Mumbai Stock Exchange May Sell Shares Locally, Abroad (Update8) (Bloomberg.com)
Dec. 22 (Bloomberg) -- India's Mumbai stock exchange may sell shares to the public under government orders to improve transparency, tapping record investment from overseas.
2004 IN REVIEW: MERGING AND CONVERGING (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Business news in Southern Nevada mirrored the country in 2004. A rebounding economy, roller-coaster gasoline prices, corporate mergers, and record earnings were stories with national implications that had local undertones.
Business News (Independent's Internet Edition)
The euro surged to a fresh record high point of 1.3543 dollars in European trading on Friday and economists saw further falls ahead for the US currency.
Mumbai Stock Exchange May Sell Shares Locally, Abroad (Update5) (Bloomberg.com)
Dec. 22 (Bloomberg) -- India's Mumbai stock exchange, Asia's oldest and home to the country's benchmark index, may sell shares to the public locally and overseas to improve management, Chief Executive Rajnikant Patel said.
Kitco - Contributed Commentaries (Kitco.com)
For gold-stock investors and speculators, 2004 proved fascinating on multiple fronts. While gold stocks didnâ€™t perform as well as they did in 2003 in general, they still offered returns far in excess of the mainstream stock markets for contrarians willing to buy during the wicked spring correction.
Rainier Pacific Financial Group, Inc. Authorizes Additional Stock Repurchase Program (Business Wire)
TACOMA, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 22, 2004--Rainier Pacific Financial Group, Inc. (Nasdaq:RPFG) announced today that its Board of Directors has authorized its third stock repurchase programfor up to 5.0% of its outstanding common stock, or 353,860 shares.
Tech could have been a wreck (San Diego Union-Tribune)
Tech football lost 18 scholarships over three years from 1999-2001 after the NCAA penalized the school for academic certification improprieties. Which all adds up to another question: How do they overcome all this?
AUSTRALIAN Newspaper Highlights - Dec 20, 2004 (Asia Pulse via Yahoo! Australia & NZ News)
SYDNEY, Dec 20 Asia Pulse - Highlights of today's newspapers: THE DAILY TELEGRAPH- A teacher who had an affair with a teenage student has beaten an appeal against a $;28,000 payout for psychological injuries caused by the investigation.- John Brogden reveals he puts his family first; The NSW Liberals will run against their coalition partners, the Nationals, in some seats at the next election; PM