FX: Euro Supported By ECB Plan To Buy Bonds

CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: FOREIGN EXCHANGE By Gordon Platt The euro rebounded to a two-month high in early September, as European policymakers approved a plan to lower borrowing costs for debt-laden members of the euro area through open-ended purchases of bonds ...

Africa: Oil & Gas

DIFFFICULT CHOICES By Antonio Guerrero African oil producers stand to benefit from continued sanctions on Iranian oil exports. But their path is not without challenges. As the US and EU tighten the screws on Iran, imposing sanctions on Iranian oil ...

FX: Central Banks Could Help Euro

CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: FOREIGN EXCHANGE By Gordon Platt A favorable ruling by Germany's constitutional court on the legitimacy of the eurozone's permanent bailout fund, and coordinated easing by global central banks are both needed to ease concerns about Europe's debt ...

Poland Shines In CEE

STAR GAZING By Vanessa Drucker Among Central and Eastern European countries, Poland’s economic performance clearly stands out. Unlike other countries it has the luxury of economic growth, and it boasts a large domestic market that can pick up the slack ...

Emerging Markets Roundup: India

COCA-COLA AND IKEA STEP UP INVESTMENT IN INDIA, DESPITE SLOWING GROWTH By Aaron Chaze Ikea, the Swedish retailer, has applied to the Indian government for permission to open 25 stores across the country, investing $1.9 billion in the country. Coca-Cola ...

Looking Back, Moving Forward: Foreign Exchange

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 ...