Invaluable Past Issues of Global Finance Magazine (all the eleven (11) publications of 2007)
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Global Finance, an international magazine that deals with contemporary finance and trade issues around the world, has being in print for 23 years now. Its coverage of issues in both developed and emerging markets has made its readership quite global. 2007 was its 20th anniversary and the year was a remarkable one, as in hindsight, the present situation of the world economy was already being shaped. Eleven (11) past issues of Global Finance magazine (all the publications of the year 2007) are for sale. These issues contain invaluable articles and news feeds still of great relevance today;Ecuador-Debt default threat rattles investors;United States/China-Paulson bangs gong gently;FX update-Asia watch; Russia-Gazprom wins Sakhalin-2 skirmish;United States-Banks work for consistent regulations;Europe-Green begets more green;Emerging Markets investor news-IFC issue boosts West African bond market;DR news-Biggest Pakistan GDR offering since 1994 comes to market;Foreign Exchange spotlight-Trading Up (automated trading systems are helping fuel dramatic growth in the already-huge foreign exchange market);Imperfect balance-Despite four years of steady decline, the potential for the dollar to crumble is as great as ever;Currency Crisis? What Crisis?-After a decade of tumultuous upheavals in the 1990s,the currency markets in the 21st century have been remarkably calm.They might not stay that way for long;Goa conference highlights rapid growth of Indian DR issuance-As India’s companies look to grow beyond their country’s borders they are driving a remarkable boom in the depository receipts market;Country report-Canada shrugs off US market jitters;The cost of compliance-Stung by a barrage of complaints that its businesses are over-regulated,the US is considering amending the more controversial sections of Sarbanes-Oxley;Ford has better idea:convertible bonds;India struggles to control AIDS spread;United Kingdom-Britain seeks to lead new ‘workplace revolution’;Deal or No Deal-The seemingly interminable wrangling over global trade encapsulated in the so-called Doha round of talks might be about to come to an end;Murabahah goes mainstream-A modern form of Islamic trade financing has taken root and is flourishing in the Middle East;Power plays-After a year in which energy dominated the headlines as never before,the world’s political dynamics are now arguably more about this precious resource than anything else;The Asian Banker Summit 2007;Out of this World-the real potential of the virtual world;HSBC mortgage debacle may herald market meltdown;Fast Forward-In the world of cash forecasting,change is accelerating as more and more companies look to improve forecasting in order to better manage liquidity;Depository Receipt markets-2006;Paving the way for E-Invoices;Driving Efficiency-Centralizing treasury and finance functions;At a crossroads-offering an increasingly transparent and business-friendly environment,Cyprus is attracting ever more investment from global corporations;Treasurers turn to trading derivatives;Mexico-The Tortilla factor;Sustainable business comes of age-A question of principles;Europe flounders in its attempt to narrow the digital divide;China-Investors welcome unified tax rates;the New Arab Economies;Walking a tightrope-the Philippine economy is enjoying steady growth.Plenty of pitfalls remain,however;Germany-Exchange chalks up first Chinese listing;Emerging market ratings 2007;Emerging markets spotlight-20 years of growth and progress;Banks stake their claims in the virtual world;Indonesia-Steady progress;Ukraine-Amid the growing political turmoil,the country’s economy is proving remarkably resilient;Going Global-How new technology is allowing businesses of all sizes to take on the world;Russia-End of an era as Yeltsin dies;Credit derivatives-Are corporates missing an opportunity with credit derivatives?; Taking risk beyond regulation; The changing face of Latin America-How the new cadre of political leaders is transforming the continent;United States-Corporate fraud on the rise despite Sox;London takes the lead for commerce;Islamic finance is no longer for muslims only;SEPA Guide 2007;Turkey-Testing Times; Living on the Edge-The EU’s newest members struggle to balance growth with stability;Treasury and Cash management (TCM) Guide 2007;Isreal-Past wars and threats of future ones just can’t stop Isreal’s economic engine plowing ahead;Carbon emissions reduction-Hot Topic or Hot Air?;Who needs the World Bank?-Wracked by scandal and challenged by globalization, the World Bank struggles to justify its existence; Europe-Trichet questions investors’ reliance on credit ratings; The Party rages on-Private equity has emerged from the credit crunch stronger and more focused than ever;FX Guide 2007;1987-2007-20 Turbulent years;One World,One Currency?-The success of the euro has fueled interest in a plan for global monetary union;Chinese firm (PetroChina) becomes first $1 Trillion company;Changing the game-with Sovereign wealth funds rapidly becoming one of the most powerful forces in global finance:should they be feared or revered?
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