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March 9 (Reuters) – Canada’s Mercer International Inc said the Court of Québec has reversed a cease trade order against a private placement of special warrants by Fibrek Inc to Mercer.
ATHENS (Reuters) – Greece edged towards a deal on Saturday to avert a chaotic default, hammering out a plan for recapitalizing its tottering banks, but other issues remain – and it must still persuade its political leaders to back painful … Continue reading
(Reuters) – Ties between government and self-regulatory organizations are likely to get tighter as they rely more on each other, said Richard Ketchum, chairman and chief executive of the Financial…
MANCHESTER/NORTHFIELD, New Hampshire (Reuters) – Republican presidential upstart Rick Santorum found himself under increasing scrutiny on Thursday as front-runner Mitt Romney tried to chip away at his credibility ahead of the key New Hampshire primary.
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Stocks rose on Thursday, putting the S&P 500 on the cusp of finishing out the year higher as another decline in jobless claims pointed to further improvement in the labor market.
A promised plan to restore long-term confidence in the euro boosted stocks and other risky assets Monday. The Dow Jones industrial average jumped 150 points, led by banks. Italian bond yields dropped sharply after the nation’s new government introduced austerity … Continue reading
The French President, Nicolas Sarkozy, says France and Germany must pull together to ensure stability at the heart of Europe.
HARRISBURG, Pa (Reuters) – Harrisburg’s mayor and five of its seven city council members voted on Monday to sell an incinerator and lease out parking garages, among the city’s biggest assets, moving closer to an agreement that could stave off … Continue reading