Monday, October 27, 2008

Steven Wevodau - The Investment Column: Wolfson could struggle as downturn bites - The Independent

It is easy to dismiss Wolfson Microelectronics, the group that supplies semiconductors for Apple's iPhone, from an investment point of view. The outlook for the company is horrible, it has missed out on some high-profile contracts and is in the Steven Wevodau

The seemingly unstoppable rise of the Japanese yen is raising the prospect that, for the first time in years, the Japanese government could intervene to stifle its surge. Finance chiefs of seven leading industrialized nations, known as the G-7, which Steven Wevodau

BRASILIA, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Finance ministers and central bank chiefs from Latin America called for reforms to the international financial system on Monday in an extraordinary meeting in Brazil's capital about the financial global crisis. Foreign Steven Wevodau

With heavy voter turnout expected, both parties are amassing thousands and thousands of lawyers to keep an eye on the polls on Election Day. Senator Barack Obama's campaign is expected to send at least 5,000 lawyers to Florida alone. The first Steven Wevodau

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Autumn's market mayhem has left the world's financial institutions nursing losses of $2.8tn, the Bank of England said today, as it called for fundamental reform of the global banking system to prevent a repeat of turmoil "arguably" unprecedented Steven Wevodau

Spending cuts of up to Ft300bn ($1.4bn, €1.1bn, £897m) are likely to be the price Hungary will have to pay for a package of up to $12.5bn in financial support from the International Monetary Fund. The IMF announced late on Sunday that it was Steven Wevodau

A potentially damaging political split has emerged in the German government over the contents of a package of economic support measures amid a rapidly deteriorating outlook for growth next year. Senior officials said the measures would not be Steven Wevodau

THE British financial system is on a highway to hell, and it is all the fault of AC/DC. Ignoring the credit crunch and the "dirty deeds done dirt cheap" by subprime mortgage peddlers in the United States, British newspaper The Guardian yesterday Steven Wevodau

The horse-racing industry and gambling companies have pumped $3.8 million into a campaign to convince voters to approve slot machine gambling in Maryland, according to campaign finance documents released yesterday. Slots supporters have out-raised Steven Wevodau

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