Posts Tagged ‘Podcast’

Japan’s austerity lessons, What to expect from Brexit negotiations

Japan’s austerity lessons, What to expect from Brexit negotiations
.. Japan’s austerity lessons, What to expect from Brexit negotiations Thursday 5 March 2020  –   Vol.11 Ed.10.3 Commentary: Japan’s austerity lessons By Marco Annunziata in San Francisco They say insanity is doing the same thing over and over but expecting different results. Judging...
March 5th, 2020 | Banking, Comment, Markets, Trade and Commerce | Read More

Awkward truths on UK campaign trail, Project financing for infrastructure development

Awkward truths on UK campaign trail, Project financing for infrastructure development
UK PM Boris Johnson Awkward truths on UK campaign trail, Project financing for infrastructure development Wednesday 20 November 2019 Vol.10 Ed.47.2 Commentary: Awkward truths on UK campaign trail By John Nugée in London When UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson finally succeeded in persuading parliament...
November 20th, 2019 | Comment, Construction, Finance, Markets, Politics and Government | Read More

‘Only one justification’ for fresh ECB QE, Libra: Practicalities, technology, and the future of payments

‘Only one justification’ for fresh ECB QE, Libra: Practicalities, technology, and the future of payments
‘Only one justification’ for fresh ECB QE, Libra: Practicalities, technology, and the future of payments Wednesday 30 October 2019  –  Vol.10 Ed.44.2 Commentary: Only one justification for fresh ECB QE By Valentin Lazea in Bucharest In November the European Central Bank will restart...
October 30th, 2019 | Banking, Conferences, Seminars, Forums, Finance | Read More

Europe’s fiscal fisticuffs, Examining prospects for monetary and fiscal policy coordination

Europe’s fiscal fisticuffs, Examining prospects for monetary and fiscal policy coordination
Europe’s fiscal fisticuffs, Examining prospects for monetary and fiscal policy coordination Thursday 17 October 2019  –  Vol.10 Ed.42.3 Commentary: Europe’s fiscal fisticuffs By Chris Papadopoullos in London The macroeconomic consensus favours fiscal easing in Europe, but those countries...
October 17th, 2019 | Banking, Comment, Finance | Read More

Zambia’s infrastructure habit, Super-fast politics podcast

Zambia’s infrastructure habit, Super-fast politics podcast
Commentary: Zambia’s infrastructure habit By Max Roch in London Infrastructure development in Zambia is a powerful tool for swaying public opinion. However, despite its importance to economic growth, it is contentious. Past projects are associated with high costs, opaque tender processes and rising...
November 14th, 2018 | Banking, Comment, Insight, Markets | Read More

BDA Podcast: What is Bermuda’s competitive edge?

BDA Podcast: What is Bermuda’s competitive edge?
Hamilton, Bermuda, July, 2016—BDA CEO Ross Webber and Business Development Manager Sean Moran spoke to Bernews podcaster Chris Famous recently about the agency’s strategies, successes and goals, including new incorporations and major industry events on the island. What is Bermuda’s competitive...
July 19th, 2016 | Communication, Markets | Read More