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The Eurozone inflation issue may be best tackled by quantative easing, according to the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund.
Fidelity Investments of Boston held a conference yesterday, with the aim to encourage investors to choose an alternative to the traditional route to an IPO.
Privately held, non-financial corporations in Canada are hoarding $630 billion of cash according to the latest figures from Statistics Canada.
Chicago based pharmaceutical company AbbVie has had its $46.3 billion takeover bid for Irish firm Shire rejected.
With the Iraq crisis showing no signs of waning anytime soon, the markets are largely un-phased by the unrest.
British aero-engine manufacturer Rolls Royce has announced that it is to back $1.7 billion of its shares.
The chief executive of Russian oil giant Rosneft says that the US sanctions against him ‘do not make any sense’.
A tanker containing oil of disputed ownership is currently in the Mediterranean and being touted at a bargain price.
Argentina’s finance ministry says it can’t afford to make a payment of $1.3 billion to the ‘holdouts’ that refused to restructure debt on bonds, a situation that has been debated for twelve years.