Global Recession And The New Financial Order
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Few people were completely surprised when Mark Carney, the head of the Bank of Canada, broke the news earlier this year that he was leaving his post to head up the Bank of England.     NEWSMAKERS:CANADA By Joel Kranc Few people were completel...
DEAR READER MAY 2013 | Vol.27 No. 5   The extraordinary monetary moves of Haruhiko Kuroda, the new governor of the Bank of Japan, have dominated economic commentaries for the past few weeks. The bold measures—to stimulate the economy and fight deflat...
Global Finance sits down with Maurice “Hank” Greenberg, former chair and CEO of AIG and current head of CV Starr. THE PENDULUM SWINGS By Paula Green At this month’s Salon, Global Finance sat down with Maurice “Hank” Greenberg, former chairman and CE...
New investors and diverging economic performances characterize Central & Eastern Europe. CHANGE IS AFOOT By Paul Mackintosh Central & Eastern European countries are trying hard to differentiate themselves from their southwestern neighbors. Corporates ...
The central bank governor speaks to the economy and rebuilding Beirut's status as a regional financial center. LEBANON: RESTAKING ITS CLAIM AS A FINANCIAL HUB By Gordon Platt Global Finance interviews Lebanon’s central bank governor, Riad Salameh. Riad...
A look at the current market, availability and pricing for this tool to hedge against financial and political risks. PROTECTING THE BALANCE SHEET By Paula Green Companies using trade credit insurance to secure their bottom lines are finding a marketplace with...
As the Cypriot banking sector imploded in mid-March, Russia, for which Cyprus is an offshore financial services center, was expected to step in and help. MILESTONES:RUSSIACYPRUS ByKim Iskyan As the Cypriot banking sector imploded in mid-March, Russia, for whi...
While the new Slovenian government dismisses Cyprus comparisons, it could soon be facing the same fate, as €1 billion ($1.3 billion) of government debt comes up for renewal in June.  MILESTONES:SLOVENIA ByGilly Wright While the new Slovenian government...
Alook at currency-related issues that must be resolved to eradicate trade imbalances and stabilize the global economy. NO LONGER JUST A GAME? By Ronald Fink The recent spate of currency devaluation will start to have a serious impact unless global leaders foc...
DEAR READER APRIL 2013  |  VOL. 27 NO. 4   Banks are once again at the center of the debate on the state of global economies. The US Federal Reserve recently released the highly detailed results of the stress tests it performed on 18 major US...
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