Euromoney's recent coverage of macroeconomic, FX, fixed income and equity market trends in Brazil, Russia, India and China.
The industry needs a change in the macroeconomic environment.
Investment bank steps in as BNDES stops crowding out; an important first in local-denominated financing of large project puts down marker.
Bracher admits “severe pressure” to reduce spreads; credit portfolios tilting to SME and consumer segments.
International investors blame political uncertainty; locals view sell-off as weakening carry-trade dynamics.
Have the vision.
Recent conversations with bankers and economists in Brazil have been confusing – sometimes it is hard to believe that both groups are talking about the same country.
The state has done a lot of damage.
Soviet military bunkers in Kazakhstan and portable houses in Siberia linked up to the plumbing: Bitcoin mining is moving in some interesting directions that will become even more diverse as China cracks down on its domestic industry.
New technology and a handful of savvy operators have transformed banking for SMEs in Russia since the start of the decade.
Three years ago, Raiffeisen Bank International was on the casualty list – today it is again one of the best-performing banks in Europe.
On a recent visit to the Russian central bank on a wintry day, Euromoney’s eye was caught by a chap holding a large and surprisingly professionally produced billboard.
A cost-cutting drive and a dearth of deal making at home have made for a turbulent few years at RenCap.
Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor Urjit Patel took to the stage at Gujarat National Law University on March 14 to make a simple request...
Just when everyone thought India’s state-owned banks were on the path to recovery, a $2 billion fraud at Punjab National Bank has knocked confidence in the whole sector and cast doubts on the government’s ambitious efforts to sort out these ailing lenders once and for all.
Domestic banks say that even if foreign rivals haven’t given up the ghost already, they face a tough future in India.
In an exclusive interview, Baroda chief executive PS Jayakumar admits failings in the bank’s South African operations, but denies institutional wrongdoing.
India threatens cryptocurrency crackdown; Ripple argues it has a remittance model.
CEO has broader ambitions as firm turns 10; impact investing still modest in Asia but growing.
View the results of the 2018 Asiamoney China corporate and investment banking awards here.
Five years after China launched its Belt and Road Initiative, its ambitions in the Middle East and Africa are beginning to go beyond infrastructure and oil.
Pakistan has long been as enamoured of the BRI as India is suspicious.
Highly leveraged and discomfited by escalating tariffs, the world’s most populous nation is holding steady in Euromoney’s survey, with a stronger risk profile than other Brics.
Any slowdown in the economy of the country that consumes so much local output will bring short-term pain and should be a long-term warning.