The growth of social media, which has been explosive in the last few years, looks set to continue. The Editor discusses the opportunities that such media already present to the treasury and finance community, and examines how this might develop in the future. https://www.treasury-management.com/article/1/181/1578/beyond-facebook-social-media-for-professionals.html
The U.S. dollar adds to the previous week’s losses on Monday, trading weaker against many of its rivals as traders look ahead to a Federal Reserve policy meeting later this week. http://feeds.marketwatch.com/~r/marketwatch/financial/~3/tI-ShZc5lIM/story.asp
The author looks at why the Chinese market is such an important factor to consider when formulating a global treasury management strategy, and explains what benefits a customer can expect to receive when developing their operations in China in partnership with a Chinese bank. https://www.treasury-management.com/article/1/181/1577/implementing-efficient-treasury-management-services-in-china.html
Investors still appear to be clinging to the idea the Goldilocks economy and the bull market is alive and well, with profit growth not too hot to trigger inflation but not too cold to cause a recession. Lance Roberts is here to disabuse us of...