Posts Tagged ‘market’

Oil speculators cash in: China exec

Oil market speculators are cashing in on unrest in the Middle East, which is driving prices higher even though crude supplies are unlikely to be cut, says a Chinese oil executive. View full post on Finance Stories

Exporters lift Japanese stock market

Asian shares rebounded, with the Nikkei up over half a per cent, as a weaker yen lifted Japanese exporters and operations appeared to be starting to normalise at some quake-stricken plants View full post on UK Business Stories

Eurozone periphery borrowing costs soar

The cost of borrowing for Portugal, Ireland and Greece hits euro-era highs, amid concern in the market that European leaders will fail to take concerted action to dispel fears of sovereign defaults View full post on UK Business Stories

Rock offers 90% mortgages

THE bank which sparked the credit crisis with its massive mortgages is to re-enter the market with new 90 per cent home loans. View full post on Business Stories

U.S. stocks plummet on soaring oil prices, fall in home prices

U.S. stocks sank on Tuesday with the three major indexes suffering their biggest one-day drops. Soaring oil prices triggered by the ongoing popular revolt in Libya and a weak U.S. housing market sparked sell-offs. View full post on Business Stories

Market alarm as US fails to control biggest debt in history

US Treasuries last week suffered their biggest two-day sell-off since the collapse of Lehman Brothers in September 2008. The borrowing costs of the government of the world’s largest economy have now risen by a quarter over the past four weeks. View full post on UK Business Stories

U.S. Gaming Revenues To Recover in Late 2011, 2014 Revenues to Reach $68B

Ayinde O. Chase – AHN News Editor New York, NY, United States (AHN) – The gaming industry which has been hard hit in recent years is slated is slated to rebound due to improved economic conditions triggering a recovery in U.S. gaming revenues in late 2011. However 2007 pre-economic meltdown gaming revenue levels will not […]

Europe’s leaders at odds over bond plan

Europe’s leaders face fresh splits over how to tackle the eurozone’s crisis after being urged to create a market for joint European government bonds View full post on UK Business Stories

Broad Drop in Stocks (Market Update)

U.S. stocks tumbled as the skirmish between North Korea and South Korea and continued… View full post on Business Stories

GM roars back to stock market in $20bn float

General Motors returns to the stock market today in the biggest flotation in Wall Street history, capping a remarkable comeback for the carmaker. View full post on UK Business Stories