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Alexis Tsipras has Greece’s mandate for economic reforms. Now, he must ensure political stability and prioritize economic growth to ease the pain of austerity measures, say experts.
Emerging markets used to be seen as the “new economic locomotive.” But many of them – including Brazil and South Africa – are feeling the brunt of China’s economic slowdown[…]
As the U.S. Federal Reserve gleans interest rate signals from inflation, job growth and global markets, it needs to show more clarity and consistency in its actions, say Wharton experts.
China's slowing growth and financial volatility is rippling through the global economy and is causing devaluations and an economic slowdown across Asia. Wharton finance professor Franklin Allen outlines the risks.
After the housing bubble burst, people were quick to lay blame on sub-prime lenders and borrowers. New research casts doubt on that premise.
Brazil’s recent credit rating downgrade is a wakeup call for the country to fix its economy. How can it restore confidence among investors and lenders?
Skittish investors seeking safety have poured a lot of money into corporate bond mutual funds in recent years. Which raises the question: What happens when that flow reverses?
India's government has made financial inclusion a major priority. Will the new initiatives work?
A high number of retirees have equity in a home that could generate income, but few tap its potential. Wharton’s Jack Guttentag offers suggestions on how the reverse mortgage market[…]
China’s all-out efforts to address fears over its growth prospects have raised fresh questions about the underlying factors affecting its economy.