PACF › iShares S&P LATIN AMERICA 40 I (PACF:ILF)
33.2901 +0.1601 (+0.48%)
2014-03-11 11:43:48, 15 min delay
|Year End Close||43.84|
|Year High Date||2014-01-02|
|Year Low Date||2014-02-03|
|52wk High Date||2013-03-11|
|52wk Low Date||2014-02-03|
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Today's Financial News
3 hours ago
DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — Inspections of Bangladesh garment factories under a new safety initiative have found cracked support beams, extra floors apparently built without a permit and exposed electrical cables chewed by rats. The inspections are being funded by a group of mostly European fashion brands in the aftermath of the Rana Plaza factory collapse that killed more than 1,100 people in April last year. They plan to check some 1,500 garment factories in Bangladesh this year.
3 hours ago
NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — Cyprus' president has appointed Auditor-General Chrystalla Georghadji as the bailed-out country's new central bank governor. The appointment comes a day after outgoing Governor Panicos Demetriades resigned for what he said were mainly "personal and family reasons." President Nicos Anastasiades was highly critical of Demetriades' handling of last year's rescue deal with other eurozone countries and the International Monetary Fund. He had even threatened to begin legal proceedings to oust Demetriades for failing to do his job properly
4 hours ago
LONDON (AP) — A U.S. investment firm has bought nearly a quarter of all the shares available to buy in New York-listed English soccer club Manchester United PLC. On its website, Baron says it "remains positive" on Manchester United's prospects. Manchester United is one of the most lucrative brands in the world of sport even though it's struggling this season following the departure of long-time manager Alex Ferguson.
4 hours ago
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Greek tax inspectors are being offered anger management classes after the government said they would have to continue enforcing a deeply unpopular emergency tax. Trifonas Alexiadis, deputy leader of the National Association of Employees at State Financial Services, said Tuesday that inspectors were being offered places at four-hour seminars funded by the European Union.