Luke Zubrod • August 01, 2014
Since the passage of the regulatory reforms, derivatives market players can step back and see what’s worked and what needs improvement.
Jonathan Kandell • July 31, 2014
Buenos Aires feared settling with Paul Singer and other holdouts would have left it open to claims of up to $120 billion; hopes persist of a negotiated solution.
Craig Mellow • July 31, 2014
Spurred by the MH17 flight disaster, the EU’s latest round of economic sanctions against Russia are symbolic. But strongly symbolic.
Eric Johnson • July 30, 2014
Guangdong province’s novel bond issue injects some transparency into local government finance, and may herald a big new investment opportunity.
Aniket Shah • July 30, 2014
The financial community needs to take five key steps to address the global macroeconomic needs of the 21st century.
Tom Buerkle • July 29, 2014
Early Fed tightening and persistent weakness in emerging-markets economies pose major risks to the global economy, the IMF warns.
David Turner • July 29, 2014
The forecast for the Russian economy is gloomy, but the stock market offers bargains. The key: knowing which sectors are safest.
Robert Stowe England • July 29, 2014
Look for the dollar to continue on a forward march against other developed-markets currencies for at least the next six months, if not longer.
David Turner • July 28, 2014
Indonesia’s president-elect promises to invest in infrastructure and raise wages but needs to overcome political resistance to enact his policies.
Aaron Timms • July 28, 2014
Even with fiscal pressures, export credit agencies are poised to thrive in emerging markets for years to come because of their role in project finance.
Allen T. Cheng • July 27, 2014
The grand duchy is leveraging its mutual fund business and euro zone status with success, overtaking London for dim sum bond issuance.
Aaron Timms • July 24, 2014
Stan Druckenmiller believes inversions present an opportunity to pursue broader reform of the U.S. tax system, tax hikes included.
Mark Pey • July 23, 2014
Bitcoin goes beyond being a cross-border digital currency whose value is determined by the free market. It’s also an exercise in rethinking money itself.
Tom Buerkle • July 23, 2014
The Irish entrepreneur is spending heavily to develop his mobile network in the Caribbean and Pacific — and to give back to the community.
July 23, 2014
If you're operating in emerging markets, you have got to do some good in those markets, particularly if you're making a big profit, says Denis O'Brien of Digicel.
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