Global Recession And The New Financial Order
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The dynamic economies of these markets represent opportunities and challenges to established multinationals. FACING UP TO THE CHALLENGE The fast-growing and dynamic economies of the emerging and frontier markets represent mouth-watering opportunities and daunt...
West Africa’s nations are showing growing confidence in their economic and political futures. REGIONAL REPORT: REGIONAL RESURGENCE A flurry of bond issues illustrates the growing confidence west Africa’s nations have in their economic and political futures...
The deal marked the first time Russia tapped global markets since 1998. MILESTONES: RUSSIA Russia Taps Global Markets For First Time in 12 Years By Kim Iskyan Moscow calling: Russia tests investor sentiment Russia tapped global f...
Following a hefty 42% yearon- year drop in FDI in Latin America last year, investors appear to be showing their faith in the region’s economic recovery and making their return. According to a report from the United Nations Economic Commission on Latin America and the ...
Dear Reader May 2010 | Vol. 24 No.5 Corporate finance executives could be forgiven for being somewhat confused at present. The worst of the financial crisis seems to be well and truly over, and in many areas—particularly in the emerging markets and, ...
Emerging European economies are starting to recover from a steep and painful slowdown. BACK FROM THE BRINK Emerging European economies are starting to recover from a steep and painful slowdown. By Justin Keay For those of an anxious disposition...
A surge of growth late last year has accelerated in 2010, and there are reasons to believe the rebound can be sustained. ECONOMY BOUNCES BACK A surge of growth late last year has accelerated in 2010, and there are reasons to believe the rebound can be sustain...
With the concept of systemic risk still preoccupying global banking regulators, the International Monetary Fund has weighed in on the debate with some suggestions for far-reaching and surprisingly stringent reforms. Global By Anita Hawser Re...
Dear Reader April 2010 | Vol. 24 No.4 As Global Finance was going to press, the prime minister of Greece, George Papandreou, issued a plea to lenders to cut the interest rates his country is having to pay. In explaining the Greek government’s predi...
The Valukas Report on the collapse of Lehman Brothers, a nine-volume, 2,200-page document that cost $38 million to produce, was worth every penny. United States By Gordon Platt Valukas: Report raises fears over systemic risk ...
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