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FINANCIAL News, Money, Banks, Economic and Financial Crisis, Aug 04, 2011 (2)


Stocks Take Nose Dive On Economic Fears
NPR
Investors are increasingly worried about economic weakness in the US and a debt crisis in Europe. "We are continuing to be bombarded by worries about the global economy," said Bill Stone, chiefinvestment strategist at PNC Financial. ...
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Stocks plunge as economic, Europe worries continue
Forbes
By DAVID K. RANDALL , 08.04.11, 03:38 PM EDT The stock market is in the midst of its biggest retreat since the financial crisis. The Dow Jones industrial average plunged as many as 440 points Thursday afternoon. It is now down more than 1200 points ...
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Treasury Yields Evoke Eisenhower Era as Growth Stalls
Bloomberg
The yield, which dropped to as low as 2.46 percent today in New York, reached a record low of 2.04 percent in December 2008 during the global financial crisis. Investors are piling into Treasuries after the European Central Bank resumed bond purchases ...
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AT A GLANCE: Financial Markets Reel Amid Growth, Debt Fears
Wall Street Journal
THE EVENT: Concerns about dismal economic growth prospects, the sovereign debt crisis in Europe and the inability of officials around the globe to craft solutions to those problems sparked big losses on financial markets Thursday. US stocks were at ...
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Perfect Storm of Terrible News Sends Dow Plunging 300 Points
The Atlantic
Peter Schroeder at The Hill notes that the Dow "has lost more points in the last two weeks than it did after the House initially failed to approve a bailout of US banks at the height of the financial crisis in 2008." In another rocky day on Wall Street ...
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Japan Follows Switzerland in Intervening to Stem Currency's Appreciation
Bloomberg
In Europe, policy makers have failed to contain a crisis that's required a second bailout of Greece. Spanish and Italian 10-year government bond yields reached euro-area record levels this week on concern that increasing debt-servicing costs and ...
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Indonesia Growth Spurs World's Priciest Stocks as BRICs Retreat
BusinessWeek
Faster growth and lower inflation spurred Standard & Poor's and Fitch Ratings to say this year they may give President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono's government an investment grade credit grade for the first time since the Asian financial crisis in 1997. ...
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Even after default scare, US Treasuries remain safest
Reuters
... according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch Fixed Income Index data. The longbond's rally over the past four sessions produced a total return of 6.3 percent, its best such streak since the trailing days of the financial crisis in December 2008. ...
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Reuters
Canadian investors in for rough ride, says economist
Global Saskatoon
The volatile market has unnerved investors in Canada and around the world. To address some of their concerns, Global News spoke to Martin Schwerdtfeger, senior economist at TD Bank FinancialGroup. Stock markets tumbled Thursday. ...
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Bank of New York sets precedent for charging interest on clients for owning cash
Examiner.com
Now that a new global credit crisis is rising in Europe and the US once again, the need forinvestment banks to get people into, or remain holders of equities is imperative as signs of a market selloff raise questions on the solvency of the global ...
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Newspaper Briefing, including 'FTSE 100 led European shares down on US ...
Proactive Investors UK
The US economy is also flat lining, with slower growth now expected - confidence in the country evaporated overnight and a frantic hour of trading on Wall Street sent the Dow Jones Industrial Average on its worst run since the financial crisis, ...
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Austerity Top Priority As Economy Sputters, Americans Suffer
Huffington Post
From the Wall Street perspective, "inflation is a huge risk," said Troy Davig, US economist at Barclays Capital, the British investment bank. That's because inflation erodes the value of bonds. "It's implicitly defaulting on the debt," he said. ...
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COVER STORY
FM.co.za
Paul Hansen, Stanlib head of retail investing, says an increasing number of Liberty agents and Standard Bank financial planners are repatriating their clients' offshore portfolios. “They've had enough of the complaints from clients about the way the ...
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Debt wrangling: Your guide to economic chaos
Sydney Morning Herald
Photo: Reuters How could this be? Aren't we just recovering now from the global financial crisis, you ask? In the financial crisis of 2008 it was the banks which had all the debt, and the governments which bailed them out. Fast forward three years and...
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Sydney Morning Herald
European Shares in recovery as market awaits bank's policy
Business Daily Africa
The price of gold, viewed as a safe haven investment in troubled economic times, traded at $1663 an ounce on the London Bullion Market, off Wednesday's record high. “Financial markets on Wednesday continued to be rocked by a perfect storm of poor...
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Business Daily Africa
G20, central banks may have to step in again
Montreal Gazette
By ANDREW TORCHIA and PAUL CARREL, Reuters August 4, 2011 With financial markets in turmoil and economic growth slowing, policy-makers around the world may once again be forced to co-operate to try to head off a crisis, as they did successfully in ...
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US Stocks Plunge As Recession Fears Spur Broad Selloff
Wall Street Journal
The bank cited the massive dollar deposits it has received over recent weeks, as investors and corporations retreat from financial markets amid Europe's debt crisis and the recent debate over US government borrowing. Investors fled to US Treasurys, ...
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The impossible job creation dream
Salon
Such an outcome would be resisted by America's financial elite and its professional elite, including liberal professionals. But both of these economic elites are much too big to be sustained by a slow-growing US and world economy. ...
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Salon
updatedTSX erases 10 months of gains
CBC.ca
Bank of New York clients include pension funds and large investment houses. "Investors are deciding that now is the time to take risk off the table," said Brian Gendreau, market strategist for Cetera Financial Group. On Wednesday, the Swiss National ...
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CBC.ca
SA well placed to weather external shocks
Independent Online
However, this scenario - essentially a reprise of the 2008 financial crisis, which knocked 39 percent off the value of the rand - is far from certain given the growing view that risks in established markets may be just as high as in emerging ones. ...
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Independent Online
Search on For Safe Investment Ports in Crisis
IBTimes Hong Kong
By Jeremy Gaunt, European Investment Correspondent | August 4, 2011 9:04 PM HKT The globaleconomy is more sluggish than first thought, government bonds offer no real return, gold is super expensive and stock markets sell off at the slightest setback. ...
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Analysis: Crackdown on bank risk leaves "black box" empty
IBTimes Hong Kong
At the same time, financial watchdogs are putting an end to the behind-closed-doors trading of derivatives, a practice that earned itself a bad reputation in the credit crisis, when arcane derivatives blew up without forewarning. ...
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EUROZONE Debt Crisis News, Aug 04, 2011 (3)


Stocks Skid Amid Lack of Action From Leaders
New York Times
... LONDON — Stocks tumbled in Europe and on Wall Street on Thursday led by banks, while bond yields gyrated amid intensifying concerns about the weakening global growth outlook and the euro zone's ability to find a path out of its debt crisis. ...
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Dennis Gartman: Insights on Gold, Euro Schisms, and a Rebound for ...
Benzinga
In a May 2011 interview, Gartman recommended gold in Euro terms as the hottest ... doubt seeking his next hedge against the Eurozone's systemic debt crisis, ...
EU Says Capacity to Solve Debt Crisis in Doubt - International ...
The European Union acknowledged on Wednesday that investors now doubt whether the euro zone can overcome its debt crisis and Italy's Silvio Berlusconi called for more ... EU Says Capacity to Solve Debt Crisis in Doubt. Latest News .... Who Watches The Watchmen (6:03 am); Forex Market Insight 08/04/2011 (6:00 am) ...
in.ibtimes.com/.../eu-says-capacity-to-solve-debt-crisis-in-dou...
Why Europe's debt crisis is still spreading
Christian Science Monitor
Investors are increasingly edgy over whether EU policymakers can agree on how to ease the debt crisis. President of the European Central Bank Jean-Claude Trichet listens to a journalist's question during a news conference after a council meeting in ...
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Christian Science Monitor
Stock market falls: are the euro's days numbered?
The Guardian (blog)
The latest stock market falls appear to signal a new phase of the eurozone debt crisis. Is the currency doomed? Stock markets have fallen after the European commission president warned that the crisis in the eurozone was threatening to engulf Italy and ...
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The Guardian (blog)
What does the eurozone deal really mean for Greece?
Kathimerini
“They do not have the potential to put an end to the debt crisis. Instead, the risk of contagion of other countries will increase. This is because the much too low haircut sends the message to the market participants that an even more significant ...
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No headway in Italy-EU talks as debt crisis deepens
Oman Tribune
LUXEMBOURG/ ROME Italian Finance Minister Giulio Tremonti and euro zone chief Jean-Claude Juncker had little to offer after talks on Wednesday as Italy and Spain risk being swamped by theeuro zone debt crisis. Despite mounting pressure on debt bonds ...
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Debt crisis: live
Telegraph.co.uk
Rolling coverage of the roller coaster in financial markets as the eurozone and US come under increasing pressure to deal with high levels of debt and stave off another recession. Barroso warned that the eurozone crisis is spreading. ...
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Telegraph.co.uk
Eurozone debt crisis dips Statoil share value
The Foreigner
Eurozone debt crisis dips Statoil share value. As Europe's money markets crashed today even Norway's state-owned industries were not immune from the effects. As at 4.40pm UK time Statoil shares were trading at $22.47, compared to $23.93 this morning ...
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The Foreigner
Calls Grow for Global Effort to Address Debt Crisis
Wall Street Journal
The US's dismal economic outlook and Europe's debt crisis—along with a string of disappointing economic reports around the world—are driving investors out of the dollar and euro and into the perceived safety of currencies like the Swiss franc and ...
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Eurozone Facing "Organized Attack" As Yields Rise-Greek Fin Min
Wall Street Journal
Since early last year, Greece has been at the center of Europe's widening debt crisis, which has gradually spread to other peripheral economies--like Portugal and Ireland--and now appears to be threatening some of the currency bloc's bigger members as ...
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Eurozone debt crisis: Spain auctions bonds
BBC News
... off up to 3.5bn euros ($5bn) of bonds on Thursday, as spiking interest rates on the national debt caused EU stocks to tumble. Prime Minister Jois Luis Rodriguez Zapatero cut short his holiday in the south of the country to discuss the crisis. ...
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BBC News
Global share markets jittery over debt fears
Radio New Zealand
World stock markets fell sharply on Thursday as worries about a global slowdown and the euro zone debt crisis intensified. Share markets in Europe dropped for a second day as investors feared the euro zone debt crisis could spread to Italy and Spain. ...
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Regulator asks UK banks to detail Belgium exposure -Lloyds
Reuters
The premium investors demand to hold 10-year Belgian debt over benchmark German Bunds rose to its highest since the launch of the euro earlier this week, as concern about the spreading euro zone debt crisis and a US slowdown spurred investors to switch ...
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German shares slump wipes 100 bln euros off DAX
Reuters
That marks a new phase in a euro zone sovereign debt crisis that has already taken a heavy toll on Greek, Portuguese, Irish, Spanish, and Italian stocks but had, until recently, spared the equity market of Europe's biggest economy. ...
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World markets tumble as Euro debt crisis intensifies
National Business Review
World sharemarkets have plunged on fresh fears the euro-zone debt zone crisis could intensify. On Wall Street, pushing both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Standard & Poor's 500 index have plunged into correction territory, ...
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Investment professionals increasingly concerned about euro zone debt
Investment International
The figures illustrate a growing lack of confidence as 65% considered this a significant challenge in the last quarterly survey, and only 51% saw the Eurozone debt crisis as a major challenge at the start of the year. The prospect of a second banking ...
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The wobbly West
Times of Oman
The eurozone sovereign-debt crisis appears to have been the worst-managed financial crisis since Argentina's default in 2001. The European Union and eurozone leaders have seriously discredited themselves. Europe requires institutional changes that are ...
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Hitting pause on the eurozone crisis
Business Spectator
I discussed the mechanics of the European debt crisis with him over the past week. Sarrazin is most well known these days for his outspokenness, or indeed bluntness, on the failures of the welfare state and multiculturalism. ...
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FTSE Loses £50bn Amid Eurozone Crisis
Sky News
Sky business reporter Tadhg Enright said investors are concerned about the dwindling global economic recovery: "We saw earlier this week crisis just barely averted when a looming default by the US government on its debt was averted. ...
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Sky News
Rating the Ratings Firms: An 'I' for 'Ignore'
Wall Street Journal
"We have to ask ourselves serious questions about the role they are playing in the crisis hitting certain countries in the euro zone," Michel Barnier, the EU official overseeing an overhaul of financial regulation, told Reuters. As a result, the EU has ...
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Futures Tumble Amid Euro Zone Jitters
CNBC.com
Futures briefly cut some of their earlier losses Thursday after investors cheered the weekly jobless claims numbers, but quickly plunged again, pressured by fears over the euro zone debt crisis and as the dollar surged against a basket of currencies. ...
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Gold hovers below record high; SPDR holdings on rise
Reuters
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Gold held steady below its record high on Thursday, supported by worries about the spreading euro zone debt crisis and slowing global growth, while holdings in the SPDR Gold Trust rose for a second consecutive session....
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Reuters
EU president urges fast approval of Greek aid
Kathimerini
The head of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, called on Wednesday for eurozonemembers to speed up their approval of the latest support package for Greece amid growing concern that Spain and Italy will be engulfed by the debt crisis. ...
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A look at economic developments around the globe
Forbes
European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso urged eurozone leaders to make further changes to their bailout fund - including boosting its size - to ensure it can effectively stem the debt crisis that has rocked the currency union for 21 months. ...
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Cyprus, France and the euro-zone crisis
The Economist
Bank of Cyprus, the country's largest lender and a crucial investor in government debt, warned this week that the sovereign faced an “imminent” bail-out. Help may yet come from outside the euro zone. Thanks to amenable bankers and double-taxation ...
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Czech Central Bank May Keep Interest Rate at Record Low on Euro Debt Woes
Bloomberg
The euro area's debt crisis, which is threatening to spread to Italy, has reduced chances Czech policy makers will follow their counterparts across Europe in raising borrowing costs to curb inflation. Even with the Czech economy expanding faster than ...
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Euro zone growth weakens as Germany, France ebb - PMI
Reuters UK
The data will provide little cheer for policymakers, coming as the 17-nation bloc struggles through adebt crisis that has so far engulfed Greece, Ireland and Portugal and shows little sign of waning. The Markit Eurozone Services Purchasing Managers' ...
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Slovakia: August 2011
FXstreet.com
In response to the debt crisis, we slightly increased the end-2011 estimate of the Slovak bond yield. In the real economy, the downside risks for real GDP growth has increased due to both worse indicators from the Eurozone and sentiment in Slovakia. ...
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Signs of Stress on the Rise Across Europe
Wall Street Journal
By DAVID ENRICH And CARRICK MOLLENKAMP The European sovereign-debt crisis placed new strains on the Continent's banks on Wednesday amid signs that some lenders are finding it harder and more expensive to fund themselves. ...
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ECB might renew its Gov't Bond Buying program
FXstreet.com
€2.5-3.5B indicated range in 3.4% 2014 and 2015 Bonds - EU leaders feel the strain from the debt crisis. Dealers note that the defense of Spain and Italy will decide the Euro Zone's future - European shares were higher during Thursday's session ...
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The EU vs. the credit rating agencies
Cause and Effect in European Politics and Economy
Against the background of their sluggishness in the midst of the financial crisis, the credit rating agencies stirred into action noticeably when the debt crisis shook theeuro area. Any attempt by the EU to show solidarity and to suggest confidence to ...
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Cause and Effect in European Politics and Economy
Stock ETFs Down on Euro Jitters; Japan Intervenes to Halt Yen
ETF Trends
In Europe, the iShares MSCI Italy (NYSEArca: EWI) was set for a sharply lower open as a speech by Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi failed to soothe markets. [Italy ETF Feeling Heat of Debt Crisis]
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Eurozone bailout fund 'needs boost' - timesofmalta.com
By PA
Eurozone bailout fund 'needs boost'. The eurozone needs to make further changes to its bailout fund - including boosting its size - to ensure it can stop the debt crisis from drawing in big economies like Italy and Spain, a top European Union official said. ... However, the accord failed to stem rising panic on financial markets over the ability of Italy and Spain - the eurozone's third and fourth largest economies - to repay their debts. Although the yields, or interest ...
timesofmalta.com
Tremonti, Juncker held debt crisis talks | The Independent Daily
By Independent News Service
The talks followed a new day of drama on financial markets as Italy and Spain faced soaring borrowing costs that threaten to sweep the eurozone's third and fourth-biggest economies into a widening Greek-style debt crisis. ...
The Independent Daily
Euro markets steady ahead of Spain auction, ECB - MAARS News
By Valkyries
(Reuters) – Euro zone sovereign bond markets steadied Thursday ahead of a crucial European Central Bank policy-setting meeting that investors hope will signal a more aggressive approach to fighting the currency area's debt crisis. ... Yields of Italian and Spanish 10-year bonds fell in early trading before an auction in which Spain planned to sell up to 3.5 billion euros ($5 billion) of government paper after crisis telephone consultations with European Union authorities . ...
MAARS News
The debt crisis could delay a further rise in ECB rates ...
By B.B
debt crisis could delay a further rise in ECB rate. Photo of the News. Photo: Reuters. MADRID, Aug. 4 (EUROPA PRESS) –. The new surge in the crisis of sovereign debt in the euro zone, which has led to the Spanish risk premium to exceed ... Inversis responsible for managing Bank, Fernando Hernandez, emphasizes the importance of the meeting of the ECB Governing Council, held at a “delicate” in the markets with risk premiums on the periphery of the Eurozone new “shot” and ...
Economics Newspaper
The eurozone crisis requires a radical solution
By John Ellis
Follow us on Facebook and get updates from Politics posted directly to your news feed. Enter you email address and zip code to set up customized email alerts. ... Germany absorbs the deadbeats'debt, in exchange for first lien on all the assets across the eurozone (more or less). 3. The Geuro and the Euro. The Geuro is Germany and a handful of others who have their act together. The Euro is the deadbeats and the extend and pretenders. France, as one expert told us this ...
Politics
Guess what? The Finpocalypse is upon us. Now. | eats shoots 'n leaves
By richardbrenneman
The latest news from Europe is nothing less than catastrophic, and Wall Street has taken notice. The U.S. debt ceiling farce, the implementation of the Koch brothers mandate to destroy government, was merely the latest trigger, ... European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso has warned that the sovereign debt crisis is spreading beyond the periphery of the eurozone. In a letter to European governments, he called on them to give their “full backing” to the euro ...
eats shoots 'n leaves
Gold hovers below record high; SPDR holdings ... - China Business News
By CBN
Gold held steady below its record high on Thursday, supported by worries about the spreading euro zone debt crisis and slowing global growth, while holdings in the SPDR Gold Trust rose for a second consecutive session. FUNDAMENTALS ... Growth in much of the world's service sector was anaemic in July as firms around the world worried about the debt crisis in Europe and the U.S. as a well as slowing consumer demand, business surveys showed on Wednesday. ...
China business news
EUROPE NEEDS A BAZOOKA | PRAGMATIC CAPITALISM
By Cullen Roche
Europe must stop the contagion. Although not entirely analogous to the American credit crisis (which was really a household debt crisis), the Euro crisis is similar. And I think it's going to require an equally large bazooka. ... “Stopping Europe's current crisis requires fundamental overhaul of theeurozone's institutions. But the most important part of that overhaul is to ensure that the ECB takes on full responsibility as a lender of last resort in the government bond ...
PRAGMATIC CAPITALISM
Debt crisis: live | www.bullfax.com - Market News and Analysis
By marketmaker
The eurozone's new year heralds a debt crisis that has alarm bells ringing and markets tracking government plans to tame the growing shortfall.Officials have borrowed heavily to pull the 16-nation zone out of its first recession, ...
Bullfax.com - Market News & Analysis
EU Urges Bailout Changes as Stocks, Euro Tumble | LoanSafe.org
By Alex Ferreras
Welcome to America's #1 Home Mortgage Blog. Get the latest home loan news from the most trusted online mortgage community on the internet - LoanSafe.org ... European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso admitted as much, urging eurozone leaders to make further changes to their bailout fund – including boosting its size – to ensure it can effectively stem the debt crisisthat has rocked the currency union for 21 months. Barroso's appeal and the ECB's apparent ...
LoanSafe.org
NewsDaily: Spain passes tough debt test, but at a cost
By Nigel Davies
NewsDaily: Your best source for breaking news ... Spanish yields have soared to their highest level since the inception of the euro as a still-deepening debt crisis threatened to swallow the larger economies of Italy and Spain. ... He also said that Chinese accounts had been buying debt issued by the euro zone's highly-indebted periphery in recent weeks. The bond sales were the first since Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero called early elections last week, ...
NewsDaily: Top Headlines
Bangkok Post : Debt crisis hits heart of eurozone, ECB extends ...
The European Union said the debt crisis is now striking at the heart of the eurozone and ...Published: 5/08/2011 at 12:32 AM; Newspaper section: news. The logo of the European currencyEuro stands in front of the European Central Bank ...
www.bangkokpost.com/.../debt-crisis-hits-heart-of-eurozone-e...
Spain to offer bonds as ECB meets amid crisis | Reuters
Europe stocks sink on global growth, euro zone fears. 4:47pm BST ... Inside the News: Italian debt worries dominate market focus ... hoping the ECB will signal a more aggressive approach to fighting the euro zone's debt crisis. ...
uk.reuters.com/.../uk-eurozone-idUKTRE77129020110803
EUobserver / Barroso: EU moving too slow on debt crisis
The trusted source of EU related news and information. ... Barroso: EU moving too slow on debt crisis. Barroso (r) is 'deeply concerned' while ... signal of the euro area's resolve to address the sovereign debt crisis," he added. ... Eurozone leaders at a summit in July agreed to change the terms of the currency ...
euobserver.com/9/32680
EU President Warns Debt Crisis Is Spreading | Headlines | News ...
... Commission has warned that the eurozone debt crisis is spreading. ... He called for a re-assessment of all elements of the eurozone's current and future ...
www.jackradio.com/.../eu-president-warns-debt-crisis-is-sprea...
China voices confidence on euro zone debt as crisis ... - Yahoo! News
Read 'China voices confidence on euro zone debt as crisis spreads' on Yahoo! News. BEIJING (Reuters) - China's foreign minister on Wednesday expressed ...
news.yahoo.com/china-voices-confidence-euro-zone-debt-cris...
Eurozone debt crisis spreads to Italy and Spain - Newstalk 106-108 ...
Eurozone debt crisis spreads to Italy and Spain - Newstalk 106-108 fm ... Google News Business (Today) - ReutersEURO GOVT-Bunds rally on worries crisis will ...
thunderfeeds.com/.../eurozone-debt-crisis-spreads-to-italy-and...
CNC World - Eurozone debt crisis
The European Union says that investors now doubt whether the euro zone can overcome its debt crisis. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has called for ...
www.cncworld.tv/news/v.../17104_Eurozone_debt_crisis.shtm...
US debt, euro zone crisis hit European shares | Latest News Update
Fears of contagion in the euro zone debt crisis also hit share prices. Banks were the worst performers, with the STOXX Europe 600 Banks index down 2.2 ...
latestnews.gsmrise.com/.../us-debt-euro-zone-crisis-hit-europea...