Yep, you got it........
The Z/Yen Group has published its tenth Global Financial Centres Index, which covers 75 financial centres.
Here's some links to a few interesting Bloomberg, Der Spiegel, Independent and Reuters stories currently doing the rounds.
In case you missed them, here are last week's top stories.
US regulators have warned credit rating agency Standard & Poor's they are considering taking action over its rating of mortgage-backed investments ahead of the 2008 financial meltdown.
Well here's one firm determined that it will see no repeat of what happened in 2008.
The King is dead! Long live the King!
Here's a great clip Business Insider has from a Fox Business Network interview with the irrepressible Charlie Gasparino.
Now here's something to bear in mind.
Deutsche Bank and Barclays, two of the world’s largest currency dealers, were among the first banks to suffer losses after the Swiss central bank’s surprise decision to abandon a cap on the franc, people with knowledge of the matter said.
Citigroup, the world’s biggest currencies dealer, lost more than $150m after the Swiss central bank’s surprise decision to let the franc trade freely against the euro, according to a person briefed on the matter.
Marko Dimitrijevic made a smart bet in December. The hedge fund manager, wagering the Swiss franc would fall, profited after voters there rejected a plan to have the central bank hold a fifth of its assets in gold.