Posts Tagged ‘bailout’

Romney dismisses Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing as ‘bailout’

The Romney campaign on Thursday called the latest move by the Federal Reserve of quantitative easing as “bailout” while other Republicans suggested that the action to boost the economy will politically advance President Barack this election season. Article © AHN – All Rights Reserved Economy, Business And Finance Stories

Markets move higher Monday on news of Spanish bailout

Markets around the globe rallied Monday following news of aid for Spain’s ailing banks. Also buoying stocks was encouraging weekend economic data from China. Asian markets ended the day higher and European equities were up in early afternoon trading. Article © AHN – All Rights Reserved Economy, Business And Finance Stories

Germany backs second Greek bailout

German lawmakers on Monday, in a widely expected move, approved a second bailout for Greece. Article © AHN – All Rights Reserved Economy, Business And Finance 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

European Stocks Post Weekly Gain; Carlsberg Rises, Holcim Drops

European stocks climbed this past week as Italy’s Senate approved austerity measures, easing concern the country will need a bailout, and U.S. consumer confidence rose in November more than economists had predicted. View full post on Finance Stories

Europe Presses Greek Parties to Commit to Bailout Terms

The 17 euro zone finance ministers have demanded that both political parties in Greece must co-sign a pledge for a tough austerity program. View full post on Business Stories

Greece Says Aid Talks ‘Productive’

Greece said it had “a productive and substantive discussion” with its official creditors in talks aimed at releasing a new slice of bailout aid, and a Greek finance ministry official said an agreement was close. View full post on Business Stories

Nervy markets prepare for Greek austerity vote

FINANCIAL markets are braced for further volatility this week as the Greek parliament prepares to vote on a package of austerity measures required to secure bailout funds to prevent the country defaulting on its massive debt. View full post on Business Stories

ING halts executive bonuses until bailout repaid

A public outcry has caused the chief executive of the government bailed-out Dutch banking giant ING to announce he will forego his $1.78 million bonus this year and has asked other managers to do the same. View full post on Banking Stories

Chrysler To Repay Bailout Loans Before 2013

AHN News Staff Detroit, Michigan, United States (AHN) – Despite the slow recovery of Chrysler Group from the auto slump compared to Ford and General Motors, the company said it plans to repay its loans to the U.S. and Canadian governments before 2013. The settlement of the debt would allow Fiat SpA, which operates Chrysler, […]