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- Fed Pumps Another $35B Into US Financial System Friday to Stem Credit Turmoil
- 8/10/07 The Fed pushed $35 billion in temporary reserves into the system Friday morning, on top of a similar move the day before...
- Stocks Pare Losses As Fed Adds More Funds to Stem Credit Crunch
- 8/10/07 The PPT is at it again. Earlier Friday, the Fed said it added $19 billion of temporary reserves to the banking system. CNBC's Steve Leisman then reported the Fed added an additional $16 billion to the Fed fund futures market through short-term repurchase agreements...
- European Central Bank Adds a Further $83.6 Billion in Liquidity
- 8/10/07 The European Central Bank made a second move to boost liquidity in the financial market Friday, putting 61.05 billion ($83.6 billion) into the euro money markets, having already injected 94.8 billion euros Thursday.
- Japanese Stocks Drop on Concern Subprime Losses Will Spread
- 8/10/07 Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc. led declines by financial companies and exporters such as Canon Inc. dropped on concern mortgage losses will lead to tighter lending conditions and slower global economic growth...
- Dow Sinks 387 on Renewed Credit Concerns
- 8/9/07 Wall Street's deepening fears about a spreading credit crunch sent stocks plunging again Thursday, with the Dow Jones industrials extending their series of triple-digit swings and falling more than 380 points. The catalyst for the market's latest skid: a French bank's announcement that it was freezing three funds that invested in U.S. subprime mortgages...
- Dow Plunges More Than 300 Points
- 8/9/07 Wall Street plunged again Thursday after a French bank said it was freezing three funds that invested in U.S. subprime mortgages because it was unable to properly value their assets. The Dow Jones industrials fell more than 380 points, according to preliminary calculations...
- Another subprime implosion slams markets
- 8/9/07 The Dow plunges on news that French bank BNP Paribas suspends three funds because of problems in the U.S. subprime market. Campbell's Soup is considering a sale of its Godiva Chocolatier business. News Corp. reports a profit, thanks to strong revenue from its cable division.
- Stocks Off Lows But Still Down Sharply Amid Subprime Worries
- 8/9/07 Stocks are off of session lows, but still firmly in negative territory, after three French hedge funds suspended redemptions due to problems in the U.S. subprime mortgage market. "What you want to find out is who has the most exposure to the credit derivative markets," said Arthur Hogan, managing director at Jefferies. "We don't know exactly how much damage has been done and how much follow-through there will be from subprime up the credit ladder."
- Stocks Slide Amid Credit, Economic Fears
- 8/3/07 Stocks fell sharply Friday amid fresh concerns that soured subprime mortgages will ignite a credit crunch and following weaker-than-expected economic readings. The Dow Jones industrials fell more than 230 points...
- Easy Money, Lifeblood Of Economy, Is Drying Up
- 7/26/07 In just a few days, shares of Internet travel company Expedia lost 12 percent of their value, one of the highest-flying executives on Wall Street watched his fortune shrink and the nation's largest mortgage lender said many Americans with good credit were in danger of losing their homes.