Events in Ukraine have changed the outlook for Russia. Now the country faces choices about its global role that could affect the rest of the world for decades. Which path will it take?
Global Finance Magazine
FRONTIER MARKETS REPORT | MOROCCO
Morocco boasts solid outward FDI, geopolitical stability and proximity to key markets, but corruption is commonplace.
REGIONAL REPORT | CENTRAL & EASTERN EUROPE
Central European countries are starting to recover, with growth accelerating in most markets. But the region’s banks still have some trials to overcome.
Our Italian partner, Class Editori has released the special 25th Anniversary issue of MF Milano Finanza, a leading economic and financial Italian newspaper, dedicated to the most authoritative and value-creating Italian brands, players and excellences in the world of manufacturing, finance and business.
The most commonly accepted definition of the wealthiest countries is to determine how rich the average resident of a country is.
There are two standard methods of measuring the wealth of countries and how rich or poor its inhabitants are. The measure most often used is Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which represents the size of a country’s economy. A refinement of ...
Awards & Rankings
NEW YORK, Sept. 9, 2014 — Global Finance magazine has named the Safest Emerging Markets Banks in Sub-Saharan Africa in an exclusive survey to be published in the November 2014 issue.
In addition to the Safest Emerging Markets Banks By Region, the report includes the following rankings: World’s 50 Safest Banks, World’s Safest Banks By Region, World’s Top 50 Safest Commercial Bank, Top 50 Safest Banks In Emerging Markets, Safest Islamic Financial Institutions In The GCC, World’s 50 Biggest Banks and the Biggest Emerging Markets Banks.
From the Wires
By Jon Hilsenrath WASHINGTON-The Federal Reserve said it would end the bond buying program known as quantitative easing in October, but retained its guidance that short-term interest rates will remain near zero for a "considerable time" after that program ends. ...
By William Watts, MarketWatch , Hiroyuki Kachi NEW YORK (MarketWatch)--The dollar pushed to a new six-year high versus the Japanese yen and gained ground on the euro Wednesday after Federal Reserve officials signaled they still expected the central bank to ...
Most Federal Reserve officials continue to expect the central bank to first increase interest rates some time next year, according to official projections released Wednesday. In the forecast, 14 of 17 officials said they continue to believe the Fed's first ...