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The Dutch insurer has applied for more than $1 billion in U.S. government support and may buy a small U.S. thrift company to be eligible for the funds, a report says.
The insurer said it applied for capital under the Treasury's Troubled Asset Relief Program.
The owner of the Transamerica life-insurance company in the U.S. is considering tapping a 20 billion euro fund established by the Netherlands, according to a report.
Ability to withstand economic adversity is a factor in evaluating strength.
Goldman, Aegon, CPFL Energia and Developers Diversified upgraded; Virgin Media downgraded.
Merrill Lynch, Aegon and Chico's FAS are downgraded; Chipolte Mexican Grill and Fujifilm Holdings are upgraded.
Kona Grill, Aegon and Pool Corp. are upgraded, Cross Country Healthcare and Gerber Scientific downgraded.
Fixed-term policies have never cost less, but there are signs that's about to change.
Pessimism abounds in the EuroZone, providing opportunity for U.S.-based investors.
Here are a few Dutch plays that may perk up your portfolio on a weak greenback.
The major averages close near their lows of the day. Bonds are also weaker.
It will buy units of Aegon's Transamerica that lend to manufacturers and other businesses.
A change in attitude suggests the sideways market is losing strength.
Crumbling consumer demand, a weak dollar and bad investments crushed individual issues Monday.
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