Asia, Europe, FX Outlook, Global Edge, Treasury Management

 

FX Outlook
March 29, 2011 Posted by

In the last few months, we have had governments overthrown, devastating earthquakes, the U.S. has entered its third armed conflict, and some countries are on the verge of bankruptcy. In addition, the U.S. economy is struggling along and has yet to produce enough jobs to the unemployed.

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FX Outlook
March 22, 2011 Posted by
The yen's surge in the wake of the earthquake and tsunami may have seemed counter-intuitive at first glance, but it reflected, in part, market speculation that Japanese firms and the Japanese government will repatriate money now invested overseas in order to pay insurance claims and the cost of rebuilding.
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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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Hermann Hauser

Venture Capital; Europe
March 08, 2011 Posted by
Hermann Hauser, a technology pioneer and leader in the United Kingdom venture community, as the co-founder of Amadeus Capital Partners provides insight into UK investment, promising technologies and the role of academics in developing startups ...
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Pradeep Moudgal

Treasury Management
March 07, 2011 Posted by

Personal credit cards have become ubiquitous among consumers, and electronic payment is now a standard in business finance. Yet many U.S. companies continue to pay their bills the old fashioned way — by writing checks ...

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Global Edge
March 07, 2011 Posted by

Internet banking has transformed the way we manage our money and brought banking to our desktops - and identity fraud is on the rise ... 

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FX Outlook
March 01, 2011 Posted by
The question for most people is why the dollar is not strengthening with the upheaval in Egypt, Libya and the Middle East situation. In the risk on/risk off world we have become used to, surely there should have been a flight to quality (U.S. bonds) and consequently the US$, which should have strengthened.
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FX Outlook
February 22, 2011 Posted by
After hearing that a well-respected market pundit had reversed his position on the Japanese yen and he was now a fully-committed BEAR on the yen, I thought I would check around to see if market chatter had picked up on other market players, switching from being bullish to bearish on the yen.
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FX Outlook
February 15, 2011 Posted by
The Israeli economy has remained strong throughout the financial crisis. Recent estimates of Q4 GDP in 2010 have topped 4.5 percent. This solid economic performance, coupled with relatively high benchmark interest rates at 2.25 percent and a hawkish central bank have been attracting inflows of foreign capital.
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