By Christopher Dembik Trump as President Could Surprise on the Upside The question that many investors have is whether U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s victory constitutes a real breach from the perspective of financial markets. Until now, the answer is no. No one has been able to predict the exact measures that Trump will implement once
By Jason Lange and Dustin Volz WASHINGTON, June 1 – The U.S. Federal Reserve detected more than 50 cyber breaches between 2011 and 2015, with several incidents described internally as “espionage,” according to Fed records. The central bank’s staff suspected hackers or spies in many of the incidents, the records show. The Fed’s computer systems
BY NourEldeen Al Hammoury Global equity, commodity and foreign exchange, markets have experienced exceptional volatility since the beginning of 2016, driven by two main factors: concerns over growth in China and the drop in oil prices. Both factors have led to uncertainty and very nervous trading, which has wiped billions of dollars from the main markets.