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Mar 22 2020
Finance is the study of money and how it is used. Specifically, it deals with the questions of how an individual, company or government acquires the money needed - called capital in the company context - and how they then spend or invest that money. Finance is, correspondingly, often split into three areas: personal finance, corporate finance and public finance.Wikipedia
Oct 08 2012
History has shown that monetary stability — money growth consistent with a stable and predictable value of money — is an important determinant of economic stability. As capital markets become more sophisticated, they are simultaneously more crucial to the functioning of a complex economy and more difficult for policymakers to understand. Cato's analysts study the workings of the capitalCato Institute
May 22 2020
The ways Americans are spending, saving and using their money during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic have become a measuring stick for evaluating the outbreak's financial impact on the general public. While some individuals are closing their small business for good or unable to make credit card payments, others are spending stimulus checks on non-essential items.
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Feb 04 2020
A group of 16 Senators urged 11 of the largest U.S. banks to update their environmental and climate policies to prohibit funding for oil and gas drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
The call came in a letter from Sen. Martin Heinrich, D-N.M., member of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee and the Senate Democrats' Special Committee on the Climate Crisis.Newsmax (News)
Apr 20 2022
Every April, the world's finance ministers and other economic policy leaders descend on Washington for the spring meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank. Things feel different this year — and not just because D.C. has had a stubbornly late-arriving spring.
Why it matters: The world is facing profound economic challenges — global supply shortages caused by pandemicAxios
Aug 03 2020
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May 06 2015
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May 26 2022
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has made an adjustment to his financing plan for his proposed $44 billion purchase of Twitter.
The revision would cut $6.25 billion from the lending package Musk had previously lined up for the Twitter buyout, according to a regulatory statement.
That means Musk will need to raise that sum in stock commitments instead of debt. That brings the equity portion ofFox Business
Jun 07 2022
The global economy may be headed for years of weak growth and rising prices, a toxic combination that will test the stability of dozens of countries still struggling to rebound from the pandemic, the World Bank warned Tuesday.
Not since the 1970s — when twin oil shocks sapped growth and lifted prices, giving rise to the malady known as “stagflation” — has the global economy faced such aWashington Post