FX Supplement: The Euro Belies the Pessimists

PROFITING FROM THE BEAUTY PAGEANT   By Laurence Neville   Despite the eurozone’s debt woes, the euro has remained remarkably resilient thanks to a range of factors, including a more credible ECB under Mario Draghi and diversification away from the ...

FX Supplement: Winners’ Circle: Foreign Exchange

LONG-TERM DEPENDABILITY   By Kathryn Tully   The overall winning bank and many of the regional category winners for foreign exchange have remained consistently strong for over a decade.   Deutsche Bank has been the magazine’s global winner for foreign ...

FX Supplement: FX Market Overview

FX EXCELS WHILE OTHER ASSETS FALTER   By Gordon Platt   The FX markets are evolving: Trade and currency internationalization, and the shift toward exchanges, will further this process.   Foreign exchange has proven itself as a separate asset class ...

FX Supplement: Introduction: Uncertainty Reigns

UNCERTAINTY REIGNS   The foreign exchange market is going through a period of significant change on multiple fronts. New regulations introduced in the wake of the financial crisis will redefine users of foreign exchange services and divide the market into ...

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 ...

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 ...