Global Recession And The New Financial Order
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Volatility is expected in most commodities in early 2013, making hedging commodities risk commensurately challenging. WILD SEASON By Michael Shari Volatile commodities prices are poised to drive an M&A wave and are already changing how companies hedge aga...
New feature: Each month we look at a different frontier market and what makes it stand out for growth and investment. WORLD OF OPPORTUNITY By Dan Keeler In a new monthly feature, Global Finance delves deep into the opportunities in frontier markets. With yout...
UK and EU relations have always been tense, but their relationship has deteriorated dramatically in recent months. MILESTONES: UKEU By Justin Keay UK and EU relations have always been tense, but their relationship has deteriorated dramatically in recent month...
“Temporary capital controls might prove useful,” Christine Lagarde said to the audience gathered at the Malaysian Economic Association in Kuala Lumpur in November. MILESTONES: IMF By Luca Ventura “Temporary capital controls might prove useful,” Christin...
DEAR READER   DECEMBER 2012 | VOL. 26 NO. 12   Now that the US has voted to grant a second term to its president, Barack Obama, and the Chinese ruling party has selected Xi Jinping as its new leader and future president, one big layer of uncertainty ha...
New insurance regulations in some emerging markets will affect risk coverage costs for global companies and investors. STUMBLING OFF THE BLOCKS By Dave Lenckus Investors are piling into rapidly growing markets such as Brazil and Argentina. Financing risk i...
Key members of Turkey's financial community explore how the sovereign ratings upgrade could affect its prospects. AN INVESTMENT-GRADE STORY Moderated by Dan Keeler Global Finance hosted Turkey’s central bank governor and Turkish financial executives at a...
The Hungarian government threw the country’s banking sector into disarray in mid-October by reneging on an agreement with local banks to halve from 2013 the crisis levy imposed on them. MILESTONES: HUNGARY ByPaul Mackintosh The Hungarian government threw th...
While the rest of Asia is slowing down, Mongolia is too, but by an entirely different playbook. Stoked by lucrative mining discoveries, Mongolia pushed out a blistering 17.5% growth rate in 2011-one of the world’s highest. MILESTONES: MONGOLIA ByArthur Clennam...
In the wake of the Great Recession, the G20 nations tasked themselves with creating stronger regulatory guidelines for the banking sector that would, hopefully, prevent future meltdowns like the one seen in 2007-2008. Part of that effort was the establishment of the Fin...
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