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Djibouti receives $11 million grant from the European Union

Djibouti has received $11 million grant from the European Union to help the country in looking for ways to solve the current problem in potable water and its scarcity of supply.

Nebula bags USD3.5 million new debt funding

According to a court filing yesterday, Nebula has taken in USD3.5 million worth of new debt financing from undisclosed investors, reported Venture Beat...

Dropbox raises $500M in debt funding

San Francisco, US-based cloud storage giant Dropbox has raised $500 million in a debt funding reportedly led by JP Morgan for the construction of its new data centers, according to a source familiar w..

Spanish lender BMN to sell shares to pay back state-back rescue fund

Banco Mare Nostrum has intended to sell its shares before the deadline of the state funded bailout aid it received before the 2017 deadline...

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Yields of Spanish bonds drops to 3.5-year low amid reduced unemployment rate
The yields of Spanish bonds have dropped to record lows not seen since 2011, indicating that the European economy is gaining its momentum, a Bloomberg report said.
Global Ports completes acquisition of Russian container terminal operator NCC Group
Greek containers and oil products firm Global Ports Investments has closed the acquisition of Russian firm NCC Group to become Eastern Europe's biggest container terminal operator.
Eike Batista's Oleo e Gas to honor $31.2 million oil field debt
Oleo e Gas Participacoes, controlled by Brazilian investor Eike Batista, promised to repay its $31.2 million debt in two oil fields located south of Rio de Janeiro. Oleo e Gas could lose its 40% stake
Spain's Codere seeks creditor protection amid €1.27 billion debt restructuring
Codere, a Spanish gaming group with €1.27 billion of debt as of last September, is seeking creditor protection and beginning talks to avoid insolvency. Codere may be unable to pay a €127 million loan
Mortgage bids close to £1 Billion in Help-To-Buy program - UK PM Cameron
A statement from the office of the British Prime Minister David Cameron revealed that 6,000 mortgage applications, with over 80% of them as first-time buyers, applied for home loans under the governme
Index shows small businesses in US increase borrowings in November
The Thomson Reuters/PayNet Small Business Lending Index showed that small businesses in the US increased their borrowings in November 2013 compared to that of the previous year, Reuters reported.
Buyout firms double down as lender to make money on failed investments- report
Private equity companies are buying the debt of the companies they own so they can become creditors and have a second shot at making money on their investments.
Textron looking to borrow $1.1 B to finance its Beechcraft acquisition
Textron Inc Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Scott Donnelly disclosed to analysts and investors in a teleconference today that it will be financing its acquisition of Beech Holdings LLC via debt.
Bond issuance in the Gulf predicted to climb next year - report
Arabian Business said in its report that a rise in bond issuance in the Gulf region is seen next year partly in anticipation of the re-entry of the Abu Dhabi sovereign in the market after an over 5-ye
$5.8 B debt accord sees Batista's OGX shares jump 21%
Investors seemed to be positive with regard to news from former Brazilian billionaire Eike Batista about Oleo & Gas Participacoes SA's creditors agreeing to convert $5.8 billion worth of company debt
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