Global Finance Magazine May 2010 Edition

Global Finance Media has released their economics magazine for May 2010 Issue. In this Global Finance Magazine May 2010 Edition you can read interesting information about latest global economics and finance news. Here are the feature articles of the month.

Features: Regional Report – Central & Eastern Europe
Emerging European economies are starting to recover from a steep and painful slowdown.

Exchange-Traded Derivatives
Global Finance gathers a group of industry leaders to discuss prospects for the exchange-traded derivatives market.

Features: Country Report – Turkey
A surge of growth late last year has accelerated in 2010, and there are reasons to believe the rebound can be sustained.

Best Emerging Market Banks 2010
The best banks in 101 countries and five regions have come through the global financial crisis in relatively good shape.

Features: Awards–Best Emerging Market Banks 2010 Europe
Austria-based RZB/Raiffeisen International bags the regional award for the fourth year in a row after managing to turn in a creditable performance despite atrocious market conditions.

Features: Awards–Best Emerging Market Banks 2010 Asia
As regional and foreign banks look to Asia to grow their business beyond their domestic markets, competition is heating up in the region.

Features: Awards–Best Emerging Market Banks 2010 Latin America
Brazil continues to shine as the jewel in Santander’s crown, helping the Spanish bank consolidate its position as Latin America’s premier financial group.

Features: Awards–Best Emerging Market Banks 2010 Middle East
National Bank of Kuwait, the leading bank in Kuwait and the highest-rated bank in the Middle East, earned $925 million last year, an increase of 4% from a year earlier, despite challenging local and regional economic conditions and financial markets.

Features: Awards–Best Emerging Market Banks 2010 Africa
Standard Chartered Bank’s earnings from its African operations rose 54% last year to $482 million. The London-based emerging markets bank receives 90% of its income and profits from Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

Latin America Takes a Right Turn
The region’s new leaders seek to strike a balance as they try to build on their leftist predecessors’ policy successes.

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