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Batista's conglomerate EBX Group faces eroding profits and ongoing legal investigations.   NEWSMAKERS By Grace Yuan A year ago, Eike Batista was one of the richest men in the world. Edging in at number seven on Forbes’ World Billionaires list and ...
The Federal Reserve is expected to begin cutting back on its purchases of bonds as early as this month, analysts say, but global bond markets recovered in July, when Fed officials backed away from preannouncing the tapering of its stimulus program.   CORPORA...
After his $250 million purchase of the Washington Post, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos won't have to contend with—the bane of many a corporate exec right now—an underfunded pension plan. A rare example of a company with an overfunded plan, The Post stands out as many ...
Does the slowdown of Fed quantitative easing signal an inevitable slowdown in developing economies and the end of the bull market for emerging markets assets? By Gilly Wright If you attended to the teeth gnashing and handwringing following the Fed...
  As investors seek to swap out low-return corporate debt for assets with better returns, corporates could benefit by using their cash piles to reduce outstanding debt. By Rob Daly After about six years of quantitative easing (QE) by the US Federal Rese...
  Banks have long argued that the more capital they are required to hold, the less capital they will have to lend. But critics argue that a bank’s capital position weighs very little in decisions to lend, and better-capitalized banks are actually b...
US interest rates have been in a general declining trend since 1981, when Paul Volcker was Federal Reserve chairman and the 10-year Treasury bond yielded 16%. CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: CORPORATE DEBT ByGordon Platt US interest rates have been in a general decli...
With more assets under control than ever, central banks are evolving. But how new strategies will work is uncertain. UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES By Udayan Gupta The world’s central banks are on a desperate mission to stave off deflation. But even if their sh...
DEAR READER   JUNE 2013 | VOL. 27 NO. 6   We live in a world of quantitative easing and short-term interest rates close to zero; a world where central banks have recently taken on a new role, becoming the most active institutional investors in the w...
Global Finance presents the leading firms offering shariah-compliant products around the world.     A DEFINING MOMENT By Anita Hawser Global Finance presents the winners of its awards for the World’s Best Islamic Financial Insititutions 201...
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