- In search of promise. BURRIDGE, ELAINE // ICIS Chemical Business;6/17/2013, Vol. 283 Issue 21, Special Section p8
The article reports on the investment strategy of European chemical distributors in emerging economies in 2013. It says that the move is triggered by the business opportunities that can be found in developing countries due to fast-growing populations, increasing middle class, and improved...
- Final frontier. Kenchington, John // Money Marketing;1/13/2011, p23
The article focuses on the role of emerging markets to boost global market as well as the investors' move to consider more exotic regions in 2011 for the chance of good returns. Henderson Global Investors fund of funds manager Craig Heron discusses factors that contributed to the declining...
- Currency Crashes in Emerging Markets: An Empirical Treatment. Frankel, Jeffrey A.; Rose, Andrew K. // Working Papers -- U.S. Federal Reserve Board's International Fin;1996, p1
To characterize currency crashes, the authors use annual data from over one hundred developing countries from 1971 to 1992. They clarify a currency crash as a large change of the nominal exchange rate that is also a substitute increase in the rate of change of the nominal depreciation. A low...
- Las olas de capital no son todas iguales: anÃ¡lisis sectorial de las alzas en las entradas de IED. Reinhardt, Dennis; Dell'Erba, Salvatore // BoletÃn del CEMLA;abr-jun2013, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p57
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- EMERGING COUNTRIES TO FACE EXCESSIVE COMPANY INDEBTEDNESS IN 2016. // CFO Innovation Asia;1/29/2016, p1
The article focuses on the growing indebtedness of companies affected by both the decline in commodity prices and the highly expansionary monetary policies which followed the Lehman Brothers crisis. Topics cited include the most indebted countries, which is led by China, the risks to monitor in...
- Foreign Investment Climate. // Equatorial Guinea Country Review;2009, p56
The article provides an update on the foreign investment climate in Equatorial Guinea for 2009, with an emphasis on the country's international trade, labor force and legal system.
- Greenfield Foreign Direct Investment Versus Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions. Klimek, Artur // Eastern European Economics;Nov/Dec2011, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p60
Firms can generally access foreign markets through exporting or local production. If a firm considers production in a host country, it must decide whether to acquire an existing company or to create a completely new establishment. The latter issue has been less frequently addressed in the...
- New series -- Revised series. // Main Economic Indicators -- Principaux indicteurs economiques;Aug2004, Vol. 2004 Issue 8, Preceeding p1
Presents information on the reserve assets of the member countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development excluding Canada, Japan and Euro Area as of August 2004. Interest rates; Overnight money market; Bank rate.
- What is the neutral rate? McGee, Robert T. // ABA Banking Journal;Oct2004, Vol. 96 Issue 10, p120
Focuses on the uncertainties regarding neutral real money-market interest rate in the U.S. Definition of neutral rate; Different views about the appropriate neutral rate for the U.S. economy; Economic symptoms of neutral real money-market interest rate.