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Argentina's Economy Minister Axel Kicillof

Argentina credit story grows murkier as talks collapse

30 July 2014

Argentina’s murky credit story grew even more complicated Wednesday as the US mediator said the country was headed to default after last-ditch talks with holdout creditors failed.

GFI Group logo

DERIVATIVES: GFI seeks flexibility with delisting

30 July 2014

Inter-dealer broker GFI Group is preparing to revert to private ownership as it plans to delist from the New York Stock Exchange as part of a management-led buyout of the firm’s wholesale broking and clearing operations.

Symetra Financial

Investors snap up small US high-grade deals

30 July 2014

Three issuers braved the US high-grade market to price US$1bn of bonds on Wednesday, as the Federal Reserve ended a two-day open market meeting.

A menu is pictured at an IHOP restaurant in Los Angeles

DineEquity readies ABS backed by IHOP, Applebee's

30 July 2014

DineEquity, the parent of food chains IHOP and Applebee’s, is about to follow another well-known restaurant chain, Hooters, into the securitization market.

James Saft - June 2014

Fed to widen Main St./Wall St. gap

30 July 2014 By

Fed’s dovish statement signals a potential sting down the road, says James Saft.

Keith Mullin Commentary image

The hippies try again

30 July 2014 By

IFR editor at large Keith Mullin responds to the latest report on bankers’ ethics

Peters 475px June 2014

Power of the prospectus

30 July 2014 By

Peters is sympathetic to Argentina’s legal plight.

Hugo Dixon

Euro crisis is sleeping, not dead

29 July 2014 By Hugo Dixon, Reuters Editor-at-Large

Eurozone policymakers may feel they can afford to relax this summer. That would be a terrible error. 

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