Daily Financial Forecast 13 Dec 2018
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Asian Economy 2019: A Conversation With Ruchir Sharma
Ruchir Sharma, head of emerging markets and chief global strategist at
Morgan Stanley Investment Management, delivers an address on Asia's
economic outlook in 2019 and beyond before participating in a Q&A
moderated by Asia. Click the video news report.
Why is Australia so rich?: York
New South Wales Conservative Party candidate Sophie York outlines the importance of coal to Australia's economic prosperity. Click the video news report.
Juncker says EU will not renegotiate Brexit deal
Theresa May's attempt to save her Brexit Deal has taken her on a whistle stop tour of Europe. Click the video news report.
Brexit deal vote, ECB meeting, Inditex results
Vanessa Kortekaas highlights the key stories the FT will be watching
this week, including Tuesday's House of Commons vote to decide on
Theresa May's Brexit withdrawal deal, and a European Central Bank
meeting. Click the video news report.
Mantak Chia: Techniques to Activate The Second Brain
Mantak Chia: "We have a second brain" . Do this to activate the second brain. His techniques are already used in the ancient times and the scientist in the UK discovered this in our body. Click the video news report .
UN members adopt global migration pact | Al Jazeera
Leaders from 164 countries have agreed to a global pact that sets in
action a plan "to prevent suffering and chaos" for global migration
despite opposition and several withdrawals, including from the United
The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) was
agreed upon on Monday at an intergovernmental conference in Marrakech,
Morocco. Click the video news report.
Can the Gulf Cooperation Council survive? l Inside Story
Leaders and officials from six Gulf Nations have met in the Saudi
capital to discuss cooperation- from the economy to security - but it is
regional disunity that's dominating the summit Click the video news report.
Morocco: 7,000 participants at 8th Africities Summit
This figure reflects the extent of seriousness of challenges in African
cities. They are home to nearly 500 million inhabitants, a figure that,
according to experts, will reach one billion by 2040.... Click the video news report.
Clark: UK 'crazy' to leave EU without Brexit deal
In an interview with Sky News' Niall Paterson, business secretary Greg
Clark discusses whether the UK is ready for a no-deal Brexit.
Mr Clark believes that 'a wall of investments' awaits for businesses
under the prime ministers Brexit deal, with the CBI warning that jobs
and living standards could be ''severely'' hurt if UK leaves the EU
without a deal. Click the video news report.
Panel discussion: A single supervisor for the euro area- 5 years later, 05 December 2018
Panel discussion on "A single supervisor for the euro area- 5 years
later" at ECB colloquium "Promoting safe and sound banks in the SSM" in
honour of Danièle Nouy in Frankfurt, Click the video news report.
UK Parliament Slams May For Brexit Draft Fabrications
RT Correspondent Shadia Edwards-Dashti shares the latest on Brexit,
after Theresa May's government lost a crucial vote finding it in
contempt of Parliament for failing to publish their attorney's full
legal advice relating to the draft Brexit deal. Former UK Member
Parliament George Galloway and Conservative Political Commentator Steve
Malzberg join the show to explain what they expect to come of the next
five days of Brexit talks. Click the video news report.
The EU Is Going To War With Italy Over Its Spending Plans (HBO)
The European Union is trying to head off what it fears is another Greek-style financial crisis in the making. Click the video nes report.
Brexit backstop is 'calculated risk', Attorney General admits
The Attorney General admitted today that the draft Brexit deal was a calculated risk. Click the video news report.
Financial Crime Risk Management
KPMG firms are transforming financial crime risk management with a new
suite of products designed to improve compliance quality, enhance
customer experience and reduce cost. Click the video news report.
Why is Qatar leaving OPEC? l Inside Story
Qatar is leaving the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries,
or OPEC, the first Gulf country to pull out since joining more than half
a century ago.
Qatar plans to expand its role as the world's number one exporter of
liquefied natural gas and boost production by more than 50 percent to
110 million tonnes a year
The decision to quit OPEC comes just days before a crucial meeting of
members in Vienna to discuss cutting supplies.
Oil prices reached a four-year high of more than $80 a barrel a couple
of months ago but has now dropped to about $60. Click the video news report.
Analysis: impact of Qatar's decision to withdraw from OPEC
TRT World's Oubai Shahbandar discusses impact on global energy markets
and the future of natural gas exports as Qatar announces that it is
withdrawing its membership in OPEC Click the video news report.
ADIPEC: UAE & Saudi Arabia strike LNG deal, oil ministers talk production cuts
The Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference
gathered more than 140,000 visitors in the UAE capital for its 21st
edition....Click the video news report.
Trade deals, dancing and protests: G20 summit day one wraps up l Al Jazeera
Day one of this year's G20 summit had it all, from protests in the street to trade negotiations to dancing and a cultural show.
Leaders from the world's top economies are in Argentina for this year's event and so are protesters. Click the video news report.
Euronews speaks exclusively to Georgia's new President-elect, Salome Zurabishvili
The French-born ex-diplomat has become the first woman to hold the office....Click the video news report.
Financial Stability Review - November 2018
Solid economic growth continues to support financial stability. However,
stress in emerging market economies, concerns about sovereign debt
sustainability and rising political uncertainty all pose challenges.
What are the other potential risks to euro area financial stability over
the next two years? Find out more in our latest Financial Stability
Review: Click the video news report.
Brexit will lead to economically poorer UK says government research | Euronews
Brexit will have some sort of collateral damage for leaving the European Union."
Newly released government research has shown that Brexit will lead to an economically poorer UK. Click the video news report.
Should Spain and Portugal welcome Chinese investment? | Raw Politics
As Chinese President Xi Jinping eyes up investment opportunities in
Spain and Portugal, Raw Politics looks at whether this is wise for
Europe. ...Click the video news report.
General Motors in turmoil
US carmaker General Motors to close five North American factories and
three plants outside the continent, slashing thousands of jobs.
@SandforAlasdair tells us more on GM's restructuring and Trump's
reaction. Click tne video ews report.
'Fuel taxes will adapt to price fluctuations,' says Macron in response to gilets jaunes protests
In a response to the gilets jaunes protests across France, president
Emmanuel Macron announced fuel taxes would be adapted to price
fluctuations but that he will not reverse the policy.... Click the video news report.
City of the Future: Singapore - Full Episode | National Geographic
With visionary thinkers and innovators as the guides, City of the
Future: Singapore dives deep into the latest innovations and technology
being created and implemented to blaze a path into the future. Click the video news report.
Oil Deals May Be Key To Peace In South China Sea
The oil deals between Philippines and China is one of the best ways to secure peace.
Both sides got that deal on Tuesday. The joint oil and gas exploration
agreement was one of 29 deals inked Tuesday during Xi's two-day state
visit to Manila. It came at a time of tensions ratcheted up further by
Vice President Mike Pence during the APEC Summit this weekend which saw
the Veep basically boxing Trump into a corner on China. Click the video news report.
PM May insists her deal is the 'only possible deal'
She told reporters that it is "the best possible deal" and "the only
possible deal", and vows to do all she can to get it through parliament.
She addressed the British public directly saying it is time for the UK
to "move together" on Brexit and admitted not everyone gets what they
want. Click the video news report.
Spain's prime minister says UK's Brexit deal opens door on Gibraltar
Pedro Sanchez says new EU-UK relationship strengthens Spain's position on British enclave.... Click the video news report.
Italy budget: 'EC would be softer if Rome had mainstream government'
Brussels' reaction to Italy's budget would have been softer if it was
dealing with a more mainstream government. That was the claim of Latvian
MEP Roberts Zile, reacting on Euronews' Raw Politics programme to the
European Commission's threat of sanctions against Rome.... Click the video news report.
Berlin Wall segment saved from developers
After years of campaigning, the East Side Gallery, the famous stretch of
the Berlin Wall covered in artwork, will be preserved. It had been
threatened with demolition to make way for luxury apartments. Click the video news report.
EU Brexit summit: Which countries have an issue with the draft deal? | Raw Politics
Not every EU country is happy with the draft Brexit agreement between London and Brussels....Click the video news report.
Big infrastructure push in the Philippines
In 2017, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte launched the "Build.
Build. Build" strategy. As part of the massive infrastructure project,
leaders from China and the Philippines are set to sign a deal on a
600-kilometer railway project, which will run from Manila to Matnog in
Sorsogon. The Philippines plans to spend around 180 billion U.S. dollars
on over 75 flagship projects until 2022. That includes six new
airports, nine railway lines, three bus rapid transits, 32 roads and
bridges, and four seaports. Click the video news report.
China, Philippines lift ties to strategic cooperative partnership
Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Philippine counterpart Rodrigo
Duterte attended a joint news conference on Tuesday, agreeing to upgrade
their relations to a strategic cooperative partnership. Click the video news report.
EU WARNED: Italy likely to DITCH Euro to introduce OWN currency, financial strategist says
EU WARNED: Italy likely to DITCH Euro to introduce OWN currency,
financial strategist says
Italy's Government has refused to budge from their budget proposal for
2019 despite the European Union rejecting the plan. Brussels issued Rome
with an ultimatum, warning the bloc is prepared to severely fine the
member states if their demands are not met by the end of November. The
ongoing war of words between the Italian Republic and Eurocrats has been
fuelling forecast the country could soon abandon both the bloc and the
eurozone. Click the video news report.
EU asks UK to stick to divorce deal despite growing opposition at home
The British Prime Minister, #TheresaMay is heading to Brussels this week, to try seal the deal over #Brexit -and the #EU is expecting it to go ahead without any glitches. Click the video news report.
Papua New Guinea summit: Asian leaders at APEC event | Al Jazeera
Several world leaders are gathering in Papua New Guinea for the annual Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation - or APEC - summit. Click the video news report.
Italy's budget, German GDP data, easyJet's full-year results
The FT's Vanessa Kortekaas highlights the key stories to watch for in
the week ahead, including a European Commission ruling on Italy's
budget, Germany's third quarter GDP figures, easyJet's full-year
results, and this year's Black Friday sales. Click the video news report.
EU and UK set to sign Brexit deal on November 25
Michel Barnier has said the draft Brexit withdrawal deal can be the
start of an ambitious new partnership between EU and the UK. The EU's
chief spokesman said the draft document was a "fair and balanced
agreement". Click the video news report.
Rees-Mogg slams Theresa May with letter of no confidence
Theresa May tonight insisted she WON'T quit and stuck to her Brexit plan - as her leadership hung by a thread. Click the video news report.
Trump and Macron trade jabs over 'nationalism'
Why did the besieged French president lash out at Trump? Insight from
Yoram Hazony, author of 'The Virtue of Nationalism,' and Mark
Simokovsky, former NATO chief of staff. Click the video news report.
Oil price decline due to supply, not economic concerns?
Angel Oak Capital Advisors' Sam Dunlap on the outlook for stocks and oil prices. Click the video news report.
Merkel's vision of a tolerant Europe
The German Chancellor laid out her vision of a tolerant Europe in a
speech at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, but those on the
European left don't see her legacy in quite the same light....Click the video news report.
German MEPs react to Merkel's call for a European army | Raw Politics
German Chancellor Angela Merkel called for European unity and the
formation of a European army in an impassioned speech in Strasbourg's
European Parliament. Click the video news report.
Italy's budget tussle with Brussels
Italy is expected to resubmit a high-spending budget to the EU on
Tuesday. The Raw Politics panel discuss if austerity is the way to go to
reinvigorate Italy's economy. ...Click the video news report.
Argentina's beef industry defies economic downturn | Al Jazeera
Amid sky-high inflation, deep budget deficits, and severe unemployment, any good economic news is hard to come by in Argentina.
But one industry is booming - beef. The government wants to serve more of it to the world.
Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Buenos Aires. Click the video news report.
EU-China partnership centre stage at Global Tourism Economy Forum
Leading experts and decision-makers come together in Macao to discuss future face of travel industry,...Click the video news report.
European Growth: What? Why? And Where to from Here?
Europe's economy continued to expand in the first half of 2018, although
at a slower-than-expected pace. Driven by domestic demand, economic
activity continued to expand in the first half of 2018, the IMF said in
its latest health check of Europe's economy. Click the video news report.
Will midterm results affect Trump's foreign policy? l Inside Story
Washington looks different for Democrats after midterm elections success.
The Democrats took control of the House of Representatives while the Republicans tightened their grip on the Senate.
But it sets the stage for a different second half of President Donald Trump's first term in office.
And there could be consequences for his foreign policies. Click the video news report.
Trump clashes with EU over Iran sanctions
If the EU and the British Government want to keep trade flowing to
protect the Iran nuclear deal, it doesn't seem to be succeeding.
Donald Trump's promise to hurt businesses that trade with Iran - by
stopping them trading with the U.S - is already having an impact. Click the video news report.
SKY : Angry Donald Trump clashes with CNN reporters at news conference
Donald Trump has had a hostile exchange with a reporter from CNN over
questions of his stance on immigration and the Russia investigation. Click the video news report.
Australian Economic Update - November 2018
The economic news out of the US and in Australia was mostly positive in
October, but that didn't stop a global sharemarket correction. Click the video news report.
Global conference on air pollution highlights need for enhanced action
Air pollution is estimated to cause 7 million deaths per year and there is an urgent need to scale up the global response. For more details is Dr Maria Neira, WHO Director, Public Health and the Environment discuss the problem. Click the video news report.
America's Election HQ 11/6/2018 Midterm Elections 2018 | Results, Senate races
America's Election HQ 11/6/2018 Midterm Elections 2018 | Results, Senate races, vote counts, and more. Click the video news report.
How will Brexit affect immigration?
With the Brexit negotiations at a crunch point, the FT's Vanessa
Kortekaas explains the key numbers to know about UK immigration and what
the UK's proposals mean for EU citizens. Click the video news report.
Google's worldwide workforce walkout in protest over women's rights
Staff at Google offices around the world are staging unprecedented walkouts in protest at the treatment of women at the company. Click the video news report.
"Davos in the Desert" - Russia Sends Top Business Delegation to Saudi Arabia
To the business forum in Saudi Arabia, the Russian delegation brought
not only contracts and investment projects but also a Russian museum
exhibition which includes the works of Vasily Kandinsky and Pavel
Filonov. The forum was called "Davos in the Desert" for its scale.Click the video news report by Vesti.
UK Budget statement October 2018
The Budget statement includes: a review of how the UK economy is
performing, forecasts of how the UK economy will perform in the future
and details of any changes to taxation. Click the video news report.
UK Budget, US data, Apple and Facebook results
The FT's Veronica Kan-Dapaah previews some of the big stories to watch
this week, including the autumn UK Budget speech, US non-farm payroll
and manufacturing data, Apple and Facebook results, and the third
EU-Arab World Summit Click the video news report.
Relations between Hungary and Ukraine deterioated
between Hungary and Ukraine deterioated after Ukraine approved an
education law targeting minority languages, like Hungarian and Russian. Hungary is now blocking Ukraine's NATO ambitions until Kiev changes course. Tensions rise also because Hungary is giving passports to ethnic Hungarians living in Ukraine, challenging Ukraine law. Euronews spoke to Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó in Brussels. Click the video news report.
Trump Executive Order Stops Illegal Immigrants Kids Birthright Citizenship
The debate continue on illegal undocumented immigration in the US. Parents who are not American citizen and let thier baby born in America are the subject of the debate. The abuse use of the 14th amendment mostly by the pregnant tourist coming from China and Russia are also the topic of the debate, as of now there are about 300,000 to 400,00o American born living in the US with illegal and undocumented parents. Click the video news report.
Gus Cicala - Project Risk Management
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- Risk identification and assessment
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- Click the video demonstration by Gus Cicala.
Mexico's president-elect to scrap $13bn airport project
Mexico's president-elect is facing criticism for cancelling the building of a new airport in Mexico City.
But Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador says he's respecting the result of a referendum by the Mexican people.
Last week, voters rejected the partly built $13bn airport that the current president started in 2015. Click the video news report.
IMF World Economic Outlook, October 2018
The IMF's World Economic Outlook (WEO) says global growth is healthy but
has plateaued as risks have started to materialize. How can governments
safeguard against these risks? Read more in the October 2018 IMF WEO at
www.imf.org/weo Click the video news or the link from IMF.
Trump Might Deny Migrant Caravan Asylum At The US Mexico Border
A caravan of migrants from Handuras are going to the US. The Mexican President offer an asylum to the migrants and told that they are home and can stay at the two states of Mexico, but the migrants did not accept the offer and insist in going to the US. Click the video news debate.
Can turning plastic bottles into clothing help solve the UAE's waste problem?
The UAE is amongst the world's highest consumers of single-use plastic.
According to estimates, a single UAE resident can use around 450 plastic
water bottles per year and less than 10% of the country's total plastic
waste is currently recycled....Click the video news report.
Can the €URO surpass the DOLLAR? - VisualPolitik
The Euro is a strange animal amont the currencies. It does not represent
a single country but several of them instead: all the members of the
so-called Eurozone. So different economies have made so many famous
economist such as Milton Friedman or George Soros have severe concerns
about the future of this currency. Click the video news report.
Why is Saudi Arabia's grip on the West so strong? | The Weekly with Wendy Mesley
Why is breaking ties with Saudi Arabia so hard? Is it about oil? The
$15-billion arms deal? A former Canadian ambassador to Saudi Arabia says
there are several factors - including the fight against ISIS - that
could be influencing our relations with the kingdom. Click the video news report.
Saudi investment summit secures deals worth $56bn | Al Jazeera
Deals worth at least $56bn have been signed at this year's investment
summit in Saudi Arabia.
Many global business leaders and politicians boycotted the event after
the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. But there were still
many tempted by the lure of Saudi oil money.
Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith reports. click the video news report.
What is the Brexit Backstop? - Brexit Explained
There's a lot of talk about the Brexit backstop. This is a legal
assurance that there won't be a hard border between the Republic of and
Northern Ireland. Despite both the EU and UK agreeing on the need for a
backstop, they can't agree on what it should look like. Click the video news report.
Trudeau announces carbon tax rebate
Some provinces have been defying the federal government's carbon tax.
So, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau raised the stakes Tuesday, hoping to
win over the holdouts with cold hard cash. Click the video news report.
How Trudeau Bailed Out A Texas Pipeline | Direct From with Dena Takruri
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised action on climate change and to
repair Canada's relationship with its Indigenous population. But he's
vowed to build the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline with taxpayer
money, despite widespread opposition from Indigenous groups and
environmentalists. AJ+'s Dena Takruri heads to British Columbia to meet
the communities who have taken dramatic steps to resist this pipeline,
as well as a First Nation chief who hopes the pipeline will boost the
local economy. Click the video news report.
How to prepare for the next global recession | The Economist
A decade after the global recession, the world's economy is vulnerable
again. Ryan Avent, our economics columnist, considers how the next
recession might happen-and what governments can do about it Click the video news report.
Is this the quote that sums up Brexit? Raw Politics
Lithuania's Dalia Grybauskaitė spoke for many with her incomprehension over the UK's policy goals.... Click the video news report.
What's next for Saudi Arabia's economic dream? | Counting the Cost
The world's largest oil exporter could face international sanctions. The
cost of insuring against Saudi default has increased 32 percent, which
means investors view the country as a much riskier bet. The government
may now be forced to raise more debt at a higher cost. It's already
running a budget deficit.
The Saudi government is trying to court investment for new cities and
projects. But big names in business, media and finance, including US
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, are now boycotting the second edition
of the kingdom's prestigious economic Future Investment Initiative
(FII) conference, due to take place on October 23-25. Click the video news report.
Euronews: 360° visits the world's largest olive producer
New numbers just released by the Spanish minister of agriculture,
fisheries and food show that the export of black olives to the United
States declined by almost 70% in August this year compared to August
2017. Click the video news report.
High profile finance A-listers withdraw from Saudi conference
Among the latest names to pull out are US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, UK Trade minister Liam Fox and French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire... READ MORE : https://www.euronews.com/2018/10/18/hi...
EU Summit & Brexit: no major break-through
President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker says the EU is ready to extend the Post-Brexit transition period. Jean-Claude
Juncker, President of European Commission says, "This prolongation of
the transition period probably will happen, that's a good idea, it's not
the best idea the two of us have but I think that this is giving us
some room to prepare the future relation in the best way possible". Click the news report.
China cuts bank reserve, steers economy toward growth
China's economy is facing some external headwinds as trade tensions with
the United States drag on. But officials are confident about the
economic outlook. Several monetary and fiscal measures have been taken
to grow the Chinese economy. Chinese Finance Minister Liu Kun said the
government will provide support in a variety of ways. Click the video news report.
Issues and Challenges in World Investment
This panel discussion is held at the Geneva Press Club ahead of the
UNCTAD World Investment Forum 2018.
The World Investment Forum will take place from 22 to 26 October 2018,
at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, the United Nations Headquarters in
Europe and an international business, economic development and diplomacy
hub. Click the video discussion of the panel.
Tensions run high as Brussels reviews Italy's draft budget
the first time ever, the European Commission could reject a budget
proposal from one of its member states - and that could be Italy.
Italy's coalition government would have to borrow some €37 billion to deliver on those promises but Brussels doesn't want to add to Italy's debt as its public debt is among the highest in the EU.
The commission has two weeks to review the plan and it could then send it back for revisions if it violates EU rules. Click the video news report of the EU panels.
Fears Brexit could lead to food shortages in EU and UK l Al Jazeera
The effects of a no-deal Brexit will be felt in the Dutch port of Rotterdam, crucial for the movement of goods into the UK, perhaps more than anywhere else. The Netherlands government is beginning to plan for a worst-case scenario - no deal at all - as are other European capitals. Brexit supporters have dismissed worries about food shortages as scaremongering, but with Rotterdam alone sending half of the UK's summer intake of tomatoes, if no deal is reached, some amount of disruption seems inevitable. Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports.
Trump accused of siding with Saudi in Khashoggi 'murder' case l Al Jazeera
US President Donald Trump has stepped back from condemning Saudi Arabia
over its alleged involvement in the disappearance of Saudi journalist
Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. He has put forth the
Saudi media's narrative of "rogue killers" as a possible scenario.
Turkish authorities said they have evidence showing that Khashoggi was
murdered in the consulate and are sending in a forensic team to the
building for an investigation.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is on his way to Riyadh to discuss the
case with the Saudi King and is also expected to travel to Turkey.
Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from Washington. Click the video news report.
How will Saudi deal with stock market plunge? l Inside Story
The disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is hitting the Saudi economy.
Stocks plunged almost 7 percent in early trading on Sunday, wiping out all the gains it had made since the start of the year. Click the video news report.
Netherlands: Iran dismisses US objections at ICJ hearings on frozen assets
The legal team of the Islamic Republic of Iran moved to reject US
objections in its preliminary statements at a hearing regarding Iran's
frozen assets, which was held at the International Court of Justice
(ICJ) in The Hague on Wednesday. Click the video news report.
Bosnia: the country with three presidents | Al Jazeera
Could you imagine a country being run by three presidents? This is how
the political system works in Bosnia and Herzegovina. And it is one of
the most complicated systems in the world. Click the video news report.
Unilever drops plan for UK HQ move
Unilever has scrapped plans to abandon Britain after 133 years for the Netherlands after a shareholder rebellion handed chief executive Paul Polman a major defeat in his effort to transform the company's structure. Click the video news report.
Post-Brexit: Plans to reduce low-skilled migration into UK unveiled
Theresa May announces plans on immigration after Brexit which she hopes will attract higher skilled workers to the UK ... Click the video news report.
What Will Happen to Humans Before 2050?
If you ever dream of being able to see the future, this video is
something just for you. Nowadays you don't need to be a psychic to
predict the future, sometimes it's enough to just analyze the present.
Here're the events that are planned to happen or will probably happen by
the year 2050. Click the video presented to you by Bright Side.
Pushing Risk Out of Banks Encourages Shadow Banking
Ronald O'Hanley of State Street Corp discusses how pushing risk out of
banks encourages shadow banking at the 2018 Milken Institute Global
Conference. Click the video report. Click link for more interesting videos by milkeninstitute.org - Finance Global Conference 2018.
Global Private Equity Outlook
Private equity raised an all-time record amount of capital in 2017.
Fueled by low yields and investors' willingness to forgo traditional
risk protections, it is expected to play a growing role in financial
markets. But industry leaders are split on whether the size of the funds
and dry powder constitute a bubble. Will the golden age of private
equity continue? Or has the market turned a corner? How would global
markets absorb all of that cash? And as the number of public-traded
companies shrink, will private equity become the more popular market?
How will interest rates impact the deals that have been financed with
cheap debt? Click the video news report.