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Story Banco Santander This is one of mainland Europe's largest banks. It was never bailed out, and was on an acquiring spree in 2008-9. It is now diversified between emerging and developed markets. Also, it practices traditional banking and has
Battles in Washington over raising the debt ceiling and how to continue funding the U.S. government may be starting to weigh on the stock market. "We continue to prefer the stalemate of debt and budget talks in Congress as the primary driver of
It's a sad truism of the stock market that mom-and-pop investors are usually late to the party. When I read last month that retail money flows into U.S. stock mutual funds were the best in nine years for the first quarter, I wondered how long this
February 16, 2013 THE economy may be lurching into another crisis, but you wouldn't know it from the stock market, where an epic party is under way. Douglas Healey for The New York Times The strategist Laszlo Birinyi says that the long bull market in
Asian equity markets are now dealing with quantitative easing with a new twist. This time it comes from Japan's central bank rather than the Federal Reserve, but the liquidity ride looks to be the same. Investors can learn from the earlier impact of
What happens to globalization? For decades, growing volumes of cross-border trade and money flows have fueled strong economic growth. But something remarkable is happening; trade and international money flows are slowing and, in some cases, declining.
Gregoire, accompanied by representatives of more than 50 companies from home, was in Vietnam trying to drum up business with America's former military adversary. But the most important stop on Gregoire's itinerary may have been a ribbon-cutting
See this 2005 post .) This seems absurd on its face, since what are medical schools for if it is not to provide teaching. However, there is evidence of this mission-hostile behavior. In 2007, we quoted from a revealing interview with Dr Lee
The United States market is surging as money flows from bonds into equities. Persistent statements from the Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke that he intends to keep interest rates low for some considerable time guarantee a flow of cheap money.
Greece's debt years into the future to mask the size of the debt, as Greece needed to meet debt guidelines required by the European Union...Germany, who is in the position of helping Greece, is not happy with the creative book keeping...The money