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Highlights from the January issue of Euromoney magazine

Euromoney Skew gives you a quick glimpse into the highlights of the most recent issue of the magazine


Here are the highlights from the latest issue of Euromoney magazine:




The investment banks of the future

The era of global investment banking is coming to an end. But financial trade involving and between developing markets will continue to grow. This gives a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to firms based in those markets to build not just leading domestic franchises but also ones that can compete on a much broader scale. Which emerging market investment banks are best placed to take it?

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Global finance: Running on empty

As the European bank-funding crisis pushes banks to fund themselves ever shorter-term, concerns are growing that collateral, the lifeblood of all secured borrowing, is running out. Can the shadow banking system ride to the rescue?

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IMF's Singh warns of the threat of collateral drought to global liquidity

IMF senior economist Manmohan Singh says the shadow-banking system is a necessary part of the monetary universe, and therefore something that regulators and policymakers must thoroughly understand if they are to have any success in improving economic performance.

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ECB: Two cheers for the three-year LTRO

Will Europe’s leaders do enough to convince banks to finance its problem sovereigns through an ECB-led carry trade?

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Funding: A Talf for Europe

ECB lets banks delever in orderly fashion; Bank bond issues might be scarce this year

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Foreign exchange: Renminbi internationalization to continue in 2012

Depreciation eases concern over speculation; Internationalization might pressure euro

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Brazil’s equities market suffers an identity crisis

Rest of region outpaces traditional leader; Poor IPO performance blamed

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Macaskill on markets: An unhappy new year for corporate activity

Banks face tough decisions on how hard they should fight to retain sales and trading market share in different sectors, as the great deleveraging drive of 2012 gets under way.

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