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FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS : Stocks in Focus Monday.- Humana, NRG, Verisign. jULY 31ST., 2010

INDUSTRY -  FINANCIAL SERVICES   Stocks to Watch: Stocks in focus Monday: Humana, NRG, VeriSign   By MarketWatch Among the companies whose shares are expected to see active trading in Monday's session are Humana Inc., NRG Energy Inc. and VeriSign Inc.  See full story

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS : MarketWatch.- Industry - Financial Services.- Asia Markets: Indian banks weighed by rising rates outlook

INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES Asia Markets: Indian banks weighed by rising rates outlook   By V. Phani Kumar MarketWatch Indian financial shares underperform their regional peers on expectation tight liquidity and rising interest rates will boost lenders' borrowing costs and increase the number of bad loans.  See full story Car sales are top consumer complaint   By Jennifer Waters MarketWatch In a sign of the economic times, consumers’ biggest gripes were about car sales and credit and debt grievances, according to a survey of complaints made to consumer agencies last year. The fastest-growing gripe was about bogus offers to save consumers from foreclosure.  See full story

MarketWatch: Industry - Financial Services Fannie, Freddie jump as housing-reform push starts. July 27th., 2010

INDUSTRY: FINANCIAL SERVICES Fannie, Freddie jump as housing-reform push starts By Alistair Barr MarketWatch 7/27/2010 12:36:00 PM Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac shares jump as a push to reform the U.S. housing-finance system gets underway .  See full story White House schedules Fannie-Freddie conference By Ronald D. Orol MarketWatch The Obama administration has scheduled an Aug. 17 conference on the U.S. housing finance system, including mortgage-finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, according to a White House release.  See full story SEC's Schapiro: More power for investors in 2011 By Ronald D. Orol MarketWatch The Securities and Exchange Commission is committed to adopting rules that would give greater power to shareholders and investors next year, the nation's top securities regulator says.  See full story Former Northern Rock finance chief fined $495,000 By Simon Kennedy MarketWatch The U.K.’s Financial Serv

MarketWatch: Industry Financial Services. Bank results show improving credit, tight margins. July 26th.2010

INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES Bank results show improving credit, tight margins   By April H. Lee MarketWatch A slew of U.S. financial companies that reported earnings in the last two weeks showed improving credit trends and operating earnings, while also wrestling with interest margin pressure due to the government’s efforts to depress mortgage rates, analysts said.  See full story Paul B. Farrell: Wall Street armageddon: Alpha-male vs. Venus   By Paul B. Farrell MarketWatch Wall Street's death spiral can’t end till Venus conquers Mars and its killer instinct -- until we see a new era where women rule not only Wall Street, but Washington and Corporate America.  See full story Economic Report: State budget gaps total $84 billion: study   By Deborah Levine MarketWatch State budget gaps are now expected to total $83.9 billion for fiscal 2011, with shortfalls anticipated for the next couple of years, according to a new study. 

Market Watch Industry - Financial Services.- Asian Markets end Mostly Higher : Nikkey up 0.8 %

INDUSTRY -  FINANCIAL SERVICES Asian markets end mostly higher; Nikkei up 0.8%   By V. Phani Kumar MarketWatch Investors in the region react with relief to the results of the European bank stress tests.  See full story   Deutsche Bank slips as tests lift most lenders   By Simon Kennedy MarketWatch Markets gave a cautious thumbs-up to the European bank stress tests Monday, though Deutsche Bank shares declined after it was among a handful of lenders that didn’t provide all the figures analysts had sought.  See full story