Euromoney's recent coverage of macroeconomic, FX, fixed income and equity market trends in Brazil, Russia, India and China.
It was always going to be a tough year for debt capital markets in Latin America.
Jair Bolsonaro's election today as Brazil’s next president could well spell more market upside, but the nationalist protectionism that is likely to follow should give investors pause
All eyes will be on the next Brazilian president’s first steps towards a much-needed fiscal adjustment.
Brazil’s banks are now an election issue.
Credit scoring changes could be the key to breaking Brazil’s interest-rate burden.
Regulatory changes to Brazil’s positive credit bureau open way for fintech start-up; better data predicted to lead to lower cost credit and GDP growth.
Cryptocurrencies are still not legal in Russia for now, but that isn’t stopping businesses from preparing to take hold of the future.
When the World Cup fanfare is over, investors must gauge whether the country represents a better bet than other emerging markets – and there are still some nagging doubts.
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.
SBI head outlines path to asset resolution; says sector still shocked by PNB fraud.
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.
The prospectus for the forthcoming Hong Kong IPO of Bitmain, which dominates the market for cryptocurrency mining hardware, unveils the highs and lows of businesses linked to bitcoin.
Following in the footsteps of Egypt and South Africa, Nigeria has signed up for a currency swap deal with China, but are swaps all they are cracked up to be?
Drive, reach and contacts separate the winners from the rest of the pack.
The country is famously extending its reach across the Eurasian continent, building infrastructure and more for the benefit of itself and the countries the Silk Road passes through.
The insurance firm has armed itself to the teeth with fintech, but can it really take on internet champions such as Alibaba and Tencent?
Both Japan and China are competing for the right to finance and build new infrastructure worth trillions of dollars in the Philippines and other parts of southeast Asia.