International Finance

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EconomyJuly - August 2018Magazine

How the Vollgeld Initiative could transform global banking

International Finance
Switzerland just voted against the Vollgeld initiative’s proposed sovereign money, expected to have a far-reaching impact on the financial community. So what is the Vollgeld Iniatitive about and why have economists recommended sovereign money to government leaders for decades now?...
BankingJuly - August 2018Magazine

Australia’s banking inquiry: A crucible for change?

International Finance
A series of embarrassing failures that have reflected poorly on Australia’s financial industry compels one to consider the need for an independent, professional body with strict standards and codes of conduct, writes banking professional Peter Pontikis...

Brexit: So far so good for the UK

International Finance Desk
Among other things, it is more price competitive in global markets, thanks to the depreciation of the pound Suparna Goswami Bhattacharya September 26, 2016: Though talks of the adverse after-effects of Brexit have been going on for a while, things have not been as bad for the country as was predicted, at least for now....

Tata Steel to halt sale of UK assets

Brexit has led to lot of uncertainty IFM Correspondent July 11, 2016: Tata Steel has put on hold its plan to sell its UK assets in the wake of Brexit and the uncertainty surrounding rules and regulations. The company is planning to postpone the sale until clarity emerges in UK regarding new rules. The board...

Indian aviation market to be third largest by 2020

Suparna Goswami Bhattacharya Main drivers for now are low fuel price, expanding middle class and high GDP growth June 8, 2016: The Indian aviation market is flying high. It is set to become the third largest in the world by 2020. With 81 million trips, the domestic market grew at about 19% during the 12...