.”
Turkish banks’ ability to swap liras for foreign currencies was curbed. The lira has been dropping since President Trump said he would raise tariffs on Turkish imports.
Tim Lee, an obscure economist who writes an investment newsletter, predicted that Turkey’s currency would collapse. Now, he foresees a broader financial crisis.
Turkey has an old-fashioned currency and debt crisis.
Chinese investors poured billions into online lending platforms. Now some can’t get their money back.
Super-low interest rates have fueled a wave of risky, overpriced lending. The end of that party will not be pretty.
Adam Tooze shows how the financial crisis radiated outward, shaping not only the new economic order but the ensuing political free-for-all.
Banks including Citigroup and Goldman Sachs are looking at ways to structure transactions for Tesla that would remove the automaker from the public markets.
The economy has been growing since March 2009, but some are skeptical that the expansion will continue. Experts offer advice for investing wisely in times of doubt.
A downward trend in banking is opening up real estate opportunities as investors convert former branches to other uses, including churches, pharmacies and pizza parlors.
James Freeman and Vern McKinley’s “Borrowed Time” takes a close look at the government bailout of Citigroup.