The Spanish government Monday launched its long-awaited 50-year bond, stretching the maturity of the country’s debt into new territory, the finance ministry said. The country raised 1 billion euros ($1.31 billion) through a so-called private placement, meaning the bonds were sold directly to specific investors.
- 82Follow up of my post on BIG COMPANIES NOW HAVE A HAND IN THE COLLABORATIVE ECONOMY Here is one picture.
- 80Greek debt tracker As the government in Athens haggles with its lenders over economic reforms,Greece is running out of money. Here is what it owes in the upcoming months. http://www.ft.com/ig/sites/2015/greek-debt-monitor/
- 80Please visit the souce :: http://econbrowser.com/archives/2014/09/interpreting-the-yield-curve-some-pictures Recently Jim highlighted the odd behavior of the various Treasury term premia. Here are some additional thoughts. First, from “Debt market goes off script” in the WSJ: Yields on short-term U.S. Treasury debt maturing in two to five years hit the highest level since…
- 79Publicis CEO Maurice Levy's last-ditch offer to let Omnicom chief John Wren be CEO couldn't save the $35 billion deal to create the world's largest advertising company. http://postcards.blogs.fortune.cnn.com/