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

 

FX Outlook; Global Edge; Startups; Technology; Venture Capital
September 08, 2015 Posted by
On August 24th, a day that is now being referred to in China as Black Monday, Shanghai's main share index closed down at 8.5 percent, its biggest decline since 2007.

Powerful global reaction. Traders in all financial markets around the world reacted violently to China’s sell-off and seemed to re-focus on what had been three fairly well-established and unsettling concerns: (1) a weakening economy in China; (2) falling oil prices; and (3) uncertainty with interest rate increases by the Fed.

Is the panic over or not? With the U.S. dollar on a roller coaster ride for much of August, many have lost confidence in the dollar’s underlying trend of strength.
U.S. labor data is difficult to forecast. This week’s non-farm number will be the last jobs report before the FOMC meeting (Sept 16-17).
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FX Outlook; Global Edge
September 03, 2015 Posted by

In the article, “Greece, Then China, Now What for the Fed?” Minh Trang explains how global market events are affecting the Fed decision on a rate hike.

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Observation Deck; Treasury Management
September 01, 2015 Posted by
SVB Asset Management's monthly Observation Deck newsletter covers current topics on portfolio management, credit considerations and market events that influence investment strategy. In the main article for the September edition, "Fixed vs. Floating: Choose Wisely," Eric Souza describes what investors should consider in a time of rising interest rates and market volatility.
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FX Outlook; Global Edge
August 10, 2015 Posted by
In the August article, “What Growing Companies Need to Know about Renminbi,” Lisa Wei Goel explains how using Chinese currency in the innovation economy can bring opportunities.  In the August article , Lisa Wei Goel explains how using Chinese currency in the innovation economy can bring opportunities.
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FX Outlook; Global Edge
August 06, 2015 Posted by
In the August article, “U.S. Dollar Gains as Market Fear Rises,” Scott Petruska explains the market factors that are making the U.S. dollar a safe-haven currency.
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Observation Deck; Treasury Management
August 03, 2015 Posted by
SVB Asset Management's monthly Observation Deck newsletter covers current topics on portfolio management, credit considerations and market events that influence investment strategy. In the main article for the August edition, “Time to be Capital-Efficient,” Jose Sevilla describes an optimal portfolio strategy that allows for maximum flexibility ahead of a rate hike.
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Advisories; Global Edge; Technology; Venture Capital; South America
July 27, 2015 Posted by
Andy Tsao, director of Latin America for Silicon Valley Bank, discusses the opportunities and challenges that exist for entrepreneurs and investors in Mexico's innovation economy in this contributed article in TechCrunch.
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FX Outlook; Global Edge
July 08, 2015 Posted by
In the July article, “How to Manage Foreign Currency Risks as You Expand Across Borders,” Nate Wyne explains how doing business in local currency can create a competitive advantage.
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Fraud Prevention; Treasury Management
July 07, 2015 Posted by
A recent webinar “Fraud Prevention Begins with a Comprehensive Plan” outlines the best practices for keeping companies secure.
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Observation Deck; Treasury Management; U.S.
July 01, 2015 Posted by
SVB Asset Management's monthly Observation Deck newsletter covers current topics on portfolio management, credit considerations and market events that influence investment strategy. In the main article for the July edition, “The Race is On,” Ninh Chung advises what companies should do to prepare for anticipated market changes.
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