|peace and stability||平和と安定|
· UK university leaders angry over plans to cap student numbers →
“There is a need for stability in the system and temporary number controls.
· The Retiree's Dividend Portfolio - Jane's April Update: Looking More Like A Return To Normalcy →
Some might be disappointed with this, however, I am always more concerned with financial stability during times like these.
· Portfolio Managers Discuss Contrarian Views And Emerging Opportunities →
We expect TALF financing to help provide stability to the CMBS market and assist in increasing investor demand for bonds.
· Fed Support Helps Stabilize MBS Market →
Yield spreads to similar duration US Treasuries in the sector widened the most since the global financial crisis (GFC) a decade ago, then sharply tightened after the US Federal Reserve (Fed) announced a massive support program to boost liquidity and provide stability across US government securities including agency MBS.
· Equity Investors Must Pay More Attention To Climate Change Physical Risk →
By Felix Suntheim, Financial Sector Expert, Global Financial Stability Analysis Division, IMF Monetary and Capital Markets Department, and Jérôme Vandenbussche, Senior Economist, IMF Monetary and Capital Markets Department
The Japan Times
· Coronavirus hasn’t killed the global balance of power →
It’s a reminder that preserving a favorable balance, in which the ambitions of predatory actors are checked by the power of more benign actors, is the only way of getting international cooperation, and international stability, on terms Americans will find appealing.
· How the US and Afghanistan can jump-start talks with the Taliban →
The Eid ceasefire, however, restored some stability to the US-Afghanistan relationship.
· Clergy up in arms as Church of England archbishops resist move to reopen churches →
The benefits of being able to access places of prayer is profound, on individual and family stability and, significantly, on their willingness to help others in their need.”
· Weekly Commentary: The Scourge Of 'Whatever It Takes' Monetary Mismanagement →
The Fed has abandoned its overarching responsibility for maintaining monetary stability (sustaining Bubbles being antithesis to monetary stability).
· Protest or dangerous subversion: what China’s proposed national security laws mean for Hong Kong →
“This is an indicator of the anxiety that the Chinese government has around social stability and support.