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Kenneth G. Mondero

Cyprus Outlines “Unclear” Limits on Withdrawals

Mar 26 2013 @ 13:14
A day after the Cypriot government reached an agreement with the Eurogroup for the terms of the 10-billion euro bailout package, a new set of directives were given to bank managers today as citizens marched on the streets of Cyprus’ capital, Nicosia, in protest of the bailout terms. In a report presented by BBC’s Paul […]
 

Bitcoins: A New Currency on the Rise

Mar 26 2013 @ 03:46
Amidst a new financial crisis threatening the stability of the Eurozone, central banks trying to keep their currencies in check to boost their local economies, and governments tightening their grips to protect the integrity of the financial markets, one financial instrument in circulation around the world is on the rise and poised to become the […]
 

Cyprus Seals Deal To Prevent Financial Meltdown

Mar 25 2013 @ 06:50
After a week of uncertainty, Cyprus has finally reached a deal acceptable to both its parliament and its international creditors. The deal, formally announced earlier today, will spare deposits below 100,000 euros from any levy, in accordance with EU principles, but deposits above the said amount, however, will bear the burden of raising the 5.8 […]
 

BP Embarks on US$8 Billion Share Buy Back Spree

Mar 22 2013 @ 09:55
BP plc (LSE:BP.) will embark on a shares buyback programme in the next 12 to 18 months after the receiving the proceeds from the sale of its stake in the TNK-BP venture, the London-based oil giant said earlier Friday. In a statement, BP said it is going to spend $8 billion from the $12.48 billion […]
 

European Stock Markets Rise After Cyprus Rejects Bailout Deal

Mar 20 2013 @ 08:06
European stock markets turned green today after the Cypriot Parliament rejected the bailout proposal that would have taxed deposits in the country late evening yesterday. This is the first time a member of the Eurozone on the verge of a collapse defied the troika as opposed to the unpopular stance made by previously bailed out […]
 

Cyprus Parliament Turns Down Bailout Package

Mar 19 2013 @ 14:23
The Cypriot Parliament has just voted against the bailout package presented over to the table by the Eurozone. Thirty six votes turned down the proposal with 19 members of the Parliament abstaining, defeating the rescue measure that would have levied a tax on deposits in the island-state of Cyprus. The abstained votes came from President Nicos […]
 

Cyprus Crisis: Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

Mar 19 2013 @ 13:12
The whole world has set their eyes on the events unfolding in the tiny island state of Cyprus, whose Parliament is set to vote on whether to uphold or reject the bailout terms presented by 17-member Euro currency bloc. At the time I started my writing of this article, the Cypriot Parliament has just started […]
 

HSBC Faces Money Laundering Case Anew

Mar 19 2013 @ 08:14
HSBC Holdings plc (LSE:HSBA) is the first to draw blood amongst British banks this year as it faces yet another charge of money laundering and tax evasion cases, the same accusation that had the bank paying £1.2 billion (US$1.9 billion) to US authorities in 2012. Late yesterday, Argentina’s Administrador Federal de Ingresos Publicos de Argentina […]
 

Markets Down on Cyprus Bailout Crisis

Mar 18 2013 @ 09:12
Stock markets around the globe treaded downhill in reaction to the planned bailout of Cyprus that will see deposits in banks within the island state charged a one-time levy to avert bankruptcy – a move that spark public rage amongst Cypriots as well as emptying of ATM’s. On Saturday, the European Union and the International […]
 

Santander Follows Suit in Pay Package Disclosure

Mar 15 2013 @ 10:58
Following the trend in the UK’s banking sector, Santander UK is the latest bank to divulge a detailed report on how much its top executives received in 2012, a year full of controversy and billion pounds of fines that hit the sector. In its unedited annual report released earlier today, Santander disclosed there were 19 […]
 
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