Archive for the ‘Make Money Investing’ Category

Successful Italy bond auction lifts mood

Short-term funding costs fall by half to 3.25%, down from a euro-era record of 6.5% last month, but late-day volatility sees selling pressure return View full post on UK Business Stories

U.S. home prices in broad-based decline

U.S. home prices fell in 19 of 20 major cities in October, suggesting that the foreclosure crisis is still overhanging the country’s sputtering housing recovery. View full post on Canada Business Stories

Bargain hunters lift UK retailers

Heavy discounting and mild weather help high streets and out-of-town retail parks enjoy a 21.5% rise in store footfall compared with last year View full post on UK Business Stories

Business quiz of the year, 2011

Blunders, bribes, bowing – how much can you recall from an eventful year? View full post on UK Business Stories

Protesters pile pressure on Putin

Pressure on Vladimir Putin mounts as tens of thousands of protesters call for fresh elections View full post on UK Business Stories

Oracle misses expectations, shares fall after the bell

Diane Alter – AHN News Reporter NYC, NY, United States (AHN) – Wall Street oracles did not see this coming. After the closing bell on Tuesday, shares of Oracle fell after the software maker reported quarterly earnings and revenue that missed Wall Street’s expectations. Revenue was $8.8 billion, a scant 2 percent increase from $8.65 […]

Call for QE to stave off euro deflation

‘I would see no reason why such an instrument, tailor-made for the specific characteristics of the euro area, should not be used’ View full post on UK Business Stories

N. Korean economy waits on power transfer

Tentative reforms to North Korea’s dilapidated economy that could help its people escape poverty and hunger are likely to languish as the anointed heir to the late leader Kim Jong Il consolidates his hold on power. View full post on Canada Business Stories

Asia shares drift lower on Europe concerns

Carmakers lose ground on fears that debt crisis will curb Asian exports to the eurozone View full post on UK Business Stories

Debt crisis: as it happened December 19, 2011

George Osborne stands by his refusal to contribute to an IMF fund designated specifically for a eurozone bailout, as EU finance ministers agree €150bn of loans. View full post on UK Business Stories