Extensive listing of indices by nation with quotes; also a search feature where you can look up indices by country etc. Bear in mind, of course, "the data contained in this website is not necessarily real-time nor accurate."
What's unique from this authoritative source is not only current quote information for indices worldwide, but access to HISTORICAL quotes as well. According to the site, "Most archived tables are available for past editions beginning with May 1, 2007."
What is the current exchange rate in a particular foreign country?
International Financial Reporting Standards Foundation provides, "profiles about the use of IFRS in individual jurisdictions... Currently, profiles are completed for 138 jurisdictions, including all of the G20 jurisdictions plus 118 others. You can download the individual jurisdictional profiles in PDF format".
Subscription database providing, " expert-written analytical accounting, auditing, governmental, internal controls and SEC information as well as primary source data," in this case particularly, access to the full text of the International Financial Reporting Standards. Updated daily.
This subscription database includes the option to subscribe to their International Tax module. Includes an international tax library of rules and regulations, coverage of tax treaties, practice tools and more.
These guides are "prepared annually by U.S. embassies with the assistance of several U.S. government agencies. These reports present a comprehensive look at countries' commercial environments, using economic, political and market analysis." Usually include in Chapter 7: Trade and Project Financing a section on "How Does the Banking System Operate" and "U.S. Banks and Local Correspondent Banks".
"The Guides to Doing Business are prepared by Lex Mundi's member firms and provide a comprehensive overview of the legal and business environments in more than 100 jurisdictions worldwide. They can serve as a useful resource tool when planning an international business strategy or researching a new business market."
What is transfer pricing, and how is it used by multinational corporations (MNCs)?