The Royalty Exchange was able to secure series A capital funding from Grotech Ventures worth US$2.1 million.
Chinese Securities Regulatory Commission allowed Alibaba to expand its capital for the online loan enterprise.
The power reforms implemented by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy would cost utilities approximately Eur2.7 billion.
Greece announced satisfaction with the decision of the euro zone which granted the country Eur6.8 billion to redeem bonds in August.
Oracle's bond concession attracted the interest of many investors.
Shuanghui International's US$4.7 billion bid for Smithfield Foods raised an additional US$5 billion from international banks.
Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd would face US$25 billion funding gap even if it put its bonds on sale.
India’s Road Minister Oscar Fernandes said that unless major lands are handed over, financial institutions that would lend for the construction of expressways in the country could possibly shy away.
India’s government held a meeting today with as many as eight banks as it weighed its options to sell the country’s debt abroad.
Silicon Valley Bank requested a loan receiver for Alvarion Ltd over a US$3 million debt that the bank says it cannot pay.
Sinosteel was in talks with Nigerian ministers for about US$6 million worth investment in Nigerian steel mill.
Fitch affirmed Bahrain's credit ratings.
ACE launched ACE elite II public offering of securities insurance.
Nuvo Research and Paladin Labs completed their loan arrangement.
Four state owned banks in China aggressively extended Yuan loans that were unusually large causing alarm among regulators who were trying to strangle distorted credit growth.