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  • Problems seen with new Argentine debt payment law Friday, 12 Sep 2014 | 7:38 PM ET

    BUENOS AIRES, Argentina— A law designed to restructure Argentina's debt and sidestep a U.S. court ruling that pushed the government into default could be difficult to apply and worsen the country's frail economy, analysts say.

  • NEW YORK, Sept 12- U.S.-listed shares of Brazilian companies were down sharply on Friday after an opinion poll showed Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has narrowed the lead of her top challenger, Marina Silva, in a likely runoff race.

  • *Scots vote, Ukraine tension bog down global stock prices. Nervousness about a Scottish vote next week on a split from the United Kingdom and tension between Russia and the West over Ukraine also weighed on stocks and other riskier investments, analysts said.

  • But she needs to route the funds through channels beyond the reach of the U.S. judge who ruled that Argentina must settle a legal fight with a group of New York hedge funds over unpaid debt from a massive 2002 default before servicing its performing debt.

  • BUENOS AIRES, Sept 11- Argentina's Congress on Thursday overwhelmingly passed a debt bill aimed at defying a U.S. court ruling which tipped the country into default for the second time in 12 years. It also encourages investors to move their Argentine debt from the United States or other foreign jurisdictions to either Argentina or France via an exchange of debt.

  • BUENOS AIRES, Sept 11- Argentina's Congress gave final approval on Thursday to a law proposing to restructure the country's debt to skirt a U.S. court ruling that forced it into its second default in 12 years. The debt restructuring plan aims to enable Argentina to make payments on its foreign-held bonds locally or elsewhere beyond the reaches of the U.S. court.

  • NEW YORK, Sept 10- U.S.-listed shares of South African gold miner AngloGold Ashanti Ltd were among the biggest percentage decliners on the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday after it announced a $2.1 billion rights issue and plans to spin off its non-South African assets in a new British-based company.

  • BUENOS AIRES, Sept 9- A majority of Argentina's creditors are opposed to their bonds being moved to a new jurisdiction under a government proposal that would sidestep a U.S. court ruling that toppled it into default, the country's economy minister said on Tuesday.

  • Fed ramps pressure for biggest US banks to shrink Tuesday, 9 Sep 2014 | 7:26 PM ET

    In testimony at a Senate hearing Tuesday, Fed Gov. They include imposing additional capital requirements for the eight largest banks— including JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup and Bank of America— that exceed the levels mandated by international regulators.

  • BUENOS AIRES, Sept 9- A majority of Argentina's debt investors do not want to take up a government proposal to change the jurisdiction governing their bonds, Economy Minister Axel Kicillof told members of the country's Congress on Tuesday. The frozen coupon payment is still held by U.S. intermediary Bank of New York Mellon.

  • The euro plummeted 1.6 percent on Thursday- its steepest fall in almost three years- to a 14- month low of $1.2920 after the European Central Bank cut rates to new lows and launched an asset purchase programme to ward off deflation. The single currency inched up 0.1 percent on Friday at $1.2962, still firmly below $1.30.

  • The single currency plummeted 1.6 percent on Thursday to a 14- month low of $1.2920 after the European Central Bank cut rates to new record lows and launched an asset purchase programme to ward off deflation.

  • BUENOS AIRES, Sept 4- Argentina's Senate on Thursday passed a bill aimed at circumventing U.S. court decisions regarding its defaulted debt by changing payment jurisdiction, sending the proposal to the lower house Chamber of Deputies for final approval. The chamber, like the Senate, is controlled by government allies who are expected to vote the bill into law.

  • BUENOS AIRES, Sept 4- Argentina's Senate on Thursday passed a bill aimed at circumventing U.S. court decisions regarding its defaulted debt by changing payment jurisdiction, sending the proposal to the lower house Chamber of Deputies for final approval. The chamber, like the Senate, is controlled by government allies who are expected to vote the bill into law.

  • BUENOS AIRES, Sept 4- Argentina's Senate on Thursday passed a bill aimed at circumventing U.S. court decisions regarding its defaulted debt by changing payment jurisdiction, sending the proposal to the lower house Chamber of Deputies for final approval. The chamber, like the Senate, is controlled by government allies who are expected to vote the bill into law.

  • BUENOS AIRES, Sept 4- Argentina's Senate on Thursday passed a bill aimed at circumventing U.S. court decisions regarding its defaulted debt by changing payment jurisdiction, passing the proposal to the lower House of Representatives for final approval. The House, like the Senate, is controlled by government allies who are expected to vote the bill into law.

  • BUENOS AIRES, Sept 4- Argentina's Senate early on Thursday approved a bill aimed at circumventing U.S. court decisions regarding its defaulted debt by changing its payment jurisdiction, passing the proposal to the lower House of Representatives for debate. The House, like the Senate, is controlled by government allies who are expected to vote the bill into law.

  • WASHINGTON, Sept 3- U.S. regulators on Wednesday adopted rules for banks to hold enough easy-to-sell assets to keep them afloat during a crunch, after many were caught short of cash during the 2007-09 financial crisis.

  • NEW YORK, Aug 29- Argentina said on Friday it would appeal a U.S. judge's decision declaring illegal a $539 million payment the country deposited with Bank of New York Mellon Corp for its restructured bondholders.

  • Argentina appealing US judge's order on bond pay Friday, 29 Aug 2014 | 6:24 PM ET
    A man walks past graffiti that reads, "Get out vultures" in Buenos Aires, August 14, 2014.

    Argentina will appeal a decision declaring illegal a $539 million payment the country deposited with Bank of New York Mellon Corp.