Sunday 21st September 2014
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 19th TICKER: Scotland has decided to stay in the United Kingdom after voters rejected independence, easing investor uncertainty around UK stocks, gilts, and the country’s use of GBP. The bid for independence failed by a margin of 10%, with the results in from all 32 council areas, the ‘No’ side won with 2,001,926 votes over 1,617,989 for ‘Yes’ - Confidence at India’s largest companies hit a record high in September, as firms reported an easing in inflationary pressures and improved credit availability. The MNI India Business Indicator, calculated from responses from BSE listed companies, rose by 2.8 points to 71.2 in September from 68.4 in August - Italy is struggling to emerge from a balance sheet recession, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), although business surveys and resilient exports suggest a gradual increase in economic activity in coming quarters - Data from analytics provider eVestment shows total assets in hedge funds increased 1.6% in August to $3.068trn, overtaking the all-time peak level set prior to July’s slight decline.

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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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