2019-20, Issue 3

November 14, 2019

Just as we thought our worries from the last crisis was over, there have been multiple warning signs that the next one is imminent; inverted yield curves, eurozone slowdown, static low interest rates, and even the creation of instruments su...

February 15, 2019

Artificial Intelligence is beginning to branch into the financial sector, raising questions as to whether humans will be completely displaced by these high performance machines. Banks can now purchase robots that can replicate human activit...

December 3, 2018

Global oil prices have crashed 30% over the past 7 weeks due to excessive production in leading oil exporting countries. Brent and Crude oil prices are now at their lowest point since October 2017. Oil continues to be an essential commodity...

November 12, 2018

A recent meeting held by the Monetary Policy Committee has ended with the Bank of England leaving interest rates unchanged at 0.75%. This decision comes 1 year after the first increase in rates since July 2007. Mark Carney, governor of the...

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