Analysts say green bonds will attract $500 billion in 2021

Analysts say green bonds will attract $500 billion in 2021

By Christy Gren - Jan 04, 2021

There are now more than 1,500 equity funds and green bonds are sure to attract $500 billion in 2021.

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Wuhan Coronavirus: The Economic Impact

Wuhan Coronavirus: The Economic Impact

By Anna Domanska - Jan 30, 2020

The epidemic in China is raising concerns all over the world about the economic impact of Coronavirus. China is the second-largest economy of the world and is the manufacturing and

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FSB secures the future of Global banks by introducing TLAC

FSB secures the future of Global banks by introducing TLAC

By Christy Gren - Nov 09, 2015

The Financial Stability Board (FSB), created by the leaders of the G20 economies in the aftermath of the Lehman Brothers collapse, published its finalized new rule for tackling “

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Cybercrime Estimated To Cost World Economy About $445 Billion Annually

Cybercrime Estimated To Cost World Economy About $445 Billion Annually

By Carrie Ann - Jun 10, 2014

Cybercrime has developed into a global industry worth nearly half a trillion dollars with no indications of slowing down, so says a new report from the Center for Strategic and Int

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Coal to outdo oil as key fuel of the global economy

Coal to outdo oil as key fuel of the global economy

By Carrie Ann - Dec 10, 2013

According to energy consultancy firm Wood Mackenzie (Woodmac) Coal will outdo oil as the key fuel for the global economy by 2020. In spite of government efforts to abate carbon emi

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OECD revises eurozone growth outlook as Europe poses threat to global economy

OECD revises eurozone growth outlook as Europe poses threat to global economy

By Anna Domanska - May 29, 2013

The OECD, in its newest report, did not present a colorful picture of the eurozone as it cut growth outlook for the 17-state bloc. The Paris-based organization underlined that the

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IMF’s Lagarde says global economy has moved forward

IMF’s Lagarde says global economy has moved forward

By Jay Raol - Apr 09, 2013

The International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) Managing Director, Christine Lagarde, while speaking at the Boao Business Forum in Hainan, southern China, firmly underlined that the glob

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Emerging Markets Not Suitable for Mergers and Acquisitions

Emerging Markets Not Suitable for Mergers and Acquisitions

By Carrie Ann - Aug 23, 2012

A new survey showed that operations involving mergers and acquisitions taking place in emerging and developed markets dropped considerably in the first half of the year compared to

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Some Big Companies Creating New Jobs in 2012: Which Companies?

Some Big Companies Creating New Jobs in 2012: Which Companies?

By Carrie Ann - Dec 16, 2011

Even though two-thirds of chief executive officers said that their companies will either be cutting staff, or won't be hiring in 2012, one-third are job hiring companies that

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