January 16, 2022
  • January 16, 2022

Economists blame technology more for increasing inequality

by on January 11, 2022 0

Yet the technological shift evolved as the growth of post-secondary education slowed and businesses began to spend less on training their workers. “When technology, education and training move together, you achieve shared prosperity,” said Lawrence Katz, labor economist at Harvard. “Otherwise, you don’t. “ The increase in international trade has tended to encourage companies...

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Emerging economies “must prepare for Fed tightening and threats to global recovery”

by on January 10, 2022 0

The resurgence of the pandemic and the faster tightening of the US Federal Reserve pose risks to the global recovery and emerging economies should brace themselves for episodes of economic turmoil, according to the International Monetary Fund. In addition to the endemic variant of Omicron, pressures from the supply side and the Fed’s decision...

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PH 2022 growth forecasts reduced to 7.1%

by on January 9, 2022 0

A further economic reopening during the Christmas holidays last year likely boosted growth in 2021, but the surge in COVID-19 infections earlier this year is expected to temper the expansion of gross domestic product (GDP), according to updated forecasts from investment banking giant Goldman Sachs. In a Jan. 8 report, Goldman Sachs Economics Research...

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Specialty Insurance Market Expected to Experience Staggering Growth by 2027 | Zurich, Hudson, Ironshore

by on January 7, 2022 0

theGlobal Specialty Insurance Market Reportassesses developments relevant to the insurance industry and identifies key risks and vulnerabilities for the specialty insurance industry in order to educate stakeholders on current and future scenarios. To obtain a complete assessment and market estimates, a large list of insurers, aggregators and agencies have been factored into the coverage;...

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January 2002: Greece enters the euro zone

by on January 5, 2022 0

The European Parliament commemorates the 20th anniversary of the euro. Credit / Wikimedia Commons It has been twenty years since Greece joined the euro zone, an anniversary that has been overshadowed by the spread of the omicron COVID-19 variant. 20 years ago this month, Prime Minister Costas Simitis went to an ATM and removed...

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Risks to growth require a “light” policy on inflation

by on January 5, 2022 0

The global economic shutdown we experienced in mid-2020 was unique in recent history for its ability to disrupt the flow of goods, services and labor around the world. Since then, regionalised shutdowns in response to the resurgence of Covid-19 infections have been implemented periodically, often with very little warning. Global supply chains have been...

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Definition of financial coach

by on January 4, 2022 0

What is a financial coach? Financial Coach is a relatively new term for someone offering their services to help others with money related issues. Unlike some other financial professionals, financial coaches are not licensed and can vary widely in their expertise. Financial coaches can also be referred to as financial wellness coaches, money coaches,...

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