The composite purchasing managers’ index (PMI) issued by IHS Markit last month showed its strongest performance since summer 2011.
The motor giant said it will instead add 700 jobs to its existing Michigan factory, following criticism by US president-elect Donald Trump.
A wider range of between 6% and 7% would give policy makers greater scope for reform says Huang Yiping, an adviser to the People’s Bank of China.
US president-elect Donald Trump’s policies, elections in the EU and the oil price impact are seen as the biggest risks in the year ahead by financial advisory group deVere.
Big Data and using it effectively poses a challenge for firms, but also presents an opportunity that shouldn’t be neglected.
Barclays is accused by the DoJ of selling more than US$30bn of mortgage securities that helped fuel the financial crisis.
The Indian government implements a digital salary plan in the shift towards a cashless society.
Companies may have less of an incentive to optimise their working capital in a low interest rate environment. However, dedicated solutions can support a more nuanced approach, enabling them to identify working capital opportunities and challenges specific to their own businesses.
Intelligent automation enables financial institutions to drive cost out of a wide range of processes, without reinventing their business model or redesigning their IT infrastructure.
Dun & Bradstreet’s European head of trade credit, Tim Vine, has offered a forecast for the year ahead.