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MONGOLIA: OPPORTUNITIES IN THE FINAL FRONTIER (January 2011) | Markets
by Michael Preiss

THE COMMENT MARKETS 101

MONGOLIA: OPPORTUNITIES IN THE FINAL FRONTIER

Still a byword for remote obscurity, the central Asian is also the most promising emerging market in ...[ Read More ]

Gulf ـ Africa: Time to Forge a Powerful New Economic Relationship (May 2009) | Markets
by Michael Preiss

2008 was one of the most traumatic years for the world economy on record. The first half of 2008 could not have been better for Africa, as African stock markets boomed to be the best performing equity class in the world ـ oil and commodity prices were at record levels. ...[ Read More ]

The US compensation battle (February 2009) | Markets
by Martin Davies

The latest musings on the credit crisis or perhaps the outcome of the event (one single occasion is usually driven by many causal factors), is corporate compensation. ...[ Read More ]

A Futures Market with Chinese Characteristics (January 2009) | Markets
by Ted Naganawa

2008 was another exciting year for China’s futures industry.  Having grown 87 percent from the previous year, total volume on the three exchanges in Dalian, Shanghai, and Zhengzhou reached 1.36 billion contracts, which translated into more than 5.5 million contracts a trading day.  ...[ Read More ]

Tackling the Credit business in Iraq and Afghanistan (November 2008) | Markets
by Prof. Brett King

One of the obvious challenges in (re)building the banking and economic systems in Iraq and Afghanistan is the provision of loans, lines of credit and general opportunities for funding grass root activity for small businesses and consumers. Essential to the success of stimulating economic activity will be the commitment of banks, supported by the IMF and others, to small and medium size businesses that are the cornerstone of commerce in these socio-centric communities. ...[ Read More ]

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