Markit Magazine - Issue 18
Once again, the year transitions with considerable hopes for the global economy, but grave concerns too, as 'fiscal cliffs', debt and volatility share the centre stage.

As Markit enters its tenth year in business we have asked ten leading lights of the financial world for their views on the year ahead – and beyond. Plus we look at what’s hot in Latin America and why Arctic lending has gone cold.
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Timeline - Markit celebrates its tenth anniversary in January 2013 - so we've taken a look at the key world events of the last ten years
Predictions 2013 - 10 financial industry leaders answer 10 questions each on what may lie ahead for the global economy
Markit News - Roundup of company news
The Wright stuff - Iosco director general David Wright tells Markit magazine about his mission to at the heart of the global finance industry
High-yield trends - US law firm Proskauer reports on its first ever high-yield global bond study and what the industry should be thinking about
Future of ETFs - Exchange-traded funds have seen a spectacular rise, and while they are still on an upward swing, there may be challenges ahead
Arctic lending - The last frontier for global resource development could mean huge funding and financing opportunities, but the ecological and reputational dangers seem too great for the financial world to take on
Latin moves - South and Central American nations are boosting their markets through partnerships and tighter regulation in a bid to take on the world
Loans - The loans sector is on the verge of entering the asset class mainstream, but there are a range of issues that must be overcome first
The Producers - London's Young Vic is one of the UK's most innovative theatres and its artistic director knows a thing or two about how to deal with risk
Markit data with analysis - The C&D team put the events of the past few months into perspective