From Bitcoin to Belize, Here Are Best and Worst Assets of 2017

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It was a great year to prop bitcoin, but a bad time to have been invested in the Uzbek soum. As 2017 gusts to a end, a look at the winners and losers around the globe would point out that, broadly speaking, the riskiest assets acted well, with buoyant sentimentality on display in stocks, emerging-market […]

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Index Providers Rule the WorldFor Now, at Least

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In September 2015, Peru’s then-finance minister hastily changed his programs and hop-skip on a flow to New York. By the time Alonso Segura Vasi shored in the U.S ., officials from the country’s central bank and defences regulator were also on the way to assemble him. What prompted a bevy of Peruvian officials to stir […]

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Saudi Arrests Fail to Spook Bond Investors. They’ve Seen Worse

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For purchasers of resources in a society whose lords are travelling head-to-head with a clique of billionaires and monarches, Saudi Arabia’s bondholders are a jolly sanguine bunch. While Saudi broths precipitated and credit default exchanges rose, money directors from MUFG Protection to Aberdeen Standard Investments weren’t sounded because they say the weekend swoop clears the […]

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Venezuela Will Seek to Restructure Its Debt

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President Nicolas Maduro said Venezuela will seek to restructure its global pay after the state-owned oil busines originates one last-place fee, blaming U.S. fiscal sanctions for realizing it was not possible to to find new financing. The government will transfer funds for a $1.1 billion principal pay on Petroleos de Venezuela bails that came due […]

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