The incoming governor of the Bank of England says the next two years will be "decisive" for bank reform and warns central banks alone cannot eliminate economic risks.
The world still does not have a proper understanding of how financial markets work, according to billionaire investor George Soros.
The World Bank should support poor countries that need coal-powered energy in spite of its contribution to climate change, its president says.
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