Currency Volatility Costs Highest In Three Years
Data from FiREapps suggest North American multinationals are struggling to adapt to global currency shifts.
As the euro plummets and the dollar soars, U.S. exporters and multinationals try to limit the damage to revenues and earnings.
SAP Being Boosted by Weak Euro
The software giant does hedge its foreign cash flows, but the euro's drop could still give 2015 sales and earnings a double-digit percentage boost.
S&P Downgrades Greece’s Rating Amid Liquidity Concerns
The Greek government's "limited cash buffers and approaching debt redemptions to preferred creditors constrain its negotiating flexibility," said S&P.
A Dashboard for the Euro Crisis
A treasurer describes the key indicators that can alert the finance department to any new market instability arising from the situation in Europe.
Euro-Zone Growth Flounders
Standard &spamp; Poor&spamp;rsquo;s cuts its euro-zone GDP forecast and says corporate defaults will continue to rise.
Euro Zone 2013: Zero Growth, More Defaults
Standard &spamp; Poor’s cuts its euro-zone GDP forecast for this year and next, and says robust high-yield issuance won’t stop corporate defaults from rising.
Euro Faces Depreciation or Destruction: FX Bankers
Currency analysts think that in order to survive, the euro zone will have to break up or see the euro’s value weaken significantly.
How to Break Up the Euro
A prize-winning analysis shows how one or more countries might go about exiting the euro zone and what the fallout could be.
NYSE’s London Arm Digs up First Win
English Channel tunnel operator Eurotunnel switches its U.K. share listing from the London Stock Exchange.