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Euromoney's recent coverage of macroeconomic, FX, fixed income and equity market trends in Brazil, Russia, India and China.
The country has disappointed investors by revealing undisclosed liabilities, which is underlining how African borrowers must be treated with caution.
The country’s finances are in such a parlous state that it must treat the IMF and bondholders with all due respect to get the result it needs.
Letshego has the ambition of becoming Africa’s leading inclusive finance group.
At the largest private-sector investment firm in the Persian Gulf, the line between business and politics has always been blurred – its well-connected new executive chairman Mohammed bin Mahfoodh Al Ardhi seems a perfect fit for that curious tradition.
Angola, which has recently emerged from civil war, is in the process of building its own identity.
Euromoney investigates how the relaxation of western sanctions on Iran – dubbed the world’s most lucrative closed economy – will jump-start trade and capital flows from Europe to the Gulf, and plots a vision for the country's banking system and economic transformation, more generally.
Banks in Iran have made progress since the signing of the nuclear deal, yet many obstacles to doing business internationally remain; for every step forward, there seems to be one back.
A cyclical blip in a structural bull market or a fundamental re-appraisal of the growth and investment prospects in developing economies? Euromoney wades into the debate about the recent bear run in emerging markets and provides coverage of FX, fixed income and equity market trends.
The Egyptian central bank’s decision to allow the pound to float freely in November caught many bankers in Cairo by surprise.
End to multi-year political impasse; factions jostle for ministerial roles.
Commerce could reverse Trump’s vow to dismantle the Iran nuclear deal.
The borrower is on shakier ground as its ability to refinance debt is questioned.
Country deems debt unsustainable; IMF support may be imminent.
IMF responds with $12 billion loan approval; banks’ long-term prospects improve.
After failing to reach agreement at its last two meetings, Opec agreed this week to cut oil output for the first time in eight years.
IFC teams up for first carbon credit coupons; billions of dollars needed to stop deforestation.
Immediately after Donald Trump’s election victory, Euromoney visited Tehran to gauge the reaction of one group likely to be affected more than most – Iran’s banking community.
Cutting ties with money transfer companies has deeper implications than many big banks are prepared to admit.
Investors should not get too carried away by Saudi’s bond market triumph: there is still much that can derail its long-term strategy.
In his first 16 months as governor of Kenya’s central bank, Patrick Njoroge has had to work through constant concerns about the health of the country’s economy and financial sector.
A recent $17.5 billion bond issue by Saudi Arabia was hailed as a resounding success by capital market participants who have a strong interest in further fundraising by the kingdom, including an expected IPO of Saudi Aramco that could break records with a size around $100 billion.
It seems $100 billion is the new benchmark fundraising target for firms looking to make an impact.
Resumes African expansion as Barclays retreats; hints of more jobs to match Egypt’s economic growth.
Eurobonds back after three-month post-coup shutdown; October supply tops $3.5 billion.
Kingdom’s debut is largest ever EM deal; Vision 2030 chimes with investors.
The younger and energetic Mohammed Al-Jadaan has a record of transformation.
Libyan Investment Authority fails to convince court US bank duped it; Société Générale case even bigger but LIA is rudderless.