China's new normal economy and political/economic reforms are breathing added life into the country's M&A environment. For both foreign and domestic firms, M&A activity is on the rise, but so… more
While the global economy is looking better than it has for years, relatively low investment yields from most major asset classes mean the medium term return outlook remains constrained compared to the… more
Increasing the intensity and effectiveness of supervision is a key pillar of the FSB's efforts to reduce the risks posed by systemically important financial institutions (SIFIs). A more intense and effective… more
The link between infrastructure and economic growth is widely acknowledged -- as is the infrastructure gap, which can act as a break on growth in emerging markets and developing economies (EMDEs). Since… more
Sovereign wealth funds represent a large and growing pool of savings. An increasing number of these funds are owned by natural resourceexporting countries and have a variety of objectives, including… more
G20 Leaders agreed, as part of their commitments regarding OTC derivatives reforms, that all OTC derivatives contracts should be reported to trade repositories (TRs). The FSB was requested to assess whether… more
With the exception of energy, all the key commodity price indices declined significantly in 2013. Fertilizer prices led the decline, down 17.4 percent from 2012, followed by precious metals (Down almost… more
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