ESM's chief says EU, IMF in no mood for a Greek debt haircut

Greece's international creditors have no appetite for considering a haircut as a way to lighten its debt load, the head of the European Stability Mechanism, the euro zone's bailout fund organization, told Greek Sunday newspaper Realnews.

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BOJ buys one-year government bills at negative yield: traders

The Bank of Japan bought one-year government bills at negative yields in market operations on Friday, traders said, setting a new milestone as it pushes its aggressive asset purchase scheme.

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ECB to dish out first round new ultra-long loans to boost lending

The European Central Bank will hand out the first round of its new four-year loans on Thursday, the flagship tool in a new stimulus package it hopes will stave off deflation and revive the ailing euro zone economy.

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Default? What default? Argentina slams U.S. for using 'D' word

Argentina called in the United States' top diplomat in the country on Tuesday to express its "deep indignation" over a local newspaper interview in which he made reference the South American country's latest debt default.

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Show us the money: EU seeks billions of euros to revive economy

The European Union sought ways on Saturday to marshal billions of euros into its sluggish economy without getting deeper into debt, considering options from a pan-European capital market to a huge investment fund.

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Chrysler merger sees Fiat's shares jump, worries on latter's debt increases

Despite the relatively low price Fiat managed to score in its buyout of Chrysler Group LLC, analysts said the ballooning debt of Fiat should be something to worry about.

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UK commercial real estate investors ready for more debt as property market rebounds

According to a report, commercial real estate investors in the UK are looking to take on more debt with the continued resurgence in the commercial property market.

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US Fed policy only enriches private equity and not companies, American people - report

A report cited an example on how private equity had benefited greatly from US Federal Reserve's quantitative easing policy instead of the monetary policy's true beneficiaries - US companies and the American people.

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Shuaa Capital mulls joint venture partner, loan to bolster growth

Chairman Sheikh Maktoum Hasher Al Maktoum said Shuaa Capital is exploring a joint venture, partial sale or bond as possible avenues to grow the company.

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Alitalia's industrial plan to be submitted for shareholder approval

Alitalia CEO Gabriele del Tochio would be submitting to the board for its decision for an industrial plan which would include 2,000 employee layoffs in order to keep the Italian air carrier aloft.

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Venezuela's PDVSA to sell bonds to shore up dollar reserves

Petroleos de Venezuela SA is set on selling USD4.5 billion worth of bonds to increase scarce international reserves as well as curb the fastest rising inflation rate in the world.

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OSX Brasil SA's secured debt issue increases in value

Amidst rumors of a pending bankruptcy filing, secured bonds of OSX Brazil now trade at a two month high.

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Modern Land offer attractive to investment hungry China

The term sheet indicated a USD150 million note with a maturity of five years for Modern Land offered to the bond market.

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Eneva SA is in discussion to avoid redemption of OGX debt

Eneva SA, whose main shareholders EON SE and Eike Batista

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Poland to sell Euro denominated bonds post US shutdown

Poland, in order to finance the fourth quarter of the year, intended to sell Euro denominated bonds to increase the liquidity.

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