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Associated Press
Madrid, June 4, 2012
Spainish Prime Minister  Mariano Rajoy has said the country will stick to harsh austerity measures until it emerges from financial crisis, assuring the people that it would survive the turmoil.

Associated Press
Madrid, May 30, 2012
Concerns over Spain's nationalised lender Bankia, and the government's ability to come up with a Euro 19 billion rescue package for the bank, have sparked investor fears over the country.

Suman Layak and Rajiv Bhuva
May 1, 2012
Subex, Cranes Software, Strides Arcolab, GTL Infrastructure, Indowind Energy and Suzlon Energy are just a few names among the Indian mid-sized companies on the long list of FCCB borrowers facing headwinds.

Associated Press
Paris, January 25, 2012
Stocks were falling as key Greek bondholders met for a closed-door meeting in Paris to discuss how - and whether - to continue talks central to Europe's debt crisis.

Madrid, January 18, 2012
The successful auction was a sign of investor confidence in Spain despite a recent downgrade of the country's long-term sovereign debt by ratings agency Standard & Poor's.

Madrid, January 13, 2012
The auction of three different bonds - with maturities of three and four years - attracted heavy demand, with 18.7 billion euros ($23.9 billion) in orders received.

Associated Press
Frankfurt, Germany, January 12, 2012
Thursday's decision by the ECB's 23-member governing council follows two months with rate cuts aimed at spurring lagging growth, and a decision in December to inundate banks with cheap credit.

Associated Press
Frankfurt, December 30, 2011
After a turbulent 2011, the 17 countries that use the euro will be quickly confronted in the new year with major hurdles to solving their government debt crisis, just as the eurozone economy is expected to sink back into recession.

Associated Press
Paris, December 5, 2011
The leaders of France and Germany have called for a new European Union treaty that would automatically punish countries that use the euro if they violate existing limits on overspending. Their proposals will be sent to the other EU leaders ahead of a summit in Brussels on Friday.

N. Madhavan
November 28, 2011
The formerly slow moving agrochemicals sector is suddenly booming. Apart from farm labour shortage, several other developments are fuelling the increasing use of agrochemicals. Crucially, farmers are becoming more aware of their benefits.

Clifford Alvares
September 4, 2008
In a comatose market, smart investors are scurrying for regular returns. Invest in only those companies that are in a position to sustain their dividend payouts over the coming years.

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