At the Royal Court, looking forward to seeing Chris Rapley in 2071
LONDON, Jan 2 (Reuters) – Euro zone manufacturing ended 2014 on a subdued note as output, new orders and employment all recorded sluggish growth, a survey showed on Friday, adding to pressure on the European Central Bank to boost the economy.
Also of concern to policymakers, who are struggling to nurture growth and ward off deflation, the survey showed factories cut prices for the fourth month running and activity was weak in Germany, Europe’s largest economy.
NEW YORK, Nov 26 (Reuters) – A high-profile $2.02 billion
leveraged loan for Tibco Software is the latest US
buyout deal that has been forced to add expensive perks to
attract buyers as risk-averse investors hold out for better
terms amid a market correction.
Tibco increased its loans by $70 million to finance a deeper
discount. The company also increased the interest margin on the
loan and made other concessions designed to tempt investors into
the deal, bankers said.