The K@W Network:
The 10 ASEAN nations are awaiting the inauguration of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump with growing trepidation.
Political transitions on both sides of the Pacific will figure heavily in China's efforts to keep its economy on track.
Wharton’s Benjamin Keys and Columbia’s Christopher Mayer offer a roadmap for the privatization of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel and the Philadelphia Federal Reserve’s Patrick Harker discuss what lies ahead as the Trump administration assumes office this month.
The fallout of a controversial monetary move could potentially derail a proposed goods and services tax, among other effects.
Latin America’s major nations are hoping that this will be the year that they finally recover from the lingering impact of weak commodity prices.
Wharton’s Benjamin Keys finds that the minimum payment on credit card statements is often an anchor that consumers use to decide how much to pay even if they could afford[…]
A recent Wharton report examines what can be done to improve coverage and minimize risks.
OPEC'S production cuts may boost oil prices a bit more. But higher prices would quickly bring idle U.S. shale production back online, limiting future price gains.
The merger of State Bank of India with its associates is raising a host of questions, including whether the combined entity will increase systemic risk in the banking sector.