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Bond market has ability to adapt
Akshaya Bhargava, Barclays' new CEO for wealth and investment management, has his work cut out.
Euromoney Country Risk’s expert panel identifies corruption as the main political risk factor in most countries in the region, though overall economic risk has fallen since 2011.
Kenya’s largest mobile phone carriers will push ahead with the acquisition of yuMobile after Kenyan authorities removed a number of restrictive conditions on the deal.
Over-reliant on foreign investment to balance its books, Turkey is facing an investor retreat in the face of political instability. The long-term solution is a big expansion of domestic investment of untapped savings, but the instability is slowing this too.
UBS announces that Alex Friedman, global chief investment officer, will be leaving the firm.
Euromoney looks at the fine art of cross-border deal approval as the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States gnashes its teeth.
The global financial crisis might mark the beginning of a broader realization that global hyper-capitalism has reached its limits. The failure of the AstraZeneca/Pfizer merger shows that, for good or ill, a backlash has begun.
Can Dubai take advantage of Tehran’s rapprochement with the US to once again become Iran’s de facto financial link to the world?
Joint investment fund undertakes new deals; Kazakhstan’s nationalized bank sell-offs set to go.
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