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A World of Debt

While debt has risen across advanced and developing economies alike, the problem is most acute in low- and middle-income countries where debts were already too high before the COVID-19 pandemic. Worse, offering relief to these societies has become harder than ever.

01 Haz 2023

• A push by India to regulate cryptocurrencies gained support from both the International Monetary Fund and the US at G20 finance chiefs of the bloc wrap up two days of talks in Bengaluru. Some background: India wants a collective global effort to deal with problems posed by cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin after its government has debated regulations and even bans on cryptocurrencies. On Thursday, the IMF urged countries to not give cryptocurrencies legal tender sta...Devamını Oku

27 Şub 2023

• The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is “weeks away” from finalizing a fully-fledged program of support for Ukraine, the fund’s Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said Saturday. The IMF said on Friday that it reached an agreement to provide a full loan program that would support Kyiv’s economy and help Ukraine in its bid to join the EU. In addition: EU foreign ministers are expected to discuss Estonia’s proposal to jointly invest around €4 billion to procure...Devamını Oku

20 Şub 2023

Aposto Finance gathers the best articles on finance at Aposto, curated by our editors. Topics include micro and macro economic developments, market reports and more. A Better Year for Stock Markets? By Jim O'Neill LONDON – Although it has been almost a decade since I gave up a full-time job in finance, markets – and market oddities – still fascinate me, especially when they send signals that run against a widely held consensus among analysts and investors. Given ...Devamını Oku

05 Şub 2023

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A Better Year for Stock Markets?

An old finance-industry heuristic and recent developments in the real economy may have weakened the pessimists' case.

03 Şub 2023

Aposto Europe delivers your daily briefing on markets, politics, business, tech and more - all under 5 minutes. Don't miss out on what's happening in the world. Friday • Fifteen European countries including the UK and the Netherlands agreed to jointly form an air defense system for the continent. Germany, who spearheaded the project, will coordinate the joint procurements to protect against close-range as well as medium and long-range missiles. Defense Minist...Devamını Oku

16 Eki 2022

• The International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned governments to rein in spending or risk undermining the confidence of the bond market investors that buy their debt. Rising interest rates and high inflation have increased the importance of countries building resilience into their public finances so they can deal with a more “shock-prone” world, the IMF said on Wednesday in its annual Fiscal Monitor publication. IMF Further advice: The IMF added governments shou...Devamını Oku

13 Eki 2022

• The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said it predicts global growth to slow to 2.7% in 2023, 20 bps lower than its July forecast — while its GDP estimate for 2022 remains steady at 3.2%, which was down from 2021's 6%. In its "World Economic Outlook" report, the IMF says “The worst is yet to come, and for many people, 2023 will feel like a recession.” The institution also predicts that global inflation will peak in late 2022. IMF European outlook: The deput...Devamını Oku

12 Eki 2022

1- Amnesty International's report titled "Anyone can die at any time" stated that Russia committed war crimes by using cluster munitions, which are banned by international treaties, in Kharkiv, Ukraine. BBC also confirmed the use of cluster munitions in five different settlements in the city. 2- Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) announced in its report that the number of nuclear warheads in the world is 12,705. It was stated that 90% of these weapons ...Devamını Oku

17 Haz 2022