financial-market love



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  • adjective Attributive form of financial market, noun.


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  • The Financial Stability Oversight Council, comprising top financial regulators and created by the Dodd-Frank financial-overhaul law, last month sent letters to so-called financial-market utilities—the minutes didn't specify which or how many—saying they are being considered for designation as systemically important.

    'Too Big to Fail' Clearinghouse Hunt

  • Other lenders said it was important to be rid of TARP, which has developed a stigma as public sentiment soured on the notion of financial-market bailouts.

    Tale of Two Loan Programs

  • First, exports to the U.S. and Europe could take a hit because of both slowing economies and financial-market turmoil, which may dent both consumer and corporate sentiment.

    Concerns Loom After Japan GDP Surprise

  • Neither the financial-market turmoil nor the economic outlook for the 17-nation euro zone are likely to improve in the near term, which the ECB acknowledged by extending its emergency support programs for banks into 2013.

    Central Banks Step Up Battle to Contain Crisis

  • For more than a year, Italy has fought a campaign for eurobonds to ease the financial-market pressure on the bloc's weaker members, and has won support from some other euro governments as well as left-leaning opposition parties in France and Germany.

    Eurobond Debate Rises in Germany, France

  • Italy has speeded up its deficit-cutting plans in recent days only under financial-market duress, German officials point out.

    Eurobond Debate Rises in Germany, France

  • Portugal appeared close behind, and financial-market panic was infecting Spain.

    In Euro's Hour of Need, Aide Gets 'Madame Non' to Say Yes

  • But European leaders appear determined to carry out budget-cutting plans put in place last year, despite slowing growth and persistent financial-market turmoil caused by the currency bloc's debt crisis.

    Geithner Warns Europeans

  • Athens is being told by other governments, and by the financial-market traders who are the successors of the traders in the ancient agora marketplace, that others in general, and Germany in particular, are a model for Greece.

    It's all a far cry from ancient Greece, but hubris is with us still

  • Issuing common bonds would allow the 17-nation euro zone to harness the collective strength of its $13 trillion economy, relieving the financial-market pressure on countries such as Italy and Spain, which can no longer borrow cheaply.

    Eurobond Debate Rises in Germany, France


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