World Bank announces $12B in immediate financing to combat coronavirus

World Bank announces $12B in immediate financing to combat coronavirus

S. Korea’s central bank likely to cut benchmark rate to 1% amid COVID-19 outbreak

S. Korea’s central bank likely to cut benchmark rate to 1% amid COVID-19 outbreak

South Korea Central Bank is widely expected to cut its benchmark interest rate to a record low of 1 percent of the stirs day to help counter the economic impact caused by the ongoing coronavirus outbreak if that happens it would be the bank of Korea’s third reduction in just seven months the potential rate

How did banks get “too big to fail”?

How did banks get “too big to fail”?

JPMorgan Chase … maybe you’ve heard of it? If it was a country, it would have the Bigger than Brazil. Bigger than the Canada. Bigger than Russia. Hi. I’m Justin Johnson from Attapulgus, GA and I’ve always wondered The five biggest banks in the U.S. hold almost half the assets of the country’s entire banking

S. Korea’s central bank holds benchmark interest rate at 1.25%

S. Korea’s central bank holds benchmark interest rate at 1.25%

South Korea Central Bank freezes is key rate today during its monetary policy meeting for more on this we have our mg Jung on the line for us now to tell us more about this decision Jun the Bank of Korea on Thursday kept its benchmark rate at one point two five percent for February

Robert Reich | Talks at Google

Robert Reich | Talks at Google

>>Kent: Good morning everybody. It’s my honor to introduce Secretary Robert Reich to Google today. Secretary Reich, as I’m sure all of you know, served with three different administrations including most notably being Secretary of Labor in the Clinton Administration. In taking a look at some background notes, I saw that Time Magazine had named

How Is Today’s America Different from 100 Years Ago? (w Grant Williams, Neil Howe & Harald Malmgren)

How Is Today’s America Different from 100 Years Ago? (w Grant Williams, Neil Howe & Harald Malmgren)

GRANT WILLIAMS: Our conversation about what generational change means to politics have been fascinating. But this had led me to another, perhaps even larger question. Do you think capitalism is under threat? There’s been a lot of talk about capitalism being under threat or the end of capitalism. What’s your take on that? HARALD MALMGREN:

How Bankruptcy Really Works | AJ+

How Bankruptcy Really Works | AJ+

Bankruptcy is expensive AF. For many consumers bankruptcy is out of reach entirely. The idea that they would ever be able to come up with the money in order to pay for a lawyer either for chapter 7 or for chapter 13 is not a realistic possibility. Commercials like this one are aimed at the

🔴 Why Stocks, Bonds and Gold Are All Rallying (w/ Chris Verrone)

🔴 Why Stocks, Bonds and Gold Are All Rallying (w/ Chris Verrone)

Welcome to real visions trade ideas today. We’re sitting down with Chris Varon a partner at strategist great to have you back It’s great to be here So there’s a lot of stuff going on in the markets after the Fed had a little bit of a dovish Pivot last week. We saw gold stocks

Repaying Student Loans in a Difficult Economy

Repaying Student Loans in a Difficult Economy

Hello and welcome to Your Money 2.0. I’m Thomas Fox, community outreach director of Cambridge Credit Counseling. Job seekers everywhere are finding out that the struggling economy has changed the rules of employment our country. Not too long ago, a college degree practically guaranteed a good-paying job but these days that’s no longer the case.

Unraveling the Central Banks’ Misbehavior (w/ Jim Grant & Bill Fleckenstein)

Unraveling the Central Banks’ Misbehavior (w/ Jim Grant & Bill Fleckenstein)

Jim Grant: Hello. I’m Jim Grant. I am with my friend, Bill Fleckenstein. And let me just say that I met Bill during the panic of 1907. And we have known each other so long, we could almost—Bill Fleckenstein: Almost finish each others’ sentences. JG: It’s true. I think, actually, we got to know each