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The UK government is a little closer to its widely anticipated issue of a sovereign sukuk.   MILESTONES By Gilly Wright By awarding HSBC and Linklaters as external advisers, the UK government is a little closer to its widely anticipated issue of a s...
China and Russia have returned to the global equity capital markets, following a lengthy absence.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt China and Russia have returned to the global equity capital markets, following a lengthy absence. China led ...
The yen and the dollar rode an updraft in recent weeks caused by a flight to safety amid the EM crisis.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt The Japanese yen and the dollar rode an updraft in recent weeks caused by a flight to safety amid the eme...
Neither EM volatility nor weak US employment data will deter Fed tapering, say analysts.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt Neither the consequent volatility in emerging markets nor weak US employment data will deter the Federal Reserve from co...
Comcast agreed in February to acquire Time Warner Cable in an all-stock deal worth more than $45 billion.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt Comcast agreed in February to acquire Time Warner Cable in an all-stock deal worth more than $45 billio...
Could proxy advisory firms—those as yet unregulated outfits that wield significant influence during corporate elections at US public companies—be in for a showdown with Wall Street regulators? By Paula L. Green Could proxy advisory firms—those a...
The departing Fed boss gets props from economists—and himself   By Tiziana Barghini Bernanke: The Visible Hand For Ben Bernanke, a rocky eight-year tenure as chairman of the Federal Reserve Board is ending on a good note....
Eases regulatory requirements for selling shares on domestic exchanges.   EMERGING MARKETS ROUNDUP By Tom Clouse China’s stock market regulator will simplify the public listing process for Chinese companies selling shares on domestic exchanges. Co...
The United Kingdom looks set to become the first Western country to issue a sovereign sukuk.   MILESTONES By Justin Keay On October 29, a little piece of history was made when the UK finally announced it would become the first Western country to iss...
A number of recent depositary receipt listings paid off big for the issuers, as their share prices skyrocketed.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt The major emerging markets are attracting renewed interest from investors. The uptick comes at...
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