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BRIEF-Independence Realty Trust obtains $100 mln term loan
* Independence Realty Trust Inc - entered into a seven-year,
million unsecured term loan that will reach maturity in
'Storm in a tea cup' - Catalonia is no repeat of euro crisis
LONDON (Reuters) - Even though Catalonia's bid for independence may be Spain's worst political crisis in decades, it has been no Grexit, Brexit or even Frexit for foreign investors.
Spanish sovereign, bank CDS prices rise after Catalonia independence call
LONDON, Oct 27 (Reuters) - The cost of insuring exposure to
Spanish sovereign and bank debt rose on Friday after the
Catalonian parliament declared independence, sparking worries of
a prolonged political crisis.
Spanish stocks dive 2% as Catalan parliament votes for independence
Spanish stocks tumbled even further Friday after Catalan's parliament voted to declare independence from Spain. The IBEX 35 sank 2% to 10,139.80 in afternoon trade. The yield on 10-year Spanish government bonds rose 4 basis points to 1.591%, according to Tradeweb. Yields rise as prices fall. Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy in a Friday afternoon tweet asked for peace for Spain and vowed the rule of law will be restored in Catalonia. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
UPDATE 2-Catalonia's leader rules out snap election, crisis deepens
* Madrid says independence leaders playing tricks
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Spanish stocks pare gains after Catalan president fails to call snap elections
Spanish stocks finished off session highs Thursday after the leader of the Catalan region failed to call anticipated snap elections. Catalan President Carles Puigdemont said he wouldn't call early elections because there was no guarantee the central government in Madrid would halt its move toward stripping Catalonia of autonomous rule, local reports said. Spain's IBEX 35 closed up 1.9% at 10,347.80. The benchmark had jumped as much as 2.7% intraday on reports Puigdemont would call snap elections. Separatists, led by Puigdemont, earlier this month held what the central government and Spanish constitutional courts deemed an illegal independence referendum. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Catalonia to declare independence if Spain cancels autonomy: report
Catalonia could formally declare its independence from Spain on Thursday, should the Spanish government in Madrid rescind the regions' autonomy, Catalan president Carles Puigdemont said, according to a report by Reuters. The Spanish government set a deadline for Thursday to resolve the domestic political conflict caused by Catalonia's independence referendum in which residents voted overwhelmingly for secession amid low voter turnout. Following the vote Puigdemont refrained from formally declaring independence in favor of dialogue with Madrid. It would take three to five days for Catalonia's autonomy to get suspended after a decision in Madrid, the report said. The political turmoil is the focal point for currency traders who are assessing the overall health of the eurozone's shared currency. The euro last bought $1.1793, compared with $1.1766 late Tuesday.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
BRIEF-Independence Holding Co announces a 42 pct increase in its annual dividend rate
Independence Holding Co(IHC). * Independence Holding Company(IHC) announces a 42 pct increase in its annual dividend rate. * Independence Holding Company (IHC) - board has voted to increase cash dividend by 42 pct to $.17 per share annually.
Spain asks Catalonia for independence clarification, hints at nixing region's autonomy
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Wednesday said he has asked Catalan President Carles Puigdemont to confirm whether or not he has declared independence, according to media reports. Rajoy accused Puigdemont of creating deliberate confusion with his statement Tuesday, when the Catalan leader said he intends to declare independence in accordance with the Oct. 1 vote's result but wants negotiations with the Spanish government first. Rajoy said the request for clarification is a step that is necessary before Madrid can make other moves. Such moves could include making use of Article 155 of Spain's constitution, which allows Spain's government to take over control of an autonomous region.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Spain relief helps world stocks index to fresh high
LONDON, Oct 11 (Reuters) - MSCI's 47-country 'All-World'
stocks index hit a fresh record high of 493.25
points on Wednesday, as relief that Catalonia stopped short of
declaring immediate independence from Spain pushed European
shares higher in opening trade.
Asian shares higher after Wall Street sets new record high
Asian stocks are advancing after Wall Street's main index closed at a record high and Spain's Catalonia crisis eased after an independence leader backed away from plans to break away immediately
Catalan leader delays call for independence from Spain
MADRID (MarketWatch) -- Catalan President Carles Puigdemont, in a highly anticipated address before the regional parliament in Barcelona, said he was "accepting the mandate" of the chaotic Oct. 1 referendum on Catalonia's secession from Spain but would suspend the prospect of declaring independence in favor of dialogue with the central government in Madrid. In his nationally televised speech, Puigdemont said those who had pushed for independence were "neither criminals nor crazy people." The people of Catalonia, or Catalunya in the local language, "have nothing against Spain or Spanish people," Puigdemont said.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Euro hits intraday high as Catalan leader calls talks with Madrid
The euro extended its rally on Tuesday, touching an intraday high of $1.1826, after Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont called for mediation with Madrid in a speech in Parliament. Puigdemont also said he assumed the mandate to form a republic for the Catalan people, who had voted in an independence referendum on Oct. 1. The Catalan leaders speech was seen as less disruptive to the integrity of the European Union and the common currency, which has been rattled by the regions calls for independence and the heavy-handed response by Spanish leaders recently, which closed down polling stations during the early October referendum for independence in Catalan. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Spanish court suspends Catalan parliament session, throwing independence call in doubt
Spain's Constitutional Court has suspended a session of the Catalan parliament scheduled for Monday.
INSIGHT-Plans to restart giant Bougainville mine stall as operating rights battle rages
* Bougainville due to hold independence vote in less than 2 yrs Bougainville government wants Panguna mine reopened in 2019. * BCL says emergence of Australian consortium impeding development. * Australian consortium head banned from Papua New Guinea. * Consortium member Hains says has good access to capital markets. * Consortium has been making payments to landowners. By Jonathan Barrett.
Catalan bank moves legal base amid independence turmoil
The decision by Sabadell, Spain's fifth-biggest bank, could be followed by CaixaBank on Friday.
Uber board votes in favor of SoftBank deal, governance changes
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc directors on Tuesday voted to allow Japan's SoftBank Group to invest in the ride services company and approved a series of governance changes that increases the independence of the board and decreases the influence of former Chief Executive Officer Travis Kalanick.
UPDATE 5-Spain's King condemns Catalan leaders as thousands take to streets
* Thousands of protesters march through Barcelona
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BRIEF-Tortoise Energy provides unaudited balance sheet information
* Tortoise Energy Independence Fund Inc provides unaudited
balance sheet information and asset coverage ratio update as of
Sept. 30, 2017
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Germany's DAX 30 index closes at record high as euro stumbles
Germany's DAX 30 index scored an all-time closing high on Monday after the euro slumped in the aftermath of the chaotic independence referendum in Catalonia. The Frankfurt benchmark ended 0.6% higher at 12,902.65, taking out its previous record close set on June 19. Meanwhile, the euro dropped to $1.1747 from $1.1814 late Friday in New York after more than 800 people were injured in clashes during an independence referendum in Catalonia, which the central government in Madrid has declared illegal. A weaker euro tends to support the German stock index, as its components are highly dependent on exports outside the eurozone. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Spain ETFs fall sharply after chaotic independence vote
Exchange-traded funds that track Spain's equity market fell on Monday, after an independence referendum in Spain's Catalonia region turned violent, leaving hundreds injured in clashes between police and voters. The iShares MSCI Spain Capped ETF lost 2.2%, its biggest one-day percentage drop since Aug. 10. More than 800,000 shares exchanged hands in the first two hours of trading, putting it on track to easily eclipse its 30-day average of about 850,000. The decline came after more than 800 people in the northeastern region of Catalonia were injured in clashes with police, as they cast ballots, or tried to, in a vote Sunday that the central government had declared illegal. The region's leaders said the referendum results were overwhelmingly in favor of independence with 90% of 2.02 million votes in favor of a split. A declaration of independence could come within days, as separatists hold a majority in the Catalan parliament. Outside of the day's volatility, the region has been a strong performer thus far this year, with the ETF up 24.4%. The iShares Currency Hedged MSCI Spain ETF fell 1.7% on Monday. The euro fell 0.6% against the dollar. The S&P 500 rose 0.1% on Monday, bringing its year-to-date rise to 12.7%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.3% and is up 13.7% for 2017.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Euro ruffled by Spanish vote; Asia data cheer stocks
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The euro took a knock in Asia on Monday as investors kept an anxious eye on an independence vote in Spain's Catalonia, while surprisingly strong economic news out of China and Japan offered support to equities and commodities.
Euro jolted briefly by Spanish vote, Asia data augur well
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The euro took a brief knock in Asia on Monday as investors kept an anxious eye on an independence vote in Spain's Catalonia, although surprisingly strong economic news out of China and Japan offered support to equities and commodities.
GLOBAL MARKETS-Euro jolted briefly by Spanish vote, Asia data augur well
SYDNEY, Oct 2 (Reuters) - The euro took a brief knock in
Asia on Monday as investors kept an anxious eye on an
independence vote in Spain's Catalonia, although surprisingly
strong economic news out of China and Japan offered support to
equities and commodities.
FC Barcelona wins in silence as Catalan referendum descends into chaos
The legendary soccer club FC Barcelona opted to play Sunday's match against Las Palmas before an empty stadium as the city and its Catalonian region descended into chaos over an independence referendum that the Spanish Constitutonal Court had ruled illegal. Leo Messi scored two goals in a 3-0 league win over the Canary Islands side. FC Barcelona opted just 25 minutes before kickoff to play behind closed doors at the 99,000-plus-capacity Camp Nou, according to a BBC report, after the La Liga rejection of a club request that the match be postponed in light of the atmosphere outside the ground, which by then reportedly featured a violent national-police crackdown on demonstrators and voters. The league, according to the BBC report, was believed to have threatened a penalty against Barcelona equivalent to a stripping away of two victories for a unilateral decision to postpone the match.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Theresa May: UK must deal with its debts
Theresa May's speech at the Bank of England marks 20 years of political independence for the central bank.
Vegas rolls out red, white, green carpet for Mexican holiday
Las Vegas never needs an excuse to party, and this entertainment oasis not far from Mexico is rolling out the red, white and green carpet starting Friday to celebrate Mexican Independence Day.
BRIEF-Independence Realty Trust Inc announces public offering of 12.5 mln common shares
Independence Realty Trust Inc(IRT). * Independence Realty Trust Inc(IRT) announces public offering of common stock. * Says offering 12.5 million common shares. * Independence Realty Trust (IRT) - intends to use net proceeds from offering to pay of purchase price for $228.1 million deal of 9-property multifamily portfolio Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
BRIEF-Independence Realty Trust announces agreement to acquire a portfolio of nine communities
* Independence Realty Trust announces agreement to acquire a
portfolio of nine communities
Catalonian independence vote would not hurt Spain's rating - DBRS
LONDON, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Ratings firm DBRS said Wednesday
it was "very unlikely" its rating for Spain would be
immediately damaged by the rich Catalonia region voting for
independence in October's disputed referendum.