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Jun 5, 2010

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BA crews take more strike action
Cabin crews at British Airways have gone on strike again.

BP capturing 6,000 barrels from leaking well
Efforts to siphon off oil gushing from a ruptured deep-sea wellhead in the Gulf of Mexico seem to be working, US officials said as president Barack Obama defended his handling of the environmental crisis.

G20 reaches compromise on winding back stimulus
Finance ministers from the Group of 20 leading economies say the world is recovering faster than expected from the banking crisis in 2008 that sent many nations into recession.

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS : MarketWatch .- Industry -Financial Services. June 5th., 2010




INDUSTRY: FINANCIAL SERVICES

G20 nearing agreement on rules for banks: report  
By MarketWatch
6/5/2010 1:12:00 PM



The Group of 20 major economic powers agreed Saturday to finish work on tightened banking standards ahead of their stated goal, while European governments are expected to report specific rules as early as Monday, according to a news report. See full story

 Stocks to Watch: Stocks in focus for Monday: Apple, Halliburton
 

By MarketWatch
6/5/2010 9:40:00 AM



Among the companies who shares are expected to see active trading in Mondays's session are Apple, Halliburton and Prudential. See full story

Stocks to Watch: Stocks in focus for Monday: Apple, Halliburton

By MarketWatch
6/5/2010 9:40:00 AM


Among the companies who shares are expected to see active trading in Mondays's session are Apple, Halliburton and Prudential. See full story



BBC: Business: Lat update June 5th., 2010


Page last updated at 17:00 GMT, Saturday, 5 June 2010 18:00 UK

US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner (left) with IMF managing 
director Dominique Strauss-Kahn in Busan, 5 June 2010
G20 finance ministers say recovery from economic crisis has been faster than expected, but significant challenges remain.

US shares fall on weak jobs data
Wall Street shares fall more than 3% after latest US unemployment data shows fewer jobs were created in May than expected.

BA adds to flights despite strike
BA says more cabin crew than expected have crossed picket lines during the latest strike and turned up for work.


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