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City Of London, Docklands, East London, North London, North West London, South East London, South West London, West End, West London, London Job Type: Permanent Date Posted: 05-Jul-2010 17:56 Add to My Shortlist The Client Our client is one of the world's foremost providers of financial market intelligence, including independent credit ratings, indices, risk evaluation, investment research and data. They are an essential part of the world's financial infrastructure and have played a leading role for more than 140 years in providing investors with the independent benchmarks they need to feel more confident... ...
is a marketing brand engaged primarily in residential mortgage banking and related businesses. It formerly conducted business as Countrywide Financial , but the name was changed on April 27, 2009. Bank of America Home Loans is composed of: During the year ended December 31, 2005, for example, the Mortgage Banking segment generated 59% of the company's pre-tax earnings. On January 11, 2008, Bank of America announced that it planned to purchase Countrywide Financial for $4.1 billion in stock. On June 5, 2008, Bank of America Corporation announced it had received approval from the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve ...
Prolonging our debt agony | David McWilliams
In 989 AD, Ethelred the Unready, the Anglo-Saxon king of England, introduced a deeply unpopular tax called Dangeld (Danish gold). These were coins that Ethelred minted from the tax and they were referred to as Dangeld or ‘Danish money’ because of the powers the king ascribed to these coins. Having minted the new coins, Ethelred then waded into the Wash off the Norfolk coast and proceeded to throw the money into the sea. This bizarre ritual was an effort to persuade the tides not to come in. If he could somehow bribe the sea with money, the impending Norse invasion might not happen. He would then live in peace and prosperity, ... market research, surveys and trends
In praise of default | Analysis & Opinion |
For a huge number of borrowers, be they U.S. homeowners or the sovereign nation of Greece, a default or radical rescheduling of debt might just be the best, most practicable option. More to the point, default in many of these situations may be not just in the best interests of the debtor but of the economy as a whole. First, homeowners. Something approaching 50 percent of U.S. mortgage-holders are underwater, meaning the value of the property is less than the value of the mortgage. If a second leg down in housing is under way, that figure will get much higher and the distance to the surface much longer. It is an axiom of ... market research, surveys and trends


Microsoft Raises $3.75 Billion of Debt in First Bond Offering ...
the world’s largest software maker, sold $3.75 billion of debt in its first bond offering, taking advantage of its top credit ratings to help fund a share buyback and technology investments. The sale was split among $2 billion of 2.95 percent, 5-year notes, $1 billion of 4.2 percent, 10-year debt, and $750 million of 5.2 percent, 30-year bonds, said a person familiar with the offering who declined to be identified. Microsoft, whose shares have declined 34 percent in the past year, is seizing on a credit-market rally to help fund a $40 billion stock repurchase program. The company, which for years resisted shareholder demands to ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
MetLife's Surge in Corporate Debt Bolstered AIG Bid (Update2 ...
March 8 (Bloomberg) -- MetLife Inc., the insurer that increased its bid to acquire a unit from American International Group Inc., was bolstered by more than $16 billion of gains in its corporate bond portfolio in the last nine months of 2009. MetLife will pay about $15.5 billion for an American International Group Inc. unit with operations in more than 50 countries, the companies said today. That is about $4 billion more than the New York-based company offered in a preliminary bid for American Life Insurance Co. a year ago, according to people with knowledge of the negotiations who declined to be identified because talks were ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Services in U.S. Probably Grew at Slower Pace, Signaling Growth Is Cooling
July 2 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. Representative Kevin Brady, a Texas Republican, discusses the outlook for employment and the potential implications of an offshore oil drilling moratorium for his home state. Payrolls declined by 125,000 last month as the government cut 225,000 temporary workers conducting the 2010 census, Labor Department figures showed. Employment at companies rose 83,000. The jobless rate fell to 9.5 percent from 9.7 percent. Brady talks with Margaret Brennan on Bloomberg Television’s “InBusiness.” (Source: Bloomberg) Service industries in the U.S. expanded in June at a slower pace, indicating the economy ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ touches session peak on risk rally
TORONTO, July 6 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar touched a session high against its U.S. counterpart on Tuesday after data showed the U.S. services sector was still growing, adding to a broad rally that boosted equity and commodity prices. The Canadian dollar CAD=D4 touched a session high of C$1.0486 to the U.S. dollar, or 95.37 U.S. cents, shortly after data showed the U.S. non-manufacturing sector grew in June for a sixth straight month, even though the rate of growth slowed more than expected. [ID:nN06274234] The data bolstered an already high-flying currency, which had drawn support from an upbeat assessment of the global ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


October Newsletter Article-PNC Capital Markets LLC - In today's ...
In today's debt capital markets, middle- ... and protecting the jobs of employees. Why should a middle-market company con- sider a recapitalization? ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Condition of Small Business and Commercial Real Estate Lending In ...
Feb 26, 2010 ... combination of a severe recession and major capital markets crisis, ... capital and job creation, rather than paying high debt costs. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics » Capital Markets Lab Weekly Market Wrap Up ...
This week the currency markets were in a stir once again. Volatility rose as global market worries continued to be a concern, specifically debt issues in Europe. The Yen was the key gainer this week, as investors tend to flock to Japanese and U.S. currencies as safe haven assets.  Along with the rise in the yen, came reductions of riskier assets such as Euros and international debt and equity. One key driver that led to the continued selling of Euros this week was an interview with Pierre Cailleteau, Moody’s Chief International Economic and Financial Policy Analyst. In an interview on Thursday by Bloomberg Asia, ...
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The key distinguishing feature between the money and capital markets is the maturity period of the securities traded in them. The money market refers to all institutions and procedures that provide for transactions in short-term debt instruments generally issued by borrowers with very high credit ratings. By financial convention, short-term means maturity periods of one year or less. Notice that equity instruments, either common or preferred, are not traded in the money market. The major instruments issued and traded are U.S. Treasury bills, various federal agency securities, bankers" acceptances, negotiable certificates of ...
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