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When America sneezes… When America sneezes…

America’s sheer size and the dominance of the US dollar as a reserve currency makes it a bellwether of the global economy, explains independent economist Dr Rebecca Harding

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Asia Q1 – From high jump to long jump Asia Q1 – From high jump to long jump

In the first Asia Corporate Newsletter of 2023, Deutsche Bank Research Strategist Mallika Sachdeva reflects on key economic pivots underway in Asia – China’s scrapping of its zero-Covid policy and the Bank of Japan’s initial steps to exiting ultra-easy monetary policy. She also shares insights on the impact of all of this on Deutsche Bank’s currency and commodities views and what this means for corporates’ FX and raw materials hedging strategies

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Supply chain finance boosts resilience Supply chain finance boosts resilience

Covid-19 exposed supply chain vulnerabilities as borders closed. With a move to near-shoring, inventory increases, putting pressure on costs prompting an acceleration in demand for payables finance solutions. flow shares insights from Asia’s The Asset featuring Deutsche Bank’s Steven Yu’s observations on the new working capital ecosystem

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TRADE FINANCE, TECHNOLOGY

Sibos – unwrapped (Part 3) Sibos – unwrapped (Part 3)

In the final instalment of Deutsche Bank’s post-Sibos reports, flow’s Editor Clarissa Dann turns to trade finance – a resurgent theme in 2022. Digitalising trade finance has moved from “wait and see” to “let’s get this done”. But the balance of regulatory impulsion and industry steering remains unclear

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TRADE FINANCE

Booming Bangladesh Booming Bangladesh

Bangladesh has bounced back from Covid-19 and, with its strong economic fundamentals, infrastructure improvements and digital vision, is growing trade flows and GDP. flow’s Clarissa Dann provides a deep dive into this rapidly evolving economy

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Trade finance and the blockchain – three essential case studies

TRADE FINANCE, SUSTAINABLE FINANCE
Booming Bangladesh

TRADE FINANCE & LENDING, MACRO AND MARKETS
Trade finance funds – where next?

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Transforming Ghana’s railway infrastructure

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Trade and inflation the five basic issues

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SUSTAINABLE FINANCE, TRADE FINANCE, MACRO AND MARKETS

Europe’s energy crisis: Ten green bottlenecks Europe’s energy crisis: Ten green bottlenecks

Winter is coming and what will bridge the energy gap created by the recent shutdown of Russian gas supplies and challenging emissions reduction targets, asks Deutsche Bank Research. flow shares some key points of a new report on Europe’s energy crisis

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TRADE FINANCE, MACRO AND MARKETS

Trade and inflation: the five basic issues Trade and inflation: the five basic issues

As the world grapples with cost of living and energy security crises, inflation continues its relentless rise. Dr Rebecca Harding considers five questions around the links between inflation and trade, finding the answers in trade flow data

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Transforming Ghana’s railway infrastructure Transforming Ghana’s railway infrastructure

In many developing economies, growth relies on cross-border trade aided by robust logistics infrastructure. flow’s Clarissa Dann looks at a remarkable collaboration between international banks and export credit agencies to help Ghana improve its rail network and remove freight and passengers from the roads

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