The Bluebirds manager has had his future thrown into doubt after Tan dismissed Iain Moody to replace him with his son's friend Alisher Apsalyamov
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Wednesday 22 September 2010
The gaping hole in the public finances was laid bare yesterday after borrowing grew to a record level in August as interest payments on sovereign debt jumped in line with higher inflation.
Tuesday 21 September 2010
One of the world's premier rating agencies yesterday backed the UK's economy by maintaining its top credit rating, despite fears that the Government's cuts could send the country into a double-dip recession.
Thursday 26 August 2010
The colossal expense of rescuing Ireland's troubled banking sector has hit the republic's international credit rating once again.
Saturday 24 July 2010
Ratings agencies may downgrade Hungary's sovereign debt after it snubbed the International Monetary Fund and rejected austerity measures in favour of a pro-growth policy to woo voters ahead of municipal elections in October.
Tuesday 20 July 2010
Wednesday 14 July 2010
Portugal was dealt a blow yesterday as Moody's cut its credit rating, warning the economy would weaken further in the next few years.
Thursday 01 July 2010
There really is no loyalty in this world any more. You can see why people might have concerns about the outlook for Moody's, the credit ratings agency. All that regulatory scrutiny following the financial crisis can't be healthy for it, and Europe is mulling setting up its own rival to the big American firms. These are hardly auspicious times. Still, Moody's must be a little put out to see its own credit rating put on negative watch by rival Standard & Poor's. Presumably we can expect it to return the favour?
Monday 21 June 2010
BP PLC said today that its partners in the leaking Gulf of Mexico oil well must share responsibility for the costs in dealing with the disaster, on which BP said it has now spent $2 billion.
Saturday 19 June 2010
BP Plc's costs for the worst oil spill in US history appeared set to rise as a partner in the out-of-control well laid the blame at BP's feet and the new federal tsar overseeing damage claims said BP would pay more if $20 billion (£13.5m) was not enough.
Thursday 03 June 2010
Beleaguered oil giant BP came under more pressure today after its credit rating was cut amid fears over the soaring cost of the Gulf of Mexico disaster.
Thursday 03 June 2010
The fundamental reason for Moody's disastrously optimistic credit ratings on billions of dollars of mortgage derivatives was not fraud or conflicts of interest, but simply the failure to predict a nationwide housing market collapse in the US, Warren Buffett said yesterday – and even he hadn't predicted such a thing.
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