The global financial slowdown is a much used term, used to cover vast economic problems including Chinese growth, the oil and steel crisis, as well as other issues.
Massive money printing to restart the global economy after the financial crisis has blown an even bigger bubble. Ten years after the last crash, are we due another one and will it be worse?
The American central bank has announced the end of its post-financial crisis stimulus program, nearly a decade after unleashing massive asset purchases that boosted its balance sheet to levels not seen before.
On July 30, 2007, the first shockwaves of the nascent global financial crisis reached Germany. Germany's IKB bank for small and medium-sized companies, an institution only known to insiders, got into deep trouble.
China is angry at Standard and Poor's (S&P) following a downgrade of its creditworthiness by the ratings agency over concerns about the country's rising debt. S&P underestimated China's financial strength, Beijing said.
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