Chinese bank failures, loan defaults and supply-chain disruptions would put a dent in global GDP, writes Brian Frank.
When you buy shares in a company, it’s worth keeping in mind the possibility that it could fail, and you could lose…
Democratic presidential candidates across the ideological spectrum are calling for taxes on financial trades, breathing new life into an idea that for many years was promoted primarily in progressive
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Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei meets with Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah. Iran created and is the main sponsor of the Lebanese-based Shi’ite terrorist group. (Photo: Office of the Supreme Leader, File) (CNSNews.com) – The Iranian regime’s devotion to supporting violent groups from Hezbollah to Hamas to anti-U.S. militias in Iraq is set to take a further toll on its already precarious financial situation. A global anti-money laundering and terror-financing watchdog announced it will impose “countermeasures” for Iran’s failure to clean up its act. Since 2016 the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has held off on taking the step, giving Iran time to comply with international standards on countering terror finance. After several extensions and a final warning last October, the 39-member
Asian shares extended losses on Tuesday amid fears the coronavirus was rapidly mutating into a pandemic that could cripple global supply chains and wreak far greater economic damage than first thought. Sovereign bond yields dived as investors sought the most liquid of safe havens and wagered central
Scipio bioscience, a Paris-based biotechnology company, developing a new generation of single-cell sequencing solutions, announces today that it has secured a €6.0 M Series A financing from an international syndicate led by M Ventures (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), the corporate venture capital arm of
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Whilst it may not be a huge deal, we thought it was good to see that the Alligator Bioscience AB (publ) (STO:ATORX…
Intuit wants to manage more of your financial data. The TurboTax developer has bought Credit Karma, best known for helping people track and control their credit, for $7.1 billion in cash and stock. It intends to use Credit Karma to craft a “personalized financial assistant” that provides insights