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How to manage the NPLs? Focus on the Italian situation

The principal activity of a bank is to grant loans to people, in order to buy a car or a house, or to companies, to allow them to invest, create profits and more jobs. Banks loans usually turn out to be either in bonis loans or bad loans, that is when it is difficult for […]

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INDUSTRY 4.0: A SIGNIFICANT CHANGE IN THE MANUFACTURING PROCESSES

Will our world reach a point where won’t be possible to improve the technological techniques anymore?  The Industrial revolutions always lead to changes the technological processes of many companies and, in particular the fourth one, has come to light “Industry 4.0”, expression used to indicate a current trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing […]

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JP MORGAN MAKES ITS FIRST MAJOR FINTECH ACQUISITION: WEPAY

@JP Morgan Chase & Co and WePay THE FINTECH ERA In the last few years, the financial sector has dramatically changed due to unstable and complex market conditions, new regulations and variations in consumers’ behaviours. More specifically, in the past decade, the rise and further development of new technological tools and digital innovations led to […]

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Eurozone: a real growth or a simple bounce up?

According to what Mario Draghi claimed during the last press conference in Frankfurt, in the next few months the ECB will adapt its monetary policy to the better Euro-System conditions, even if it has decided to not change the expansive approach followed until today. Stepping back to the day before the press conference, we can […]

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A never-ending Quantitative Easing

Last week the European Central Bank announced it will be softening the impact of the Quantitative Easing program, reducing the bond purchases from 60 to 30 billion euros per month from January 2018. The net asset purchases are intended to continue at least until September 2018 or beyond as the continent’ s strengthening economy has not […]

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MONSANTO’S ACQUISITION: THIS IS BAYER’S AMBITION! WILL IT BE ABLE TO REACH ITS AIM?

Which are the best growth strategies for a company whose aims are to achieve economies of scale, expand its operation and find new profits’ sources? An acquisition could be a good answer! This is what Bayer is trying to do with Monsanto! But, what do these companies do? Let’s go deeper. Bayer is a German […]

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Joint Contribution for the ECB-MC Model

“Policy models cannot be expected to have the same tight structure as theory models. […] Different classes of macro models are needed for different tasks.” (Olivier Blanchard)   During the Annual Research Conference organised by the ECB on the 25th and 26th of September 2017, Vítor Constâncio, Vice-President of the ECB, held the opening speech. The meeting, […]

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How financial advice regulation is changing: some insight into Mifid

The client has always been the key element in delivering financial and banking regulation since he avails himself of services to satisfy a wide range of needs, as receiving funding and financial advice. The knowledge of the features and the costs of the operations, the comparison of the various offers on the market, and the […]

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MOODY’S CREDIT RATING DOWNGRADES CHINA. FIRST TIME IN 30 YEARS

Rating agency Moody’s Investors Service downgraded China’s credit rating. This is the first time since 1989. A one-level downgrade, to A1 fromthe previous Aa3, occurs as the Chinese government struggles with the challenges of rising financial risks stemming from years of credit-fueled stimulus. Moody’s also changed the outlook for China from negative to stable. China’s […]

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