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Moody's downgrades its ratings of 28 banks in Spain, cites weakening of government's credit
Moody's lowers ratings on Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria on Spanish government aid request
Investor glee over Spain bank bailout of up to $125B morphs into market rout on debt concerns
Pressure rises on Spain to get aid for ailing banks, a rising threat to country's finances
Spanish banking sector confidence slammed by report of bank run, nation pays high bond rate
This country -- and especially its banks -- could be headed for more downside from these levels.
The strong rally is attributed to the aggressive fiscal and monetary policies to stabilize eurozone bond markets.
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Spain tells banks to raise euro50 billion against toxic assets, or merge with government help
When a new round of stress tests are released, it may force some of Europe's biggest U.S. buyers to become sellers.
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Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria, S.A.
Best Buy fell at the closing bell Thursday after providing full-year expectations that lagged analyst estimates.
Cotton, sugar and rice prices gained Thursday, but coffee fell, while remaining pricey.
Moody's Investors Service has downgraded the senior debt and deposit ratings of 30 Spanish banks, but left untouched the ratings of the country's three largest banks.
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters was surging in premarket trading after Starbucks said it would sell single-cup Starbucks coffee and Tazo tea for use in GMCR's Keurig brewing system.
India bulls will make money, euro bears will make money, but PIIGS will get slaughtered.
Could BBVA sell to JPMorgan? One report gives its deal predictions for 2011.
In a seller's market for many community banks, TheStreet looks at 10 smaller institutions that analysts believe are prey for larger acquirers.
There could be more trouble for European countries several years.
Spain will nationalize its weakest savings banks to cool investor concerns over sovereign debt.
A Portuguese bond sale has given investors some confidence in the financial sector.
The disconnect between the demand for small business loans and the availability of financing is hindering bank growth.
BBVA is acquiring a 24.9% stake in Turkiye Garanti Bankasi for $5.9 billion.
Standard Chartered's rights offering may be a little early, but other banks, including Barclays and UBS, are likely to follow close behind.
The BBVA Group (NYSE: BBVA) and the National Basketball Association (NBA) today announced a new multiyear marketing partnership that will highlight the bank’s financial products and services to the league’s ...
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