COVID-19 Geopolitical Challenges
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COVID-19: The Path to Financial Stability, Policy Responses, and Geopolitical Challenges

Technically, de-urbanization would further slow down economic growth. Unlike developed nations, the continuous movement of individuals from rural regions to expanding city areas has become vital to reduce poverty in developing countries. That said, there is a need for better economic policies to ensure financial stability for cosmopolitan cities that may have long-term consequences. Responses Read More…

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A Fresh Viewpoint on Pricing and Revenue for Financial Institutions is Possible

The financial sector has been also hard-hit by the global crisis following the COVID-19 outbreak. One major consequence is the downfall of the stock market that has reduced the value of the client’s assets managed by banks and other entities. While loan inquiries stack, the credit risk rises at the same time, thus producing more Read More…

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Putin and Trump Debate Oil Markets Comeback Ahead of the OPEC+ Meeting

The presidents of the USA and Russia, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, gathered a few days ahead of the producer’s alliance to review the OPEC+ deals and the forecasts of incoming cutbacks in the crude production. Last Monday, the Kremlin stated about the conference between both presidents that the multilateral agreement backed by the American Read More…