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When you face adversity you either throw in the towel quickly or keep on fighting the issue. But what if you could transcend this fight-or-flight reaction and uncover a third way that could empower you to see adversity as an opportunity for
Turkey's economy is expected to have grown 3.9% year-over-year in 2013, and is forecast to rise 3.9% this year. After contracting 4.8% in 2009 following the global financial crisis, real GDP surged 9.2% in 2010, before plunging in 2012. Turkey's
Many investors have gotten used to lumping the world's emerging markets into one big asset class. But in the past year, the drama in Turkey, Venezuela, Argentina, Russia, Indonesia, India, China ... all of these countries have had unique local
Reuters Must read The committee continues to expect growth in the first quarter of 2014 to be 0.9 percent and growth in the second quarter expected to be only fractionally weaker than that, the minutes showed, adding that the MPC's concerns of an
Every three months, the analysts at Societe Generale update their chart of "swan" risks in their quarterly "Global Economic Outlook" report. "Black swans" characterize unforeseen and unlikely events that have the potential to rock the economy and
Gov. Deval Patrick is planning another trade mission, this time to Panama and Mexico. The governor said in a statement on Monday that he would lead a delegation of state officials and business leaders on the March 17-22 trip to Panama City and Mexico
Edgar Perez, Author, The Speed Traders, and Course Director, The Speed Traders Workshop, Introduces Knightmare on Wall Street, The Rise and Fall of Knight Capital and the Biggest Risk for Financial. New York, NY, March 10, 2014
The share price of Nike Inc (NKE) was up 1.5% yesterday following the announcement of quarterly results by Foot Locker (FL) ...The beat bolstered the confidence of Nike's investors, and they responded in kind by bidding up the company's stock price.
Managed currencies attract money to frontier markets Frontier markets with managed exchange rates from Dubai to Vietnam are luring equity investors fleeing the currency turmoil in larger developing economies.
I have been on a remarkable journey over the past 12 months, one that has allowed me to dive deeper into the intriguing Southeast Asia region in which I work and live. For the past year, I have been in the trenches of researching and writing a book