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AB Baltijos laivu statykla provides shipbuilding services and facilities in Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia. It engages in the construction of outfitted superstructures and grand blocks for containerships; produces steel constructions and vessels for other shipyards; ship bloks and hulls; and painted and outfitted superstructures, including insulation, carpeting, ceilings, and electrical cables for post-panamax container vessels. The company also provides escort sea tugs; fire-fighting tugs; and shipbuilding steel blocks. In addition, it engages in the fabrication of various outfitting components, such as WT steel doors, hatches, ...
on September 16, 2008 created an $85 billion credit facility to enable the company to meet increased collateral obligations consequent to the credit rating downgrade, in exchange for the issuance of a stock warrant to the Federal Reserve Bank for 79.9% of the equity of AIG. The Federal Reserve Bank and the United States Treasury by May 2009 had increased the potential financial support to AIG, with the support of an investment of as much as $70 billion, a $60 billion credit line and $52.5 billion to buy mortgage-based assets owned or guaranteed by AIG, increasing the total amount available to as much as $182.5 billion. AIG ...
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Lægemidler har for mange bivirkninger - Biotek
Kravene til ny medicin er blevet markant skærpede de senere år. Ni ud af ti lægemidler på hylderne ville have mere end svært ved at blive godkendt med nutidens regler på grund af bivirkninger. Langt de fleste af de lægemidler, der har stået i danske medicinskabe i årevis, ville have uhyre svært ved at blive godkendt, hvis de skulle lanceres på ny. Kravene fra myndighedernes side bliver nemlig konstant skærpet, og det medfører, at størstedelen af den medicin, der har været på markedet en årrække, reelt ikke ville have en chance for at blive godkendt i dag. Direktør Henrik Ernø fra Danske Markets Corporate Finance påpeger således, ... market research, surveys and trends
Mærsk lukker Lindøværftet | Ingeniøren
Efter flere �rs katastrofale regnskaber har A.P. M�ller - M�rsk nu besluttet helt at stoppe skibsbygning p� Odense Staalskibsv�rft (Lind�). Der bliver fra 2012 lukket for al skibsbygning p� det historiske, danske v�rft Lind�v�rftet, skriver Odense Staalskibsv�rft i en pressemeddelelse. �Vi m� konstatere, at det ikke er muligt for Lind� at tiltr�kke nye ordrer. Bestyrelsen har derfor valgt at melde klart ud, at Lind� ikke kommer til at bygge flere skibe, n�r de nuv�rende ordrer er afleveret,� siger bestyrelsesformand Lars-Erik Bren�e. V�rftet vil forts�tte arbejdet med at tiltr�kke kunder til Lind� Industriservice, som benytter ... market research, surveys and trends

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European Stocks Retreat From 15-Week High; TUI Travel Slumps ...
Aug. 10 (Bloomberg) -- European stocks fell from a 15-week high after reports added to evidence that Chinese economic growth is slowing and as investors awaited the Federal Reserve’s latest policy statement. Rio Tinto Group led raw-material stocks lower. Taylor Wimpey Plc and Barratt Developments Plc lost more than 4 percent as U.K. house prices retreated. Hannover Re slipped 6.1 percent after saying profit fell. TUI Travel Plc slumped 10 percent as it predicted full-year results at the lower end of forecasts. The Stoxx Europe 600 Index lost 0.9 percent to 259.93 at the 4:30 p.m. close in London. The gauge rallied to the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Abu Dhabi Bails Out Dubai World With $10 Billion (Update3) - Bloomberg
Dec. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Mohammed Ali Yasin, managing director of Dubai-based Shuaa Securities, talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about Abu Dhabi's agreement to provide $10 billion to help Dubai World avoid defaulting on a $4.1 billion bond payment. Yasin also discusses foreign investment in the United Arab Emirates. Dec. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Mohieddine Kronfol, managing director at Algebra Capital Ltd., talks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua about Abu Dhabi's decision to provide $10 billion to help Dubai World meet its obligations. The sum includes $4.1 billion needed to repay an ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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The euro dropped for a second day against the dollar as signs that Europe’s economic recovery is waning damped demand for the single currency. The euro fell versus 13 of its 16 major counterparts as concern austerity measures will hurt the economy helped send the yield difference between German and Greek 10-year government debt close to the widest since May. The yen slid against the dollar on speculation Japan will weaken the currency and after data showed domestic investors bought a record amount of foreign debt last week. The pound advanced after the U.K. posted a narrower budget deficit than economists predicted. “Euro ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Report From Europe: Federal Reserve Looks Set to Act
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Danske Markets Corporate Finance
Apr 28, 2009 ... Danske Markets Corporate Finance. Leading Nordic investment banking franchise. Corporate Finance offers a wide range of value-adding ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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The end of the bank capital hybrid market? | Finance Weblog
Central Bank Regulators opened Pandora´s box when they allowed banks to consider hybrid bonds as equities for the purposes of calculating capital consumption. As a result many hybrid structures have developed: LT2 (Lower Tier 2), UT2 (Upper Tier 2), T1 (Tier 1) and a long etc. Market crisis has killed these transactions: 1. Financials Credit spreads have rocketeered, and to make things worse (As I commented in a prior blog), 2. Governments have nationalised banks, and as a result: They are trying not to pay capital bond coupons or They are even reducing the notional of the bond (at book value), as we have seen recently with ...
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Quoting: 'Do parents have the right to know which of their kids' teachers are the most and least effective? That's the controversy roaring in California this week with the publication of an investigative series by the Los Angeles Times's Jason Song and Jason Felch, who used seven years of math and English test data to publicly identify the best and the worst third- to fifth-grade teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District. The newspaper's announcement of its plans to release data later this month on all 6,000 of the city's elementary-school teachers has prompted the local teachers' ...