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Global Finance unveils its annual list of the best banks globally, regionally and by country. COVER STORY:AND THE WINNER IS… By Gordon Platt Global Finance unveils its annual list of the best banks globally, regionally and by country. Man...
The EU summit in July improved the European Financial Stability Facility's ability to respond to contagion. CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: FOREIGN EXCHANGE By Gordon Platt The EU summit in July not only reached agreement on a second bailout program for Greece,...
The benefits of joining the eurozone are not as clear as they once were for countries in Central and Eastern Europe. WAITING ON EUROLAND By Jonathan Gregson The benefits of joining the eurozone are not as clear as they once were for countries in C...
Change is in the air at this year’s annual Sibos conference in Toronto. SIBOS 2011 Change is in the air at this year’s annual Sibos conference in Toronto. Hosted by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT), the conference pro...
The London Stock Exchange (LSE) has been stymied in its attempt to take over Canada’s TMX Group, parent of the Toronto and Montreal exchanges and the TSX Venture Exchange. MILESTONES CANADA by Erik Heinrich Near-monopoly: Bid fa...
The euro tumbled against the dollar, the yen and the Swiss franc in mid-June, as European finance ministers reached an impasse on a second Greek aid package and demonstrators clashed with police in Athens. CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS FOREIGN EXCHANGE by Gordon P...
Multinationals are positioning themselves to capture lucrative gains from the internationalization of China’s currency. COVER STORY — RENMINBI RISING By Michael Shari Multinationals are positioning themselves to capture lucrative gains from the i...
Differing monetary policy reactions to the rise in oil prices are driving currency values. CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS:FOREIGN EXCHANGE By Gordon Platt Dollar Weakens As Eurozone Rates Are First To Rise Differing monetary policy reactions to the rise...
Banking systems in Asia and Latin America were the first to recover from the global financial crisis and recession. ANNUAL SURVEY: THE WORLD’S BEST BANKS 2011 By Gordon Platt, Antonio Guerrero, Anita Hawser and Denise Bedell Growth Returns But Questi...
Europe’s continuing sovereign debt crisis leaves non-members of the eurozone relishing their monetary independence. FOCUS: CEEECONOMIC INDEPENDENCE By Vanessa Drucker Europe’s continuing sovereign debt crisis has left many non-members of the e...
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