Middle East tensions continue while risk perceptions in the eurozone increase slightly
Federal Reserve rule proposes that it will have discretion to determine whether non-bank financial firms come under Financial Stability Oversight Council’s watch on case-by-case basis
FVC custom indexes
Falling interest rates hit structured products hard last year, and as they start to rise they are providing a much-needed boost to the market, says a US distributor.
Chinese E&P company CNOOC has announced a $1.3 billion deal to purchase a 33.3% stake in some of US producer Chesapeake's shale assets
Editor's letter: February 2011
And the winner is...
Surge in ETFs tracking Standard & Poor's indexes
Equities and bonds are overvalued while commodities and emerging markets look equally unattractive, according to Société Générale's 2011 Outlook presentation
The chief economist of Zurich Financial Services believes there is the political will necessary to protect the eurozone over the long term
Kicking out early
Caps and clawbacks
Caught in the net?
Global carbon market gears up for 2011 climate talks
Smooth start for Texas nodal day-ahead market
Editor's letter: January 2011
Inflows into US exchange-traded funds are expected to favour risky equity assets this year, and will also express specific country or sector views, according to iShares.
Exceptions to the rule
In an interview with Credit, economist Nouriel Roubini talks about the danger that sub-par US and European growth becomes entrenched, and offers his views on whether Ireland and other peripheral Eurozone countries will be able to solve their debt woes