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Startups; Technology; Venture Capital
January 07, 2016 Posted by
Bruce Wallace, chief digital officer at Silicon Valley Bank, gave his fintech predictions for 2016.
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FX Outlook; Startups; Technology; Venture Capital; Asia; Europe; U.S.
December 17, 2015 Posted by
It is expected that 2016 will be an eventful year. It’s an election year. Headlines and swinging polls tend to create more volatility in the financial markets. Besides that, there are still economic headwinds and central banks are working through various fiscal dynamics. Three themes that will get much attention in the New Year will be the value of the euro, higher interest rates, and China’s inclusion into the reserve system.
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FX Outlook; Startups; Technology; Venture Capital; Asia; Europe; U.S.
December 09, 2015 Posted by
This edition of the FX Monthly Outlook includes details of several critical events of the first week of December: the ECB meeting, Fed Chmn Yellen’s comments and subsequent U.S. employment numbers, and the OPEC meeting; since they were all potential game-changers, and likely to set a new tone for 2016.
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Startups; Technology; Venture Capital
December 07, 2015 Posted by

Tracy Isacke, managing director of Silicon Valley Bank's corporate relationship group, shares her 2016 predictions for the global innovation economy.

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FX Outlook; Startups; Technology; Venture Capital; Asia; Europe; U.S.
November 24, 2015 Posted by
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi recently announced that there are still headwinds in the region and additional accommodation may be required. First, consumer prices in the 19-member euro zone have slipped in recent months and inflation is running well below target. The second problem: the most recent forecast from the European Commission expects GDP growth at 1.6% for 2015, and about the same level for next year and 2017.
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FX Outlook; Startups; Technology; Venture Capital; Asia; Europe; U.S.
November 19, 2015 Posted by
We had a busy month for the global financial markets with plenty of elections and central bank activities to influence global asset and currency valuations. Although the U.S. dollar rallied strongly in the second half of the month, it remained within the trading ranges against the major currencies that have been in place over the last few months. Emerging market currencies traded higher on the month for the first time since earlier in the year.
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Startups; Technology; Venture Capital
November 13, 2015 Posted by
Tracy Isacke, managing director of Silicon Valley Bank's corporate relationship management group, shares her thoughts on global innovation after a startup pitch event in Bratislava, Slovakia.
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FX Outlook; Startups; Technology; Venture Capital
October 23, 2015 Posted by

While the Federal Reserve is looking to hike rates without fueling further dollar strength, the Bank of Japan (BoJ) is prepared to bring on more fire power to its quantitative easing program.

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Fraud Prevention; Treasury Management; Startups
October 19, 2015 Posted by

Companies today need a robust online presence to recruit top talent, drive sales, and build brand awareness in a heavily competitive market. At the same time, organizations need to be aware of the risks of social engineering fraud in which key information about your company is used by fraudsters and thieves to commit fraud and theft. 

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FX Outlook; Startups; Technology; Venture Capital
October 15, 2015 Posted by
The Fed’s “no hike” announcement on September 17th came as little surprise to most. Whether it was uncertainty and volatility in the financial markets in the weeks leading up to the Fed’s decision; global investors may increasingly bring their money home. Japanese traders will return to the Japanese yen, the Europeans to the Euro, the Brits to the UK pound, and many other countries will follow suit.
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