Archive for September, 2010

Irish face bill of €50bn for bank rescue

| September 30, 2010 | 0 Comments

Dublin has pledged to inject extra capital into its stricken financial sector as fears rose that the total cost to save its banks could rise to €50bn, more than a third of 2009 national income View full post on Financial Times – UK Homepage

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Cost of Irish bank bail-out put at €50bn

| September 30, 2010 | 0 Comments

The total cost of Ireland’s banking crisis could be €50bn as the central bank announced additional capital injections for both Anglo Irish Bank and two other institutions View full post on Financial Times – UK Homepage

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Once-ignored fund is now red-hot

| September 30, 2010 | 0 Comments

Money has poured into Permanent Portfolio, as investors chase returns from its holdings in gold, bonds and other popular assets. The fund’s manager is staying cool. View full post on MSN Money Latest Articles

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AIG reaches agreement for exit plan

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AIG has agreed to repay the remains of the $182bn rescue package provided by the US government during the financial crisis by early next year View full post on Financial Times – UK Homepage

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Cost of Ireland’s bank crisis hits €44bn

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The total cost of Ireland’s banking crisis has reached €44bn as the central bank announced additional capital injections for both Anglo Irish Bank and two other institutions View full post on Financial Times – UK Homepage

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Eurozone debt crisis leaves investors wary

| September 30, 2010 | 0 Comments

Global Markets Overview: The eurozone’s debt crisis is the focus of investor attention after Dublin gave details of its bail-out of Anglo Irish bank and Moody’s downgraded Spain’s credit rating. View full post on Financial Times – UK Homepage

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Ireland unveils bank rescue package

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The cost of Ireland’s bank bail out is set to reach €34bn as the central bank announced additional capital injections for Anglo Irish Bank and other institutions, putting the budget deficit on track to hit ten times the European Union guidelines for eurozone members View full post on Financial Times – UK Homepage

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Get ready for an epic bull market

| September 30, 2010 | 0 Comments

Overcautious investors could miss out on what’s shaping up as the greatest stock-buying chance of a generation. View full post on MSN Money Latest Articles

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New chief revamps BP safety operations

| September 30, 2010 | 0 Comments

BP has ousted Andy Inglis, the head of its exploration division, and announced plans for a radical restructuring of its safety operations as Bob Dudley prepares to take over as chief executive of the UK oil group View full post on Financial Times – UK Homepage

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Sinochem struggling to mount Potash bid

| September 30, 2010 | 0 Comments

The failure of talks with UralKali, the Russian fertiliser group, is the latest setback for the state-owned Chinese chemical group in finding partners to mount a counterbid for PotashCorp View full post on Financial Times – UK Homepage

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