Preparing for inflation
JP Morgan jumps on Asia potential
Bank of America Merrill Lynch has conducted what is believed to be the first currency swap in China with a corporate client after Safe gave the green light for such transactions to start trading on March 1.
Robust stock levels
China leads the way as UK structured product providers try new underlyings
Deutsche Bank claims to be the first major dealer to offer offshore renminbi on an electronic trading platform, although forex broker EBS says it already offers a hybrid broking service for the offshore Chinese currency. Together, however, the initiatives...
In search of strong growth — BRIC: Optimised risk/return profile
Commerzbank China Volatility Target Fund
Sunny outlook for Brazil
Chinese corporates will now have access to onshore and offshore hedging markets
Emerging markets: braced for the end of the party?
Chinese E&P company CNOOC has announced a $1.3 billion deal to purchase a 33.3% stake in some of US producer Chesapeake's shale assets
In the pipeline
Energising the future
Looking beyond 2012
Behind China’s great currency wall
Editor's letter: February 2011
Inflation, currency debasement and sovereign debt will remain concerns this year, according to ETF Securities. But the outlook for exchange-traded products looks positive as investors are increasingly use them to reflect their views on markets.
The spoils of war
The local touch