That global investment banks are still having to restructure and come to terms with a very different financial landscape since the global financial crisis is hardly news. But a few weeks ago, Deutsche Bank announced that as part of its latest restruc...
The shale revolution has shielded oil supplies from geopolitics, but cheap energy may be foreshadowing trouble down the road, says Daniel Yergin.
The former Fed chief gives an admirable account of the financial crisis, but misses some key points, writes Stephen Grenville.
WASHINGTON, DC -- At last week's annual meetings of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund in Lima, Peru, one topic that dominated discussions was the slowdown in emerging-economy growth. Hailed in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis as...
Investor sentiment toward emerging markets has improved noticeably so far in October. A tentative recovery in oil prices and the perception that a further delay in the tightening of U.S. monetary policy may be beneficial for emerging market asset...
Robert A. Manning
U.S. failure to ratify the pact would undermine America's credibility in the region and give momentum to China's efforts to create parallel institutions, writes Robert A. Manning.
SHANGHAI -- China's economy has followed a remarkable course in recent years: from record-breaking powerhouse to major global risk, at least in the eyes of some. Indeed, with GDP growth this year almost certain not to reach the authorities' 7% target...
WASHINGTON -- The global economy this year does not appear likely to achieve even the modest improvement predicted in June, Ayhan Kose, director of the World Bank's Development Prospects Group, told The Nikkei. Excerpts from the interview follow....
Global commodity prices have reached their nadir as we enter an era of gluts and industrial over-capacity, writes Peter Tasker.