The subprime mortgage market - the root of all the summer's troubles - may well be in turmoil but nobody is suggesting it is about to disappear as a source of financing for securitisations. The question is, what part will it play when the dust finally...
There are rich pickings to be had amongst the ruins of the summer's ravaged credit markets: hedge funds that survived the crisis are now putting together funds to invest in the wide availability of cheap securities. Nikki Marmery meets the executives...
The man who controls Pioneer Investment Management's $11 billion high-yield bond portfolio tells Dalia Fahmy how he plans to make money in 2008
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As one of the largest importers of natural gas in the European Union, Italy is a clear example of why liberalisation is harder in net importing countries. Alberto Cavaliere, professor of public economics at the University of Pavia, looks at the state...
As the fallout from the troubled US subprime mortgage market continues to spread, Laurence Neville looks at what the future holds and examines some important factors that must be addressed to ensure its survival