FX: Cyprus Fallout Weighs On Euro

CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: FOREIGN EXCHANGE


By Gordon Platt

The euro slumped to a four-month low in the aftermath of the bailout of Cyprus, as market participants worried about the implications for other countries on the periphery of the eurozone. Although ...

Country Report: Turkey

ENGINEERING THE NEW TURKEY


By Justin Keay

Major infrastructure investments and improved economic strength are just two of a number of positive developments to come out of Turkey in the past year.

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Ankara stunned investors in February by scrapping its ...

Frontier Markets Focus: Panama

MEETING POINT


By Dan Keeler


Panama is working hard to become the dominant corporate hub in Central America.

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With its stable and open economy and its uniquely favorable location as the bridge between North and South America, Panama has long ...

Report: Central & Eastern Europe

CHANGE IS AFOOT


By Paul Mackintosh

Central & Eastern European countries are trying hard to differentiate themselves from their southwestern neighbors. Corporates in the region are dealing with a new playing field as many assets once owned by major Western players ...

Regional Report: Asia

A DECOUPLING IN THE WORKS


By Udayan Gupta

Intraregional investment within Asia is starting to take hold—reducing reliance on demand from developed markets.

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When Essar Power, a unit of Asian energy giant Essar Energy, raised approximately $900 million in ...

Cover: Currencies: War or Peace?

NO LONGER JUST A GAME?


By Ronald Fink

The recent spate of currency devaluation will start to have a serious impact unless global leaders focus on economic fundamentals, rather than figments.

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The yen is down 25% against the euro since ...

FX: Dollar In Long-Term Bull Trend

CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: FOREIGN EXCHANGE


By Gordon Platt

The dollar has been in a long-term declining trend against the major currencies for nearly a decade, losing about 40% in value, but analysts say it is no longer weakening in periods ...