Should Deutschmark and French franc bonds be converted to the nearest euro, or to two decimal places - to the nearest euro cent? Arcane as this discussion may seem it has come close to fisticuffs among the Perrier and sandwiches as government officials and trade bodies try to ensure a liquid euro securities market in 1999.
...when it's perfectly transparent, but not very liquid.
Goldman Sachs promotes itself as the company's friend, saying it prefers to advise clients on friendly acquisitions.
Red chips have dominated headlines and share trading in Hong Kong in 1997.
Financial web sites are no longer little more than electronic advertisements.
Defying acute political uncertainty and a high-risk
macroeconomic environment, some of Turkey's largest companies are preparing to make international offerings.
The banking system is taking steps to shape up for European competition.
The globalization of the securities markets can put issuers and underwriters in breach of us law without their realizing it.
Three years of declining margins have lenders scrambling for yield.
Foreign funds are reducing their holdings in the relatively expensive Spanish equity market but domestic demand is mopping this up - and more.