Treasury & Capital Markets
Stressing that reviving the economy is the first priority of his administration, the Philippines’ incoming president Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. on Thursday (May 26) revealed some members of his economic team, led by central bank governor Benjamin Diokno as finance secretary.
26 May 2022
With elevated global inflation likely to persist for some time, the prospect of competitive exchange-rate appreciations is looming larger. Instead of a race to the bottom in the currency market, there may be a scramble to the top – and poorer countries will likely suffer the most
26 May 2022
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China’s Net Zero Goal: the Decarbonization Path
What will it take for the world’s biggest energy consumer to reach net zero by 2060?
2 May 2022
Creative thinking: key to sustainable financing
By constantly evolving our thoughts and ideas on sustainable investing, Fidelity could deliver better outcomes that can benefit investors, society, and the planet alike. Read what our investment leadership has to say about sustainable innovation.
4 Apr 2022
One of South Korea’s policy banks, Export-Import Bank of Korea (Kexim), on May 17 priced a dual-tranche euro bond offering totalling €1.5 billion (US$1.58 billion) in the largest-ever senior unsecured public euro bond issuance out of Korea. The deal comprises a two-year green floating rate note and a 3.5-year fixed rate note.
22 May 2022