LC Macro Advisors Ltd Founder and Chief Economist, Lorenzo Codogno, talks about the political capital Matteo Renzi has put into the upcoming Italian referendum.
LC Macro Advisors Ltd Founder and Chief Economist, Lorenzo Codogno, says some politicians are taking advantage of the referendum situation, to effectively get rid of Renzi.
*Banks still face prosecution in Australia over conduct. The two Australian banks said in separate statements they offered to pay the fines after the antitrust agency started court proceedings over the companies' actions in Singapore when trading foreign exchange contracts for the Malaysian ringgit in 2011.. "These proceedings are a reminder that...
*Banks still face prosecution in Australia over conduct. The two Australian banks said in separate statements on Friday they offered to pay the fines after the antitrust agency started court proceedings over the companies' actions in Singapore when trading foreign exchange contracts for the Malaysian ringgit in 2011.. "These proceedings are a reminder that...
BEIJING, Nov 24- China's banking regulator may be getting serious about how lenders provision for the more than 20 trillion yuan of wealth management products that have been issued as non-guaranteed off-balance sheet liabilities. The China Banking Regulatory Commission, in new draft rules released on Wednesday, demanded banks apply a more "comprehensive"...
Generali CEO, Philippe Donnet, says he’s quite optimistic, as whatever happens in the Italian referendum, the “reforms will be made” at some point.
Enel CEO Francesco Starace tells CNBC what a rejection of the Italian reforms would mean for the country and the European economy.
ociete Generale Chairman, Lorenzo Bini Smaghi says if Italy votes "no" in its upcoming referendum, the government will be weakened.
Is Greece’s government doing enough to implement structural reforms? The country’s Minister of State, Nikos Pappas, weighs in.
President Obama writes in "The Economist" that the current political climate is tense, but there is "a hope for the future" of the economy.
David Lebovitz, global market strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, explains why he prefers U.S. bank shares over their European counterparts.
Kyriakos Mitsotakis, president of the Greek New Democracy opposition party, says that the current government is "pretending to implement real reforms."
Vietnam's new government is pushing for a privatization program and raising the foreign ownership limits for Vinamilk, says CIMB's Michael Kokalari.
The challenge will be how to manage the Myanmar enterprises that are connected to the military regime, says Macquarie University's Sean Turnell.
Italy's finance minister Pier Carlo Padoan talks about how best to implement financial and structural reforms.
Pierre Gattaz, president of MEDEF, weighs in on potential candidates for France's presidential election next year, and how they could play a part in France's "economical and cultural revolution."
Solvay CEO Jean-Pierre Clamadieu says he hopes France will elect a president with a clear mandate to reform the country's economy.
Brookings Institution's Eswar Prasad says Beijing needs to reform its state-owned enterprises, which are the root cause of Chinese banks' bad debt.
As his country's economy implodes around him, Venezuelan strongman Nicolas Maduro has resorted to what may be a last-ditch effort to stay in power.
The case for merging the London and German stock exchanges has strengthened since the Brexit vote, a Bundesbank board member said on Wednesday.