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  • ECB's Coeure calls for stronger government backing of ABS market: magazine

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - European governments must support Europe's market for securitized debt by issuing guarantees to make it a successful alternative source of funding to bank loans, European Central Bank Executive Board member Benoit Coeure said.
  • New French economy minister pledges end to infighting

    PARIS (Reuters) - France's new economy minister vowed on Wednesday to ‎rebuild trust in the euro zone's second largest economy and put an end to mixed messages and infighting on its economic policy. Speaking a day after President Francois...

    Silva surges in Brazil election race, threatens Rousseff

    Silva surges in Brazil election race, threatens Rousseff
    BRASILIA (Reuters) - A surging Marina Silva has narrowed President Dilma Rousseff's lead in Brazil's presidential race, a new opinion poll showed on Tuesday, paving the way for a likely second-round runoff in which the popular environmentalist looks well-...

    Harrisburg treasurer charged with embezzlement

    Harrisburg treasurer charged with embezzlement
    HARRISBURG — The treasurer of Harrisburg, which nearly went bankrupt three years ago, on Tuesday was accused by prosecutors of embezzling from a nonprofit organization he ran. John Campbell, 26, who was elected in 2011, was charged with felony...

    Harrisburg, Penn. treasurer allegedly embezzled from nonprofit

    HARRISBURG Pa. (Reuters) - The treasurer of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania's capital city which nearly went bankrupt three years ago, on Tuesday was accused by prosecutors of embezzling from a nonprofit organization he ran. John Campbell, 26, who was elected...