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Share Price: 170.34
Bid: 169.66
Ask: 169.70
Change: 8.12 (5.01%)
Spread: 0.04 (0.02%)
Open: 163.78
High: 170.34
Low: 163.36
Yest. Close: 162.22
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Lehman Pays Lawyers, Advisers $805.3 Million Through May

By Peg Brickley Of DOW JONES DAILY BANKRUPTCY REVIEW The month of May added another $39.2 million to the professional fee bills rung up in U.S. bankruptcy court by collapsed investment bank Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. (LEHMQ), bringing the total paid to lawyers and advisers working on the

24 Jun 10 19:36

AbitibiBowater Seeks To Pay Fees To Line Up $2.3B In Capital

By Eric Morath Of DOW JONES DAILY BANKRUPTCY REVIEW AbitibiBowater Inc. (ABWTQ) is seeking to pay fees to banks that will assist it in lining up more than $2.3 billion in capital that the newsprint maker says is necessary for it to emerge from Chapter 11 protection. In papers filed Wedne

24 Jun 10 19:06

EXTRA CREDIT: SEC Rule Change Makes Putables More Popular

By Anusha Shrivastava A DOW JONES NEWSWIRES COLUMN NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--A recent rule change by the Securities and Exchange Commission has led to the resurgence of a debt instrument called step-up certificates of deposit, or putables. Nearly $15 billion of step-up putables--loans that m

24 Jun 10 18:44

Agency Mortgage Bonds At 15-Year High As A Safe-Haven Buy

By Prabha Natarajan Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--Mortgage securities issued by government agencies--Fannie Mae (FNM), Freddie Mac (FRE) and Ginnie Mae--climbed to 15-year highs Wednesday as investors sought investments that are as safe as Treasurys but offer better returns.

23 Jun 10 22:19

ADR Report: Shares Close Mostly Flat On Cautious Outlook

By Victoria Finkle Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--International companies trading in New York ended close to flat Wednesday, following a fitful session during which the U.S. Federal Reserve kept interest rates low and took a cautious stance on the economic outlook. The Bank

23 Jun 10 22:11

Barclays Pres: Collins Plan Could Cut Credit Availability By $1.5 Tln

By Meena Thiruvengadam Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES WASHINGTON (Dow Jones)--A proposal that would prevent banks from counting trust preferred and other hybrid securities as Tier One capital could cut their ability to extend credit to customers by as much as $1.5 trillion, Barclays PLC (BCS, BARC.L

23 Jun 10 19:00

PRESS RELEASE: Moody's Investors Service Has Assigned The Rating Of Aa2/Vmig 1 To The Barclays Capital Inc. (MUNI. DERIV.) Floating Rate Trust Receipts, Series 2010-63B

The following is a press release from Moody's Investors Service: NEW YORK, June 23, 2010 -- Moody's Investors Service has assigned the rating of Aa2/VMIG 1 to the Barclays Capital Inc. (Muni. Deriv.) Floating Rate Trust Receipts, Series 2010-63B. The long-term portion of the rating on the trust ce

23 Jun 10 18:43

UPDATE: Cost Of Insuring Greek Highest Level Since May 7-CMA

(Updates prices, adds comment, background.) By Art Patnaude and Michael Wilson Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES LONDON (Dow Jones)--The cost of insuring Greek sovereign debt rose sharply Wednesday amid low levels of liquidity and widening in the country's government bond spread. Greece's fiv

23 Jun 10 15:49

Financial News: How Budget Tax Measures Will Affect The Banks

By Dominic Elliott Of FINANCIAL NEWS Measures announced as part of the U.K.'s emergency Budget will provide a fillip to Lloyds Banking Group's (LYG) business by the year 2012 and will hit earnings at the country's other four large universal banks by "just" GBP56 million on average--or less t

23 Jun 10 14:37

MARKET TALK: UK Banks To Pay GBP1.1B In 2011 In New Tax

0649 GMT [Dow Jones] U.K. banks will have to pay a combined GBP1.1 billion next year and GBP1.9 billion in 2012 in new taxes imposed by the U.K. government, JP Morgan estimates. Adds this is 4% and 5% of group earnings for those years, respectively. Says the levy is "less punitive" than expected, wi

23 Jun 10 07:49

UK MARKET TALK ROUNDUP: BROKERS COMMENTS

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23 Jun 10 07:49

MARKET TALK: Lloyds Banking Seen Benefiting From Budget

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23 Jun 10 07:21

UK MARKET TALK ROUNDUP: BROKERS COMMENTS

Broker comments in the UK today. Compiled by Dow Jones Newswires Markets Desk, markets.eu@dowjones.com Contact us in London. +44-20-7842-9464 Markettalk.eu@dowjones.com 0621 GMT [Dow Jones] The levy on banks imposed by the UK Chancellor is not as bad as expected and there is the further relie

23 Jun 10 07:21

Wednesday newspaper round-up: Budget, Asda, BP

Every household in Britain will be worse off after George Osborne unveiled £29bn worth of annual tax rises and the biggest cuts in public spending for almost a century. In an ambitious attempt to reduce the nation's borrowing, the Chancellor said everyone had to share the pain to repair "the ruins"

23 Jun 10 06:35

HEARD ON THE STREET: UK Levy Not Too Taxing For Banks

By Simon Nixon A DOW JONES COLUMN Following an election in which bank-bashing figured prominently, the U.K. banking sector can count itself lucky with the coalition government's emergency budget. Although Chancellor George Osborne is pushing ahead unilaterally with a bank levy, it is only ex

22 Jun 10 19:13

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