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The euro is likely to decline against the dollar, due to political uncertainty in Europe and weak economic conditions. CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: FOREIGN EXCHANGE ByGordon Platt The euro is likely to decline against the dollar in the medium term, due to politi...
The Federal Reserve gave its seal of approval to China’s system of bank regulation and unanimously approved the first-ever takeover of a US retail bank by a state-owned Chinese bank.   MILESTONES:UNITED STATES CHINA ByGordon Platt The Federal Res...
China is closely managing its forays into Europe through state-controlled vehicles and corporate investment. WITH A COOL HAND By Laurence Neville China is taking advantage of the European crisis to make strategic investments in the Continent and encourage ...
BRIC BY BRIC MAY 2012  |  VOL. 26 NO. 5   The outgoing president of the World Bank, Robert Zoellick, recently made a statement that we consider particularly relevant to our readers. Zoellick claimed that the World Bank backs the creation of a...
Former Communist Bloc countries took varied routes to market liberalization, reflected in the impact of recent crises. A REGION IN TRANSITION By Vanessa Drucker Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, former Iron Curtain countries have embarked on a long road t...
The expanding consumer class is fueling growth—particularly in sub-Saharan Africa—but risks remain.   LAND OF OPPORTUNITY By Antonio Guerrero A number of African markets may be on the verge of massive growth—fueled by a rising consumer class. ...
The character of the offshore renminbi market is changing as it experiences rapid growth.   A DIM SUM BANQUET By Arthur Clennam The offshore renminbi market has been growing rapidly, but its character is changing. Were it a new model car, the m...
The country is poised for growth, but must make further reforms to reach its potential.   GREAT EXPECTATIONS By Justin Keay The government has lofty aspirations for Turkish growth, but reform and demographic development are necessary for the nation...
Global Finance presents its 19th annual awards for the best banks in the developed and emerging markets. SEEKING STABILITY ByThomas Clouse, Jonathan Gregson, Antonio Guerrero & Gordon Platt Global Finance presents its 19th annual awards for the bestban...
Dollar rose sharply after the FOMC's March meeting signaled that QE3 is unlikely unless the US economy slows rapidly. CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: FOREIGN EXCHANGE ByGordon Platt The dollar rose sharply last month after the Federal Open Market Committee’s meet...
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