EURO GOVT-Spanish yields jump; bailout fears grow Euro zone finance ministers signed off on a lengthy memorandum of understanding with Spain, spelling out the terms of an agreement to bail out its banks with up to 100 billion euros of rescue money. Spanish 10-year bond yields rose 10 basis ... 07/20/2012 - 1:24 am | View Link
Spanish Banks Soar as European Leaders Allow Bailout Funds to Be Directly Given to Banks The recent EUR 100 billion in bailout funds offered to Spain would have previously been lent to the Spanish Government ... to the banks instead of adding debt to the government's books. "I think the elements we put together will reassure the markets ... 07/3/2012 - 1:20 am | View Link
EURO GOVT-Spanish yields hit 7 pct; bailout threatens Yields on Spain's 10-year bonds rose as much as 25 basis points to a euro-era peak of 7.02 percent while Spanish ... shore up its banks, a move that failed to reassure markets. If Spain were cut to junk, some index-tracking investors would ... 06/14/2012 - 5:17 am | View Link
Markets Skeptical of Spain's Bank Bailout And investors were selling Spanish and Italian stocks and bonds amid skepticism that the euro ... financial infusions for its banks that euro zone finance ministers agreed to on Saturday. The yield on Spain’s 10-year bonds, a measure of ... 06/11/2012 - 8:00 am | View Link
Spain Bank Bailout Should Boost Markets for Now Investors will have their first chance to react to the bailout as markets open Monday. The package includes loans of up to $125 billion for Spanish banks from ... for U.S. stocks for the third year in a row. The rescue should soothe bond investors, who ... 06/10/2012 - 11:11 am | View Link
IBM's Watson pulls together cognitive processing, natural language capabilities, and vast, vast stores of data, and it does it so well that it famously beat trivia superchamp Ken Jennings in a televised game of Jeopardy. Without much exaggeration, it's one of the most impressive feats of computing ever pulled off by mankind.
PowerUp 3.0, a device that lets you control paper airplanes with a smartphone app, is becoming the must-have new toy, though, sadly, it won't be available in time for Christmas. That hasn't stopped people from lining up to preorder and support the project on Kickstarter. It's inventor, Shai Goitein (working with smartphone gadget maker company TobyRich) was hoping to raise $50,000.