Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Puerto Rico Dips Into Cash to Repay Loan - Wall Street Journal Wednesday December 11th, 2013 at 2:27 PM

Puerto Rico Dips Into Cash to Repay Loan - Wall Street Journal

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Puerto Rico Dips Into Cash to Repay Loan
Wall Street Journal 
The financially strapped territory had planned to use proceeds from a new bond sale to pay off the loan this month, but the island hasn't tapped the market. The island's bonds have plunged in value this year as investors feared its large debt load and

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Task Force to help Puerto Rico 'maximize federal funds' | News is my ... 

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A team of federal officials representing several agencies will come to Puerto Rico next month to help the local government navigate through the economic crisis, prompting more rumblings of the possibility of a receivership for ...

Puerto Rico bishop election cancelled - Episcopal Digital Network 

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[Episcopal News Service] The Standing Committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Puerto Rico cancelled the election scheduled for Dec. 7, according to a Dec. 4 statement on the diocese's website. “It was an extremely difficult ...

PUERTO RICO SINKING?Economic crisis spurs ... - Day Today News 

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Whіlе аll eyes hаνе focused on Detroit's jot down bankruptcy, аn mercantile predicament іѕ deepening іn Puerto Rico thаt most experts ѕау mау bе distant some-more damaging tο thе U.S. economy. Puerto Rico hаѕ bееn ...

Puerto Rico Police Say MN Tourist Drowns « CBS Minnesota

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Puerto Rico police say a 30-year-old tourist from Minnesota has died while snorkeling off the island's north coast. Police said the victim was snorkeling with several other people about a mile (kilometer) off Cerro ... Latest News ...

Puerto Rico's Next Victim: Your Pension Fund - The American Interest 

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Americans can no longer afford to ignore the snowballing bad news from Puerto Rico: experts are warning that the island's economic implosion might very well disturb retirement funds on the mainland. Fox News reports:.
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Puerto Rico's Economy Is In Shambles, It Must Be Rejuvenated

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Op-Ed Contributors: Why Machiavelli Still Matters

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Puerto Rico's justice secretary under fire

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Puerto Rico's justice secretary is under fire for going to a police station to visit a former law firm partner who had been arrested for alleged drunk driving.

Puerto Rico's Economic Crisis Returns Statehood to Spotlight -

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Puerto Rico's Economic Crisis Returns Statehood to Spotlight
Tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans have moved to the U.S. mainland in recent years in an effort to escape the economic crisis at home, and the influx is raising questions about the island's political status as well. Both in Florida, home to nearly 1 ...
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