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Weekly Insight: Bond Market Blues

Oil-too much too soon? Global Growth-not yet much better in Q2 Indonesia-looking for a rebound Brazil-no pain no gain Saudi Stock Market Opens to

Hungary: Shooting for Investment Grade

Growth is projected to slow this year on account of weaker investment and less supportive fiscal conditions.' With public debt remaining high, the imp

IIF RWA Task Force responds to EBA Paper 'The future of the IRB approach'

In its response, the IRTF supports the work of the EBA aimed at enhancing the robustness and comparability of the internal risk estimates and capital

April 2015 Trends in Investment Fund Portfolio Allocation

Global mutual fund and ETF investors have increased exposure to emerging markets: 1,2 After touching their lowest level in more than six years in Marc

Joint Associations' Letter to GHOS and BCBS on FRTB

The joint associations (IIF, ISDA, GFMA) sent a letter to the Governors and Heads of Supervision (GHOS) and the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision

May 2015 Global Economic Chartbook

The May edition of the IIF Global Economic Chartbook summarizes our current views on the global economy, drawing on our latest Global Economic Monitor

China: Uneasy Way to the 'New Normal'

A rapidly slowing economy has prompted the government to reinforce policy easing using monetary, fiscal and administrative measures. Further broad-bas

Credit Guarantee Schemes for SMEs

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are vital to creating jobs and spurring economic growth, yet many lack access to finance. The IFC estimated

BCBS Guidelines: Guidance on Accounting for Expected Credit Losses

On April 30, the IIF Senior Accounting Group (SAG) submitted its response letter on the Guidance on Accounting for Expected Credit Losses ("ECL") (the

Emerging Markets Bank Lending Conditions Survey - 2015Q1

EM bank lending conditions tightened abruptly to their weakest level in three years in 2015Q1. The main driver was a plunge in loan demand, led by EM
 

 

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