13 November 2010

The Global Economy Post-Crisis: New Problems and Fresh Opportunities

The global economy is returning to pre-crisis norms in terms of volatility and confidence, but with the balance of power shifting towards Emerging Markets and countries that have largely avoided the effects of the credit crisis, can financial markets bear the strain?


26 August 2010

Dollar Bears Beware

The Greenback is likely to bounce back, as systematic risk has not yet left the building.

15 July 2010

Tough Times, Good Opportunities

As the global recovery falters as a result of mushrooming public debt in the developed world, emerging economies are in a prime position to benefit.



22 June 2010

As bad as it gets?

Today, George Osborne produced the most fiscally austere and severe budget in post-WW2 UK history.

24 May 2010

Forex trading finding its place in the Middle-East region

Foreign exchange (forex) trading is quickly becoming one of the most popular forms of investment in the Middle East, particularly in the UAE.


16 February 2010

The Recovery Story Begins to Dwindle

Since the beginning of the financial crisis in mid-to-late 2007, almost every market participant was wondering where exactly prices would stabilise and in turn, how the recovery would shape up.