Tagged With World Bank

The World Bank abandoned plans to launch a fresh set of pandemic bonds for developing countries after widespread criticism


Neo-Nazis got hold of 20,000 leaked email addresses and passwords thought to belong to WHO and the Gates Foundation, researchers say


Coronavirus triggers $133 million worth of the World Bank's pandemic bonds, releasing aid to developing nations hammered by the outbreak



IMF's chief raises emergency lending to $100 billion in response to coronavirus


'Money and life and death': Larry Summers calls for 4 economic policies to combat coronavirus


IMF slashes key growth forecast and warns against 'a more adverse scenario for the global economy' as coronavirus spreads



An inside look at the debate around pandemic bonds, which have $425 million hinging on how deadly the coronavirus ends up being


19 countries where the kids of the wealthy are most likely to end up poor


The 25 countries with the lowest percentages of children


31 countries where the 'American Dream' is more attainable than in the US


Global economic growth is at its worst level in 3 years thanks to Trump's trade wars, World Bank says


30 years after Tiananmen Square massacre, China is more authoritarian than ever but also more capitalist



Ivanka Trump says her dad asked if she wanted to lead the World Bank, but she turned it down


Trump says he considered his daughter Ivanka for high-level positions at the UN and the World Bank because she's 'very good with numbers'


The White House is reportedly considering former Pepsi CEO Indra Nooyi to head the World Bank


Ivanka Trump is reportedly under consideration to lead The World Bank



The Trump administration is denying diplomatic visas to the same-sex partners of UN, World Bank, and IMF officials unless they get married — even though many countries still outlaw gay marriage


World Bank partners with CBA to issue a bond on the Ethereum blockchain


WORLD BANK: Workers should ditch minimum wage to compete with robot labour


Cryptocurrencies are rising despite the World Bank president calling the market a Ponzi scheme