Global Recession And The New Financial Order
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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...
Hiren Ved of Alchemy Capital Management discussed the Indian markets and economy in a global context and within Asia. INDIA’S DEMAND ECONOMY By Udayan Gupta At this month’s Global Salon in New York, Hiren Ved, chief investment officer of Mumbai-based i...
Financial and economic reforms could allow Russia to realize its full potential as a member of the BRIC quartet. REFORM BECOMING REALITY By Laurence Neville After years of promises, there are tentative signs that Russia is finally getting serious about reform...
Creating inclusive, sustainable, high economic growth will be a key theme at this year’s annual ADB meeting. A REGION TRANSFORMED By Kim Iskyan The ability of workers in Asia to increase their skill set and improve their quality of life will be key themes a...
A look at developing centers of finance in Asia and why they have gained the respect of global investors. A DECOUPLING IN THE WORKS By Udayan Gupta Intraregional investment within Asia is starting to take hold—reducing reliance on demand from developed mark...
We see big changes in our annual midyear update to the Global Safest Banks report. SEARCHING FOR SECURITY By Andrew Cunningham Global Finance presents its half-year update to the World’s Safest Banks Ranking. Canadian banks suffer downgrades but remain well...
Key players discuss new regulations and the changing relationships between global custodians and subcustodians. A FORK IN THE ROAD Moderated by Anita Hawser Key figures from the world of European subcustody discuss how regulation is affecting their business a...
 Emerging Markets Future Output Index     "Expectations of ‘future output’ by EM businesses, specifically by manufacturers, improved sharply in February as a sign of strong sentiment. Our hopes are mainly pinned on China, Asia and commo...
Should the US Securities and Exchange Commission want to slap civil penalties on anyone involved in any improprieties, it had better get cracking sooner rather than later. MILESTONES:US ByForrest Jones Should the US Securities and Exchange Commission want to ...
The general elections held in Italy in February yielded a hung parliament, marked the phenomenal rise of the little-understood protest movement of former comedian Beppe Grillo, and unexpectedly revived the flagging political career of former prime minister Silvio Berlus...
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