FTSE has appointed a head for its Italian operations as it continues to invest in a market that now promises good opportunities in indexing and ETFs
Index provider Stoxx has launched country sub-indexes and a risk-controlled version of its benchmark Eurostoxx 50 index.
Fitch Ratings stress test concludes that eight european insurers would require "further analysis" after sovereign risk fallout
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