Angola's de-dollarization drive

The country’s radical programme has put pressure on the banking sector, which in its short existence has relied heavily on the business brought in by foreign exchange.

Is Angola ready for PPPs?

The international community has lauded Angola for its quick-thinking and tough decision-making following the sharp fall in the oil price.

Country risk: There’s an A in Iceland

Two of the earliest victims of the sovereign debt crisis that hit Europe in 2009 are ahead of the pack again – but this time they are leading the way by re-establishing themselves as economic success stories.

The debt case for Middle East investment

Saudi Arabia and Iran have been presented chiefly as an opportunity on the equity side, but both markets are attracting interest from the fixed income community as well.