So you think the euro is having a rough ride? What you've seen is a deliberate devaluation strategy from the political hard core.
Leading supervisors on the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision are giving their 1988 rules a much-needed overhaul, trying to bring capital charges closer to the banks' own view of risk and return.
Euroland finally seems to be accelerating.
Some swap counterparties of defunct Hong Kong investment bank Peregrine are claiming a double discount on what they owe its liquidators.
In the first of a series of articles examining the businesses of foreign banks in the US, Antony Currie looks at UK bank NatWest's investment banking and treasury operations.
Few other areas of international finance have been as disaster-strewn in recent years as equity derivatives.
Deutsche Telekom's €11 billion share issue in late June was like the company itself: too big to ignore and surrounded by controversy.
Don't fall prey to confusing a successful currency with a strong one, says Avinash Persaud.
The Pfandbrief market is now the single biggest bond market in Europe.