Risk perceptions continue to rise in the Middle East and north Africa as Libyan crackdown ratchets up political tension
Risk perceptions on Tunisia, Egypt, Morocco and Bahrain widen
Bahraini authorities crack down on protesters as spreads rise across the Middle East and North Africa.
Risk perceptions rise across Middle East as popular protests continue
Spreads widen in Egypt and Bahrain as popular protests continue across the region
CDS spreads widen substantially in run-up to resignation of Egypt's president
CDS spreads spike as beleaguered president refuses to leave
Middle East tensions continue while risk perceptions in the eurozone increase slightly
Risk perceptions on eurozone sovereigns have eased since the turn of the year, but Middle East volatility continues
Political tension eases in Egypt, but eurozone spreads widen
Oil prices will continue to rise to triple-digit highs over 2011 on long-term Egypt risk premiums and continual unrelated underlying issues, say market experts
ETF Securities saw inflows into its Brent ETCs last week spurred by the political situation in Egypt, but investors are being warned against jumping into the Egyptian equity market.
Eurozone risk perceptions fall while Egypt remains on a knife edge
Declining global spare capacity is magnifiying the "fear premium" on oil, as a result of events in North Africa
Meanwhile, Egyptian spreads narrow despite ongoing political turmoil
A prominent hedge fund manager says oil price will break through historic highs within the next 12-18 months
S&P launches social responsibility index for Middle East and North Africa
Editor's letter: February 2011
Meanwhile Egypt’s credit rating downgraded by Moody’s to Ba2.
Fitch downgrades Egyptian credit rating as protests spread across the country
Risk perceptions on Egypt and Tunisia increase again, while eurozone experiences mixed day
Debt protection costs on eurozone peripherals declined again, while fears of Egyptian unrest remain
The cost of swaps protecting against a state default of eurozone peripheral states continued to decline today.