Indonesia plans to overhaul its energy policy to attract investment of as much as $200 billion over the next decade as the former OPEC member seeks to reverse a decline in its crude oil production.
Nigeria’s latest attempt to ease the dollar shortage choking its economy is dependent on traders trusting the central bank.
Iron ore stockpiles are growing in China, home prices are showing signs of slowing nationwide and bond yields are at their highest level since August 2015. Does this combination of factors signal China’s economy is about to hit a rough patch?
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Further weakness in Chile’s labor market could give the central bank reason to cut its key interest rate again following a surprise reduction earlier this month, the board’s president said.
Banks are expected to invest more than 20 billion dollars in technology in 2017, and the regulatory challenge will receive a significant amount of it.
Geopolitical upheavals, global regulations and technological disruptions are redefining the investment universe, forcing the fund industry to rethink their investing models and strategies.
The Chinese and U.S. stock markets are going in opposite directions. The divergence means the two markets are the least in tune since August 2008 -- just before the collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.
In order to realize the full potential of machine learning in finance, it’s critical in these early days to understand what the system is doing, how it’s learning, and what data it’s using.