The agreement, after three years of debate, raise questions on future investment demand, but Fitch Ratings doesnʼt anticipate major market disruption.
Issuers should seek more engagement with investors, explain better how they generate value, and work with investors on a Swiss code of accountable governance, suggests a white paper.
An independent UK survey for Dun & Bradstreet of CFOs and financial directors finds many are hesitant in committing to future business plans.
The AAOIFI, which sets standards for the Islamic finance industry, has adopted Shariah-compliant rules for trading the metal.
Investors had anticipated that the Italan premier´s proposed constitutional reforms would be rejected, although the margin of defeat was heavier than expected.
The implementation date might still be over 12 months away, but firms that begin early in preparing for the EU’s updated Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) can potentially win significant derivatives trading market share.
Research from two UK business schools suggest debt-funded share buybacks boost the share price in the short-term and also the company’s performance longer-term.
GE and the Iraqi government will partner with Standard Chartered and the Trade Bank of Iraq to accelerate power and infrastructure projects.
Credit ratings agency Fitch has issued an update on the use in Europe of repurchase agreements, aka repos, by money market funds.
The region has the highest prevalence of organised crime, kidnapping, extortion and robbery, reports Verisk Maplecroft.