European equities closed largely higher on Monday, despite the Greek stock exchange finishing its first day back after a five-week absence more than 16 percent lower.» Read More
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Mixed economic news this morning, as personal income and spending was better than expected; but a measure of inflation was stronger than expected. And once again, bank jitters are an issue for the market.
Europe's biggest bank HSBC reported a 28 percent fall in its first-half profit, in line with forecasts, as a $14 billion hit on bad debts on U.S. home loans and asset writedowns offset strong Asian growth.
HSBC said on Monday it was ready to submit an updated application to South Korean authorities on its bid for Korea Exchange Bank but declined comment on a local media report that it was negotiating to cut the purchase price.
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Europe's biggest bank HSBC Holdings said it did not receive regulatory approval to buy a majority stake in Korea Exchange Bank by a Thursday deadline , but is expected to stand firm on the $6.3 billion deal.
Despite their record breaking profits, Exxon Mobil dragged the Dow lower Thursday after its earnings fell short of Wall Street's expectations. Also comments from Alan Greenspan made on CNBC added to the downward momentum.
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U.S. private equity firm Lone Star on Thursday dismissed reports it had discussed the sale of Korea Exchange Bank with other parties than planned buyer HSBC, though prospects for the $6.3 billion deal remain uncertain.
The SEC issued its emergency ruling against naked short-selling Tuesday to build investor confidence regarding market information, SEC Chairman Christopher Cox told CNBC.
Wilbur L. Ross Jr. made an $80 million investment in the flailing Indian airline SpiceJet, saying that high oil prices are a bubble that should pop in the next 12 months.
U.S. securities regulators issued an emergency rule Tuesday to limit certain types of short selling in major financial firms, including Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
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U.S. private equity house Lone Star could offer shares in Korea Exchange Bank in a block sale if the pending $6.3 billion deal to sell control of KEB to HSBC falters, KEB's chief executive said on Thursday.
HSBC, the giant London-based bank, has moved its North American headquarters to a sprawling facility that it bills as carbon neutral in this hamlet about 30 miles north of Chicago, The New York Times reports.
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