Moody’s puts Turkey on negative outlook. Dents its rebound.
Greece sells 3 billion euros of 5-year bonds at an annual coupon of — wait for it — just 4.75 percent.
Ireland sells 10-year debt at yield of 2.917 percent
From Reuters Font Page today – European shares rebound; ECB dismisses bank appeal over heath-check deadline; Greece set for bond return.
Volvo has put partnership with Russian tank maker Uralvagonzavod on hold because of Ukraine crisis
Greece to raise 2.5 billion euro from 5-year bond on Thursday – Reuters Καλώς ήρθατε και πάλι
As a philosophy major, I loved this: “Reality hasn’t changed. It’s the way of recording the reality” – stat man on UK savings ratio doubling
LONDON (Reuters) – Veteran blues guitarist and singer Robert Cray has set off on a new U.S. and European tour with an album harking back to the early days of soul music, the kind that filled his ears as a youngster.
“In My Soul” – a title that sums up what is to come – is imbued with mellifluous rhythm and blues redolent of the kind of tunes that came from the Chess and Stax record labels in the 1950s, ’60s and early ’70s.
LONDON (Reuters) – Take your pick of the most important economic event of the coming week – forward-looking global activity data, interest rate decisions in Europe or a spot-check on U.S. jobs after a month of particularly bad weather.
Given that the payrolls data – usually the premier data event at the start of any month – is likely to be skewed by blizzards, best start with the global picture.