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There's no doubt that conservative British voters carried the day at recent elections, and promises by conservatives to their constituency seems to already be ignored, as the one of the ways they're agreeing to handle the enormous debt of the country is to rai...
Business (May 20th, 10)
I'm not sure why mainstream media outlets continue on with the stupid comment that it is "unexpected," every time there is negative economic news comes, with the most recent being the rise in unemployment claims in the U.S. by 25,000. The problem seems to be ...
Business (May 20th, 10)
According to the IMD business school in Lausanne, Switzerland, four out of the top ten competitive economies in the world are based in Asia, not a surprise to those who follow business and economics. Called the 2010 World Competitiveness Yearbook, the Swiss b...
Business (May 19th, 10)
General Electric (NYSE:GE) is increasing its available cash quickly, and estimates by the end of 2010 they'll have about 25 billion on hand. Plans for the cash are to buy back some of its stock by the end of 2010, and to increase its dividend in 2011. Genera...
Business (May 19th, 10)
The National Federation of Independent Business joined the lawsuit, which currently includes 20 states, which argues the healthcare bill enacted by Democrats is unconstitutional; specifically the insurance coverage requirements of the bill. In a statement abo...
Business (May 18th, 10)
Among the approximate 6,000 jobs to be cut by American drug giant Pfizer (NYSE:PFE), 90 will be lost in Britain, and another 785 in Ireland. Most of this comes in the aftermath of the merger with Wyeth last year, which they evidently had some overlap with, wh...
United Kingdom (May 18th, 10)
TD Bank Financial Group (NYSE:TD) announced Monday it will acquire  South Financial Group for $191.6 million, which will give them 176 more branches in the Southeast United States. Terms of the deal will include payment of $61 million in cash to sharehol...
Banking (May 17th, 10)
With the last couple of years being an anomaly, and not necessarily indicative of how companies will perform going forward, investors and analysts are relying on guidance from companies as to where things will be going in the near term, and guidance from Lowes...
Business (May 17th, 10)
In a good decision, Britain has said they back the idea of developing new nuclear plants in the country but there will be no government subsidies to spur them on. It's about time governments start backing off their addiction to spending and allow the market t...
Business (May 13th, 10)
Stocks, commodities and financials dropped today as investors take in what the consequences may be concerning the bailout offered by the EU for socialist countries spending more than they can take in. There is also growing skepticism on whether the almost $1 ...
European Union (May 13th, 10)
Early this week the European Finance Ministers and European Central Bank (ECB) along with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) put together a one Trillion dollar rescue package for Greece. To put the package into perspective it is bigger than the bank bailout...
Financing (May 13th, 10)
The Competitive Alternatives 2010 survey from KPMG found that Mexico and Canada are the top two countries in the world when it comes to taxes and business, and major cities in Canada, like Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver helped land them in that second-place p...
Canada (May 12th, 10)
With Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) attacking Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) at its core product of Microsoft Office, Microsoft is about to respond with their own version of Microsoft office in the "cloud," which will take off strong, and will be sure to make a dent in Google ...
Technology (May 12th, 10)
The attempt to push new regulations down the throats of private equity firms and hedge funds by the European Union has a growing amount of opposition, as a vote has been put off for the third time as agreement can't be reached on the degree the regulations sho...
Business (May 11th, 10)
The announcement that the European Union would be offering just under $1 trillion to support and/or bailout the irresponsible countries in the region, has many people wondering how much damage that may end up doing to companies with a large presence there, as ...
Business (May 11th, 10)
For the second month in a row, business confidence in Australia declined, as the number of businesses searching for workers seems to have declined, as the number of advertisements looking for workers dropped. The drop in job opportunities is probably the resu...
Business (May 10th, 10)
Just about a weak after losing the most value since January, the Canadian dollar surged again, moving up the most in over a year, as the European Union announced they were going to offer a loan package to struggling euro-zone countries worth almost $1 trillion...
Foreign Exchange Market (May 10th, 10)
The growing reality of the depth of the sovereign debt crisis in Europe and the risk accompanying it, is a growing concern for U.S. businesses, along with the banking industry, Business executives in the U.S. now consider the global economic climate much risk...
European Union (May 7th, 10)
AngloGold Ashanti (NYSE:AU) CEO Mark Cutifani said in an interview today that the 40 percent super tax being proposed by Australia puts their sovereign risk much higher than South Africa. Cutifani said, “Sovereign risk in Australia is higher than South ...
Australia (May 7th, 10)
Zinc producer Nyrstar NV said the 40 percent super tax on mining companies in Australia could keep them from expanding their business in the country, although current operations won't be affected. In an interview today, Nyrstar’s legal and external affa...
Commodity Markets (May 6th, 10)
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