Planning your finances as a college student can be challenging enough.
While the government is distracted by elections, the financial economy will suffer
Among the many benefits of a student bank account, students are able to conduct banking transactions from remote locations. Applying for loans to pursue higher education, zero maintenance fee, reward points, and multi-currency debit/credit cards are just some of the major benefits of a student bank account.
Money expert Tori Dunlap swoops in almost like a superhero with her podcast Financial Feminist.
Hajj demands thorough and meticulous preparation that takes time.
Sri Lanka’s defence ministry yesterday ordered troops to shoot on sight people involved in looting or damaging property, a day after mobs targeted the homes of ruling-party politicians.
It appears normal service will resume with fiscal 2022-23’s budget, which will see the return of double-digit growth in size -- a practice introduced by former finance minister AMA Muhith.
In response to asymmetric shocks and divergences in productivity, there would have to be adjustments in the real (inflation-adjusted) exchange rate, meaning that prices in the eurozone periphery would have to fall relative to Germany and northern Europe.
ADB rate of implementation, including self financed projects, during first nine months (July-March) of current fiscal year (FY16) reaches 41% with overall expenditure of Tk 41,888 crore.
Sri Lanka is fortunate to have a low level of urbanisation today; but this is likely to change in the next two decades. This gives the country the opportunity to create model cities, based on the adequate provision of public services and sound public transport and attuned to the cost of carbon and climate change.
Discarded end-of-life electronic and electrical devices, or e-waste, are the fastest growing waste stream in the world.
Bangladesh, with the support and vision of the Bangladesh Bank, has seen remarkable progress in Mobile Financial Services (MFS) in recent years.
Sanchayapatra – a supposed welfare instrument – is actually a Trojan horse that threatens the future of our development budget, and thus reduces growth potentials for the nation. The higher the sale of NSCs, the higher the future interest liability which will definitely eat up a bigger pie of our budget, reducing the share of the Annual Development Programme (ADP).
The third Interna-tional Conference on Financing for Development recently convened in Ethiopia's capital, Addis Ababa.
Bangladesh Bank recently announced its monetary policy for the fiscal year 2016. As always, the announcement has sparked a number of criticisms.
Our global and complex economy does many things well, but achieving equitable and sustainable outcomes, or in other words 'sustainable development', has not been one of its strengths.
Writing on budget has become a challenge for me not only because so much has already been discussed, but there is barely anything original in the budget.
Finance Minister AMA Muhith says the revenue collection target of the proposed for fiscal 2015-2016 is high, but achievable.
THIS is the time of the year that draws the attention of most people on economic and financial matters. The Finance Ministry and the National