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IMF/Word Bank Meetings Seminar: Tuesday, October 8, 3:00 pm. Understanding the nature of growth challenges across different EMs is a significant priority to strengthen the Fund’s surveillance efforts. To that end, the Fund will hold a high-level conferenc...
IMF/World Bank Meetings Seminar: Wednesday, October 9, 2:00 pm: Emerging markets have played an important role on the global economic stage. More recently, a second group of countries—the Frontier economies—are receiving increased attention. There ...
IMF/World Bank Meetings Seminar, Thursday, October 10, 4:00 pm: Five years after the peak of the Great Recession, growth remains anemic across most of Europe and unemployment has reached high levels in all countries but a few. As the risk of renewed crisis is re...
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 ...
Brazilian IMF rep Paulo Nogueira Batista refused on July 31 to back the latest funding package for Greece.   MILESTONES By Luca Ventura “Implementation has been unsatisfactory in almost all areas; growth and debt sustainability assumptions continu...
Odebrecht Offshore Drilling reopens global capital markets to Brazilian issuers with $1.7 billion bond offering.   EMERGING MARKETS ROUNDUP By Antonio Guerrero Odebrecht Offshore Drilling Finance, a division of one of Brazil’s largest privately-he...
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...
Brazil is spending lavishly on infrastructure. But whether it lifts the economy remains to be seen.   SUNSET, OR A NEW SUNRISE? By Michael Shari Brazil faces a monumental challenge in meeting the expectations of its citizens, corporations and global i...
The quantitative easing launched in recent years by the central banks of the United States, the eurozone and Japan is entering a new phase. In the United States, the Fed will reduce the total amount of monthly investments in Treasuries and other fixed-income instruments...
The Dilma Rousseff administration signed into law new regulations that open the country’s ports to greater private-sector investments. BRAZILIAN PORTS OPEN TO PRIVATE INVESTORS By Antonio Guerrero The Dilma Rousseff administration signed into law new regula...
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