This documentary looks at the sovereign debt crisis in Jamaica during the 1980's (one of many third world countries to...
The term frontier markets is commonly used to describe the equity markets of the smaller and less accessible, but still "investable", countries of the developing world. The frontier, or pre-emerging equity markets, are typically pursued by investors seeking high, long-run return potential as well as low correlations with other markets. The implication of a country being labeled as frontier, or pre-emerging, is that the market will begin to develop.
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The stock market index functions as a indicator of the general economic scenario of a country. If stock market indices...
GBPUSD: GBP has sold off and taken out its key support at the 1.5630 level, its Feb 05’2013 low.
USDCHF: The pair continues to hold on to its broader downside though closing marginally lower the past week.
People across Europe and other parts of the world are increasingly feeling disconnected with the financial world and in...
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The National Bank of Kazakhstan reduced its key refinancing rate by 50 basis points to 6.50% from 6.00% as inflationary...
The past week in central banking and monetary policy was relatively quiet, with just 5 central banks announcing...
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