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DISINTERMEDIATION AND GLOBALIZATION   By Thomas Clouse   Piyush Gupta is CEO of Singapore's DBS Group Holdings and DBS Bank. Global Finance: What have been the key financial trends since 1987? Piyush Gupta: On a global level, disin...
SUCCESSES   By Laurence Neville   A quick glance at the Fortune 500 for 1987 and 2012 reveals a number of similarities in the ranking of the largest companies in the US: ExxonMobil, GM, Ford, GE and AT&T all feature prominently in both lists. ...
Transformation By Justin Keay How things change. A list of the best business, economics and finance books compiled pre-crisis would probably have focused on up-and-coming Internet companies, how to make a fortune on the stock exchange, how to invest suc...
MODERNIZATION   By Justin Keay   Back in 1987 the main recipients of foreign direct investment were developed markets, plus some of Asia's miracle economies. Emerging markets barely featured. Today Russia and Poland are in the top 25 along with In...
CURRENCY CRISES AND CURRENCY WARS   By Gordon Platt   FX has withstood many crises, including speculative attacks on the British pound, the Mexican peso crisis, the Thai baht crisis and, more recently, a euro under strain and a potential threat to...
TOOLS FOR MANAGING RISK, OR WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION? By Gordon Platt As companies looked to hedge their risks, a new asset class, derivatives, was born in the 1980s.   But over the years a number of substantial losses have served as a remin...
MECHANISMS OF GROWTH   By Antonio Guerrero   Twenty-five years ago, Goldman Sachs' Jim O'Neill was still more than a decade away from coining the acronym BRIC to identify the high-growth markets of Brazil, Russia, India and China—an event which ...
SEXY AND SOPHISTICATED   By Anita Hawser   Oiling the wheels of global trade has never been more important, particularly as regulation and capital constraints challenge banks' commitment to the business.   Collaborative B2B platforms a...
THE HUMAN FACTOR IN ECONOMIC THEORY   By Justin Keay   Traditional economic theory has been challenged by recent market events in global financial markets, and that challenge has given rise to a new generation of economic soothsayers who are looki...
THE STARS SHINE BRIGHT   By Kathryn Tully   For its anniversary issue, Global Finance crunched the numbers to come up with the institutions that have won our World's Best Bank awards most often over the past 16 years. Presenting The Winners' Circl...
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