Quantitative easing (qe)
Liberalisation of labour law and recuperation of banking augur well
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We give a detailed account of correlations between credit sector/quality and treasury curve factors, using the robust framework of the Barclays POINT Global Risk Model. Consistent with earlier studies,...
Focus on the future
Artificially low volatility leaves firms nervous about the future – and looking for fixed-income alternatives
Squeezing the balloon
The surprise decision by the Federal Reserve last month not to scale back its quantitative easing programme will create more volatility, says economist
Emerging markets are much better prepared to deal with foreign investment outflows, says Securities Commission Malaysia chairman
The yen has become more range-bound following its dramatic fall earlier in the year, creating a lull in FX market activity during the western summer weeks
Speaking at FX Week USA conference, Daleep Singh acknowledges the improvement in economic conditions in the US but calls for a more balanced global recovery
The relaxation of the Fed stance on tapering hasn't reassured South-east Asian corporates
Sponsored forum: US inflation derivatives
During May 2012 the price of gold dropped over 6% and investors withdrew over €1 billion from gold ETPs
Risk awards 2012
It is difficult to foresee borrowing costs for Italian, Spanish or other troubled debt falling permanently with "anything other than the ECB being used as a lender of the last resort", says Chris Iggo
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.