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The UK consumer price index has hit 9.4%, the highest rate seen since 1982
Federal Reserve Board’s Senior Financial Officer Survey indicates DLT and crypto-related products do not have large effects on liquidity management
Goldman Sachs beat second quarter earnings expectations and set the tone for a potentially optimistic week for Banking stocks
Profit declined by 28% for second quarter for America’s largest bank while earning was 12 cents short of most analyst expectations
Esther George has warned these could create strains and undermine the Fed’s ability to deliver on the higher path of rates communicated
Almost 60% of retail bank customers in Canada are classified as financially unhealthy, yet banks are falling short on supporting them to make improvements
Together with new technology and the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, there has been a marked change in customer behavior
Results mean banks could continue lending households and businesses in a recession
As the market has taken a beating once again this week, there are already signs that it will impact the consumer
Market conditions are weakening despite consumer and business markets appearing solid, according to an ABA survey
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