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Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Chatham NEWS - Obama: US will ensure financial system solvent - Reuters

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Obama: US will ensure financial system solvent
By Caren Bohan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Wednesday the United States was committed to the solvency of its financial system and would deliver this message to leaders of other major economies. At this weekend's meeting of ...
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Experts: Financial crisis threatens US security
The Associated Press
Add to those scenarios a US military viewed as weak from scaled-back defense spending to cut costs, and it's easy to see how the global financial crisis threatens US national security, military and economic experts told a House panel Wednesday. ...
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SE Asia Stocks-Financials push up S'pore, Indonesia for 2nd day
S'pore, Indonesia rise for 2nd day; financials lead * Thai, Malaysian stocks erase gains By Viparat Jantraprap BANGKOK, March 11 (Reuters) - Stock markets in Singapore and Indonesia rose for a second day on Wednesday after some positive news from the ...
SE Asia Stocks-Singapore slumps as financials tumble Yahoo
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PNC Financial CEO awarded $14.62 mln pay in 2008
NEW YORK, March 11 (Reuters) - PNC Financial Services Group Inc (PNC.N) said Chief Executive James Rohr's compensation fell 21 percent to $14.62 million in 2008, when the lender doubled in size by acquired troubled rival National City Corp. ...
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More Stanford Financial Client Accounts to Be Unfrozen
Attorney at Law
More brokerage accounts tied to failed investment firm Stanford Financial Group, including those with more than $250000 in assets which were frozen during the federal probe of alleged investment fraud at the firm, may be released soon. ...
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