The five-year anniversary of the global financial crisis is the perfect time to evaluate what has changed in finance since the fall of Lehman Brothers. One thing is certain: Every crisis that has followed has served as a stark reminder of the interconnected nature of our global financial system. For that reason, regulators around the world have begun implementing measures to improve transparency and risk mitigation, which are critical cornerstones of a new, modernized global financial system.
Direct impact is limited; critics' concerns focus on China's reaction and whether this move portends broader protectionist actions in the future.
First, the London interbank offered rate (commonly known as Libor) is going up. And second, the dollar’s been going down. Until mid-October, the…
Businesses want Congress to repeal the Cadillac tax, but the price tag may be too steep.
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