What began as a debt crisis for Greece has become something more political and existential, as Europe asks whether national deficits are a purely national problem – or whether a shared currency demands...
The eurozone debt crisis requires a political solution, but markets are losing faith in politicians’ ability to provide it. By Alex Monro
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Respondents to a Risk.net poll support the UK Treasury’s decision to sue the ECB over its proposal to require CCPs clearing euro-denominated contracts to be legally incorporated in the eurozone
Australia’s connections with the broader global economy are stronger than at any point in its history and these ties have helped the country to enjoy strong growth and economic prosperity. But this higher level of interconnectedness raises economic...
Dealers enjoyed a bright start to the year but endured a slow second quarter and a savage start to the third as political wrangling over European and US debt contributed to a surge in volatility and risk aversion. For the third year in a row, Deutsche...
As Europe’s sovereign debt woes deepen, markets are increasingly speculating over the need for a new ‘Eurobond’, guaranteed by all euro member states. Tanuj Khosla from 3 Degrees Asset Management looks at how such a bond might work
Eurogroup lays out plans to provide bail-out fund with greater flexibility to address sovereign risks; analyst says message sends signal European Central Bank is being “sidelined” in discussion
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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