Foreign bank market

Wall Street joins the massive sell-off; CO2 shortages threaten UK meat supply; record gas price – business live | Business

The lifting of travel restrictions for double-stung visitors to the United States provided the push needed to send the airline inventory resumption at full speed. After months of weathering the heart-wrenching turmoil of rolling restrictions with flashing red lights on transatlantic voyages, the industry is now poised to recover from …

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CSE authorizes fundraising in foreign currencies

Sri Lankan companies will be allowed to raise debt and equity in foreign currencies on the Colombo Stock Exchange. A new benchmark is also being launched. The CSE (Colombo Stock Exchange) is trying to increase the liquidity of the stock market by introducing new instruments and a new calculation standard …

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Who needs expatriates? | The Economist

Sep 18, 2021 IF EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS are the monarchs of the corporate world, the cadre of well-paid staff they deploy from head office to oversee operations across the planet are their ambassadors. In the golden age of globalization, sending an expatriate Western executive to a remote emerging market meant the …

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Thailand, Malaysia sign financial services agreement

The central banks of Thailand and Malaysia have signed an agreement that will facilitate the establishment of banks in the two countries and is part of a larger effort to deepen intra-Asian trade and investment. Commercial lenders in Thailand and Malaysia can establish and expand their international branches more easily …

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