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    Loan Trading Hits Two-Year High


    Basel Capital Rules May Hinder U.S. Insurers

    A systemically important financial institution designation for the three largest U.S. insurers — MetLife Inc., Prudential Financial Inc., and American International Group Inc. — may put them at a disadvantage to their competitors. Click here to continue reading.

    Cheaper Yen to Boost Japan Growth; RBI May Cut Rate

    Foreign institutional investors bought $179 million of equities across India, Indonesia, South Korea, the Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam in the week to Wednesday, compared with net sales of about $440 million the week prior. Click here to continue reading.

    Corporate Bankruptcies on the Decline

    Municipal Market 1Q 2013 STAT BOOK

    Bloomberg Municipal Market Q1 StatBook from Bloomberg Briefs Take a trial to our market leading Municipal Market newsletter - click here.

    Mount Kellett in Market Again With $4B New Fund

    By Sabrina Willmer Mount Kellett Capital Management, founded by two former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. executives, plans to raise a new fund matching the $4 billion gathered in 2012 for its last global special situations vehicle, according to two people familiar with the situation. Mount Kellett Capital Partners Fund III, which is targeting a first [...]

    Sears at Risk With Lampert at Helm: Gimme Credit


    Avanir May Gain Second Regulatory Backing for Nuedexta

    by Andrew Berens, MD, Senior Healthcare Analyst and Grace Guo, Bloomberg Industries Avanir’s Nuedexta may receive a decision from the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) this week as a treatment for pseudobulbar affect (PBA). Approval in the EU would be the second regulatory nod for the drug. PBA is also called emotional [...]

    U.S. Banks Make Further Progress on Basel III

    While the U.S. has delayed final Basel III implementation, most of the largest publicly traded banks are in early compliance based on their pro-forma estimates. Click here to continue reading.

    Drop in Gold Puts $1.1 Billion of Notes at Risk

    Page 1 of Structured Notes this week: Gold’s decline of about 14 percent in two days put more than a billion dollars of U.S. structured notes at risk. Inside the full edition: Rabobank makes deep cuts in its equity derivatives team amid tighter regulations, sales of notes in the Brazilian real tied to government debt [...]

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