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As the clock ticks towards the Czech Republic’s takeover of the European Union’s six-month rotating presidency on January 1, there are signs of distinct nervousness in Brussels and some EU capitals over how Prague will cope with the challenge. For most EU governments, the global financial crisis, economic recession, the fate of the Lisbon institutional reform treaty and relations with Russia will be the top priorities for the first half of next year. And they are not sure the Czechs see things quite the same way or, if they do, will be able to provide effective leadership at a time when the government of Prime ...
family (also known as the nightshades). The word potato may refer to the plant itself as well as the edible tuber. In the region of the Andes , there are some other closely related cultivated potato species. Potatoes are the world's fourth-largest food crop, following rice , wheat , and maize . Long-term storage of potatoes requires specialised care in cold warehouses 1 and such warehouses are among the oldest and largest storage facilities for perishable goods in the world. Wild potato species occur from the United States to Uruguay and Chile. Genetic testing of the wide variety of cultivars and wild species suggest that ...
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As economic data suggests that the jobs markets is improving, U.S. stocks continued its winning streak by rallying for the third consecutive day.  U.S. Treasuries sold off, albeit modestly as yields increased, led by the long end of the curve. Economic Data People filing for first time unemployment benefits declined to 454k people for the week ending July 2. Though, Initial Jobless Claims for the prior week was revised slightly upward by three thousand to 475k.  This week’s reading comes in better than forecasts as economists expected a claims number of 460k.  This brings the four-week moving average to 466k, down from 467 in ... market research, surveys and trends
Cleveland Fed on GDP - Dreary Outlook | zero hedge
In what is surely one of the more unusual approaches to a pensions shortfall, Diageo, the drinks group, has offered up a veritable lake of its whisky as collateral for the growing shortfall in its benefits scheme. In my opinion, this is a bad idea. If pensions want to drink themselves silly, they should be focusing on the liquidity tsunami driving risk assets higher. BP's attempt to hide the amount of oil gushing from the sea floor led to months of counterproductive shenanigans like Top Hat and Top Kill ... The Cleveland Fed issued a report that looked at the historical relationship between lagged GDP growth and the ... market research, surveys and trends

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Goldman Bond Yield Spread Narrows More Than 40%: Credit Markets ...
March 1 (Bloomberg) -- Bill Gross, who runs the world's biggest mutual fund at Pacific Investment Management Co., talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about the outlook for sovereign debt and Federal Reserve monetary policy. Gross also discusses Fed's balance sheet and exit strategy, and the prospects for inflation. March 2 (Bloomberg) -- Goldman Sachs Group Inc. , tapping demand that’s driven borrowing costs near the lowest in almost five years, issued $2 billion of bonds at a yield premium 44 percent less than the last time it sold similar-maturity debt. The 5.375 percent, 10-year notes were ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Greece Sells $2.1 Billion of Debt After Rescue Plan (Update2 ...
April 13 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Nicole Itano reports on the effect of Greece's recession and austerity measures on the people of Athens. Greece has won an aid package from the European Union as it seeks to fund the bloc's biggest budget deficit. Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua also speaks. (Source: Bloomberg) Greece’s auction of Treasury bills drew stronger demand than at a previous sale as yields more than doubled in the first offering of debt since the nation won a pledge of aid from the European Union. The government sold 780 million euros ($1.06 billion) of 26-week bills at a yield of 4.55 percent, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Cleveland Fed researchers don't see double-dip recession
U.S. government bond yields “are signaling almost no chance of the economy slipping into another recession even as stocks and commodities tumble,” according to a Bloomberg story that cites research from the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. “The 2.34 percentage point gap between yields on two-year and 10-year Treasuries is more than double the 20-year average and about the same as in 2003, just before gross domestic product rose 3.6 percent,” Bloomberg reports. “The so-called yield curve suggests growth won't slow to less than 1 percent and about a 12 percent chance of a recession in the next ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Wall Street down on economic worries
The Dow Jones Industrial Average declined 41.49 points, or 0.42 per cent, to 9732.53, its lowest close since October 30, 2009. Today marked the measure's sixth-straight daily drop; it hasn't had such a long losing streak since January. Bank of America was the Dow's worst performer today, with a drop of US35 cents, or 2.4 per cent, to $US14.02. General Electric was also weak, down US30c, or 2.1 per cent, to $US14.12, and Intel dropped US20c, or 1 per cent, to $US19.25. The Nasdaq Composite fell 7.88 points, or 0.37 per cent, to 2101.36, its lowest close since November 4, 2009. The Standard & Poor's 500 index ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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In early January 2010, Georgia Watch released the report Georgia ...
A product of Georgia Watch, the state‟s leading consumer advocacy group. ... Ban broker “yield spread premiums” or kickbacks on subprime loans and FHA loans ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
HUD Archives: Secretary Martinez's Speeches: Mortgage Bankers ...
Thank you, John. I appreciate your generous introduction. John has brought strong leadership to the Mortgage Bankers Association of America since coming aboard as Chairman. John, I was very happy to see MBA so quickly get behind the President's initiative to increase minority homeownership. And your personal commitment to our White House Conference last October helped to make the day a great success. I want to begin by thanking MBA for the announcement you'll be making later today supporting President Bush and his plan to ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Financial Conditions Watch. September 11, 2009. 18. Bloomberg. U.S. Corporate- Bond/Treasury Yield Spreads. U.S. AAA Corporate/Treasury Yield Spread ...
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Where do you see the value of the Euro going? - Yahoo! Answers
Thinking of purchasing a major toy from the Netherlands. Where do you see the value of the Euro going in relationship to the US dollar? Until the question of the national debt of Greece, Spain, Portugal and Italy is resolved definitively, it will stay at about where we are or trending lower. There are currently no comments for this question. * You must be logged into Answers to add comments. Sign in or Register . u know how the dollar goes. up n down.. etc.. it bounces around.. and so does pretty well every currency. watch it for a bit. if u do. u will learn when it usually goes up n down during the course of a month. i do that ...
What is the difference between German & Greek Bonds? | LinkedIn ...
are these bonds different than the bonds? I would have thought since the yield is higher they would be more interest in buying them as opposed to German bonds? posted 4 months ago in Bond Markets | Closed Share This If the yield is higher than risk is higher and current financial crisis of Greece doesn't help its bonds. If you want to play safe, you buy German bonds. If you want risk, you buy Greek bonds and as a result you could profit or lose more. posted 4 months ago I think you have confused yourself there. Eurobond refers to any bond that was not issued in the currency of the Country. So, a Japanese corporation can ...