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Eurozone deficit down to lowest level since early 2008
Following years of budget restraint, particularly in Greece, government borrowing across the 19-country eurozone has fallen to its lowest level since before the most acute phase of the global financial crisis
Rebecca Jarvis is the ABC News Chief Business, Technology & Economics Correspondent; the Host and Managing Editor of the podcast “No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis”; and the Host and Managing Editor of “Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis”. Jarvis reports for all ABC News programs and platforms including
Everything You Need to Know About Donald Trump's SEC Chair Pick, Jay Clayton
President-elect Donald Trump has nominated Jay Clayton for chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission . In this role, Clayton will oversee Wall Street and ensure investors are protected from unfair practices. Clayton is a partner at the New York law firm Sullivan & Cromwell, and has worked
Deutsche Bank Share Prices Swing Over Fears of Financial Health
Shares of Deutsche Bank have been trading near record-low levels this week, as the bank’s CEO is attempting to reassure his employees and the public that one of the world’s biggest banks is financially sound. CEO John Cryan sent a letter to employees today reassuring them of the bank’s health,
The Impact of Debates? It's Debatable
With the Hillary Clinton-Donald Trump debates upon us, the quadrennial question comes begging: Do these showdowns matter? The chances for impact seem ripe this year. The two most unpopular major-party candidates in the history of ABC News/Washington Post polls are facing off. Donald Trump's
Sallie Krawcheck on Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis
Episode 102: The founder and CEO of Ellevest, Sallie Krawcheck is a Wall Street legend on a mission to redefine how women invest to help them achieve their financial and professional goals.
Hillary Clinton Once Cited NY Banks as ‘Biggest Winners' in Wall Street Bailout
Speaking at a Democratic Party dinner in Ohio Sunday, Hillary Clinton said she voted in 2009 for the second wave of funds to be used for the bank bailout because President Obama asked Senate Democrats to do so and because the package included money to help the beleaguered U.S. automobile industry.
'This Week' Transcript: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT FOR 'THIS WEEK' ON JANUARY 17, 2016 and it will be updated. GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS: So, we have some news. Four American hostages including Jason Rezaian released by Iran. Now, you said that was never going to happen. You blamed Obama. Ready to give him credit? DONALD TRUMP
How Hillary Clinton Thinks She’ll Be Tougher on Wall Street Than Bernie Sanders
Hillary Clinton is trying to turn the tables on Bernie Sanders . The Democratic front-runner – often criticized for her close ties to Wall Street – is now attempting to argue she will be tougher on the financial industry than her challenger, Bernie Sanders – the progressive Vermont senator who is
Hillary Clinton, Martin O'Malley and Bernie Sanders Debate Corporate America
The three Democratic presidential candidates discuss how big corporations affect the U.S. economy.