EconographicsMar 30, 2023
Chinese banking’s SVB resilience
By Niels Graham, Josh Lipsky
Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse has rippled across evert major banking hub except for China’s. This is because of China’s unique banking structure which emphases heavy state oversight and control while minimizing cross border connections with advanced economies
New AtlanticistMar 29, 2023
China’s struggles to reassure wary businesses and consumers raise doubts about its economic comeback
By Jeremy Mark
The end result could very well be slower growth and fewer opportunities for Chinese and foreign businesses—and a bleaker outlook for continued improvement in the Chinese people’s standard of living.
EconographicsMar 27, 2023
Loss of investor confidence and the banking crisis
By Hung Tran
Despite the best efforts of financial authorities following the most recent banking crisis, selloffs of bank shares and capital contingent bonds have persisted. After the sale of Credit Suisse, the most poignant example of investor concerns is the market pressure on Deutsche Bank (DB).
EconographicsMar 24, 2023
Global Sanctions Dashboard: What to do with sanctioned Russian assets
By Kimberly Donovan, Maia Nikoladze
Immediate steps for seizing the sanctioned Russian oligarch assets; concerns with the confiscation of Russian sovereign assets; Georgia’s proposed foreign agent law.
Experts reactMar 22, 2023
Xi and Putin just wrapped up talks in Moscow: What does it mean for the war in Ukraine and China’s global standing?
By Atlantic Council experts
The Chinese leader left Russia on Wednesday after three days of talks with the Russian president. Atlantic Council experts share their insights on the state of the so-called no-limits partnership.
New AtlanticistMar 20, 2023
Central bankers must keep financial stability in mind as they fight inflation
By Hung Tran
It is difficult for central banks to balance controlling inflation with preserving financial stability amid a banking crisis, but that is no excuse not to try.