LONDON, May 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Brimming with insightful, intuitive and intelligently sourced content by some of the most respected writers in the business domain, World Finance is an educative and comprehensive guide to the issues and ideas shaping the economic climate at large.
Whether you're seeking quality coverage relating to banking, markets, wealth management or strategy, World Finance casts a perceptive and analytical eye on some of the period's most intriguing subjects. The May-June issue cover story hones in on Mark Carney - incoming Governor to the Bank of England - and proposes his credentials and proven track record as perhaps eliciting a shimmer of hope for the UK's ailing economy. Moreover in this issue's features, Rita Lobo considers the 12-year debt-laden journey to have preceded the near completion of the One World Trade Centre. Selwyn Parker analyses the risks comprising Japan's Abenomics; its offerings of growth conversely harbouring a significant means of instilling economic ruin. Shirley Redpath considers the looming reality of the BRICS nations formulating a unified bank. And Matthew Timms examines the waning influence of the post-Soviet era Russian oligarchs, whose excessive wealth - and subsequent power - less so governs the nation's present economic constitution.
World Finance - as always - contains a multitude of outstanding coverage tackling both micro and macroeconomic issues; never shying from the most complex of matters and geared at the most informed of readers. This issue's global review examines the balance of foreign ownership across the globe, whereas the regular comments section sees Jules Gray considering the political nature of infrastructure projects and Shashi Tharoor speaking of India's recent tendency towards capitalism. Among the vast remainder of the magazine is Rio Tinto's $14bn mining write-down and its being indicative of an industry to have long been characterised by overvaluations; the rise of Islamic banking and its nature being atypical to that of the banking sector; China's slackening appeal in offering cheap labour, and nations such as the US thereby reshoring industry. This issue also marks the announcement of the World Finance's Foreign Exchange Awards 2013, and the GCC Investment & Development Awards 2013.
For content of an unparalleled quality relating to both finance and economics, the May-June edition of World Finance is available now in all good newsagents and online at http://www.worldfinance.com.
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