Flexibility, technology and entrepreneurship are the watchwords in the modern work market. Now how about devising the financial services to match?
A cloudy economic forecast, the continued march of tech and the resurgence of empathy should all be on the altruist's radar this year.
China's slowdown and trade tensions are all weighting, according to the latest update to the IMF's World Economic Outlook.
The global economy is increasingly digitized, and new tax measures that specifically target the digital sector could be damaging to growth, argues Gillian Tans, CEO of booking.com.
We might see slow, steady global economic growth in 2019 - but the reality is more likely to be nerve-wracking, argues Harvard Economist Kenneth Rogoff.
Bots, machine learning and distributed ledgers all have great potential to streamline financial services, if we keep in mind the people using them.
The last global crash reduced the means available to governments to limit the fallout from economic downturn. Which is why international planning remains vital.
Harnessed correctly, the world's fast-moving digital finance revolution might just help us meet the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals.
Urbanization across the planet means exploding demand for new infrastructure – but distributed ledger technology promises access to much wider sources of capital that can help fund it.
Having a bank account and using digital payments are just the foundations of financial inclusion. Now India has addressed these basics, the government and private sector must take the fol...
This visualisation takes a look at debt to GDP ratios across the world in 2017.
The Euro weathered the storm of a global financial crisis and has taught us valuable lessons over its first 20 years.
Americans are becoming less reliant on physical currency. Roughly three-in-ten U.S. adults (29%) say they make no purchases using cash during a typical week, up slightly from 24% in 2015....
In most countries around the world, there are large internal wage disparities between cities (Moretti 2011, Combes et al. 2008). Germany is no exception. In 2014, the average hourly wage ...
Housing markets play a critical role in the monetary transmission mechanism. Persistent changes in monetary policy rates affect both variable and fixed mortgage rates. Changes in the latt...