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Iceland’s stock market index (OMX Iceland 15 Index) has hit rock bottom, losing 77.22% of its value in a single day. Iceland’s benchmark index last value was standing at 3004.62, when regulators decided to halt trading
Regulators halt stock trading in emerging-market exchanges. Is this for real? Further turmoil, instability and more less of everything (cash, investments, credit) is the emerging markets world’s response to greedy Wall Street today.
In a dramatic blow for Bush administration and his team of economists, the Congress finally rejected the $700 bailout package plan.
Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc has been forced to file for bankruptcy after spending a weekend trying to persuade either Barclays Plc or Bank of America, that the biggest underwriter of mortgage-backed securities still has some worth.
Fannie and Freddie – it sounds like the title of happy Disney family movie, but yet to many these two names are the equivalent of a horror film they do not necessarily want to watch.
The global credit crunch is now taking a bite of office lease rents. The mortgage meltdown is finally reaching its tentacles into commercial real estate both in the US and in the UK.
General Motors, one of the world’s largest auto manufacturer, faces liquidity problems that could lead to bankruptcy.
Investment banks and other financial institutions have been bombarding the world with losses reports for the past several months.
Merrill Lynch & Co. posted a $6.5 billion on mortgage write downs, the third straight quarterly loss.
When the numbers do the talk… see below a list of the most important equity indices from around the world…