Posts Tagged ‘global financial crisis’

Growing Up “Normal”

When little Bobby becomes Bob and little Katie prefers to be known as Kate it’s usually an indication that they have grown up, become more mature and in the professional world, capable of more responsibility. The phrase, “The New Normal” emerged shortly after the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) began in 2008. It has since become…

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Managing Commodity Price Risk

Sustained periods of market volatility such as the current situation in the Eurozone makes hedging an expensive option. However, the volatility in the Eurozone pales in comparison to the volatility that commodities’ consumers and producers have experienced in the last ten years, and it shows no sign of abating. This has forced companies to examine…

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