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NYT: ALERT FGC BOLSA -FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS: Fed Reports Economic Growth in Most Regions of the United States

Alert Name: FGC BOLSA- FGC FIN October 11, 2012  Fed Reports Economic Growth in Most Regions of the United States By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS (NYT) A Federal Reserve report said rising home sales helped increase home prices in most regions. More Articles On This Topic »

NYT: ALERT FGC BOLSA -FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS

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September 23, 2012 Quantitative Easing and Investor Choices - Fundamentally By PAUL J. LIM (NYT) Amid the Federal Reserve’s new effort to bolster the economy, which stocks are good bets? Analysts advise looking at history, and trying to surmise the Fed’s goals. Washington Versus America By ROSS DOUTHAT (NYT) The capital has gotten rich, but it has come at rest of the country’s expense. Nation’s Choices Needn’t Be Painful — Economic View By ROBERT H. FRANK (NYT) Many of America’s problems can be solved by putting idle resources to work, or redirecting wasteful spending, an economist writes. More Articles On This Topic »

NYT: ALERT FGC BOLSA -FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS: Spain Adjusts Deficit-Reduction Target at European Summit

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Alert Name: FGC BOLSA - FGC FINA March 3, 2012 Spain Adjusts Deficit-Reduction Target at European Summit By STEPHEN CASTLE (NYT) In a move described as a “sovereign decision” by its prime minister, Spain revised its deficit target for 2012 to 5.8 percent of gross domestic product, from 4.4 percent.  More Articles On This Topic »

NYT: ALERT FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS: Spanish Banks to set Aside Billions of Toxic Assets

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Alert Name: FGC BOLSA - FGC FINA February 8, 2012 Spanish Banks to Set Aside Billions for Toxic Assets By REUTERS (NYT) The extra provisions will enable the banks to meet new government rules to clean up ailing property assets. Brisk American Sales Lift Toyota’s Profit Estimate By HIROKO TABUCHI (NYT)  Toyota raised its annual profit forecast Tuesday despite a 13.5 percent decline in the quarter ended in December that followed production cutbacks in the aftermath of Japan’s tsunami. A Contrarian Bets Ireland and Hungary Will Rebound By PETER EAVIS and JULIE CRESWELL (NYT)  Michael Hasenstab, whose Franklin Templeton Global Bond Fund owns billions in Irish and Hungarian bonds, is drawing comparisons to the giants of the mutual fund industry. More Articles On This Topic »