LONDON, May 21 (Reuters) - European shares edged back on Tuesday from five-year highs, with some traders citing concerns over a possible end to... ...http://www.sify.com/finance/european-shares-slip-from-five-year-highs-news-default-nfvmOvbhahg.html
European shares rose as investors anticipated strong U.S. jobs figure, with unprecedented central bank monetary policy supporting equities. ...http://economictimes.feedsportal.com/c/33041/f/534038/s/29587a64/l/0Leconomictimes0Bindiatimes0N0Cmarkets0Cglobal0Emarkets0Cu0Es0Ejobs0Edata0Eoptimism0Eboosts0Eeuropean0Eshares0Carticleshow0C188652890Bcms/story01.htm
Continuing its upward march for the fourth straight day, the BSE benchmark Sensex today rose by 39 points to close at fresh 28-month high of... ...http://www.deccanherald.com/content/332913/sensex-rises-4th-day-up.html
The European Central Bank can only do so much to bolster lending to small- and medium-sized firms, ECB policymaker Benoit Coeure says. ORLEANS: The... ...http://economictimes.feedsportal.com/c/33041/f/537910/s/2c0c7247/l/0Leconomictimes0Bindiatimes0N0Carticleshow0C20A10A48930Bcms/story01.htm
† It is generally agreed that lending is currently constrained because existing banks are short of capital and their risk appetite is low due to... ...http://www.rediff.com/money/column/corporate-group-run-banks-are-they-useful/20130517.htm
The European Central Bank cut...
Data released this morning showed a...