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The quantitative easing launched in recent years by the central banks of the United States, the eurozone and Japan is entering a new phase. In the United States, the Fed will reduce the total amount of monthly investments in Treasuries and other fixed-income instruments...
Izzet Bensusan of Karbone discusses market dynamics, financing and investment opportunities for alternative energy.     TRADING IN THE GREEN By Udayan Gupta At Global Finance’s monthly Salon, Izzet Bensusan, executive director of renewable-energy ...
Global Finance presents its annual awards honoring the leading subcustodians worldwide.   SAFETY FIRST By Gordon Platt Safeguarding client assets has never been more important in this era of global economic uncertainty —and even subcustodians are fi...
Central Asian countries must diversify their economies to maintain growth. DESPERATE TO DIVERSIFY By Kim Iskyan The countries of central Asia are working hard to become more than one-trick ponies, as each struggles in its own way to reduce economic relianc...
Nigeria will soon pass South Africa as the continent’s largest economy, but it must make that a sustainable position.     THE RIGHT ROUTE FOR GROWTH By Antionio Guerrero Nigeria has averaged 7% growth over the past decade. But effectively man...
Portugal is still making structural adjustments to realign its economy. But citizens are wearying of austerity measures.     MODEL FOR GROWTH? By Vanessa Drucker The Troika’s “darling of reform” is in its third year of recession. Citizens—...
Chinese companies face trade friction in Europe now that the EC has imposed tariffs on Chinese solar panels.   CHINESE SOLAR-PANEL MAKERS FACE TRADE TARIFFS IN EUROPE By Thomas Clouse Chinese companies face trade friction in Europe now that the Euro...
The Dilma Rousseff administration signed into law new regulations that open the country’s ports to greater private-sector investments. BRAZILIAN PORTS OPEN TO PRIVATE INVESTORS By Antonio Guerrero The Dilma Rousseff administration signed into law new regula...
With more assets under control than ever, central banks are evolving. But how new strategies will work is uncertain. UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES By Udayan Gupta The world’s central banks are on a desperate mission to stave off deflation. But even if their sh...
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