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(February 2009) | Markets
by Martin Davies

The latest musings on the credit crisis or perhaps the outcome of the event (one single occasion is usually driven by many causal factors), is corporate compensation. ...[ Read More ]

(January 2009) | Markets
by Ted Naganawa

2008 was another exciting year for China’s futures industry.  Having grown 87 percent from the previous year, total volume on the three exchanges in Dalian, Shanghai, and Zhengzhou reached 1.36 billion contracts, which translated into more than 5.5 million contracts a trading day.  ...[ Read More ]

(July 2008) | Markets
by By Sebastian Bombaci

Ten years ago the search for talented individuals hit newspaper headlines. Initially this focused on the shortage of knowledge workers in the information and communication sectors. Recently the focus has shifted to include a growing shortage of business managers as nations deal with the twin impact of ageing populations and the retirement of senior managers in the baby-boomer generation. ...[ Read More ]

(May 2008) | Markets
by Governor Kevin Warsh

Governor Kevin Warsh

At the New York University School of Law Global Economic Policy Forum, New York, New York

April 14, 2008

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(November 2007) | Markets

Real gross domestic product grew 3.9 percent in the third quarter of 2007, much faster than anticipated and comparable to second quarter growth. ...[ Read More ]

(November 2007) | Markets
by AAFM Wealth Management Research

 - There are different ways you can invest internationally: through mutual funds, Depositary Receipts or ADRs, exchange-traded funds, U.S.-traded foreign stocks, or direct investments in foreign markets. ...[ Read More ]

(June 2007) | Markets
by AAFM Global

Foreign investments, combined with investments through government-linked corporations (GLCs), underpin Singapore's open, heavily trade-dependent economy. With the exception of restrictions in the financial services, professional services, and media sectors, Singapore maintains a predominantly open investment regime. ...[ Read More ]

(June 2007) | Markets
by AAFM Global

The Government of Malaysia (GOM) encourages foreign direct investment (FDI) by providing a number of incentives, particularly in export-oriented high-tech industries and "back office" service operations. The GOM also hosts international trade shows and advertises broadly to attract FDI. Many U.S. companies have operations in Malaysia, including Intel, Microsoft, Dell, GE, UPS, Mattel, and Motorola, just to name a few. ...[ Read More ]

(June 2007) | Markets
by AAFM Government Research

Kenya has had a long history of economic leadership in East Africa as one of the largest and most advanced economies in the region. ...[ Read More ]

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