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ATS Brasil In 'Advanced' Talks With Banks for Brazil Bourse
American Trading Systems Brasil, the company seeking permission to open a financial exchange in Brazil, said talks with global and local banking and asset management firms are at an advanced stage.
Obama Warns EU Over High Youth Unemployment
President Barack Obama is suggesting Europe may need to adjust its economic policies to tackle high youth unemployment.
China Says Financial System Must Support Economy as Rates Rise
China's government said the nation's financial system must "better" serve economic growth under a prudent monetary-policy framework as the cost of borrowing on the interbank market surged.
Half-Way to Lost Decade, Europe's Growth Task as Tough as Ever
Half-way toward a lost decade for Europe's economy, pessimism persists about the political will to halt a worrying slide in the region's potential growth.
Ryanair Says Could Move Into Trans-Atlantic Flights
Ryanair, Europe's biggest budget airline, could start selling low-cost trans-Atlantic flights if it secures enough twin-aisle aircraft and gains access to cities in both Europe and the United States, its chief executive said.
China's Wanda Aims to Launch $1 Billion NY Hotel Project This Year
Wanda Group, China's largest commercial real estate developer, aims to invest about $1 billion to build a five-star hotel in New York as its third major investment outside its home market, Chairman Wang Jianlin said on Tuesday.
Ron Paul: Gold Price Could Go to Infinity
How high can the price of gold go? Former Congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul thinks it could go to infinity.
SEC's Analytics Chief: Most 'Flash Crashes' Due to Human Error
Concern that American stock markets have become more susceptible to split-second crashes due to computerization isn't supported by the data, a Securities and Exchange Commission official said.
Britain's Markets Watchdog Says 'Means Business' on Suing Individuals
Britain's top market regulations enforcer said on Tuesday her agency would pursue relentlessly individuals who break rules such as rigging Libor interest rates, and that fines were not punishment enough.
US Groups Form Alliance to Push for Indian Trade Reforms
A coalition of U.S. business groups on Tuesday demanded President Barack Obama's administration increase pressure on India to change trade policies that they said threaten U.S. exports, jobs and innovation.
Rebalance of Russell Index to Bring Volume Surge at Quarter's End
Investors accustomed to late market volatility at the end of the quarter should expect an extra jolt on June 28, when billions of dollars in stock trades will be executed in less than two seconds.
Greece's Public TV Still off Despite Court Ruling
State TV channels in Greece remained off-air Tuesday as the political storm over the future of public broadcaster ERT rages on despite a court ruling that the prime minister's decision to pull the plug was wrong.
Flush With Orders, Aerospace Industry Retools for Future
As airplane makers gathered outside Paris to show off their newest high-tech jetliners on Monday, a less-heralded technology story was unfolding back home on the factory floors of the world's leading aerospace companies.
European Car Sales Hit 20-Year Low for May
European car sales had their worst May in 20 years as the region's recession drags on, the European automakers' association said Tuesday.
Draghi: ECB Rates Becoming More Effective Again
The European Central Bank is ready to act to aid the euro zone economy if needed, while signs of market stabilization mean interest rates are becoming a more effective tool again, ECB chief Mario Draghi said on Tuesday.
US Mint Sales of Silver Coins Set Record in First Half
Sales of silver coins by the U.S. Mint are heading for the best start to a year since at least 1986 as prices slumped.
Bond-Fund Redemptions Set Record for 2nd Week
Investors pulled the most ever money from bond funds worldwide, the second straight week of record redemptions, after speculation that the U.S. Federal Reserve may scale back its unprecedented stimulus sent fixed-income markets lower.
ECB's Mersch Says Budget Rules Not Being Applied Strictly Enough
European Central Bank Executive Board member Yves Mersch said euro-area governments may be returning to lax fiscal policies and shouldn't easily be able to delay budget-cutting measures.
Oil Traders Diversify Into Food and Metals in Quest for Profits
Royal Baby to Give Almost $400 Million Bump to British Economy
From Union Jack booties to Born to Rule sleepwear, the British royal family has joined retailers in offering baby products to mark the arrival of the royal heir.
Court: 'Pay to Delay' Generic Drugs Can Be Illegal
The Supreme Court ruled that deals between pharmaceutical corporations and their generic drug competitors, which government officials say keep cheaper forms of medicine off the market, can sometimes be illegal and therefore challenged by federal officials in court.
Sources: ICE to Win EU Approval for $8.2 Billion NYSE Bid
IntercontinentalExchange is set to win unconditional EU approval for its $8.2 billion bid for NYSE Euronext after antitrust regulators found no competition concerns, two people familiar with the matter said on Monday.
EU Official: Trade Deal With US a 'Game-Changer'
The top official with the European Union's executive arm says a free trade deal with the United States would be a "game-changer" for the global economy.
Greek Coalition Wrestles to Avoid Collapse
Party leaders in Greece's ruling coalition are to meet Monday to try and heal the rift over the closure of the country's state TV and radio broadcaster that is threatening to topple the government and compromise the country's massive bailout program.
Cash-Strapped Europe Pools Defense, Saves Little So Far
At military exercises in northern Spain, French and Spanish fighters fly alongside Swedish and Czech transport aircraft while a multinational team of mechanics changes the engine on a Belgian plane.
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