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WASHINGTON (AP) - Executives at the American International Group Inc. hid from its auditors the full range of risky practices at its financial products division even as losses mounted, according to documents obtained by a congressional panel examining Tuesday the chain of events that forced the U.S. government to bail out the conglomerate.
DUBAI: US Treasuries are the polar opposite of what emerging-market (EM) investors should be buying.
FRANKFURT: The worst rout in credit since the global financial crisis deepened in Asia despite the European Central Bank launching massive extra emergency stimulus and a cut in rates by its Australian counterpart.
WASHINGTON: The US futures regulator, in the rollout on Friday of its first new rules under the sweeping financial reform law, proposed to limit the control of banks and other firms in the clearinghouses that will soon manage most trade in risky swaps.
KUALA LUMPUR: A rally in oil helped cut Malaysia’s bond risk by the most among investment-grade nations as an embattled state-investment company sold assets to cut debt.
NEW YORK: American International Group Inc. on Friday disclosed details of the toxic securities that helped trigger a massive taxpayer rescue of the giant insurer.
LONDON: Thomas Cook Group Plc’s collapse may prove lucrative for some.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Key U.S. senators reached a partial agreement on Wall Street reform on Tuesday, but disputes over some issues continued, and the Senate adjourned without casting votes on amendments as planned.