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Q1 2014 U.S. Investment Bank Round-Up: Debt Origination

Source: Business Balla | May 14 2014, 12:55pm CDT

The global debt capital markets saw a considerable improvement in activity over the first three months of the year...
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Crashing Oil Prices Won't Kill The US Economy

Nov 4 2014 10:04am CST | Source: Business Insider

Oil is the big story in the markets right now. The price of crude has been falling since July, with a steep drop off in the last month, as a result of Saudi Arabia starting what’s essentially a game of chicken with US producers. In recent years, the US has become an increasingly influential player in global energy as elevated oil prices have paid for the expensive fracking of America's shale basins. The worry is that f ...
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Crashing Oil Prices And Rising Interest Rates Make This A Scary Chart

Nov 3 2014 2:17pm CST | Source: Business Insider

Technological advances in hydraulic fracturing has fueled what some call the Great American Shale Boom. Oil and natural gas extracted from shale basins has left the US flush with energy. However, it's not cheap to tap these so-called unconventional plays. In other words, crashing oil prices will soon make many of these energy sources money-losing projects. Morgan Stanley estimates the average breakeven oil price for these US plays to be around $76-$77 p ...
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Deutsche Bank Is In Trouble

Nov 2 2014 11:30am CST | Source: Business Insider

Germany's flagship bank is in trouble. Some is of its own making. HAMLET, Shakespeare's Danish prince, may blame "the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune" for his plight, but those watching often conclude that indecisiveness lies at the root of his troubles. Deutsche Bank, Germany's biggest financial firm, faces lots of slings and arrows: a never-ending barrage of fines from American regulators, tough ...
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GOLDMAN: We Disagree With The Fed

Nov 1 2014 11:03am CDT | Source: Business Insider

On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve finally ended quantitative easing, one its extraordinary monetary policy measures aimed at stimulating the economy. It was confirmation that the days of the financial crisis are behind us and that the US economy is returning to normal. "Labor market conditions improved somewhat further, with solid job gains and a lower unemployment rate," the Fed said in its FOMC statement on Wednesday. "On balance, a range of labor market indicat ...
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Focus on German unemployment and CPI as Fed ends QE

Oct 31 2014 3:10am CDT | Source: Forex News

Fed ends QE3 and adds more hawkish notes to its statement; Market reaction to hawkish Fed not as bad as it could have been; German unemployment seen rising for fifth month in six; Latest German inflation numbers accompany US jobs data this afternoon. With the quantitative easing program now behind them, the Federal Reserve may be fully focused on that first rate hike and coming across a little more hawkish in its language, but that doesn’t appear to be concerning investors as much a ...
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Markets calm ahead of Wednesday’s FOMC decision

Oct 29 2014 3:13am CDT | Source: Forex News

Markets very calm ahead of Wednesday’s FOMC decision; No data expected from Europe; US durable goods orders and consumer confidence in focus later. It’s been a very calm start to the week in the financial markets, especially by recent standards, driven largely by the lack of economic data and corporate earnings, and the Fed’s latest policy decision on Wednesday. It’s very common for investors to be a little on edge in the run up to the latest FOMC decision because even ...
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Here's What Could Really Be Going On With Tesla Sales

Oct 28 2014 11:48am CDT | Source: Business Insider

Something strange happened early Tuesday morning when Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted a response to a Wall Street Journal article that raised some questions about Tesla sales. The WSJ story was about a new Tesla leasing deal, but reporters Mark Ramsey and John D. Stoll also noted that Tesla's U.S. sales, at 10,335 vehicles, are down 26% through September, compared with the same period in 2013. For what it's worth, at the beginning of September, TheStreet tabulated exactly the same percent ...
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Ottawa carefully monitoring impact of low oil prices ahead of fall fiscal update

Oct 28 2014 11:42am CDT | Source: Canadian Business Online

OTTAWA – The federal government says it’s closely monitoring the impact of slipping oil prices on public finances as it prepares to release its fall economic update. Canada’s junior finance minister says even as tumbling energy prices eat away at tax revenues, the government still believes it can deliver a balanced budget next year. Kevin Sorenson says the government will also keep an eye on the oil and gas sector, as prices approach the t ...
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