View results of the Euromoney FX Survey 2017 here.
Euromoney’s country risk survey shows disparate risk trends emerging in Q1 2017 as leading economists and political experts reassess their views on asset safety in the wake of changing commodity prices, currencies and populist political trends.
More than 2,000 private banks took part in the 2017 Euromoney private banking survey.
ECR’s crowd-sourcing survey shows global risk rising in 2016, with leading economists and political experts revising their views on asset safety.
Argentina’s ground-breaking return to the bond markets captured the headlines, but finance minister Alfonso Prat-Gay’s credibility and rapid reactions have played a vital role in its restored standing.
Pakistan’s central bank governor Ashraf Wathra has played a crucial role in boosting the country’s financial credibility among the international community.
The calming of the political shock of Brexit, with oil prices now receiving Opec support, is preventing global risks from worsening, yet with a referendum looming in Italy, elections in the US and Europe to come, not to mention frail banks and several countries mired in difficulties, it might be the calm before another global storm.