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By: Robert Ferris
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Fiscal austerity in a slowing Italian economy — beset by high unemployment, rising poverty and crumbling infrastructure — would be sheer lunacy, Michael Ivanovitch writes. » Read More
With Saudi Arabia denying a role in the sudden disappearance of a prominent journalist, the chances are growing that the crisis could escalate, and ricochet across the global economy. » Read More
It's "probably one of the most important political variables we have to look at," said Michael Hasenstab, chief investment officer at Templeton Global Macro.
N26 CEO Valentin Stalf said the app-only bank could launch an initial public offering (IPO) in the next "three to five years."
The allied trans-Atlantic community is facing a serious existential threat, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
"Success is an anesthetic," says Bill McDermott, the CEO of software company SAP.
BMW had already expected 2018 to be a challenging year, but the trade war and new emissions standards have forced the automaker to revise targets.
German regulators have ordered Deutsche Bank to take internal actions to prevent money laundering, a few weeks after a scandal erupted in Danske Bank.
Exports are the main driver of Japan's economic growth. They are the beginning and the end of the country's business cycle, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Could we avoid traffic jams in cities by taking to the skies for our commute?
The trains will operate in Lower Saxony, Germany.
The Fed is facing a delicate situation because rising inflation in an economy pushing against its physical limits to growth will be difficult to control, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary reportedly said Wednesday that the risk of a no-deal Brexit grounding flights across Europe is being "underestimated."
Eligible businesses must be no older than seven years, have a minimum of 50 employees and be privately held.
America's unsustainably large trade imbalances and soaring public debt are compelling issues of national security. Solutions should be sought through negotiations, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
The French minister suggested that it was in fact America that had launched an attack on Europe by adopting a more aggressive trade policy targeting European imports with tariffs.
Cronos' Mike Gorenstein disputes an allegation from Andrew Left that nondisclosure of the size of distribution deals with Canadian provinces is a deception.
A tie-up between Germany's two biggest banks could be on the cards sooner rather than later, according to a report from the Financial Times.