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Atlantic International Partnership Headlines: German Bunds Advance as Merkel Say …

Germany’s bonds rose, with 10-year yields falling the most in three weeks, as Chancellor Angela Merkel said Greece is running out of time to reach an agreement with international lenders to obtain another bailout. Ten-year bunds advanced for the first time in four days as a gathering of Greek political leaders was delayed until tomorrow as they struggled for a unified response to the demands of the European Commission, International Monetary

Altlantic International Partnership Headlines: Dennis Cochrane lands in educatio …

By Daniel McHardie, CBC News http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/story/2011/08/05/nb-cochrane-atlantic-education-international-149.html Dennis Cochrane has been appointed the president of Atlantic Education International. St. Thomas University. Former St. Thomas University president Dennis Cochrane has accepted a two-year position as the president of Atlantic Education International, an appointment geared at boosting the provincial government’s foreign education program. Cochrane, the former leader of the Progressive Conservative Party and a member of Premier David Alward’s transition team, has already started in the new

Atlantic International Partnership Headlines : U.S. Economy Gains Steam as 200,0 …

Employers in the United States added 200,000 jobs last month, the Labor Department said Friday, a report that came on the heels of a flurry of heartening economic news and signaled gathering momentum in the recovery. Consumer confidence lifted, factories stepped up production and small businesses showed signs of life. The nation’s unemployment rate fell to 8.5 percent, its lowest level in nearly three years. It was the sixth consecutive month

Altlantic International Partnership Headlines: Catalonia’s President Aims to L …

BARCELONA — The powerful leader of Spain’s Catalonia region is vowing to do his share to cut the country’s towering budget deficit, no matter the political cost, but is also calling on the central government in Madrid to push ahead with major unfinished economic reforms. By JONATHAN HOUSE http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702304567604576452040250711586.html?mod=googlenews_wsj Cutting the budget deficits of Spain’s regions is one part of the country’s challenge, along with narrowing the central government’s deficit and recapitalizing parts

Atlantic International Partnership Headlines: Weekly Euro currency forecast from …

Normal service is resumed this week, with my forecast of sterling down in the 1.12s meeting up with the reality of the pound ending the week at 1.1430! A nice way to be wrong though, unless you are heading back to the UK, but I think the majority, me included, like to see as high a rate as possible. Not only was I wrong in where we ended

Atlantic International Patnership Headlines: (LEAD) Samsung retains No. 1 positi …

SEOUL, May 22 (Yonhap) — Samsung Electronics Co. retained its No. 1 spot in terms of global market share of flat-panel TV sales during the first quarter of this year, a report showed Sunday. According to the report by market research firm DisplaySearch, Samsung Electronics sold 8.87 million units of flat-panel TVs during the January-March period, making up the largest portion of global sales with 18.5 percent. Its rival LG Electronics Inc.

Atlantic International Partnership Review: Is Japan Heading for Yet another ‘L …

It absolutely was supposed to become just an additional earthquake, only it registered a scale of 9.0 - and triggered a devastating tsunami. March 11, 2011 would unquestionably not be forgotten at any time soon by the Japanese men and women since the northern piece on the technologically-advanced nation was thrown into distress. Tsunami waves as higher as ten meters hit the coast and washed absent anything it passed inside of

Atlantic International Partnership Headlines: FINANCIAL MATTERS: The choices bef …

By: Ifeanyi Uddin I readily confess to a fascination with the “theory of unintended consequences”. But, a small clarification before anything further is written. My interest is not in the certainty that everything that may go wrong about a policy choice/decision is bound to. Confronted by almost six decades of inept and often cynical management of this economy, it is to be expected that we have come to associate “unintended consequences”