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The eurozone’s economic fortunes should start to recover with the arrival, at last, of full-blown quantitative easing. As the world’s leading currencies are set for a race to the bottom, it could be time to buy gold.
How did the relationship of the Swiss franc and the euro turn out to be purely platonic? Conscious uncoupling was perhaps inevitable.
Is Deutsche Bank contemplating a secret Götterdämmerung trade that would hive off sections of its investment bank and offer senior executives an escape route?
New COO Jonathan Moulds will bring a straightforward and sensible approach to the challenges facing Barclays. Will he end up pulling the strings more than CEO Antony Jenkins?
Nothing appears more contrarian than going long the Russian rouble and short the Swiss franc. But investing in Greek banks may be up there too.
The falling oil price has hit oil exporters hard, especially in Africa. But the region has three strengths that should protect its capital markets from the current crisis.
GS, MS and JPM have all arrived on the global map. Are the traditional private banks ready for the challenge?
Bond investors may need to travel down darker paths to cope with reduced secondary market liquidity.
How can Caesars Entertainment have an equity value of $2 billion while its bankrupt operating subsidiary owes creditors $18 billion?
On January 8, Santander took a volatile equity market by surprise, raising €7.5 billion ($8.9 billion) through an accelerated bookbuild, the largest such deal on record in the European equity capital markets.
We at Euromoney would never claim credit for Romania’s dramatic 25 year shift from the deepest, darkest communism of the Ceausescu era to today’s EU membership and its knocking at the euro’s door, but we’ve been fascinated to learn we’ve had a modest role in its economic transformation.
In Euromoney’s December 2014 issue, we described in detail how Bank Asya had become a political football in Turkey. Politics and banking now seem to have combined to create a row in Turkey’s football community as well.
Brazilian bank Bradesco opens its London office on February 9. A small delegation of senior bankers from the bank’s Brazilian headquarters will fly over to mark the occasion.
The news that Abu Dhabi’s International Petroleum Investment Company has secured naming rights to Real Madrid’s home ground – turning it into the Abu Dhabi Santiago Bernabeu – represents an interesting branding exercise. Sovereign wealth funds rarely seek brand recognition: usually quite the reverse.
Including the winners of Best global bank, Best global investment bank, and Banker of the year.
Leading private bankers and nontraditional wealth advisers discuss how the industry can embrace technology.
Christian Meissner, head of global corporate and investment banking at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, accepts the award.
Hon. Joe Oliver PC, MP and minister of finance for Canada gives the opening keynote at this year's Euromoney Global borrowers and investors forum.
The leader of the UK Independence Party Nigel Farage interviewed by Euromoney chairman Richard Ensor on stage at this year's Euromoney Global borrowers and investors forum.
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