Euromoney's recent coverage of macroeconomic, FX, fixed income and equity market trends in Brazil, Russia, India and China.
Itaú is performing well, but faces challenges in its corporate banking unit.
Santander’s Brazilian bank took lots of deserved acclaim when Santander released its global third-quarter results, but keep an eye on Mexico.
Euromoney’s survey experts doubt that Jair Bolsonaro will make a successful stab at the presidency, as his controversial personal style and lack of experience make it difficult to legislate for reforms.
A lower-profile announcement caught Euromoney’s eye after the bluster of the G20 meetings in Buenos Aires.
Capital markets could be in for a bumper year in Brazil in 2019, with bankers hoping that a strong economic inheritance and a market-friendly policy agenda will prompt a jolt of activity.
Concerns over president-elect Amlo could see investors rethink their Mexico exposure.
With new US sanctions looming over Russia and the effects of higher oil prices largely already priced in, will the Russian rouble sink or swim as we approach the end of 2018?
Investment bankers hope for an autumn thaw after a spring freeze.
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.
The problem with India’s state bank mergers.
The country is defying global uncertainty and market turmoil in the lead-up to elections in 2019, with the country in a stronger position now to withstand the prospect of BJP falling.
In both China and India, winning approval to sell offshore bonds can be a torment.
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.
The pieces are starting to shift on the board of Chinese investment banking.
Volatility in China and increased onshore access means a greater need for hedging; Singapore also building offshore rupee traction.
New numbers suggest there could be trouble ahead for Asian high-yield issuers.
New penalties from China’s bank regulator suggest a firmer stance on trying to bury bad debts, but it’s not just a bludgeoning.
Every reported number in 2018 from CCB was impressive.
Numbers are solid and money is flowing into the system, but ICBC must avoid the temptation to drift from its conservative approach to risk.