It has emerged as a new tool to prevent financial vulnerabilities in the banking sector and mitigate the possible impact in case of a meltdown
Modern Monetary Theory is a special case that applies to some economies such as the United States.
The challenge for policymakers will be to make sure that deleveraging happens in an orderly fashion.
We always ignore culture and values and work towards the balance sheets only to be surprised in the next financial crisis
From mid January 2008 to mid September 2008, Nifty lost 35 percent of value. Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy on September 15, 2008, and Nifty lost another 25 percent in the next 3 months to 3,000 level by the year-end, says Aishvarya Dadheech of Ambit Principal Investment.
The research, which drew from World Bank, Heritage index and Global Trade Alert figures, also found that the United States and European Union were each responsible for more than 1,000 of the restrictions.
Stocks which delivered multibagger return include names like Eicher Motors, followed by Aurobindo Pharma, IndusInd Bank, Lupin, Asian Paints, and Maruti Suzuki, Motilal Oswal said in a report.
Global banking regulators on Tuesday postponed the approval of new capital rules designed to avert a repeat of the financial crisis, saying they needed more time to finalise the long-awaited and contentious reform.
The state-controlled British bank said on Monday it had agreed a deal with three of the five investor groups involved in the lawsuit to pay out 800 million pounds (USD 1 billion) to be split across all five of the groups.
The claimants' filings allege senior managers were warned by internal risk experts for more than six months that overvalued toxic debt, including subprime mortgage bonds, had left the bank dangerously exposed to a collapse in US property prices.
US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew told CNBC on Monday the global market turmoil from Britain's vote to leave the European Union doesn't look like the makings of another financial crisis.
Corporate India in aggregate is reporting positive free cash flow (FCF) for the second time in two decades and the reversal in the aggregate FCF augurs well for medium term corporate spending and therefore for growth.
Paulson & Co.'s merger arbitrage fund, the firm's largest fund with around 60 percent of the hedge fund's total capital, was able to keep performance relatively stable, ending December up about 2 percent and closing the year down approximately 3 percent.
"In many countries the financial sector still has weaknesses and in emerging markets the financial risks are increasing. All of that means global growth will be disappointing and uneven in 2016," IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said.
Lawrence Summers, Former Treasury Secretary of the United States and President Emeritus of Harvard University, today called for the Federal Reserve to up its interest rate for the first time in nine years, saying it would be prudent to do so.
The lower growth in the US economy is not a hangover from the Great Recession, Bernanke said, noting that more capital investment is needed to boost growth.
The global financial services major said pay/allowances could rise by 16 percent following the roll out of the Seventh Pay Commission.
Concerns over a slowdown in China have dented confidence, while investors have also fretted over the impact on emerging markets of an imminent increase in interest rates by the US Fed.
Fed officials have said that they do not need to see prices accelerate to start raising rates after six years near zero, and "lift-off" appears nearly ordained by a 5.3 percent unemployment rate, the lowest since April of 2008.
The S&P 500 can rise to 3,200 within two years, a more than 50 percent upside from its current level, bullish investor Laszlo Birinyi said Tuesday.
In some cases loan accounts that had already been restructured turned sour, resulting in so-called slippage.
Under pressure to show he has a plan to fix the economy, Putin told an end-of-year news conference the actions of the central bank and government had been "adequate" in a crisis he blamed on external factors.
Residential mortgage-backed securities, or RMBS, were one of the main drivers of the Global Financial Crisis. Investment banks bought housing loans of increasingly questionable quality, packaged them into securities and re-sold them into the market.
Jim O'Neil, former chairman of Goldman Asset Management Company says IMF is also predicting that the world economy will grow at 3.8 percent next year, which is not getting enough attention.
Six years after Lehman Brothers collapsed, the global economy continues to face various risks, some because authorities either did not do enough to fight the worst global recession since the Great Depression, some because they did too much.