World Finance

World Finance

March 19, 2013 14:42 ET

World Finance Asks: What Would Happen Should the UK Totally Separate from the EU?

LONDON, ENGLAND--(Marketwire - March 19, 2013) - Packed with insightful, opinionated and intelligently researched content by many of the most respected writers in the business domain, World Finance is a comprehensive guide to the issues and ideas currently shaping the economic climate at large.

Whether you're seeking quality coverage relating to banking, markets, wealth management or strategy, World Finance casts a perceptive and analytical eye on some of the seasons' most intriguing subjects. This issue's features includes analysis of IronFX's global presence in today's competitive trading markets, as well as an investigation into how today's governments seem to be neglecting environmental policy in the thick of austerity and economic growth.

World Finance contains a multitude of outstanding coverage tackling both micro and macroeconomic issues; never shying from the most complex of matters for the most informed of readers. Whether it's Dani Rodrick debating the history of economics with direct focus on the opposing schools of liberalism and mercantilism, or David Orrell addressing the importance of GDP predictions, World Finance's comments section offers an academic perspective on today's economic happenings.

Alternative templates of financial reform in response to continued failures in western economics are looked at in depth; and also by analysing the year ahead for GCC; and talking to the president and CEO of Al Baraka Banking Group.

In this issue's special reports Jules Gray analyses the hypothetical advantages and risks of the UK separating from the EU, and Rita Lobo discusses how the Basel III accord seems to have diminished under a recent series of amendments and alterations. Among a variety of further articles and features, are those revealing the French response to François Hollande's 75 percent income tax targeting the wealthy, and Cristina Kirchner's battle with high media coverage, despite Argentina's economy being in turmoil.

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