Global Recession And The New Financial Order
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DEAR READER November 2010 | Vol. 24 No. 10 With the world still reeling from the beating it took during the financial crisis and with many countries rashly—and bafflingly—talking their way into what threaten to be costly and damaging currency confron...
It is not just banks that are coming under increasing criticism for their liquidity-hoarding tendencies MILESTONES: GLOBAL By Anita Hawser It is not just banks that are coming under increasing criticism for their liquidity-hoarding tendencies. Cash-rich co...
Despite the fact that 60% of the world's economies posted a drop in real per capita income last year, access to formal financial services in developing countries grew. MILESTONES: GLOBAL By Antonio Guerrero Despite the fact that 60% of the world's...
It's official. The US recession that came to be known as the Great Recession is over. MILESTONES: UNITED STATES By Gordon Platt It's official. The US recession that came to be known as the Great Recession is over. In fact, it's been over for more th...
In his second term, Peru’s president Alan Garcia is making amends for the shambles he left his country in after his first term. SECOND ACT By Antonio Guerrero In his second term, Peru’s president Alan Garcia is making amends for the shambles he l...
Turkey has bounced back from a sharp economic contraction to become one of the region’s best performers. Its prospects are brighter than ever. STAYING THE COURSE By Gordon Platt Turkey has bounced back from a sharp economic contraction to become o...
A cursory glance through the pages of this month's issue would suggest there is much cause for celebration. DEAR READER October 2010 | Vol. 24 No. 9 A cursory glance through the pages of this month's issue would suggest there is much cause for celebration...
DEAR READER September 2010 | Vol. 24 No. 8 After many months of prevarication, ferocious negotiation and somewhat disappointing horse trading, the shape of the new regulatory environments in the US, Europe and the UK is becoming clear. The new rules addres...
Spain's economy is still under pressure, but signs of renewed confidence are slowly emerging. AN ATTAINABLE GOAL By Antonio Guerrero Spain's economy is still under pressure, but signs of renewed confidence are slowly emerging. When...
Investment-grade companies are shunning bank lending and opting instead for the bond markets. EUROPE By Anita Hawser No thank you: Companies reject costly bank loans Investment-grade companies are shunning bank lending and opting in...
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