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Source: JD Supra
Many public companies have not waited for the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) to mandate executive compensation recovery policies, as required by the Dodd-Frank Act. Shareholder and peer pressure has resulted in the adoption...
July 10, 2015 European stocks rally on renewed Greek deal hopes
Market Watch - The îStoxxî Europe 600 SXXP, +1.75% leapt 1.7% to 387.59, as all sectors posted gains. The move builds on a rise of 2.2% on Thursday, and the index is on track for a weekly rise of 1.1%. Greece late...
Source: Washington Post
ATHENS — European officials were combing through Greece’s last-ditch request for a bailout Friday as they raced to determine over the next 48 hours whether to throw the debt-laden country a financial lifeline before its economy...
Source: The Telegraph
While all Western eyes remain firmly focused on Greece, a potentially much more significant financial crisis is developing on the other side of world. In some quarters, it’s already being called China’s 1929 – the year of the...
July 9, 2015 Greece debt crisis: Deadline day for new proposalsSource: BBC News
Greece has until the end of Thursday to present new proposals to secure a third bailout from creditors and prevent a possible exit from the eurozone.
Source: NY Times
Just about every high-profile politician in the country today says income inequality is a problem. And while those from the center-left to the far right differ on how they would reduce inequality, they tend to agree on one thing:...
Source: NY Times
WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve officials spent their most recent policy meeting, in June, preparing to raise interest rates later this year. Officials liked the look of recent economic data, including early signs that wages were...
Source: Business Times
The US budget deficit shrank by US$52 billion during the first nine months of fiscal 2015 from a year ago as tax receipts grew faster than spending increases, the Congressional Budget Office said on Wednesday.
Source: LA Times
Asian stocks rebounded on Thursday as Chinese government measures aimed at stabilizing free-falling share prices took hold. European benchmarks gained as Greece's government raced to finalize details of reforms as it seeks a...
The New York Stock Exchange was forced to suspend trading for several hours on Wednesday in the biggest outage to hit a U.S. financial market in nearly two years, unnerving investors already rattled by the meltdown in Chinese...
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