Global Recession And The New Financial Order
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After his $250 million purchase of the Washington Post, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos won't have to contend with—the bane of many a corporate exec right now—an underfunded pension plan. A rare example of a company with an overfunded plan, The Post stands out as many ...
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After six years of recession the International Monetary Fund concedes that it "badly underestimated the damage that austerity would do to Greece’s economy”–a bit of an understatement given that the original projections were that Greece would lose 5.5% of its ec...
Does the slowdown of Fed quantitative easing signal an inevitable slowdown in developing economies and the end of the bull market for emerging markets assets? By Gilly Wright If you attended to the teeth gnashing and handwringing following the Fed...
July 30, 2013 - Among the first three firms to be selected for nonbank SIFI designation, insurance giant AIG and commercial loan provider GE Capital appeared resigned. Insurer Prudential Financial, on the other hand, is contesting it. Rumblings of dissent are also be...
In 2004, when nine former Communist countries joined the EU, there were widespread celebrations. Three years later Romania and Bulgaria also joined. On July 1 this year another post-Communist country was admitted to the EU: Croatia. But celebrations were somewhat mut...
The quantitative easing launched in recent years by the central banks of the United States, the eurozone and Japan is entering a new phase. In the United States, the Fed will reduce the total amount of monthly investments in Treasuries and other fixed-income instruments...
Global Finance presents its annual awards honoring the leading subcustodians worldwide.   SAFETY FIRST By Gordon Platt Safeguarding client assets has never been more important in this era of global economic uncertainty —and even subcustodians are fi...
Portugal is still making structural adjustments to realign its economy. But citizens are wearying of austerity measures.     MODEL FOR GROWTH? By Vanessa Drucker The Troika’s “darling of reform” is in its third year of recession. Citizens—...
In June, US regulators took yet another step in the slow but steady implementation of the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010, also known as Dodd-Frank.     MILESTONES: US By Valentina Pasquali In June, US regulators took y...
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