For those who are interested in the current economic and finance issues. If you want to understand more about how financial systems work, discuss the modern trends in economics, learn specific terminology and practice your English in this field, you are welcome to join our Economics&Finance Discussion Club. In our biweekly sessions, we discuss articles from the well-known sources such as The Economist, The Financial Times, The Harvard Business Review. The topics include interest rate, inflation, unemployment, fiscal stimulus and other similar themes.
At the next meeting, we will re-visit the time of Financial Crisis of 2008. It’s been 10 years since the global financial crash occurred. How did it happen? Did the regulators do enough to prevent it or at least mitigate its impact? What were the causes of the crises? What were its consequences? How has it affected our lives? Who has benefited from the crash? What are the lessons to be learned? Please join us in the Economics&Finance club next Saturday, October 6th. The meeting starts at 4:00 p.m. and should take about an hour and a half.
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