Monday 6th July 2015
NEWS TICKER: MONDAY, JULY 6TH: Morgan Lewis is enhancing its United Kingdom and global employment law capabilities with the addition of employment investigations and data privacy partner Pulina Whitaker, who joins the firm today from another global law firm. Her arrival, says the firm, strengthens the full suite of global client services offered from the Morgan Lewis London office, including those connected to finance, corporate, energy, funds, and litigation - Leading shares in European bourses will continue to struggle today as investors look for direction from European leaders over their response to the Greek referendum decision yesterday. In Asia, Japan’s Nikkei retreated -2.08% while Hong Kong’s Hang Seng went down by 4% and the Shenzhen Composite down by 4.69%. The Shanghai Composite stabilised around 3,709, up 0.61%, as China Security Finance Corp, the institution which managed short selling and margin trading, will receive a capital boost to 76bn “to maintain financial market stability and expand its business".; it is actually something of a turnaround, as Chinese equities have been under pressure for over a month now. In Australia, equity markets are trading into negative territory with the S&P/ASX down -1.14% while AUD/USD broke to the downside the strong support lying at 0.7533 (low from April 2) and is heading toward the following one at 0.7414 (low from October 2010). Tomorrow, the Reserve Bank of Australia will release its interest rate decision. The US dollar is broadly higher against G10 as only the Japanese yen is adding gains versus USD. German Chancellor Angela Merkel will meet French president François Hollande later today. Greece’s main creditors have more pressures on their shoulders; analysts suggest that they will be more willing to provide significant debt relief measures. The next payment is due to the ECB on July 20th.

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FTSE Global Markets provides 360 degree coverage of the global investment markets. From the decision to allocate assets to particular markets or sectors and the buying of those securities through trading, clearing and settlement and to custody and administration of the assets in a portfolio, FTSE Global Markets provides detailed coverage of the entire cycle.

Moreover, the magazine provides insights into the market trends and institutions that drive this cycle, making it an invaluable one-stop shop for both the buy side and the sell side active in global investment.

If you read FTSE Global Markets over the year you will be provided with a detailed, yet succinct and apt high level overview of all the important market trends and developments. As liquidity continues to shift around the globe and smart money moves from one asset class to another, FTSE Global Markets is there to anticipate, record and report on investment trends, flows and new products.

Alternative investments:

Hedge funds, real estate and private equity are covered regularly, looking at capital inflows and investment returns and investment strategies.

Capital Markets:

The magazine looks at benchmark issues, arrangers and advisors, new issuance trends and regional developments in both the equities and debt markets.

Collateral Management:

One of the rising business segments in the evolving financial markets. We keep investors informed of the key regulatory requirements and ways in which collateral can be optimised across multiple asset and product classes.

Commodities:

whether you specialise in hard or soft commodities, we explain current trends and their implications for strategic investors. We also look at different ways investors gain exposure to key commodities and manage risk.

Equity Trading:

Each month we look at trading strategies, service innovations and new and evolving trading venues.

Derivatives:

Effective risk management involves the use of derivatives. Each month we look at the ways in which investors utilise derivatives either as investments or risk management tools.

Foreign Exchange:

The main trading pairs and rising reserve currencies are regularly covered.

Profiles:

Regular profiles of market leading firms, people and investors.

Regulation:

The magazine’s readers are kept up to date with the latest regulations and rulings, providing insights into the long term implications of regulatory change on investment and trading.

Roundtables:

Bringing together buy side and sell side views of key market developments, FTSE Global Markets has a well deserved reputation for producing high quality roundtables.

Sector Reports:

These variously look at banking and finance, as well as strategic industries such as energy and telecommunications. The magazine strives to offer insightful coverage of the key trends that investors need to know.

Securities Services:

From custody and fund administration to more arcane services such as securities lending and transition management, the magazine covers the gamut of asset servicing provision. Avoiding the myriad rankings of securities services providers, the magazine focuses on new services provision and important market trends. We also look at costs and ways in which the buy side can ensure they achieve cost effective support across the globe.

 

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