Planning technology is driving a new breed of organisation, according to a newly published benchmark briefing from...
How pessimistic are you about the state of the European economy? We have a sort of two-tier economy: on the one side, we have manufacturing and exports, and on the other, we have services and domestic demand. Manufacturing and exports are clearly underperforming...
Two major reports on the implementation of unconventional monetary policy tools have outlined processes behind 'some market malfunctioning'.  [embedded content] Philip Lowe, Chair of the Committee on the Global Financial System, and Jacqueline Loh, Chair of the Markets Committee discuss two major reports on the implementation and impli...
Germany reportedly wants Northern Ireland to stay in the customs union indefinitely. Downing street source calls deal "essentially impossible not just now but ever"
China, Brexit tensions crush outlook Global gridlock in trade talks is threatening a stormy fourth quarter for markets as little glimmer of resolution is on the horizon. Talks resumed between the US and China, face particular challenges as Washington blacklisted Chinese companies over Beijing’s...
Proposal "substantially short" Hong Kong’s bourse had abandoned its bid for a takeover of the London Stock Exchange, following a rejection from LSE shareholders. In its rejection LSE management stated the proposed bid was "substantially short" of an appropriate valuation.          "The board of HKEX is disappointed...
Delegates from the US government are positive that progress could be made in trade talks, ahead of meetings with China this week.
The US has ramped up trade tensions with the European Union, slapping tariffs on a range of goods from planes to cheese and whisky to punish what it claims are unfair subsidies.
Need for regulation mounts as pensions and retirement income sector experiencing 'profound change'
SPEECH Madrid, 3 October 2019 A decade after the global financial crisis, the level of economic activity in the euro area remains disappointingly low. It took nine years for real per capita GDP to surpass its 2007 level. Likewise, euro area inflation has stubbornly remained below the ECB’s aim for much of the past decade.