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Bail-in 101

Bail-in 101

Bail-in 101

Bail-in allows a government to hold failing banks accountable for their liabilities – without costing taxpayers. Bail-in powers put the onus to repay on banks and their investors, not taxpayers.
How to spot a recession?

How to spot a recession?

How to spot a recession?

October can be a scary month for markets, so when you think you spot a recession lurking, it’s important to keep them in perspective. Talk of crises and recessions can give anyone a fright, but markets naturally rise and fall – and it takes more than a slowdown to create a full-blown crash
What’s SOFR?

What’s SOFR?

What’s SOFR?

SOFR is meant to provide more transparency and depth than LIBOR.The LIBOR alternative is based on actual transactions from a bigger pool to address the problems that led to a 2012 scandal
CDOR vs. CORRA – who should get the final rose?

CDOR vs. CORRA – who should get the final rose?

CDOR vs. CORRA – who should get the final rose?

Would you choose reliable underdog CORRA, or can fan-favorite CDOR be reformed? After cheating rumours turned fans sour on CDOR, will they cheer for little-known CORRA, or push for CDOR's redemption?
What’s LIBOR?

What’s LIBOR?

What’s LIBOR?

LIBOR is the key measure for pricing everything from mortgages to derivatives worldwide - but after a rate manipulation scandal, it's set to be replaced
What are CDOR and CORRA?

What are CDOR and CORRA?

What are CDOR and CORRA?

Banks use certain yardsticks to figure out what rate to lend money off - and two of its key benchmarks are CDOR and CORRA.
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