Despite the challenges involved, banks and brokers are excited by the progress being made to open up the Russian market
Deals in Focus: Russian Railways
The UK's financial regulator is considering strengthening its regulation of all kinds of exchange-traded products because of their increasing complexity
Finam on the front foot
Société Générale CIB for Nord Stream gas financing deal
Sunny outlook for Brazil
In the pipeline
Looking beyond 2012
Beyond the curve
Emerging Europe deal of the year – TNK-BP
Russian corporates and infrastructure companies are increasingly turning to Asia and the Middle East to help meet their financing needs
Russia bearish on LNG?
Growth in Bric nations may not help global economy
Turkey turns on the power
Russia will benefit more than its competitors from China's growing energy appetite, says private investment bank Troika Dialog
Future Western European gas supplies could be at risk, as the Nabucco pipeline, which is designed to relinquish the European Union’s dependence on Russian gas imports, maybe delayed until the start of 2011
As growth in developing economies – particularly the Bric countries of Brazil, Russia, India and China – outstrips that of the developed world, companies with sizeable emerging market exposure are looking increasingly attractive to bond investors.
Russia’s energy giant Gazprom shoots down fears that it is looking to acquire or has acquired a significant stake in Georgia’s main natural gas pipeline and says it is only hypothetically interested in an acquisition
Eurozone politicians are pushing for a ban on naked sovereign credit default swaps (CDSs) – but the eurozone CDS market is relatively young. In emerging markets, where it has a longer history, CDSs are sometimes the hero, sometimes the villain – and...