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  • ING removes Pimco as subadvisor of bond funds totaling $3.7 billion: SEC

    (Reuters) - Pacific Investment Management Co. has been removed as subadvisor of two bond funds totaling $3.7 billion offered by ING U.S. Investment Management, though the decision by ING was made late last year before a management shakeup at Pimco,...
  • Avoid losses on your bond funds by going unconventional

    (The author is a Reuters columnist and the opinions expressed are his own. For more from John Wasik see http://link.reuters.com/syk97s) CHICAGO (Reuters) - As the financial markets await more signals on the Federal Reserve's interest-rate policy next...
  • Malloy Announces Re-Election Bid

    Malloy Announces Re-Election Bid
    HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Friday confirmed what most observers had long expected: He's running for a second term. For months, the Democrat brushed off questions about his re-election plans, telling reporters that he would announce his...
  • Park Ridge will have to raise taxes, official warns

    Park Ridge will have to raise taxes, official warns
    Park Ridge Finance Director Kent Oliven recently told aldermen that, as things currently stand, the city will have to raise its property tax levy by 16.38 percent, or $2.9 million, in December to cover the ballooning debt to a special taxing district used...
  • U.S. municipal bond funds post $212.2 million in outflows: Lipper

    (Reuters) - U.S. municipal bond funds reported $212.2 million of net outflows in the week ended March 26, compared with $107.3 million in inflows in the previous week, according to data released by Lipper on Thursday. The four-week moving average...
  • Factbox: EU roadmap for expanding long-term financing

    LONDON (Reuters) - The European Union has produced plans to get more long-term finance for infrastructure and companies from markets rather than from banks, the EU's executive, the European Commission, said on Thursday. The EU wants to reduce the...
  • EU sets out plans to free finance for investment

    LONDON (Reuters) - The European Union will look for ways other than the region's banks to finance infrastructure projects and invest in start-up companies, according to plans the EU published on Thursday. The EU plans call for expanding stock and bond...
  • Chinese developers seek alternative financing as investors grow wary

    HONG KONG (Reuters) - China's property developers are turning to commercial mortgage-backed securities and looking at other alternative financing as creditors grow more discriminating in the face of rising concerns about the country's real estate and debt...
  • Spooked by defaults, China banks begin retreat from risk

    BEIJING (Reuters) - Some of China's struggling firms are finally getting the reception that regulators have been hoping for - a cold shoulder from banks in the form of smaller and costlier loans. Reuters has contacted over 80 companies with elevated debt...
  • China currency liberalization to be a 'seismic event': Australia

    SYDNEY (Reuters) - China realizing its ambitions to internationalize the yuan is likely to be a "seismic event" for global markets, leading to large capital flows and perhaps a new reserve currency, a top Australian central banker said on Wednesday....
  • Municipal bonds expected to make a comeback

    The dynamics are improving for municipal bonds, which were beaten down so badly last year that they posted their worst returns in nearly two decades. The 3.5 percent return for high-grade muni bonds so far this year has been a welcome turnaround from...
  • BOJ's Iwata warns of deflation risk if inflation stays below one percent

    KITA-KYUSHU, Japan (Reuters) - Bank of Japan Deputy Governor Kikuo Iwata warned on Monday that inflation staying below 1 percent for a long period of time was "dangerous" as it heightened the risk of deflation. That is why the BOJ set a price target of 2...