As Ireland, Portugal, and other European nations sell bonds, the country that sparked the sovereign-debt crisis says it may also sell bonds before year-end.
By Neal Armstrong and David Goodman, Bloomberg|January 09, 2014 at 11:29 AM
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Europe’s financial markets are picking up where they left off at the end of 2013, extending a rally in bonds and stocks that’s making the region’s sovereign debt crisis little more than a fading memory.
Two Parker Poe attorneys write that they believe 2018 will see a growing emphasis on disputes arising from corporations' delays in notifying the public, the affected individuals and regulatory bodies about their breaches.