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JonesTrading's Dave Lutz has a roundup of what traders are chatting about right now: Good Morning! US Futures are mixed, with Nasdaq and Russell in the green, while the S&P is off small. Overnight Macro headlines were relatively benign, save reports 3 Greek banks, 3 Italians, 2 Austrians, 1 Cypriot, 1 Portuguese and 1 Belgian set to fail stress tests (results Sunday) – That said, the EU Fins ... Largest Irish anti-austerity march in years targets water charges
By Conor Humphries DUBLIN (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of people rallied against new water bills in Dublin on Saturday in Ireland's biggest anti-austerity protest for years as a candidate calling for a boycott of the charges was elected to parliament in a by-election. After years of free water services, the centre-right coalition has decided to charge households hundreds of euros from the start ... European banks' health check results due on October 26
By Eva Taylor and Huw Jones FRANKFURT/LONDON (Reuters) - The results of Europe's most comprehensive review of banks' health will be released on Oct. 26, the European Central Bank and the European Banking Authority said on Friday, which will give the clearest picture yet of the state of the sector. The ECB hopes the tests will banish fears about the health of European banks, which were pummeled ... Verna R. Childs, 88, ran local shop
Longtime Ridgefield, CT, resident and business owner, Verna R. Childs passed away in her families home, in Gilbert, AZ, Tuesday, October 14th, 2014, at 88 years of age, after her courageous battle with cancer. The ECB's Plan To Do 'Whatever It Takes' To Save Europe Is Not Going To Work
The ECB's plan to boost the prospects of small and medium size companies in Europe by purchasing asset-backed securities is likely to fail due to the fracturing of the region's economies. With the announcement of the ABS program it looked as if ECB President Mario Draghi's famous pledge to do "whatever it takes" to save the euro was finally being demonstrated rather than just promised. However ... Draghi Breathes Life Into Moribund ABS Bond Market
For the first time in four years there are signs of life in Europe's market for asset-backed securities. The European Central Bank president said yesterday that purchases of asset-backed debt will start before the end of the year and may include notes from the junk-rated nations of Greece and Cyprus. "ABS sales have been pretty low over the past few years so the ECB's plans could be the jolt the ... House prices: which EU countries have performed best?
Property price growth in France and Spain is lagging a long way behind the UK News Archive
Dell announced it would offer direct financing and product and service rental in Mexico in what could be seen as an attempt to take market share from ... Europe Sacrifices a Generation With 17-Year Unemployment Impasse
Seventeen years after their first jobs summit European Union leaders are divided on how to create employment and a fifth of young people are still out of work. At a meeting in Milan today Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi plans to tout the new labor laws he's pushing through. French President Francois Hollande will argue for more spending, a proposal German Chancellor Angela Merkel intends to ...