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  • 2012 Elections & Political Transition: Local Issues, Global Impact

    Citi GPS Opinion Article 2012 promises to be a very political year. Elections and political transitions are taking place in many of the world’s most economically powerful and geopolitically significant countries at the same time a wave of mass popular protests is moving across the globe. This shifting public opinion – perhaps the most volatile...

    Soundness & Security
  • 2012 Investment Themes

    Navigating towards a growth course Most investors were only too happy to see the back of 2011 and now look forward to 2012 with a sense of cautious optimism that things will be brighter. What do we think brighter means? For our purposes, it means growth – growth in confidence, growth in employment, growth in...

    Global Growth
  • 2012 Corporate Finance Priorities

    Based on our client advisory work, feedback from Citi colleagues around our global platform, as well as a global survey of corporate executives, we have identified ten corporate finance priorities, which we think executives will need to address in 2012. The fragile global macroeconomic environment and sustained market volatility will shape every corporate finance decision...

    Global Growth
  • What Happens if the Euro Collapses?

    Citi GPS Opinion Article A break-up of the Euro Area would be rather like the movie “War of the Roses” version of a divorce: disruptive, destructive and without any winners. A break-up of the 17-member state Euro Area, even a partial one involving the exit of one or more fiscally and competitively weak countries, would...

    Global Growth
  • Call of the Frontier

    In this video, we focus on 15 countries in particular – our “Frontier-15” – which have the potential to generate the kind of returns for equity investors over the coming decades that the emerging markets themselves have produced over the past quarter-century. These are Argentina, Bangladesh, Egypt, Ghana, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Mongolia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Romania,...

    Global Growth
  • Call of the Frontier

    The search for a new generation of emerging markets Nothing ventured, nothing gained. Such a maxim reflects one of the basic tenets of financial markets. Investors demand a higher expected return for investing in projects of greater uncertainty. Over the past 24 years – and especially over the past decade – investing in emerging markets...

    Global Growth

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