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Sovereign DisCredit By David Roche
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We've had the credit crunch and afterwards a deep economic recession. Now get ready for a sovereign debt crisis after the biggest rise in government debt globally since world war two.
Treasury Operations In Turkey and Contemporary Sovereign Treasury Management By Dr. M Coskun Cangöz, Dr. Emre Balibek
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This book has an overall approach to cover treasury operations and aims to provide a comprehensive overview on Turkey's transformation after the 2001 crisis. In the last decade, Turkey showed a... More > strong performance and was shown as the benchmark country in Europe in World Bank’s “Golden Growth: Restoring the luster of European Economic Model” report. This book not only covers the Turkey's treasury management experience, but also asserts that the definition and the scope of the treasury operations have changed. Treasury management now involves treasury guarantees, public private partnership projects, non-guaranteed public liabilities and other contingent liabilities, financial receivables and even risk management. The focus of treasury management should cover all financial assets and liabilities within an integrated balance sheet approach. Each article in this book covers a different aspect of new treasury management and constitutes a sub-title of the headline both in terms of content and its order in the book.< Less
ABC Economipedia By Stefano Francesco Fugazzi
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The material included in this publication constitutes the quintessence of what ABC Economics really is, a business news portal which is beginning to establish its own place in the world of national... More > and international media. The author has interpreted the current economic situation from two points of view, focusing, on the analysis of the key economic indicators of the eurozone since the introduction of the single currency (please refer to the Phillips curve and the various iterations of the Misery Index introduced here) and on the reactions of financial markets – including forex, equity and bond markets – to the monetary policies announced by Central Banks since the bursting of the 2007 subprime mortgage bubble.< Less

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