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China presents a threat to the liberal global order but the bigger danger lies in the discrediting of democracy
Barclays weighs in on whether markets should care quite so much about the struggling real estate developer.
Explosive growth in debt has severely curtailed central banks’ freedom of action
Era of central bank intervention has not ended the credit cycle
JPMorgan’s stellar profits show banks can make money despite tougher rules
Events evoke not the 1930s but the period before the first world war
A hard to predict financial crisis is the most probable source of the next downturn
Top policymakers look back on lessons learnt and mistakes made during 2008 meltdown
Investors should not rule out a radical change to the financial regime
Policymakers lack data and tools to combat a future financial crisis
The biggest of bank failures teaches us not to avoid them but to manage them better
(with apologies to Voltaire)
An illustrated journey through a turbulent decade (with apologies to Voltaire)
How resolving the financial crisis has stored up problems in retirement saving
Loan rules continue to allow lenders to take upfront profits and defer losses
Crypto-assets are impractical and do little for financial inclusion
The FT identified 47 bankers jailed. Half were from just one country
After the crisis the largest groups launched huge lending arms. But will they falter when interest rates rise?
We need watchful supervisors, strong tools and the will to act when a crash happens
Aftermath of financial crisis shows it is crucial to restructure debts
Ten years after the global financial crisis, Europe’s banks are in retreat
Remains hard to believe the market verdict as US diverges from rest of the world