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Tuesday Nov 18 | via The Advocate
The refinancing of $228.54 million in state general obligation bonds saved taxpayers $12 million, state Treasurer John Kennedy said Tuesday. "We refinanced to generate savings on money that was borrowed to fund construction projects across Louisiana," Kennedy said in a prepared statement shortly after completion of the refinancing. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 12 | via Castanet.net
Ian Somerhalder, star of The CW series "Vampire Diaries," has publicly shown his opposition to a proposal to set up a fracking well in a community north of New Orleans. Nola.com/The Times-Picayune reports that Somerhalder attended a public meeting Wednesday where many in the crowd waved signs against the proposed well in Louisiana's St. Tammany Parish. Comment?
Monday Oct 27 | via Business Wire
This includes net after-tax realized and... )--AmeriGas Partners, L.P. announced today that it intends to release its fourth quarter earnings after the market close on November 12. The company will... )--Mavenir Systems today reported financial results for the third quarter 2014, provided its outlook for the fourth quarter and updated its outlook for... )--Compass Minerals announces the following results of its third-quarter 2014 operations: Net earnings rose to $87.9 million, or $2.60 per diluted sha... )--Apollo Residential Mortgage, Inc. today announced the Company will hold a conference call to review its third quarter 2014 financial results o... Goldman Sachs Recognizes Eagle Eye Networks Founder & CEO Dean Drako as One of the '100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs of 2014' )--Goldman Sachs honors Eagle Eye Networks CEO Dean Drako as a '100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs of 2014'. Comment?
Oct 1, 2014 | via NEWS.com.au
TWO high school English teachers stand accused of having a threesome with a student, 16, after he bragged about the encounter at school. ONLY a day after a man in Texas was diagnosed with the deadly Ebola virus, another potential case has emerged in the US holiday mecca of Honolulu. Comment?
Aug 28, 2014 | via Daily World
Rent stress is disturbing trend for Louisiana Rent stress. That's the formal term that describes a growing phenomenon in Lafayette and across the United States. Comment?
1 min ago | via Reuters
Contracts to buy previously-owned U.S. homes unexpectedly fell in October, dropping to their lowest level in four months and casting a shadow over the housing market's recovery. The National Association of Realtors said on Wednesday its Pending Home Sales Index, based on contracts signed last month, dropped 1.1 percent to 104.1. Economists polled by Reuters had forecast pending home sales rising 0.5 percent last month. Comment?
3 min ago | via Reuters
The dollar's decline against most major currencies accelerated early Wednesday after disappointing U.S. home sales data fed worries the U.S. economy was losing momentum in the final quarter of 2014. The U.S. Commerce Department said sales of new single-family homes gained 0.7 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 458,000 units, short of the 472,000-unit pace projected by analysts polled by Reuters. Comment?
3 min ago | via KMIR 6
The number of Americans signing contracts to buy homes fell slightly in October as tight credit and lagging wages remained financial hurdles for would-be homebuyers. The National Association of Realtors says its seasonally adjusted pending home sales index fell 1.1 percent the past month to 104.1. The index remains below its 2013 average but is 2.2 percent higher than last October. Comment?
11 min ago | via MarketWatch
Sales of new single-family homes ticked up in October to the fastest pace in five months, as the market continued to slowly grow, according to government data released Wednesday. The U.S. Commerce Department reported that new-home sales rose 0.7% in October to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 458,000. Comment?
Thursday Nov 13 | via The Economist
AT THE time it seemed to make sense. Interest rates were much lower in Switzerland than in central Europe before the financial crisis, so millions of Hungarians, Poles, Romanians and Croats borrowed in Swiss francs to buy houses at home. Comment?
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