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Negociations with banks and private creditors over Greek bailout begin
On Wednesday June 22, 2011
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Pimco: EU must change policy on Greek aid
ROME | Sun Jun 19, 2011

The head of Pimco, the world's largest bond fund, stated in an interview published on Sunday that Europe risks wasting money if it keeps investing billions into the fragile Greek economy. Mohammed El-Erian told Italy's Corriere della Sera that, after a year, the indicator... Read More


Customer sentiment, retail sales and manufacturing down
Mon, Jul 18, 2011
(Washington) – Weak consumer spending made Goldman Sachs cut its estimate for U.S. second-quarter growth from 2%. to 1.5%.

The economy grew at a 1.9 percent pace in the first quarter, following a downward curve from a 3.1 percent rate in the last quarter of 2010. The first f... Read More


IMF warns of crisis, slashes U.S. growth forecast
Fri Jun 17, 2011

WASHINGTON – The International Monetary Fund warned Friday that the U.S. economy is expected to progress at slower pace this year than previously estimated, due to higher oil prices and lower factory output.

IMF also claimed that the European debt crisis represents a growing... Read More


2008 sees gigantic drop in the US stock market

The year 2008 is coming to an end. The two most memorable events this year that will probably go down in history books include the first black President in US history and the colossal losses in the US stock market. In 2008 the US stock market experienced on of the biggest ever stock market drops... Read More

Fannie Mae fires 100s of employees

Fannie Mae, the mortgage-finance giant under federal control, fired several hundred employees Friday at its Washington headquarters.


Fannie plans to hire a similar number of people in the Dallas area, where the company bases its anti-foreclosure unit.


Fannie Mae has about 5,500 empl... Read More

US top security threat: The economic crisis

The economic crisis has risen to the top of the list of security threats to the United States according to the intelligence chief’s latest assessment.

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14,000 losing healthcare coverage per day

According to a recent report by the Center for American Progress, an estimated 4 million additional Americans have lost their health insurance and 2 million have become uninsured since the recession began. The recent turmoil in the job market is likely increasing the number of uninsured at the... Read More

JPMorgan to slash 14,000 jobs

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) is planning on cutting a total of 14,000 jobs this year.


The company said Thursday it will cut around 12,000 jobs as a part of its takeover of the failed Washington Mutual.


The other 2,000 layoffs will occur in the company’s investment banki... Read More

US economy shrinks at worst rate in 25 years

The US economy has experienced a sharp contraction in the final quarter 2008 at 6.2 per cent. The figure is much higher than the estimated 3.8 per cent fall and the worst results in 25 years.

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AIG to receive $30 Billion more

The federal government allegedly agreed Sunday night to provide an additional $30 billion in taxpayer money to the American International Group (AIG) as well as to loosen the terms of its huge loan to the insurer.


The fourth bailout for A.I.G.


This would be the fourth time that the ... Read More

Auto sales plunge record 40% in February

In February, US auto sale dropped to the lowest rate since December 1981. The 41 per cent drop represents the huge economic uncertainty that is keeping American auto buyers away from new purchases.

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US economy sheds 700,000 jobs in February

The US lost 697,000 jobs last month, according to a national employment report published Wednesday by payroll giant Automatic Data Processing Inc. and consultancy Macroeconomic Advisers.

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US unemployment hits 25-year high

4,400,000 workers have lost their job in the United States since the recession began in December 2007. Monthly jobless rates keep on presenting staggering figures with February’s official figures pointing to a collossal 651,000 people who have lost their jobs.

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Madoff pleads guilty in court

Bernard Madoff pleaded guilty on all 11 charges made against him on Thursday over the alleged $50 billion Madoff fraud. The plea could mean that Madoff may be sentenced to 150 years in prison.


11 Charges Against Madoff



  • Securities fraud. Maximum penalty: 20 years in prison; fine o... Read More

  • US foreclosures rise 30 percent in February

    U.S. home foreclosures took a steep 30 per cent rise in February compared to February 2008. The increase in foreclosure filings in February jumped nearly 6% from January.

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    Madoff’s accountant surrenders

    In the latest twist surrounding Bernard Madoff, his longtime accountant surrendered to authorities Wednesday charged with six counts of securities fraud, investment adviser fraud, and for filing false statements with the SEC.

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    U.S. Federal Reserve to spend $1 trillion

    The U.S. Federal Reserve announced Wednesday that it would pump an additional $1 trillion into the American financial system by purchasing Treasury bonds and mortgage securities in an effort to boost the economy.

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    General Electric loses Triple A rating

    Moody’s Investors Service downgraded General Electric (GE) debt from Aaa to Aa2 on Monday after Standard & Poor’s downgraded GE’s top-notch “AAA” rating one tick to an “AA ” earlier this month.

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    Toxic Asset Plan unveiled

    On Monday, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, unveiled a plan to remove up to $1 trillion in bad loans from the bank’s books. The program aims to bring in private investors to buy up these assets with funding from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., a U.S. bank regulator as well as the... Read More

    Dr Pepper Snapple posts $621 million loss

    Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc. (NYSE:DPS) reported Tuesday that it had incurred $621 million losses in the fourth quarter due to heavy restructuring costs, severances and asset write-downs, nevertheless, asserting that its adjusted profit was higher than expected by Wall Street.

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    Over 5.56 million without a job in the US

    In the latest report by the Labor Department on Thursday, US jobless figures jumped to a record 5.56 million earlier this months, and new claims rose to 652,000 in the week ended March 21st, showing considerably higher figures than expected by analysts.

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    Google to cut 200 jobs

    Google Inc (GOOG.O) is to cut around 200 jobs in sales and marketing in order to cope with costs during the global financial crisis, which has resulted in a heavy advertising slowdown.

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    Obama makes ultimatum to automakers GM and Chrysler

    U.S. President Barack Obama took a hard stance on Monday towards automakers, giving General Motors 60 days to come up with a viable restructuring plan, and Chrysler 30 days. If the companies fail to meet this ultimatum, Obama plans to allow them to file for bankruptcy.

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    House prices collapse a record 19 per cent

    US home prices fell at record rates in January, reaching a shocking 19 per cent, according to the latest figures reported by the S&P/Case-Shiller 20-city index.

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    The US sees 742,000 jobs lost in March

    US companies cut 742,000 jobs in March according to ADP, a payroll services company’s latest report on Wednesday. The figures are worse than analysts anticipated. These latest figures promise more bad news for the nation’s unemployment rate, which is expected to be released on Friday.... Read More

    10 per cent of Americans collecting food stamps

    Over 30 million Americans – one out of 10 – received food stamps in January according to the governement on Thursday. Food stamps is the biggest U.S. anti-hunger program which aids the poor to buy groceries. The average benefit was $112.82 per person in January, a new record –... Read More

    U.S. unemployment rate hits 26-year high

    The U.S. unemployment rate hit a 26-year high in March as employers cut a whopping 633,000 jobs. According to the U.S. Labor Department already 2 million jobs have been lost this year and over 5 million since the beginning of 2008 leaving a total of 13.2 million U.S. citizens jobless.

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    Obama Sees “Glimmers of Hope and Signs of Progress”

    President Obama said Friday, that there were “glimmers of hope” for the economy but warned that substantial, potentially difficult government action was still necessary to ensure a healthy recovery.

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    U.S. retail sales fell 9.4 percent in March

    US retail sales fell unexpectedly in March. According to the latest figures released by the Commerce Department, sales fell 1.1 per cent. The latest drop is the biggest decline in the past three months.

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