Saturday, February 14, 2009


Chile's government will use all tools at its disposal to avoid being dragged into recession by the global financial crisis, the country's deputy finance minister said in an interview published on Saturday. The government unveiled a $4 billion fiscal in Stock and Shares News

The publishing house that has announced plans for a book by Sen. Christopher J. Dodd on the national financial crisis said Friday that it doesn’t yet have a signed agreement to publish the book. The Crown Publishing Group acknowledged in an e-mail in Stock and Shares News

ROME - The Group of Seven finance ministers are pledging to work together to support growth and employment and strengthen the world's banking system to overcome the worst financial crisis in 50 years. But a draft communique on their two-day meeting in Stock and Shares News

Charlotte, N.C. -- Bank of America Corp. Chief Financial Officer Joe Price assured employees Friday that the company had enough cash to finance operations for more than two years. "Market turmoil has created lingering industrywide concerns that in Stock and Shares News

AMMAN, Feb 14 (Reuters) - Jordan-based Arab Bank Group said on Saturday its 2008 net profits rose 8.4 percent to $840 million and posted a 27 pct rise in customer deposits due to its status as a safe haven during the financial crisis. A bank in Stock and Shares News

We, the G7 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors met today amid an ongoing and severe global economic downturn and financial turmoil. The stabilisation of the global economy and financial markets remains our highest priority. We have in Stock and Shares News

(CEP News) - At his debut on the world stage over the weekend, U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner urged world governments to take the needed actions to combat world economic and financial crises. "We are confronted with a broader, deeper in Stock and Shares News

* According to a news report by the Armenian Agz daily on Tuesday, the organization wants Gakavian, an academic and co-chairman ANKARA - Israel cannot digest Turkey's harsh critics about Gaza Operation and Olmert's "unreliable' diplomacy. A high in Stock and Shares News

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