The first trading day after Moody's cut the UK to three notches below Aaa, the markets shrugged.
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Not all people in banks are unethical, but banking attracts unethical people.
PODCAST: Part six of The Anthill Podcast's Recovery series looks at the 2008 financial crisis and Great Recession that followed.
This recession is not like any other in living memory. Phase one involved a massive supply shock. Phase two will involve dealing with a collapse in demand.
Since the demise of the gold standard in the early 1970s, the precious metal has gone through four distinct phases.
Australia's economy has prospered due to open borders and international trade. It has much more to lose from disruptions.
Employment levels regularly dip after crisis.
Michael Burry was right about the bubble that caused the Global Financial Crisis. He's wrong about the next bubble being passive investment.
The only way out of South Africa's crisis - financially wobbly utility Eskom, worsening public finances and poor economic growth - is a societal agreement that recognises the need for sacrifices.
A number of banks are doomed to fail if they don't adapt to the new realities of the finance industry.
New Zealanders store just under NZ$178 billion of their cash in banks, but their savings aren't insured. This would change if the government introduces a deposit insurance.
Young people in the UK experience some of the worst working conditions. To understand why we need to look at longer-term changes in the political economy.
As fears of a US-China trade war grow, the eurozone is starting to look like a rock.
All talk, no action? The G20 turns out to be a surprisingly productive international exercise.
Gordon Brown is worried. So should we all be.
The housing bubble that burst and triggered the 2007-08 global financial crisis was fuelled by securitisation.
One person should not bear sole responsibility for a loss of US$2.3 billion at a global financial institution employing 65,000 people.
US sanctions announced earlier this month may have triggered the plunge in the lira, but the government has been mismanaging Turkey's economy for years, creating severe vulnerabilities.
Single women borrowed heavily in the run-up to the financial crisis, ensuring they suffered the most in its fallout. Will history repeat itself?