A plan unveiled by Argentina’s economy minister Roberto Lavagna for the country to slash the value of its debt by three-quarters has been given a lukewarm reception by the financial markets. Josh Goodman...
Washington - Rules embodied in the Basel II banking accord may be inappropriate for banks in emerging-market economies because a country may have unique circumstances, a senior US central banker said in...
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The Basel Committee’s second consultative paper on reform of the 1988 Accord on capital holds some surprises. Some believe regulatory capital will now have to rise. Dwight Cass reviews the changes, while market experts offer their reaction.
Since the crisis of 1998, liquidity has become a major concern for market practitioners.Less apparent are rigorous empirical studies that quantify liquidity. Here,Avinash Persaud redresses the balance and draws some disquieting conclusions
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