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Fed chairman Ben Bernanke said US labor market improvements may be short lived, and rates with stay low for some time. CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: CORPORATE DEBT ByGordon Platt Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke said recently that improvements in the US l...
Asia's business leaders, policymakers and analysts gather in Manila in May to discuss regional development strategies.   ENVISIONING THE FUTURE By Thomas Clouse Business leaders, policymakers and development experts will gather in Manila the first w...
Would the global economic crisis have been so severe if cooperative banks—which create value for their members as they achieve profits—ruled the financial world? MILESTONES:GLOBAL ByPaula Green Would the global economic crisis have been so severe if co...
Political gridlock from upcoming elections could slow capital markets activity and reduce global investment. ELECTION YEAR By Laurence Neville Numerous countries around the world are holding elections this year, which could create market uncertainty and ho...
DEAR READER   MARCH 2012 | VOL.26 NO.3   In deciding to focus on elections worldwide for this month's cover story, we weren't just pondering their political implications and the relative uncertainty they occasion, we were also considering the global...
An increasing number of companies consider environmental risk insurance as integral to good business operations. ENVIRONMENTAL INSURANCE: GLOBAL EXPOSURE MANAGEMENT By Anita Hawser Environmental risk insurers are offering more sophisticated solutions and a...
Preparing to chair the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in 2014, Myanmar is also opening its doors to foreign investment. MILESTONES:MYANMAR ByThomas Clouse Preparing to chair the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in 2014, M...
Predicting what countries will be the next growth outperformers is tricky at best. But winners will undoubtedly profit. COVER STORY: THE 10% + CLUB By Laurence Neville Predicting what countries will be the next growth outperformers is tricky at...
Runaway gold prices are empowering mining companies to finance themselves—and forcing banks to innovate. GO WITH GOLD ByMichael Shari Runaway gold prices are empowering mining companies to finance themselves—and forcing banks to innovate, providi...
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in August gave the world’s gold markets a double-fisted punch. MILESTONES:VENEZUELA ByAntonio Guerrero Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in August gave the world’s gold markets a double-fisted punch. ...
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