Tag: Grexit

Politics affecting projects; the focus of S&P’s July Infrastructure Outlook

In the July edition of Standard & Poor’s monthly infrastructure newsletter Michael Wilkins, Managing Director of Infrastructure Finance, explains that global infrastructure firms, and the projects in which they are involved, face significant exposure to political risk. With the help of notable examples and case studies, Wilkins explores the key drivers of such risk with …

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In Natixis’ latest FX-MM blog, Nordine Naam examines why ‘the market is in wait-and-see mode over Greece’

Despite Janet Yellen appearing cautious around disclosing any information regarding the timing of interest rate hikes given global risks – one being an eventual “Grexit”, while another a stronger dollar penalising US exports –  Nordine Naam remains confident in this week’s FX-MM blog that the Fed will raise the Funds rate in September. Providing a …

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Natixis’ Head of Economics in IFR: Greece’s flirtation with European defenestration is usual story of Europe’s failures

In IFR’s special eurozone report, Dr Sylvain Broyer, Natixis’ Head of European economics discusses the inconsistencies at the heart of the eurozone’s design, the solutions that have only made matters worse, and the reluctance to make any decision today that can be put off until tomorrow. Indeed, as the impact of austerity was felt disproportionately …

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