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  • Mexico hopes to hold onto $72 billion IMF credit line: finance minister

    ACAPULCO (Reuters) - Mexico hopes to hold onto a flexible credit line with the International Monetary Fund worth around $72 billion in order to help protect the country's financial markets, Finance Minister Luis Videgaray said on Friday. Videgaray said...
  • Wall St. tactic for fighting investor claims seen as double standard

    (Reuters) - Securities brokerages have long required retail investors to bring their complaints to the arbitration forum run by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. But recent cases show that Wall Street embraces an entirely different strategy...
  • Wall Street orders up GrubHub in market debut

    CHICAGO — Investors filled up on shares of GrubHub in the company's first day of trading. GrubHub shares rose as high as $40.80 on Friday and ended up 31%, at $34. The Chicago company's gains came even as the overall stock market fell, with the Dow...
  • Capital flows, improving trade to prop yuan up in second-half

    SHANGHAI (Reuters) - The rare and dramatic slide in the yuan exchange rate that has shaken the outlook for the currency is unlikely to last long as trade rebounds and capital inflows resume. While most foreign exchange traders have abandoned their...
  • BoE's Haldane says funds can also be 'too big to fail'

    LONDON (Reuters) - A top Bank of England official put the world's $87 trillion asset-management industry on alert on Friday, saying it posed some of the same "too big to fail" risks that are being tackled by reforms at major banks. Although asset...
  • New rules help stock exchanges fight back against 'dark pools'

    LONDON (Reuters) - The European Union's plan to cap the number of shares that can be traded anonymously could give traditional stock exchanges such as Deutsche Boerse and the London Stock Exchange the chance to win back some of the ground they have lost...
  • Embarrassment of riches drives Australia funds to embrace high risk

    SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian pension funds are investing in riskier assets to overcome an embarrassment of riches - they have too much money and too few investment opportunities. This not entirely unwelcome problem is the result of Australia's mandatory...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Feinstein Foundation Pledges $1 Million To Match Donor Contributions To End Hunger

    Although the holidays are over, the need for food among our low-income neighbors is not. To this end, The Feinstein Foundation will divide $1 million among anti-hunger agencies nationwide that raise funds during the months of March and April that are...
  • China yuan seen resuming rise on export recovery from second quarter

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's yuan is expected to tread a steady upward curve for the rest of this year, as investors anticipate an improving export picture from the second quarter and the economy could regain strength on Beijing's policy support, a Reuters...
  • BoE's McCafferty says UK housing market activity still weak: paper

    LONDON (Reuters) - Activity in Britain's housing market is still much weaker than would be expected in a fully functioning market, according to a Bank of England policymaker who played down fears of a housing bubble. Monetary Policy Committee (MPC)...
  • IMF loan conditions grow despite vows to limit them: study

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The number of conditions the International Monetary Fund attaches to its loans has grown in recent years, despite promises to limit what critics see as onerous requirements, a study showed on Wednesday. The European Network on Debt...