Marrying the needs of strong core and weak periphery is far from straightforward, said panellists at latest Credit Institute event
Natural disaster increases Japanese risk perceptions, while spreads narrow in the eurozone
In 2011, policymakers worldwide face the twin challenge of maintaining economic growth while containing inflationary pressures. It was a challenge they managed in 2010, but there are already strong signs...
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Risk perceptions on Tunisia, Egypt, Morocco and Bahrain widen
One or two countries leaving the Eurozone might be containable, but any more than that would be a catastrophe from a legal perspective, says Bird & Bird partner Charles Proctor.
Senior investors at Pimco, BlackRock, State Street, AllianceBernstein and Investec give their views on how the Eurozone crisis might play out in 2011.
The chief economist of Zurich Financial Services believes there is the political will necessary to protect the eurozone over the long term
As the Eurozone sovereign debt crisis rumbles on into 2011, the threat of a country defaulting and even exiting the currency union grows ever more real. Credit looks at the remaining options available to Europe’s policymakers to prevent that from happening....
This paper discusses a number of diverse considerations that risk managers need to incorporate into their thought processes and recurring procedures if they are to fulfill their role more effectively in the future