Selling short

The SEC’s emergency regulation, announced by chairman Christopher Cox Tuesday July 15th, aims to limit some types of short selling to eliminate “unlawful manipulation through naked short selling that threatens the stability of financial institutions.” Euromoney's coverage of past regulations and questionable events is worth a look today.

Awards for Excellence 2008

The Euromoney Awards for excellence define banking excellence in global categories and across 110 individual countries.

Real estate special focus

As the global real estate markets feel the pinch of the credit crunch Euromoney/Liquid real estate reports on the most important market developments.

Primary debt poll 2008: Survival of the fittest

After a year that has been ruthless in its revelation of sub-par debt services, the Euromoney debt poll reveals which banks have managed to survive the credit crunch with their reputations, and their client bases, still intact.

Country risk March 2008: Overall results

The US is in danger of dropping out of the top 10 in our semi-annual country risk survey as fears of an economic downturn and an uncertain political future dent analysts’ confidence.

Islamic finance awards 2008

The growth in size, expertise and therefore competition in the Shariah-compliant market in 2008 made Euromoney’s choices for our Islamic finance awards the hardest to date.