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  • Argentines, bond holdouts emerge from NY meeting, no resolution

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Argentine officials and the holdout investors it has battled for years over its catastrophic 2002 default met separately with a court-appointed mediator on Friday, emerging after five hours of discussions without a resolution. This...
  • Mystery loan lets Jacksons keep both homes

    Mystery loan lets Jacksons keep both homes
    — A year ago, former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s attorneys said his family was in "significant financial peril" as he and his wife, Sandi, awaited sentencing for looting $750,000 from his campaign coffers. Jackson had to come up with that amount to...
  • Portugal's BES insists family losses will not put bank at risk

    LISBON/LONDON (Reuters) - Losses on loans to the troubled business empire of its founding family will not put Banco Espirito Santo at risk of running short of capital, the bank said on Thursday night. Shares in Portugal's largest listed bank were...
  • High-yield drives biggest U.S. muni fund outflows since January

    (Reuters) - Investors pulled $790.3 million out of U.S. municipal bond funds - most of it in the high-yield sector - in the week ended July 9, marking the biggest outflows since January, according to data released by Lipper on Thursday. High-yield...
  • Hoping for progress, San Bernardino sets bankruptcy case deadlines

    RIVERSIDE Calif. (Reuters) - The city of San Bernardino, California, set new deadlines in an effort to accomplish some measure of progress in a municipal bankruptcy case that has slowed to a crawl over the past two years. On Thursday, U.S. Bankruptcy...
  • How a bad Chicago Public Schools idea got worse

    How a bad Chicago Public Schools idea got worse
    In April, Chicago Public Schools officials revealed that they intended to grab what turned out to be $650 million from the district's fiscal 2016 budget. They said they wanted to shovel that not-yet-collected revenue into their fiscal 2015 budget to...
  • Scoping the new subprime as watchdogs cry 'bubble'

    LONDON (Reuters) - As global watchdogs warn that euphoric financial markets are divorced from economic reality and acting out some reprise of the credit bubble and bust of the past decade, fears of another subprime timebomb are inevitable. But even if...
  • Stockton bankruptcy judge says city's collateral not worthless

    SACRAMENTO Calif. (Reuters) - The judge in Stockton, California's bankruptcy on Tuesday ruled that the city has collateral worth $4 million with which it could pay holdout creditor Franklin Templeton, dismissing the city's contention its collateral was...
  • Melone enters Costa Mesa City Council race

    Melone enters Costa Mesa City Council race
    Al Melone, a Costa Mesa resident who unsuccessfully ran for City Council in 2012, will run again in November, this time on an anti-growth platform. In an interview Monday, the retired certified public accountant said his No. 1 campaign issue will be...
  • L.A. leaders focusing on groundwater treatment in bond discussions

    L.A. leaders focusing on groundwater treatment in bond discussions
    When the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power announced last year an ambitious groundwater treatment program for the contaminated San Fernando Basin, the agency had its eyes on a state water bond for crucial funding to get the project built. So...
  • Some ideas for investors on how to cope with low interest rates

    Some ideas for investors on how to cope with low interest rates
    It's a good bet that millions of Americans would be thrilled to earn just 5% again at the corner bank. Good luck with that. If interest rates are stuck near current low levels for years to come, as many Wall Street pros predict, investors and savers...
  • Hedge funds attract $72.2 billion in first five months of year: data

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Investors poured $72.2 billion into hedge funds worldwide in the first five months of 2014, marking their strongest five-month start to a year since 2007 partly on fears of a downturn in stock and bond prices, data from a survey...