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Global Edge; Asia
March 21, 2011 Posted by
China's new offshore currency (CNH) affords you new opportunities as you do business overseas. Learn about how offshore CNH will ultimately enable two-way foreign exchange conversions for ongoing, Hong Kong-only based transactions, and will not be subject to current onshore (CNY)-based restrictions ...
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FX Outlook; Asia
March 15, 2011 Posted by
Last year proved to be yet another strong economic period for China. Within the Pan-Asian region, China's spending spree in the last couple of years has directly benefited its neighboring economies, as the rest of the developed world continue to work slowly through the most painful global recession on record.
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FX Outlook; Asia
January 25, 2011 Posted by
China is eager to successfully "internationalize" its currency, as it looks to further promote international trade and associated trade settlement. But as always, it will proceed on its own terms despite global demand for change.
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FX Outlook
October 26, 2010 Posted by
The current theme in the foreign exchange (FX) markets has concerned the dramatic decline of the U.S. dollar (USD) following the Federal Reserve's last official statement alluding to another round of quantitative easing (QE) deemed necessary to support the sagging U.S. economy.
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FX Outlook; Europe
September 03, 2010 Posted by
The Bank of England's (BOE) powerbase is expected to expand to the highest level in its 316-year history, as the UK's first coalition government since World War II works through the details of an emergency budget focused on cutting government spending to reduce its deficit from 11 percent of GDP down to 2.1 percent by 2015.
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FX Outlook; Europe
July 20, 2010 Posted by
Only three short years ago, the British economy was considered to be the strongest in Europe. Open and competitive markets made the U.K. the shining example for globalization of the developed world.
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FX Outlook
May 18, 2010 Posted by
In general, Norway's economy has been shielded from the worst of the global credit crisis due primarily to its extensive oil wealth (world's sixth-largest oil exporter), strong labor sector, a housing market that that continues to hold up well and a mainland economy that is expected to continue expanding at a somewhat moderate pace in 2H 2010.
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Global Edge
April 08, 2010 Posted by
China is one of the fastest-growing economies of the world and plays an increasingly important role in the global economy, especially for U.S. technology companies. This free, informational replay of SVB's Web seminar discusses the economy, the currency regime and the regulatory framework of China.
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