BEIJING, Aug 4 (Reuters) - Some foreign firms in China can now use their registered capital to buy stakes in other Chinese companies as part of an experiment to further loosen capital controls , the foreign exchange regulator said on Monday.
rate environment, but as yields rise, that lack of cash flow is an increasing drag on the gold price. Additionally, countries like India, which are major gold purchasers, have instituted capital controls to protect Complete Story »
in 1998. The Central Bank stepped in by imposing capital controls and temporarily pegging the Malaysian ringgit to the U.S. dollar. Because of these capital controls , MSCI removed Malaysia from the Emerging Markets
economy and stock market can be significantly affected by decisions by the Chinese authorities regarding cross-border capital controls and China's economic development.Property companies face an eventual rise in interest rates and uncertainty regarding
REYKJAVIK, July 10 (Reuters) - Iceland has hired advisors to work on the removal of capital controls introduced after the country's biggest banks collapsed in 2008, the finance and economic affairs ministry said late on Wednesday.
KEY RATING DRIVERS The rating action follows the upgrade of BoC's Long-term (LT) Issuer Default Rating (IDR) to 'CC' from 'RD' (Restricted Default) following the lifting of capital controls in Cyprus (see "Fitch Upgrades B
that economic indicators were useless, as many financial transactions were disguised as real trade to circumvent capital controls . As the dust settles, higher volatility will teach businesses to put proper hedging techniques in place, forming the
of C hi na A-shares in the MSCI EM Index. It provides a simple, elegant pathway to the eventual dismantling of capital controls in China, and is already impacting the premiums/discounts for co mpanies with dual-listed A/H stocks, many months prior to
economies • A pronounced slowdown in the contribution of international trade to global growth and the imposition of capital controls by many emerging economies in the name of macroprudential policy A reregulation of the international financial system A leverage
economies • A pronounced slowdown in the contribution of international trade to global growth and the imposition of capital controls by many emerging economies in the name of macroprudential policy • A reregulation of the international financial system A leverage