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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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Japan's Softbank to tap US bond market to fund T-Mobile acquisition -report
Japan's Softbank Corp is likely to tap the US bond market to fund the $20 billion acquisition of US wireless carrier T-Mobile, according to a report by the Nikkei business daily.
Hedge funds eye troubled Australian mining and farming companies
International hedge funds are increasingly targetting troubled firms in Australia, from cotton or macadamia farms to cattle stations and vineyards, expecting a nascent distressed debt market to genera
Beleaguered LightSquared to receive up to $2.5B financing sponsored by Fortress
LightSquared, which has been in bankruptcy last year, may get $2 billion to $2.5 billion in financing backed by Fortress Investment Group. JPMorgan Chase & Co. in talks with lenders, who would need to
Peru's Petroperu to raise $2.7B for refinery expansion
Petroperu will be seeking to riase $2.7 billion to fund the modernization and upgrades of its Talara refinery. About half of the funds will come from international investors, Reuters reported.
London housing boom seen in postcode data
Data published by the Council for Mortgage Lenders and the British Bankers' Association indicate a housing boom in London as compared to average house prices in all of Britain, according to The Financ
Russia extends $15B bailout package to Ukraine
The state of Russia under President Vladimir Putin agreed to acquire $15 billion worth of Ukrainian Eurobonds to help the beleaguered country of Ukraine out of a potential currency crisis, according t
BlackBerry extends option deadline of its $1 billion convertible debt offering
BlackBerry Ltd released a brief statement late Thursday that it has extended its deadline for debtholders who would like to purchase additional shares to January 13 next year.
Private equity-backed Berry Plastics Group looks to refinance debt
A Bloomberg report said Berry Plastics Group Inc is seeking to refinance its debt, offering to pay 2.75 to 3 percentage points more than the London interbank offered rate.
Freedom Group to raise $175 million from Wall Street lenders
American firearms maker Freedom Group plans to raise $175 million from Wall Street financial institutions, according to a Reuters report. Cerberus Capital Management, which tried to exit the company l
Florida Democrat, others duped in securities-backed loan scheme
Head William Dean Chapman Reston of Virginia-based firm Alexander Capital Markets was found guilty of defrauding its investors including US Representative Alan Grayson of more than USD35 million in a
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