Analysts at Barclays Capital say block trade reporting rules under Dodd-Frank Act will create additional risk for dealers
As the Australian power market grows, international investment banks will need to bag the local talent to capitalise on the opportunities presented, say experts
Current policies are unsustainable with equity returns in emerging markets likely to outperform those of developed markets, according to Barclays Capital annual equities outlook.
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BarCap research analysts forecast commodity intensive GDP for emerging markets for 2011, with strong growth in the base metals sector
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The US and China’s failure to reach a currency agreement at the November G-20 meeting in Seoul, combined with a rampant yen, has put most Japanese exporters at a significant competitive disadvantage. The strength of the yen is destroying corporate earnings...
Energy market fragmentation is likely to continue as larger players scale back their activities under Dodd-Frank
Barclays Capital has expanded its geographical footprint with the launch of an index designed for use as a benchmark in portfolios covering Asia-Pacific convertibles.
Barclays Capital has launched an index that provides investors with liquid exposure to local currency bonds in emerging markets.
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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