The rise of populism has engulfed countries across both developed and emerging markets, placing renewed pressure on state institutions to stay independent – often in the face of overt harassment from strongmen leaders. In the US, whose economic data informs the decisions and forecasts of finance professionals worldwide, the President’s cavalier attitude to facts raises questions regarding the ability of state institutions to fulfil their role.
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Mark Mobius, Director of Mobius Capital Partners gives his outlook for 2020
Jan 2, 2020
With a pipeline that includes transforming deserted islands into resort towns and near empty coastal beaches into cities the size of Washington DC, and increasing the proportion of homeownership to 70% of occupants, there are few if any examples that seem to rival the scale of ambition – or the interconnectedness and complexity of the challenges – entailed by the Saudi government’s bid to rapidly…
Dec 13, 2019
Middle Eastern economies are well-known for their overreliance on hydrocarbons and a high concentration of family-owned, often opaquely run, businesses. However, as the volume of debt issuance surrounding ESG and sustainability becomes amplified, attention is beginning to be placed on how to navigate a rapidly evolving business and funding environment. In an exclusive roundtable discussion hosted…
Dec 10, 2019
Following a tumultuous 2018, Turkey’s economy is now back on the road to recovery as the pathway to reform becomes clearer and global markets stabilise. Bonds & Loans speaks with Yiğit Arslancık, Assistant General Manager and Head of Wholesale Banking at HSBC Turkey about improving market sentiment, the growth in sustainable finance, and investor engagement.
Dec 6, 2019