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Part 2: The malignancy of uncertainty

World Finance speaks with Kevin Gardiner author of Making Sense of Markets, who says fortune favours the brave, and economic imbalances are choking Greece

World Finance speaks with Kevin Gardiner author of Making Sense of Markets, who says fortune favours the brave, and economic imbalances are choking Greece

Author looks at austerity and lack of hopes for prosperity across the EU may squeeze Greece further Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Part 1: The malignancy of negativity

World Finance speaks with Kevin Gardiner author of Making Sense of Markets, who says the greatest enemy to markets is pessimism

World Finance speaks with Kevin Gardiner author of Making Sense of Markets, who says the greatest enemy to markets is pessimism

The doom and gloom strangling global markets is stifling growth and further widespread pessimism is forcing investors to miss out on valuable opportunities. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Trans-Pacific Partnership’s greatest ally: Jack Ma?

Murray Hiebert of the Center for Strategic and International Studies says Jack Ma’s support for TPP comes from signatories being key to global ambitions

Murray Hiebert of the Center for Strategic and International Studies says Jack Ma’s support for TPP comes from signatories being key to global ambitions

Asia specialist tells World Finance that China is likely to be a late signatory to TPP, which Ma is preparing for. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Ponomarenko: Chinese liquidity injection restored faith in Ukraine’s banking system

Lead member of the National Bank of Ukraine calls a currency swap with China as the “biggest and brightest” point in the country’s recent history

Lead member of the National Bank of Ukraine calls a currency swap with China as the “biggest and brightest” point in the country’s recent history

Serhii Ponomarenko, Director of Open Market Operations Department of the National Bank of Ukraine, speaks to World Finance about how the Bilateral Currency Swap Agreement remains a key trigger in rebuilding the country’s depressed marketplace. ...

Working 9-5 to avoid a breakdown

World Finance speaks with Linda Holbeche, author of the Agile Organization on if we should rethink the standard working week

World Finance speaks with Linda Holbeche, author of the Agile Organization on if we should rethink the standard working week

Global productivity figures are down, and some countries have found changes to the standard 9-5 are increasing those figures. ...

Is Germany the lynchpin in keeping the single currency alive?

Economist John Mills and former financial attaché for the Netherlands at the EU Hans Hack speak to World Finance about the role Germany will play in securing a future for the EU

Economist John Mills and former financial attaché for the Netherlands at the EU Hans Hack speak to World Finance about the role Germany will play in securing a future for the EU

Economists debate whether Germany can be trusted to accept mutual acceptance of credit risk and other structural reforms to keep the single currency alive. ...

Is manufacturing the centrepiece for EU economic revival?

Economists debate whether refocusing the continent’s economic strength on manufacturing can be accomplished with a greater centralisation of EU power

Economists debate whether refocusing the continent’s economic strength on manufacturing can be accomplished with a greater centralisation of EU power

Economist John Mills and former financial attaché for the Netherlands at the EU Hans Hack speak to World Finance about the financial tools necessary to regain control of the continent’s manufacturing base from emerging market rivals. ...

It’s easy to say ‘Save for the future': Brazil’s pension challenge

Brazil's history of hyper-inflation has created a generation without long-term financial planning skills, says Alfredo Lalia

Brazil’s history of hyper-inflation has created a generation without long-term financial planning skills, says Alfredo Lalia

Brazil's pension system is one of the most generous in the world - and with its ageing population, increasingly overburdened. Alfredo Lalia, CEO of HSBC Insurance Brazil, explains why Brazilians can find it hard to plan for retirement, and the reforms cur...

The yuan on the world stage

World Finance speaks with Patrick Chovanec Chief Strategist at Silvercrest Asset Management to find out the next stages for the RMB

World Finance speaks with Patrick Chovanec Chief Strategist at Silvercrest Asset Management to find out the next stages for the RMB

The RMB has become a globally renowned and traded currency but what does this mean for the rest of the world? ...

Collateral damage: China’s property market gets reality check

World Finance speaks with Patrick Chovanec, Chief Strategist at Silvercrest Asset Management to find out how China’s property boom was a bubble waiting to burst

World Finance speaks with Patrick Chovanec, Chief Strategist at Silvercrest Asset Management to find out how China’s property boom was a bubble waiting to burst

China is bailing out the country’s heavily indebted local governments, relying on trusted methods to keep its financial system stable despite promises to allow market forces to play a greater role ...

Reduce, reuse, recycle: Where are you in the circular economy?

As the concept of sustainability becomes more deeply embedded in the fabric of society and the economy, the notion of the circular economy has started to gain traction

As the concept of sustainability becomes more deeply embedded in the fabric of society and the economy, the notion of the circular economy has started to gain traction

World Finance speaks with ING’s chief economist Mark Cliffe on the risks and opportunities this presents. ...

Malmgren: Diversifying away from China key to global retail success

Dr Pippa Malmgren argues Zara transcended economic chaos by not relying on Chinese manufacturing that is vulnerable to global shocks

Dr Pippa Malmgren argues Zara transcended economic chaos by not relying on Chinese manufacturing that is vulnerable to global shocks

World Finance speaks to economist about her new book Signals. In it, she highlights how even Chinese manufacturers are diversifying their production in the face of another geopolitical crisis. ...

Chang: Japan will hurt if Western-style governance reforms adopted

Award-winning economist defends Japan’s traditional mode of corporate governance, focusing instead on an ad hoc approach to reform

Award-winning economist defends Japan’s traditional mode of corporate governance, focusing instead on an ad hoc approach to reform

Ha-Joon Chang, author of Economics: The User’s Guide, speaks to World Finance about key corporate governance reforms in Japan, including dismantling the old boys’ network. ...

Malmgren: China not the endgame for luxury goods – sell to Texas

Economist argues that designers focused on only selling in China are missing a larger customer base

Economist argues that designers focused on only selling in China are missing a larger customer base

World Finance speaks to Dr Pippa Malmgren about her new book Signals that highlights the signals luxury goods firms should focus on when appealing to high net worth individuals. ...

SDR and the new yuan

World Finance speaks with ING’s chief economist Mark Cliffe to find out what impact the internationalisation of the RMB will have

World Finance speaks with ING’s chief economist Mark Cliffe to find out what impact the internationalisation of the RMB will have

The IMF is currently considering including the RMB into its special drawing rights basket however should the organisation even be looking beyond the Yuan? ...

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