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Managing DirectorJohn Orchard
Managing EditorToby Fildes
CategoriesCapital markets
FrequencyDaily online and weekly newspaper
PublisherEuromoney Institutional Investor
First issue1987
Final issueMarch 2014
CountryUnited Kingdom

EuroWeek was a news publication covering the global debt and equity capital markets. It was in circulation between 1987 and 2014.


Euroweek started in 1987.[1] It produced sector specific priced deals datasets, league tables, deal pipelines and people moves, and also had a dedicated Asia filter. An online version was published daily, and a weekly newspaper was published each Friday.[2] Regular features included 'The Naked Broker', 'Southpaw' and 'EuroWeek View'.[3]

EuroWeek Asia was the publication's dedicated news section on the Asian equity, bond, loans and structured finance markets. This section was edited in Hong Kong and news was updated online daily. It included a weekly column, Taipan, on Asian Pacific gossip and insider knowledge. This also is now incorporated into GlobalCapital, as part of GlobalCapital's Asia coverage.

Associated with Dealogic, the publication included regular league tables ranking capital market institutions in their sectors. On a four-week rotation the tables covered the Americas, EMEA, Asia Pacific and the rest of the globe. The publication's website held an archive for all published league tables since 1995.[4]

The publication regularly issued sector-specific reports.[5] Supplements include the Structured Finance Report, Covered Bond Report, Financing supranationals and agencies, Asian Review of the Year and the Review of the Year.[6] The Review of the Year, published in January, analyses capital market activity from the past twelve months.

In March 2014, Euroweek merged with other key capital market publications from the Euromoney Institutional Investor Group: Asiamoney, Total Securitization, SSA Markets and Derivatives Week to form GlobalCapital. GlobalCapital delivers daily services dedicated to the following key market sectors: FIG/Bank Finance including Covered Bonds, Corporate Bonds, Syndicated Loans, Equity, Leveraged Finance, Global Emerging Markets, Securitization and Offshore RMB. GlobalCapital is owned by Euromoney Institutional Investor, a business and financial publisher, who also publish other titles such as Euromoney Magazine and Metal Bulletin.


  1. ^ "Euroweek: 1987 and all that". Euroweek. Retrieved 15 October 2016.
  2. ^ "About Us". EuroWeek - The Newspaper of the Global Capital Markets.
  3. ^ "EuroWeek View". EuroWeek - The Newspaper of the Global Capital Markets.
  4. ^ "League Tables Archive". EuroWeek - The Newspaper of the Global Capital Markets.
  5. ^ "Special Reports". EuroWeek - The Newspaper of the Global Capital Markets.
  6. ^ "Review of the Year 2009 & Outlook 2010". EuroWeek - The Newspaper of the Global Capital Markets.

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