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Situated in the southern Indian Ocean about 1,200 miles off the southeast coast of Africa, Mauritius wants to be the go-to country for entrepreneurs seeking business opportunities on the African continent. By Paula L. Green Mauritius is definitely...
Big steps have been taken in the Shanghai Free Trade Zone that will translate into better treasury services for companies in China. By Arthur Clennam Shanghai's pilot free trade zone, initiated last September, is about 11 square miles and covers fou...
Argentina’s sharp devaluation of the peso in January came as little surprise.   MILESTONES By Tiziana Barghini Argentina has it tough. With GDP growth expected to fall to approximately 1.5% this year (compared with growth of more than 8% in 2011),...
Brazil posted net FX outflows of $12.3bn for 2013, marking the first negative balance since the 2008 financial crisis.   EMERGING MARKETS ROUNDUP By Antonio Guerrero Brazil posted a net foreign exchange outflow of $12.3 billion for 2013, marking the...
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...
Study shows U.S.-based multinationals lost an average of 1.3% of Q3 profits to currency gyrations; five killer currencies . By Ronald Fink Profits: Lost in translation Companies are struggling mightily to manage currency exposure ...
Despite a global probe into trading irregularities, the FX market is thriving.   ANNUAL SURVEY — STABILITY AMID CHANGE By Gordon Platt A global investigation into trading irregularities has not hampered growth or innovation in one of the world’s...
Analysts see a purple patch for the greenback in 2014.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt Despite the euro’s surprisingly strong showing in 2013, analysts expect the dollar to advance against most major currencies this year. The euro won’t ...
The European currency weakened against the US dollar, as traders fretted about a return to recession in the eurozone.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt The outlook for the euro has worsened, following a slowdown in inflation in the eurozone to...
The Land of the Rising Sun’s currency started rising in October. Then reality kicked in. By Forrest Jones It’s been a tough few weeks for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Despite a concerted bid by Abe and other leaders in Tokyo ea...
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