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Emerging & Frontier Markets

Emerging Markets Focus: CEE

COVER STORY: HARD TIMES By Justin Keay A sustainable recovery remains as elusive as ever for many of the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. Before the fall of the Berlin Wall and the demise of the ...

Emerging & Frontier Markets

Features: Spotlight – EBRD

POST-CRISIS MANAGEMENT The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has found new relevance—and a key role—in the aftermath of the financial crisis. By Justin Keay Aside maybe from Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan, few banks have emerged ...

Award Winners

Holding Steady

ANNUAL SURVEY: CENTRAL BANKER REPORT CARDS by Gordon Platt, Antonio Guerrero and Dan Keeler Central bankers sit tight in the face of renewed global uncertainty. Indications that the global economic recovery is losing momentum have created a ...


Slow Recovery

EM REGIONAL BANKING FOCUS: CENTRAL & EASTERN EUROPE By Jonathan Gregson Hit hard during the financial crisis, Central and Eastern Europe's banking sector is still fragile and vulnerable to external shocks. During the boom times of ...


Drowning In Debt

COVER STORY: AFTER THE BAILOUT The turmoil in Greece and the subsequent rout of the euro have rattled global markets and caused a renewed bout of hand-wringing over the stability of the global economy. Some believe the developed markets ...

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Euro Bounces Back From Four-Year Low But Remains Fragile

CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS — FOREIGN EXCHANGE By Gordon Platt The euro fell to a four-year low in early June, dropping to within a whisker of its 1999 introductory rate of $1.18, before suddenly bouncing higher in thin ...