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
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With countries such as Indonesia and the Philippines trying to increase domestic energy capacity, Alex Davis examines how both emerging nations in the Asia-Pacific rim and international banks and energy firms can iron out nascent market risks
Asia is a primary source of offset credits for European compliance buyers, but increased risks associated with the CDM market in the region are forcing risk managers to re-examine their portfolio strategies accordingly, as Katie Holliday reports
As if one needed reminding, the precariousness of the economic recovery was recently underlined by two events. First, UK data showed GDP growth in the country had declined 0.5% in the fourth quarter of last year. The figure and strong fall were unexpected...
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.
As the US continues to print money and tolerate a cavernous trade gap, regional policy-makers are buying the greenback and imposing capital controls to defend export-led economies from local currency appreciation. However, the apparent futility of this...
Technology can provide a competitive advantage in banking. How it is applied by Tier 1 and Tier 2 institutions, to the benefit for their risk management systems, is discussed.
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