International finance
International finance (also referred to as international monetary economics or international macroeconomics) is the branch of financial economics broadly concerned with monetary and macroeconomic inte...
China does not want to see trade war with U.S.: Premier Li
China's Premier Li Keqiang said on Wednesday that Beijing does not want to see a trade war with the United States and urged talks between both sides to achieve common ground.
The Bizarre Media Blackout Of Hacked George Soros Documents
Scandal: Leaked documents released a few days ago provide juicy insider details of how a fabulously rich businessman has been using his money to influence elections in Europe, underwrite an extremist ...
These Are The Countries With The Biggest Gold Reserves
Gold's price has increased by more than 25% so far in 2016, and in July analysts from UBS argued that the metal has entered a so-called new phase.
Bitcoin’s not money, judge rules as she tosses money-laundering charge
A defendant in a Florida money-laundering case is off the hook.
Feds Want 'Wolf of Wall Street' Profits As Part Of $3.5 Billion Fraud Allegations
In a massive lawsuit that reads like an international thriller, the U.S. government claims that well-connected fraudsters stole $3.5 billion from Malaysia and used it to buy New York condos, hotels, y...
The Huge 'Panama Papers' Data Dump Is About To Drop
The ICIJ said it would "publish what will likely be the largest-ever release of information about secret offshore companies and the people behind them."
AP Investigation: China launders Cash Of Foreign Criminals
Scam artists, drug cartels and gangs from around the world have found a new haven for laundering money: China. The country's well-developed underground financial networks have caught the attention of ...
Fears Of China Stealing Jobs Blocking EU Deal
European Chamber of Commerce in Beijing says EU unlikely to lift trade barriers later this year because of growing concerns Chinese goods are leading to untold losses of jobs on continent
China Warns Soros Against ‘Declaring War’ On Its Currency
Days after billionaire George Soros forecast a hard landing of the Chinese economy, Beijing retaliates by warning the high-profile investor from betting against its currency. "Soros’ challenge against...
The World’s 62 Richest People Hold As Much Wealth As The Bottom 3.5 Billion, New Report Says
Wealth is becoming more concentrated among an elite slice of the global population, according to a report released Monday by antipoverty advocacy group Oxfam International. The top 1% of the world's p...
Iran Deal Could Further Slam Markets By Unleashing Oil Wave
Stocks across the Middle East tumbled as the easing of sanctions against Iran raised the prospect of a surge in oil supplies to a market already reeling from the lowest prices in more than a decade. S...
Uneasy Times: What To Look Out For At Davos This Year
Extremist attacks, plunging markets, and the break-neck pace of technological innovation. The world is beset by uncertainties as 2,500 business executives, political leaders and activists gather in th...
U.S. Will Now Track Secret Buyers Of Luxury Real Estate
Concerned about illicit money flowing into luxury real estate, the Treasury Department said Wednesday that it would begin identifying and tracking secret buyers of high-end properties. The initiative ...
Stanford Researchers' Calculations Reveal High Global Economic Cost Of Climate Change
When thousands of scientists, economists and policymakers meet in Paris this December to negotiate an international climate treaty, one question will dominate conversations: What is the climate worth?...
Apple Releases Major Updates To Leading Products And Pushes Into New Arenas
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) unveiled the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus today at a special event in San Francisco, showing off new devices that at first glance may look no different than their predecessors but...
ISIS Has Minted Its Own Gold Currency
June 30, 2015 - Rumors circulated online late last year that the Islamic State was attempting to mint its own precious metal-backed currency. Last week, photographs emerged on social media that appear...
Currency
A currency (from Middle English: curraunt, "in circulation", from Latin: currens, -entis) in the most specific use of the word refers to money in any form when in actual use or circulation as ...
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Foreign exchange market
The foreign exchange market (forex, FX, or currency market) is a global decentralized market for the trading of currencies. In terms of volume of trading, it is by far the largest market in the world....
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International financial institutions
The international financial institutions (IFIs) are financial institutions that have been established (or chartered) by more than one country, and hence are subjects of international law. Their owners...
Inward investment
Inward investment is the injection of money from an external source into a region, in order to purchase capital goods for a branch of a corporation to locate or develop its presence in the region.Fore...
Monetary hegemony
Monetary hegemony is an economic and political phenomenon in which a single state has decisive influence over the functions of the international monetary system. The functions influenced by a monetary...
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Money laundering
Money laundering is the process of transforming the proceeds of crime into ostensibly legitimate money or other assets. However, in a number of legal and regulatory systems, the term money laundering ...
Balance of payments
The balance of payments (BOP) of a country is the record of all economic transactions between the residents of a country and the rest of the world in a particular period (over a quarter of a year or m...
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Gold standard
A gold standard is a monetary system in which the standard economic unit of account is based on a fixed quantity of gold. Three types can be distinguished: specie, exchange, and bullion. Most nations ...
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Bitcoin’s not money, judge rules as she tosses money-laundering charge
A defendant in a Florida money-laundering case is off the hook.
Exorbitant privilege
The term exorbitant privilege refers to the alleged benefit the United States has due to its own currency (i.e., the US dollar) being the international reserve currency. Accordingly, the US would not ...
Kenneth Rogoff
Kenneth Saul "Ken" Rogoff (born March 22, 1953) is the Thomas D. Cabot Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Economics at Harvard University.
Rogoff grew up in Rochester, New York. His fathe...
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