Category : Banking crisis
Banks have been fined $243 billions since the financial crisis
Banks have been sanctioned and payed shocking fineds for a total of $243 billion since the last financial crisis.
House votes to ease bank rules, sending bill to Trump's desk
The House voted to pass a bill to roll back regulations on all but the largest banks.
Why European Banks Are in Trouble
2018, that is about 291 percent of GDP. European banks are in trouble for several reasons.
Lagging inflation and indecisiveness could delay Bank of Japan’s exit from easing
The Bank of Japan’s preferred inflation gauge fell for the second straight month in April, dropping from 0.9 percent in the previous month to 0.7 percent, as consumer prices refuse to cooperate with the BOJ’s 2 percent inflation target, according to government data released Friday.
Hong Kong is taking the fight to money launderers
A Hong Kong government report says money laundering puts the city at "medium high" risk, with the banking sector risk labeled "high."
Central bank gold demand was up 42%
Net central bank purchases totalled 116.5t in Q1, 42% higher y-o-y and the highest Q1 total since 2014.
Thieves suck millions out of Mexican banks in transfer heist
Thieves siphoned hundreds of millions of pesos out of Mexican banks, including No. 2 Banorte, by creating phantom orders that wired funds to bogus accounts and promptly withdrew the money, two sources close to the government’s investigation said.
Why negative interest rates are inevitable
The big six central banks now own 40% of global GDP, which is more than double the 17% they held before the financial crisis.
China central bank announces surprise cut in bank reserve requirements
China's central bank said on Tuesday it will cut the amount of cash most commercial and foreign banks.
ECB Weighs Emergency Cash Injections to Smooth Bank Rescues
New instrument would require joint euro-area public guarantee.