Archive: Jul - Sep (2023)

Investigating the relationship between inflation, interest rate and unemployment amid Covid-19

The relationship between interest rates, inflation, and unemployment for a country has been one of the most important and highly debated subjects in policy making circles of macroeconomics (Burdeken et al., 2020). Interest rate is a key policy tool of central banks of all countries which depicts the cost of borrowing, and conversely it also represents the reward of saving capital (Agenor et al., 2018).

Influence of Ownership Structure on the Capital structure of manufacturing

In the contemporary business world, innovation in terms of financial management is one of the core strategies for achieving financial sustainability and growth for any organisation. Capital structure is the method through which a company determines the right balance of stock and debt financing to maximise profits while minimising exposure to risk (Musallam et al., 2020; Khaw, 2019).

Influence of COVID-19 Pandemic on the Stock market Performance: Comparison of UK and USA

There have been several plagues and outbreaks throughout the world. The COVID-19 virus was responsible for the most recent deadly infection that has been spreading throughout society. This virus has been deemed unique due to its wide range of health effects and high infection rate. The current economic slump differs from prior ones such as Great Depression of the 1930s.

Impact of Fiscal policy on economic growth: A case of EU countries

The global public authorities have responded to the economic and financial crisis of the last decade by implementing effective fiscal policy (Maşca et al., 2015). Fiscal policy is mainly targeted for short-term objectives. Unfortunately, it has been found that the long-term consideration of fiscal policy is not significant or favourable due to its collateral effects on the countries’ economic growth (Adedoyin et al., 2020).