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Australia has struck it rich, and lucky, as it has used its natural resources to benefit from the China spending boom.
The euro crisis has already resulted in the region’s country risk scores falling by a greater margin than the Asian economies in 1997.
Country risk rankings are dropping sharply in the Eurozone periphery and across the entire Middle East, including Qatar which had been viewed as relatively immune to the fallout from the Arab Spring.
In uncertain credit markets, the value of best-in-market research has risen.
The world’s largest borrowers in the international bond markets rate the products and services offered by the biggest deal arrangers.
Euromoney’s Best borrowers capture the most important names and trends seen across the globe during the past 12 months.
A new Euromoney survey shows three established leaders have high market shares and plenty of rivals.
Euromoney’s latest country risk results reflect political turmoil in the Middle East and the continued uncertainty within the Eurozone.
The capital markets experienced peaks and trough in 2010.