Chinese Yuan

Reading the Treasury Tea Leaves: A Year of Change in China

Despite a pause in 2015, China will continue to be a major force in the global economy in 2016 and beyond.

Falling dollar

Cash Is No Longer King

In 2016, treasury managers will continue the journey of adjusting to the new paradigm.

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The Treasurer's Role in Shaping Better Balance Sheets

A big trend making treasury a “more strategic” function is its increasing role in capital structure.

Latest Intelligence:

  • Cash & Working Capital February 12, 2016

    SWIFT Looks to Make Payments Swifter

  • Regulatory Watch February 11, 2016

    CFTC: Business End-Users Have Nothing to Fear

  • Capital Markets February 9, 2016

    What to Do If the Buck Wavers

    The US dollar will likely remain strong for a while, most agree. But what about those periods of weakness?

    Although still expected to stay strong for the foreseeable future, the US dollar has weakened somewhat in the last few sessions, driven mainly by hopes of a pause in the Federal Reserve's rate-hike campaign this year. 

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  • Capital Markets February 5, 2016

    Corporates to the (Stock Market) Rescue?

  • Capital Markets February 3, 2016

    Regulators Look to Reduce Market Structure Fears

  • Investment Management February 2, 2016

    More Dollar Strength and Prime Fund Flight on Tap

  • Insurance January 29, 2016

    MNC Interest in Cat Bonds Could Pick Up

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