Global Recession And The New Financial Order
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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...
Dear Reader February 2010 | Vol.24 No.2 Increasingly, among commentators on the financial services industry, there is a perception of bankers and banks as hungry carnivores, pouncing on every opportunity to take profits and showing no remorse when faced w...
Japan is a country of economic contrasts. It is a nation of savers, yet its public debt is the highest in the developed world. It trades more with China than with any country in the world yet fears its neighbor’s rise. It is home to many of the world’s most innovati...
The recovery in sentiment in most markets during 2009 was dramatic, and equity derivatives were no exception. From the depths of despair at the beginning of the year, when hedge funds and market-making banks were exiting the market, to increasingly bullish strategies an...
DEAR READER JANUARY 2010 | VOL. 24 NO.1 One year ago, as we looked ahead to 2009, the financial world was a bleak place. In the depths of the credit crunch, one of the most crucial elements of global business—trust—had all but evaporated. Risk aversi...
While a credit debacle, led by the US subprime meltdown, unleashed the global economic downturn in 2007, it appears a gradual increase in credit availability is contributing to a global recovery, albeit a painfully slow one. However, with much of the outcome the result ...
Analysts had for months warned of an impending Mexico downgrade. When it finally came, it did so in the form of a one-two punch. In November Fitch cut the country’s rating from BBB+ to BBB. In December Standard & Poor’s followed suit. The moves mark Mexico’s first...
It is clear to almost everyone that the center of economic gravity will continue to shift from the United States and ... THE NEW WORLD POWERS The coming decade will witness a fundamental rebalancing of economic power, setting the stage for this to become the...
Banks are on the back foot as regulators bid to outdo each other in the severity of their clampdown on disclosure and ... Tomorrow’s Battleground For Banks Banks and regulators worldwide are starting the new decade at loggerheads, but signs are slow...
One of the rocks on which the global economy has been founded since World War II is a strong US dollar. As a projection ... The Dollar’s Decline A weak dollar may be beneficial to the US in the short term, but it is undermining the dollar’s long-term statu...
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