World's First Offshore Yuan Futures Market Makes Quiet DebutSeptember 17, 2012The world's first offshore yuan currency futures market debuted in Hong Kong on Monday in move backed by Beijing to underline its ambition to slowly internationalize the currency, but interest was muted among investors.
Yuan futures ended lower against
CME Group to Launch Offshore Yuan Currency FuturesSeptember 13, 2012CME Group, the biggest U.S. futures market operator, said on Thursday it plans to expand its offering of yuan products to include deliverable offshore yuan futures, a move which should further help internationalize China's currency.
Europe Still Holds an Allure to U.S. Asset ManagersAugust 31, 2012Despite seemingly bad news about the Eurozone every day, a surprising number of large U.S. asset managers are still attracted to a continent that accounts for 35 percent of the world's mutual fund assets.
China's Markets: No Gain Without PainAugust 16, 2012Despite a history of tight controls, China recognizes the need to reform its financial markets in order to trade effectively, and competitively, within the global economy.
SEC Seeks Big 4 Audit Papers From ChinaJune 20, 2012The Chinese arms of all of the
Big Four audit firms have been asked by U.S. regulators to turn over documents related to audits of China-based companies listed in the USA.
With TSX Shaky, Canadian Fund Managers Play DefenseApril 16, 2012With China's massive economy slowing and fresh signs of trouble in Europe, many Canadian fund managers are now favoring defensive stocks over growth-driven sectors such as mining and energy.
China AMC Deploys Charles River’s IMSJanuary 12, 2011The China Asset Management Company, the nation's largest fund manager, announced it's now using the Charles River Investment Management System for trade matching, confirmation and settlement.
Testify - Now Donate PleaseNovember 23, 2010Advanced Trading visited a major financial services firm yesterday -- it was off-the-record so no names, titles or even hints about what they do. We spoke about the US dollar, forthcoming Dodd-Frank regulations and the pleasures of appearing before Congres