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  • Euro zone bailout fund ESM considering non-euro bond issuance

    By Martin Santa LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - The euro zone permanent bailout fund, the European Stability Mechanism (ESM), may issue bonds denominated in other currencies than the euro next year to attract new investors, the ESM's Managing Director Klaus...
  • Zona euro tiene una situación fiscal correcta para recortar deuda, ayudar al crecimiento: FMI

    LUXEMBURGO (Reuters) - La situación fiscal de la zona euro está ahora cerca de niveles neutrales tras años de austeridad y mantiene un equilibrio entre la reducción de la deuda y el apoyo a la demanda para impulsar el crecimiento económico, dijo el...
  • Icahn demands Family Dollar be put up for sale immediately

    Activist investor Carl Icahn said Thursday that he wants to see Family Dollar Stores Inc. sold at once, and he told the Matthews, N.C.-based retailer that he's prepared to seek the removal of the entire board of directors if he doesn't get his way. Icahn...
  • Exportaciones de Japón decepcionan en mayo, opacan panorama de crecimiento

    Por Tetsushi Kajimoto TOKIO (Reuters) - Las exportaciones de Japón sufrieron en mayo su primera caída anual en 15 meses, debido a que la demanda internacional permaneció débil a pesar de una recuperación de las economías avanzadas, lo que sugiere...
  • Japan exports disappoint, risks hitting economy hard

    By Tetsushi Kajimoto and Leika Kihara TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's annual exports declined for the first time in 15 months in May as shipments to Asia and the United States fell, threatening to knock the economy hard at a time when domestic consumption is...
  • Euro zone Q1 labor cost rise slowest in five years

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Wage growth in the euro zone decelerated to its slowest pace in at least five years in the first quarter and the number of available jobs in the bloc rose for the second consecutive quarter, official data showed on Tuesday. The...
  • New ECB long-term loans not likely to revive euro zone lending

    By Rahul Karunakar BANGALORE (Reuters) - The European Central Bank's latest offers for long-term cash won't revive lending in the region despite expectations for strong demand, a Reuters poll showed on Tuesday. ECB President Mario Draghi announced...
  • United's new frequent flyer deal: Bad news for most of you

    United's new frequent flyer deal: Bad news for most of you
    To nobody's surprise, United announced a mostly "me too" makeover of its frequent flyer program in the Delta pattern. And, also to nobody's surprise, the new program is likely to make award travel worse for leisure travelers who use inexpensive tickets:...
  • Euro zone employment rises, trade surplus grows

    By Martin Santa BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Euro zone employment rose for the second consecutive quarter in the first three months of the year in a sign the recovery was finally helping the labor market and a widening trade surplus signaled a further positive...
  • ECB's Jazbec warns of crisis repeat in reform countries

    DUBROVNIK Croatia (Reuters) - European Central Bank policymaker Bostjan Jazbec warned on Thursday against repeating mistakes from the past that might reignite financial crisis in transition economies. Interest rates close to zero in major economies...
  • ECB's Coeure says no need for QE now as euro zone not in deflation

    By Marja Novak DUBROVNIK Croatia (Reuters) - There is no need for the European Central Bank to launch large-scale asset purchases for now because the euro zone is not in deflation, one of its top policymakers said on Friday. Speaking to reporters on the...
  • ECB's Weidmann says asset purchases 'sweet poison' for governments

    DUBROVNIK Croatia (Reuters) - Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann emphasized his opposition to government bond purchases by the European Central Bank on Thursday, calling them "sweet poison for governments" that undermine the central bank's ability to do...