Regulation puts global banking in peril

Regulation puts global banking in peril

Don’t believe the G20 hype

Leveraged finance

Leveraged finance

The threat to corporate America

FX-survey-logo-2015Euromoney Foreign Exchange Survey 2015



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All eyes back on Greece but break-up still unlikely, say analysts

All eyes back on Greece but break-up still unlikely, say analysts

January 2015

Concerns that Greece could be on the verge of leaving the euro are back to the fore after the country called elections that could usher in a government determined to rip up the existing aid agreement – but analysts doubt the brinkmanship will lead to Greece leaving the single currency, let alone a full-scale euro break-up.


 

 

 
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  • ‘Barrier running’ investigation alarms FX traders

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  • Bank FX technology spend on the rise

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  • Currency hedge funds continue to disappoint

    It has been a chastising few years for currency hedge funds. Several high-profile currency managers have closed down due to poor performance while many that have survived have struggled with redemptions. But some hedge fund allocators are predicting an imminent return to form for FX strategies.


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  • Emerging markets ride 2014 FX rollercoaster

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