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added: 17-09-2008

Asian markets were hit again by nervousness over the Lehman Brothers collapse and question marks over the health of other big names on Wall Street.
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added: 16-09-2008

The Lehman Brothers collapse saw shares in America and Europe plunge after a smaller than expected fall in Asia-Pacific shares yesterday was tempered by Japan, China and South Korea being closed for a holiday.

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added: 11-09-2008

Struggling US investment bank, Lehman Brothers says its third quarter loss will be a much worse than expected $US3.9 billion ($A4.87 billion).
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added: 10-09-2008

The struggling US investment bank, Lehman Bros has brought forward its third quarter financial statement by a week, and has promised also to detail new capital initiatives after its shares sank 45% on Wall Street overnight.

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added: 09-09-2008

Markets thought the world was saved; judging by the size of the rebounds in the past day after the saving of America's imploding mortgage giants, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
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added: 08-09-2008

There have been 29 IPOs during the first eight months of 2008, with only a single IPO between April and July. But in August, four companies went public, a level of activity we have not seen in quite a while.
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added: 08-09-2008

NYSE Euronext reported transaction volumes for its global cash equities and derivatives exchanges for August 2008. Despite a decline in year-over-year volume from August 2007, which was the most active August in NYSE Euronext history due to extraordinary market conditions, year-to-date volumes in 2008 remained strong with double-digit growth across all of NYSE Euronext’s products and exchanges.
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added: 08-09-2008

US stocks finished down for the week, but with a small bounce late Friday which some commentators claimed to be related to reports that troubled investment bank, Lehman Brothers will raise capital and a claim by big noting US investor, Barton Biggs that the market is near a bottom.
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added: 01-09-2008

It's hard to feel sorry for a bunch of investors in the US and here who think things are getting better. For example, in just 24 hours Wall Street went from boom, as the economy surges on export drive, to the grim reality that US consumers are not spending: exports might account for around 19% of the US economy at most, consumers for upwards of 70%, the strength is with consumers.
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added: 25-08-2008

Asian stocks, including Australia fell last week, sending the region's benchmark index to its lowest in more than two years. But Friday's quick reversal of Thursday's commodity price spike, led by oil, should steady markets in the region today, and Australia's bounce on Friday off the back of the higher resource stocks, could be sustained if resource stocks are resilient..
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