Portugal is raising EUR578 million (USD783 million) in the initial public offering of its postal service CTT-Correios de Portugal SA. The Portuguese government is divesting its 70% stake in the mail service.
The Portuguese government would be selling 70% of postal firm CTT-Correios de Portugal next week in its first initial public offering (IPO) since a financial crisis had hit the nation.
Some say the Euro is overvalued while others claim it is not.
After its review under the Global Financial Stability Report study, Italy, Spain and Portugal stand to be financially distressed because of their exposure to possible loan defaults from corporations.
Paulo Portas, the new Portuguese deputy prime minister, would have oversight over budget negotiations, a position that would prove problematic in light of Portugal's compliance with previous requirements.
With Portugal being the poorest Western European nation and having record numbers for unemployment, the lowering of allotments for food aid would affect a great many Portuguese.
Caixa Seguros bidders whittled down to two.
Fitch ratings for the transport infrastructure sector was mostly Stable Outlook.
A strategist noted that politics in Portugal could lead to crisis.
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