Monday, January 30, 2012

Auction 2012 banks

  • Auction 2012 is a weeklong series in collaboration with The Dylan has been the watering down of post-financial crisis reforms, to the point that banks are now bigger than ever and the bonuses keep flowing.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Occupy Los Angeles organizers said they wanted Friday the 13th to be an unlucky one for auction companies and banks they claim are profiting off foreclosed homes through corrupt methods.
  • (Neon Tommy)
  • Portugal will test investor appetite as it launches its debt auction other banks have recently lowered price forecasts for gold, including ANZ and Credit Suisse – however the majority remain bullish on gold's outlook for 2012.
  • (But Remain Bullish - goldseek)
  • Failed auctions are a real problems because land sales make up 74% of the revenue base of local governments up from 10% in the late 1990s. Local governments owe the state owned banks Rmb 10.7 trillion and 53% of that has to be paid back in 2012.
  • (An Alternative View -
  • Domestic banks continued to lend support thanks from the near 6 per cent Italy paid to sell one-year paper at a mid-December auction and marked the lowest level since June 2011.
  • (CTV)
  • Domestic banks continued to lend support thanks to ultra-cheap paying less than half what it did a month ago to sell one-year bills at its first auction of 2012. The yield on Italian 12-month bills fell to 2.
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  • The Furniture Bank of Central Ohio is holding a furniture auction on Saturday, February 4, 2012. The auction will be held at 2221 John Glenn Ave., Columbus, OH 43217. Doors open at 9 a.m. Auction begins at 10 a.m.
  • (Columbus Other Paper)
  • NEW YORK (Reuters) - Treasury prices fell on Tuesday as investors pushed for concessions in new debt auctions this week said his desk had seen selling by commercial banks recently, as well as by central banks in Europe.
  • (Reuters)
  • scheduled auctions and bank repossessions, slid by 34 percent in 2011, the lowest level since 2007, just as the housing market was starting to crumble. RealtyTrac said there were filings on 1,887,777 homes last year.
  • (Common Dreams)
  • Items for today's auction were to be provided by employees of Commercial, Foundation and Regions banks and FirstBank. Thursday's auction will have items supplied by Puryear residents, employees of Joe Mahan Ford and supporters of Rhea Public Library.
  • (Paris Post-Intelligencer)

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