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Standard Chartered growth slows
Standard Chartered said there had been a slowdown in its wealth management division as Asian investors became more cautious because of the eurozone crisis.
EM growth doubts hit currencies  Financial Times
Big money in little Mogadishu
“He had dollars all over his body - in his socks, his belt; he was just piling out cash, half undressed in the branch manager's office,” says the chief executive of Kenya's Standard Chartered bank. Such are the informal and unexpectedly wealthy ways of ...
Should investors embrace the profits of sin?
Which companies would you expect to have done best over the past decade: those whose impeccable ethical, environmental, social and governance (ESG) standards have earned them a place in one of the leading indices for responsible investment, or those ...
Taskforce calls for changes in Basel III
Global banking regulators have been so focused on fixing the problems of US, Japanese and European banks that they have overlooked the impact of their reforms on emerging markets, Peter Sands, chief executive of Standard Chartered, and a group of ...
Basel III Will 'Damage Developing Countries'
China's remarkable short USD position
Consider the following chart from Standard Chartered on Tuesday. It makes quite an impact (specifically the light blue component): At best, the chart shows that China's dollar position has become balanced over the last half year.
ECB keeps interest rates unchanged
Mr Draghi's brinkmanship was “high risk”, warned Gerard Lyons, Standard Chartered Bank's chief economist. “It would seem high time to become more pro-active and get ahead of the curve … One would hope that the politicians would do something at the ...
Debt crisis: Peter Sands documents show warning to David Cameron of euro ...
Peter Sands, the chief executive of Standard Chartered, had a breakfast meeting with the Prime Minister on Monday during which he is understood to have raised concerns over a British breakaway.
It's time to get over the gilt complex
The rating investors should be looking for is several notches above Baa3 (Moody's) or BBB (Standard and Poor's). Issues below that level are considered junk.
China's investment arms extend reach
“We are going from made in China to bought by China,” Gerald Lyons, Standard Chartered's chief economist, said recently.
Nautical accepts Cairn buyout offer
Nautical Petroleum (NPE) has accepted a buyout offer from Cairn Energy (CNE) with a cash value of �414 million. Cairn is offering 450p per share in the independent oil and gas explore.
Nautical Petroleum Receives 450p/Share Bid From Cairn Energy  Motley Fool UK