Falling prices for mortgage-backed securities contributed to the 2008–9 financial market turmoil, but the AAA-rated subprime segment performed better than other market segments.
New Zealand’s parliament passed a law on Wednesday to ban many non-resident foreigners from buying existing homes.
"We need to look at the financial sector much more broadly if we are to prevent a repeat of 2008."
The key to understanding the real cost of UBI is understanding the difference between the gross (or upfront) and net (or real) cost.
Lowering of the minimum claiming age in 1961 reduced average monthly income and increased the poverty rate in old age for male-headed households.
Start-ups funded via business loans tend to outperform those using personal loans or having no loans at all.
The global middle class is expanding as developing countries imitate successful institutions and policies from developed nations.
The US stock market has a long history of heavy hitters.
Across the world, high levels of pay inequality still exists.
A new IMF assessment of the Chinese economy looks at the growth, digitalization and rebalancing efforts.
Propelled by rocketing share prices, the iPhone-making tech giant races ahead of Amazon, Alphabet and Microsoft.
This chart shows that while job markets are generally healthier than during the 2008 financial crisis, some OECD countries have fared better than others.
Economics needs to consider freedom of choice when establishing policy, writes a professor of economics.
How should prudential regulators deal with global banks that are 'too big to fail'? Many see bank resolution as the key element in dealing with this challenge (FDIC and Bank of England 20...
Unicorns, a statistical rarity in the business world, are becoming more common in China, with Beijing birthing 29 unicorns since 2012.