In only its fifth year, the U.S. shale revolution continues to forge ahead full steam, transforming economic prospects across the U.S. John Kingston, Global Director of News at Platts, talks about the rapid growth of this fascinating industry with Standard & Poor’s Director Carin Dehne-Kiley (Commodities), Associate Lauren Spalten (Government Ratings), and Director Jeff Panger (Public Power) in this video. What will the growth of shale and gas mean for credit,energy pricing, state and local government finance and public utilities? The experts discuss.
The deepest economic collapse in 75 years occurred because of a widespread failure across the financial system rather than a single cause, according to a new report by Jeffrey R. Shafer published by the McGraw Hill Financial Global Institute. To safeguard the economy in the future strong regulation, implementation and enforcement of systemic protections and emergency lending capabilities are needed, says Shafer, a former bank executive and Senior Treasury official.
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