In 2012, Cessna introduced the Sovereign+ as a replacement for the 340+ selling original Sovereign
The most common weapon used by sovereigns
is not guns or bombs.
Approximately 100 per cent of sovereigns
in the Middle East with China exposure held Chinese equities, showing that the government's measures to open the market to foreign investors are bearing fruit.
Creating such an asset would be symbolically important and policymakers hope it would help reduce the link between banks and individual sovereigns
if banks substituted their existing holdings of domestic sovereign
debt for senior SBBS tranches.
have underpinned a recovery in the global Sukuk market this year, with their issuance increasing by 50 per cent in the first eight months of 2017.
It's not so much the anniversary that has collectors and gold buyers excited, as the announcement of a new gold sovereign
coin being struck for the very first time.
(353) Nevada motioned to have the case dismissed under its sovereign
immunity, but California rejected the immunity and allowed the suit to continue.
All of that might sound like gibberish, but Chief Judge Frederick Lauten immediately recognized it for what it was - the ideology of the sovereign
citizens movement, which the FBI has labeled as "domestic terrorism." The movement is popular enough that Lauten had seen it in his court room before.
What's more, stressing that individuals are the ultimate sovereigns
helps us appreciate that majorities in legislative bodies are not the ultimate boss.
are facing an unprecedented level of fiscal financing needs in the wake of a sharp plunge in oil revenues, Standard and Poor's said.
Thus, one of the persistent difficulties in the theory of sovereign
debt is explaining why sovereigns
ever do repay.
Still, North American sovereigns
indicate that they are confident their assets are protected from the government.