Middle East: Special focus

Middle East: Special focus

Exploring the challenges and opportunities

Iran's pivotal moment

Iran's pivotal moment

Tehran is at a crossroads…

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What is RSS?

RSS allows you to keep track of the latest stories from Euromoney.com. You can take Euromoney's news headlines, free of charge, and incorporate them into your preferred newsreaders and blogs. It also allows you to see the latest headlines from your favourite sites without having to visit them one by one, and click directly through to the articles you want to read. 
 
Using Euromoney.com RSS feeds 
 
Step one, select your preferred way of receiving  RSS - you may need to register or subscribe to a news reader. If you already have a news reader installed on your computer go straight to step two.

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Step two, click on the link for the feed that you want to receive. You'll be taken through to a page which provides full information on that feed.

Copy the feed URL into your RSS reader or drag the RSS icon into your news feed application

Use the feed to track the latest articles on topics you choose from euromoney.com


Final days of Ricardo Salgado and Banco Espírito Santo

Euromoney Pulse Survey: Renminbi’s internationalization continues apace
When BES collapsed earlier this year, markets briefly feared a return of the crisis to Portugal and to Europe. Even after the bank's bailout, investigators still pore over bank documents, transfers and deals, trying to make sense of Salgado’s last days battling to keep his empire afloat. The backstory is of an extraordinary decades-long rivalry between the country's two pre-eminent business families.