Global Recession And The New Financial Order
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SEXY AND SOPHISTICATED   By Anita Hawser   Oiling the wheels of global trade has never been more important, particularly as regulation and capital constraints challenge banks' commitment to the business.   Collaborative B2B platforms a...
THE HUMAN FACTOR IN ECONOMIC THEORY   By Justin Keay   Traditional economic theory has been challenged by recent market events in global financial markets, and that challenge has given rise to a new generation of economic soothsayers who are looki...
THE STARS SHINE BRIGHT   By Kathryn Tully   For its anniversary issue, Global Finance crunched the numbers to come up with the institutions that have won our World's Best Bank awards most often over the past 16 years. Presenting The Winners' Circl...
As the US inches towards energy independence, the economic ripple effect will be felt worldwide.   THE NEW OIL RUSH By Michael Shari As the US inches closer to its elusive goal of energy independence, the economic ripple effect promises to leave no ...
DECLINING CONSENSUS   JUNE 2012 | VOL. 26 NO. 6   For the past couple of years much international economic debate has focused on issues of growth and austerity, while regulatory debate has focused on Basel III and systemic risks. The only consensus ...
Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia have taken very different roads toward economic stability and growth. THREE COUNTRIES AT A CROSSROADS By Kim Iskyan Countries of the Caucasus have had very different fates since the collapse of the Soviet Union. Each is movi...
Corporate demand is rising for insurance to guard against trading partner defaults—particularly in the emerging markets. SEARCHING FOR THE SILVER LINING By Al Modugno The European sovereign debt crisis is causing rates to rise for trade credit insurance,...
Moody’s Investors Service says something is rotten in Denmark’s mortgage industry. The country’s banks are still issuing interest-only loans, years after the real-estate bubble burst.   MILESTONES:DENMARK ByGordon Platt Moody’s Investors Ser...
Our level of preparedness is not always up to par with the challenges we may be suddenly confronted with. MILESTONES:GLOBAL ByValentina Pasquali Our level of preparedness is not always up to par with the challenges we may be suddenly confronted with. ...
Whether it’s that endless, dusty bus ride to the nearest automated teller machine or simple poverty that keeps them from opening a bank account, the 2.5 billion people who do not have accounts with a bank are losing out on opportunities to develop a financially sec...
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