Tuesday Nov 19
Dimon's 2008 China Views May Come Back to Haunt Him
The internal company e-mail from a JPMorgan investment banker, which surfaced in 2010 amid a legal battle between the bank and creditors of Washington Mutual, recounted a wide-ranging conversation between Dimon and Banco Santander Chairman Emilio Botin.
Why International Investors Have Renewed Confidence in Spain
With the worst moments of the economic crisis and the eurozone debt problem seemingly past, some European countries are beginning to see improvements in their economies and labor markets.
The Washington Post
Telefonica Is Said to Seek Partner in Mexico to Challenge Slim
Telefonica SA has approached potential acquisition targets and partners in Mexico, where it's seeking to challenge billionaire Carlos Slim's dominance, according to three people familiar with the matter.
Fitch Revises Rating Outlooks on BBVA and Santander Latam Subs' Ratings
NEW YORK, November 12 Fitch Ratings has revised the Rating Outlook to Stable from Negative and affirmed the ratings of some Latin American subsidiaries of Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria and Banco Santander, following the Nov. 8 affirmation of BBVA's and Santander's Issuer Default Ratings and Viability Rating which followed a similar rating action ... (more)
The Motley Fool
Spain Is Out of the Recession: 3 Spanish ADRs You Should Consider
After eight quarters of contraction, Spain's gross domestic product, or GDP, experienced 0.1% growth which marked a turning point for the fourth-largest economy in the euro zone.