Global Recession And The New Financial Order
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Global Finance presents an update to its annual ranking of the World’s Safest Banks. SEA CHANGE By Andrew Cunningham Global Finance presents a half-year update to its annual ranking of The World’s Safest Banks. The safest banks in the world are st...
Would the global economic crisis have been so severe if cooperative banks—which create value for their members as they achieve profits—ruled the financial world? MILESTONES:GLOBAL ByPaula Green Would the global economic crisis have been so severe if co...
Political gridlock from upcoming elections could slow capital markets activity and reduce global investment. ELECTION YEAR By Laurence Neville Numerous countries around the world are holding elections this year, which could create market uncertainty and ho...
DEAR READER   MARCH 2012 | VOL.26 NO.3   In deciding to focus on elections worldwide for this month's cover story, we weren't just pondering their political implications and the relative uncertainty they occasion, we were also considering the global...
While few in the UK question the need for fiscal tightening, there is broad debate over how much and for how long. PLUGGING THE HOLE By Vanessa Drucker Although rival political parties in the UK agree on the need for austerity, debate rages on over the tim...
Companies are increasing D&O coverage amid concerns over increased corporate legal action. SAFE LANDING By Paula Green With new regulations and tighter enforcement that could lead to more corporate legal action, many companies are increasing their cove...
It's been rough going for India's airline industry recently. MILESTONES: INDIA By Valentina Pasquali It's been rough going for India's airline industry recently. Photo Credit: CHRISTOPHER PARYPA SHUTTERSTOCK.COM High fuel prices,...
With analysts deep in scenario-building, Global Finance looks at what the future may hold for the Continent. AFTER THE TURMOIL: WHAT COMES NEXT? By Jonathan Gregson, Justin Keay and Vanessa Drucker How the European Union will look in 2020 is unclear. Wheth...
DEAR READER   FEBRUARY 2012 | VOL.26 NO.2   For months now public debate around the world has been dominated by the turmoil in Europe. The uncertainty is far from over, and what is at stake is not just the future of the Old Continent. World trade is...
As if a weakening currency, surging public debt and three downgrades to junk bond status since November weren't enough to dissuade investors from sinking money into Hungary, they now have to deal with a prime minister intent on undermining the independence of th...
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