Tips for College Grads Creating their First Real-World Budget
Many students are graduating with some extra baggage—to the tune of $28,000 in student loans. Grads need to detail their income and spending to avoid falling into debt and making sure they have enough to make ends meet.
Brazil's Real Estate Boom Begins to Lose Traction
Lending for real estate development in Brazil, including both mortgages and bank loans to developers, may post healthy growth this year, by international standards, but the expansion will be considerably less robust than in previous years.
BT Group Buys Back 1.5 Million Shares
BT Group PLC (BT.A.LN) said Monday it purchased 1.5 million shares at an average price of 218.5238 pence per share.
Greek Banks Tap EUR106.3 Billion Of Emergency Lending Assistance
Greek banks' borrowing from the country's central bank jumped to 106.3 billion euros ($130.7 billion) at the end of July, from EUR61.9 billion the previous month, after the European Central Bank recently restricted Greece's access to its liquidity operations, data showed Monday.
Argentina's YPF to Sell Up to ARS3.5 Billion in Bonds
Argentina's state-run oil and gas company YPF SA (YPFD.BA, YPF) said Monday it will sell up to 3.5 billion pesos ($760 million) in bonds.
Pfizer Files Plans for Animal-Health Unit IPO
Pfizer Inc. (PFE) filed plans with U.S. securities regulators to publicly sell up to a 20% ownership stake in its animal-health unit, which will be called Zoetis.
Minister: India Antitrust Body Investigating Google -Reuters
An investigation into allegations of anti-competitive practices by Google Inc. (GOOG) has been launched by India's antitrust regulator, Reuters reported Monday.
European Woes Drag Down Tata Steel's April-June Earnings
Tata Steel Ltd. (500470.BY) Monday posted a first-quarter net profit that fell to nearly a tenth of what it earned a year earlier as steel plants in Europe, the biggest contributor to the company's revenue, continue to be battered by a drop in demand for the alloy amid the continent's economic
Europe Stocks Extend Losses In Afternoon Trade
European stock markets extended losses in late action on Monday, weighed by resource firms and drug makers.
Caris Downgrades Time Warner, Cites Valuation
Caris & Co. analyst David Miller downgraded Time Warner Inc. to average from above average Monday, saying the stock has become fairly valued.