Monthly Archives:  September 2011

  • Market News

    Full Story | 14th September 2011
    European Markets European markets are called to open lower this morning. Asian Markets Asian Markets are trading lower in the current session.   US Markets Stocks closed in positive territory to end a choppy trading .
  • Microsoft May Disappoint With 19% Payout Boost

    Full Story | 13th September 2011
    Microsoft Corp., the world’s largest software maker, is likely to raise its dividend 19 percent as early as this week, frustrating investors who are clamoring for a bigger payout from its $52.8 billion cash hoard. .
  • Merkel warns on Greece, Obama voices U.S. alarm

    Full Story | 13th September 2011
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel sought on Tuesday to quash talk of an imminent Greek default as the United States voiced fresh concern at the euro zone’ inability to master its debt crisis. Merkel said in .
  • HP extends $11.2 billion Autonomy offer

    Full Story | 13th September 2011
    Hewlett-Packard has extended the deadline for its $11.2 billion takeover of British software company Autonomy, with analysts predicting the U.S. firm is on course to succeed. HP has extended the deadline for the offer to .
  • FTSE, CAC and DAX Set to Gain

    Full Story | 13th September 2011
    European stocks are expected to make healthy gains at the open following a report that Italy is seeking support in the bond market from China. The report from the Financial Times helped Wall Street close .
  • Market News

    Full Story | 13th September 2011
    European Markets European Markets are called to open higher this morning. Asian Markets Asian Markets are trading higher in the current session. US Markets Stocks finished a choppy session higher Monday, as investors who have .
  • Global stocks hit hard by Greek worries

    Full Story | 12th September 2011
    World shares tumbled nearly 2 percent on Monday with European equities at 26-month lows, down more than 20 percent this year, as investors worried Greece would default amid signs of rifts among euro zone policymakers. .