Global Recession And The New Financial Order
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There are reasons for hope and progress in the dynamic economies of the Middle East, but challenges remain. A Rapid Recovery By Gordon Platt Demographics and hydrocarbons make the Middle East a dynamic region that is rapidly advancing, despite the debt...
As regulators lay out the future structure of the global financial industry, short term it may be a confusing place. COVER STORY: BANKING Bankers and regulators are beginning to lay out the future structure of the global financial industry. In the short ter...
Government spending will keep the Middle East’s economic recovery on track in 2010. MIDDLE EAST: ECONOMY Government spending will keep the Middle East’s economic recovery on track in 2010. By Gordon Platt The Middle East rode out the g...
Banks across the region learned many painful lessons during the crisis but have emerged stronger than ever. MIDDLE EAST: BANKING INDUSTRY Banks across the region learned many painful lessons during the crisis but have emerged stronger than ever. By G...
Oil producers aim to turn the desert sunshine into a new export: solar energy. MIDDLE EAST: RENEWABLE ENERGY Oil producers aim to turn the desert sunshine into a new export: solar energy. By Gordon Platt When the oil runs out, the sun will still...
As economic power increasingly shifts toward the East and regulators in the West look to rein in the growth of their financial sectors, senior business figures' perceptions of what will be the key financial centers in a decade are also shifting. According to UK law firm...
Dear Reader March 2010 | Vol. 24 No.3 In this month's cover story we find that the alarming specter of sovereign risk has the potential to drive the global economy back into recession and spawn a new frenzy of risk aversion among investors. The impact o...
Aside maybe from Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan, few banks have emerged from the global downturn seemingly in better shape than they went into it. Even fewer have come through with reputations enhanced, becoming a focus for congratulation rather than opprobrium for how t...
Long controlled by foreign players—Spain's BBVA and Santander, the United States' Citi, Britain's HSBC and Canada's Scotiabank together control almost 70% of the Mexican market's total loans and retail deposits—Mexico's banking industry is particularly vulnerable to...
Just as the mood was lifting worldwide—and many markets had returned to their pre-Lehman Brothers bankruptcy highs—a new risk has reared its head. While the focus for much of the financial crisis has been on banks and corporates, investors have belatedly noticed the...
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