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HEALTH News, Fitness, Wellness, Diets, Aug 25, 2011 (2)

Bride-to-Be Loses More Than 100 Pounds in 9-Months, Gains Big Money Through ...
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IRELAND, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece News, Aug 25, 2011

Euro on the Brink
If Greece were the only concern, this would be no big deal. It's a very small piece of the Euro-Zone. However, ItalySpainPortugal and Ireland are also facing major headwinds in the debt market. I worry most about Spain and Italy. ...
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Euro-zone Sovereign CDS Mostly Lower But Greece Still Rising
Five-year sovereign CDS spreads for Spain, Portugal, Italy and Ireland were all between 15 and 20 basis points tighter. Among the euro zone's core members, France's five-year CDS were three basis points tighter at 161, after the country announced new ...
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Eurobonds or Political Union are Not the Solution
Wall Street Pit
The only possible argument in favor of the idea that Eurobonds (or more political integration) would have solved the current crisis is that Greece, Portugal, Ireland, Italy or Spain are all doing fine and their only problem is that they are being ...
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EURO GOVT-Bunds fall on Fed hopes but market cautious
"Ireland couldn't afford to issue at these levels but clearly Dublin has been given credit for what it has done and it has definitely decoupled itself from Greece and Portugal," said a Dublin based trader.
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Flash Crash in Germany Means More Turmoil Ahead
They are an admission that something is rotten in Denmark or in this case, Greece,Portugal, Ireland, Spain and Italy. This news was out around the time the DAX had its precipitous fall. If today's drop was an isolated incidence it wouldn't necessarily ...
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European ETFs Stabilize After Big Drop
ETF Trends
Bailouts for Italy and Spain would be so enormous that helping out Portugal, Greeceor Ireland would be out of the question, reports Howard Schneider for The Washington Post. [Italy, Spain ETFs Back in the Debt Vise] “At this time –we're in a dramatic ...
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ETF Trends
Ron Paul's America
The Emory Wheel
But it's only been recently that the Paulites have a prime, national example to shove down the collective throats of Americans: the PIIGS (Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece and Spain). The Paulites are convinced that the debt riddled PIIGS paint a dim ...
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Bank of China profits jump 28%
China Daily
The bank dumped European Union debt, including Portugal, Ireland, Italy and Spain. The lender's total carrying value of debt securities issued by the heavily indebted was 1.136 billion yuan at the end of June, a drop of 1.03 billion yuan from the end ...
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Common Sense May Very Well Be Dead
The Emory Wheel
While the debt problem in the PIIGS (Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece, and Spain) is no joke, the fiscal fiasco that recently played out in Washington was completely unnecessary. Paralyzed by gridlock, politicians postured and pointed fingers as the ...
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Eurozone Should Follow Three Lines To Tackle Crisis, Says Mundell
"First, for the accountability of individual countries like Greece, Italy, Greece, Portugal and Spain, they have to make adjustment and must find out what are the possible growth policies in this stringency. "Second, they have to set a liquidity ...
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Leather exports to touch 5.4 bn by 2014: Assocham
Business Standard
... including Spain, Italy and Greece, continue to reel under a debt crisis, thereby raising concerns over the business coming to India from these countries. "Exports to Australia, Greece, Switzerland,Portugal, and Ireland have shown a decline," it ...
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Boyne wrong on progress
Jamaica Gleaner
Debt has caused the USA's sovereign rating to be downgraded to AA+ and the combined weight of the highly leveraged PIIGS (Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece, Spain) are about to start a conflagration to bring down Europe. Jamaica's debt has moved from ...
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Raiffeisen eyes capital hike, Q2 beats
RBI kept its exposure to the sovereign debt of Greece and Ireland at zero as of the end of June. It reduced its combined sovereign exposure to Portugal and Spain to 7 million euros, while exposure to Italy edged up to 474 million. ...
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Greenspan: Gold is a Currency, Euro “Breaking Down”
The New American
Floundering regimes from Spain and Italy to Ireland and Portugal are struggling to stay afloat as the ECB and the EU frantically seek to prop them up. A default by the socialist government rulingGreece is almost inevitable at this point, with European ...
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European Parliament set to get tough on debt crisis
Economic Times
If implemented, such a move, which is strongly opposed by Germany, would have the effect of raising Germany's cost of funding in order to bring down the cost for higher-risk states such as Greece,Ireland, Portugal, Spain and Italy. ...
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This Isn't 2008: Financial ETFs Holding Rally's Gains (So Far)
Barron's (blog)
To put matters into perspective, US mortgage debt outstanding in early 2008 exceeded the currently outstanding sovereign debt of Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece, & Spain by a factor of two-and-a-half times, Sandler noted.
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Five Developed-Market ETFs Failing Spectacularly
The devil is in the details and the details are the countries VGK offers exposure to: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal,Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK Ugh. 2. ...
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Rabobank charge hike sparked by ACC
Irish Independent
Rabobank said it ensured that its exposure to struggling euro zone nations Spain and Italy -- plus bailed-out Greece, Ireland and Portugal -- was limited at €690m. Greece accounted for €104m, it said. A new Greek rescue plan, agreed at an emergency ...
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Don't expect Jackson Hole to dampen volatility
Since then, the support has been extended to countries, with the European Central Bank continuously supporting weaker members, Greece, Ireland and Portugal with expectations thatItaly and Spain may follow suit. Recent economic news has suggested that ...
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President seems in no hurry to solve nation's problems
St. George Daily Spectrum
... Syria, Mexico, Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Somalia, Egypt,Ireland and Tunisia are the most prominent examples. His strongest supporters will remain convinced that America has been the root of the world's misery. ...
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Dutch court smokes Samsung's Galaxy phone in EU
iT News
Markets that were not affected by the Dutch injunction included Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, andSpain, according to software patent watcher, FOSS Patents. ...
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Heineken's summer of costly discontent
Irish Times
Heineken is Europe's largest beer maker and the market leader in Greece and Italy. It holds the number two spots in Ireland, Portugal and Spain. “Heineken is the first beverage company, maybe the first consumer company, to warn of an impact on consumer ...
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Leather exports to hit $5.4 bn by 2014: Study
... Italy, France, Hong Kong, Spain, Netherlands, Russia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, UAE and Japan have shown positive growth during April-March 2010-11. On the other side, exports to Australia, Greece, Switzerland, Portugal, and Ireland have ...
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Finance professors: Grad school a good option
The University of Alabama Crimson White
In particular, Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece and Spain are suffering from overwhelming debt, and that uncertainty in European markets is spilling over into the American market, he said. Students could learn a lesson from the near insolvency of the ...
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Heineken says H1 results weak, H2 will be worse
Malaysia Star
Heineken is the market leader in Greece and Italy and number two in Ireland, Portugal and Spain, countries either bailed out or seen by many in the financial markets as in line for rescue. The company said this would affect second-half volumes and ...
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Are Free Markets A Good Thing Or A Bad Thing?
Motley Fool UK
And now nation states are under speculative attack, with first Greece being bailed out, followed soon afterwards by Ireland and Portugal. Italy and Spain look to be next in the firing line, but, the problem is, they are simply too big to be bailed out. ...
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Rosia Montana Gold Corporation: We deny existence of any financial connection ...
'I would put all my trust in an euro of the United States of Europe, but with a euro that one often hears would collapse because of Greece, Portugal, Ireland, Italy or Spain, as a head of state I would like to put my country on the safe side and to put ...
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A debt crisis primer
Intelligent Investor (subscription)
Countries carrying a large percentage of external debt don't have that option, which is why Portugal,Ireland, Greece and Spain are in more serious trouble. It depends. Societies' religious background colours views; many see debt as a moral failing. ...
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After the deadline: a status review of the implementation of the new European ...
Lexology (registration)
The action taken against the relevant Member States-Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain-- ...
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Debt crisis: live
Ten-year borrowing costs for both countries have fallen to around 5pc since the central bank decided starting buying bonds attempt to prevent contagion from Greece,Portugal and Ireland from spreading to the larger economies of Spain and Italy. ...
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European Central Bank bought €14.3bn in bonds
Malta Business Weekly
Their yields had previously been over 6%, heading toward the level that forced the eurozone to rescueGreece, Portugal and Ireland after they faced rates so high they would have ruined their finances. The central bank was left as the eurozone's ...
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3, 2, 1: Global Debt Meltdown | Sovereign Independent
By jayfromeire
Before Its News. We are steamrolling toward a massive global debt meltdown, and at this point world leaders seem to be all out of solutions. Over the last 30 years or so, the greatest debt bubble in the history of the planet has produced unprecedented prosperity in the western ... It is estimated that the European Central Bank is now holding somewhere in the neighborhood of 444 billion euros worth of debt from the governments of GreeceItalyPortugalIreland and Spain. ...
Sovereign Independent
In An Unsustainable System, A Warning of Collapse ...
By Daniel
InvestmentWatch – The best source of news, analysis, and intelligent discussion .... In addition to the sovereign problems European banks are exposed for $700 billion in just the debt of Greece,Ireland and Portugal. If SpainItaly and Belgium are included the exposure grows to $2.8 trillion and that is just the bank exposure. Thus sovereign and bank exposure is $7 to $8 trillion. These kinds of numbers make you realize that all of Europe is broke and all the banks are ...
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Phone Hacking: Smoking Gun Email, News Of The World Scandal ...
By Julie
Financial Enemy of GreeceIrelandItalySpainPortugal, & America – Jew. 1. Goldman Sachs CEO, Lyold Blankfein is Jew. 2. IMF Deputy CEO, John Lisky is Jew. 3. Ex IMF CEO, Dominic Strauss is Jew ...
Julie Riolo
Germany May Want PIIGS Gold as Security for 'Bailouts' – Merkel's ...
This is why Bild, the best selling daily newspaper in Germany urged their ... as Greece, Portugal,Spain, Italy and Ireland to be used as collateral for ...
Merkel dismisses seek assurances from Greece ... - Economics Newspaper
by quapan Merkel dismisses seek assurances from Greece and suffered criticism in ... debt purchases Greece, Ireland, Portugal, Italy and Spain by the ECB. ...
Finland « Euro Area Debt Crisis by Megan Greene
News and views on the euro area's debt crisis. Search: ... macroeconomic analysis and forecasting for Greece, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Italy and Germany . ...

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GUVERNUL a aprobat VANZAREA la bursă a 20% din TAROM!, Aug 25, 2011

GUVERNUL a aprobat VANZAREA la bursă a 20% din TAROM! "
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Guvernul a adoptat în şedinţa de ieri, printr-o Hotărâre, Strategia de privatizare a Societăţii Naţionale Transporturi Aeriene Române "Tarom SA", se arată într-un comunicat al Guvernului.

Privatizarea se va face prin vânzarea unui pachet de acţiuni reprezentând 20% din capitalul social al societăţii, în conformitate cu angajamentele asumate cu instituţiile financiare internaţionale."

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FINANCIAL News, Money, Banks, Economic and Financial Crisis, Aug 25, 2011

S&P Downgrade Prompts $1 Trillion Stock Loss
8 was the biggest daily decline since December 2008, the height of the financial crisis spurred by Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.'s bankruptcy. The index has lost 12 percent since July 22, as the debate about extending the debt-ceiling spurred concern ...
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A Rush Out of 'Junk'
Wall Street Journal
By MATT WIRZ, KATY BURNE and VIPAL MONGA The market for "junk" bonds is enduring its worst rout since the depths of the financial crisis. Vipal Monga, Senior Editor of WSJ's CFO Journal, reports on the News Hub the current bad era for junkbonds, ...
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Wall Street Journal
Franc Reverses Gain Versus Dollar as Buffett Buys Bank of America Shares
By Anchalee Worrachate - Thu Aug 25 15:23:41 GMT 2011 Switzerland's franc weakened against the dollar, reversing gains, after Berkshire Hathaway agreed to invest in Bank of America Corp, reducing concern that another financial crisis may have been ...
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A world of debt: Global liabilities grow
Back in 2008, the Fed was left to deal with the emerging financial crisis, while the ECB hiked rates and Congress refused to take any action, until the stock market was in full collapse." Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the US Federal Reserve, ...
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You Can't Make This Stuff Up
Daily Reckoning - American Edition
By Chris Mayer 08/25/11 Gaithersburg, Maryland – In today's column, I'd like to share with you a few ideas I presented at the recent Agora Financial Investment Symposium in a speech titled You Can't Make This Stuff Up. I called it that because it's ...
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What That Exposé of the Fed's Secret Bailout Told Us ... And What It Didn't
Huffington Post (blog)
It's a crime to lie to investors about your own balance sheets, so how many bankers committedstock fraud by taking these loans, failing to disclose them, and making false statements about their own bank's financial stability? ...
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How Bleak Is The U.S.'s Economic Outlook?
Seeking Alpha
Indeed, in the walkup to the last global financial crisis, it took nine weeks from late 2007 through February 2008 for the same degree of widening to occur in the high-yield market, notes Martin Fridson of BNP Paribas Investment Partners. ...
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Ratings agencies: Right out of credit
The Guardian
It's that they're supposed to be the linchpin of trust of the financial system but they acted like two-bit hookers during the sub-prime housing boom, enabling the banking crisis. Then again, in the ultra-competitive financial sector, expecting them to ...
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Oil Drop Seen Limited as Libya Exports Struggle: Energy Markets - Fullermoney
Proactive Investors UK
Here is a section: Europe's sovereign-debt crisis now threatens Erdogan's economic successes. The economy was already in urgent need of cooling or the twin goals of price and financial stability would be threatened, said Melissa Ball, an economist at ...
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Forex - AUD/USD, Gold Flows: Increase in CME margin sees fall in Gold prices
Insurance on the debt of several major European banks has now hit historic levels, higher even than those recorded during financial crisis caused by the US financial group's implosion nearly three years ago. Credit default swaps on the bonds of large ...
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