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BUSINESS
February 21, 2009 | TOM PETRUNO
Until last year, many Americans may have figured they had a good idea of what constituted a truly risky investment or financial strategy. Then came the collapse of housing prices, the hemorrhaging of the global banking system and the worst stock market crash since the 1930s. We thought we knew something about risk. We didn't know nearly enough. We thought we knew the difference between investing and speculating. Now, every money decision just feels like a spin of the roulette wheel.
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WORLD
July 25, 2010 | By Tracy Wilkinson, Los Angeles Times
Forensic workers have recovered 51 bodies, some burned and mutilated, from a mass grave believed linked to Mexico's raging drug war, authorities said Saturday. The site near a trash dump in the northern border state of Nuevo Leon is the second-largest clandestine grave found in recent weeks. Nuevo Leon Gov. Rodrigo Medina said most of the dead were probably drug traffickers killed in fighting with rivals. But he acknowledged that the bodies had yet to be identified. "They could have been people linked to organized crime, [killed in]
BUSINESS
December 14, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Optimism on Tuesday that the Federal Reserve Board will win the war against inflation caused yields on some longer-term Treasury securities to move lower than the yields on securities with shorter maturities. The yield on the Treasury's five-year note closed at 7.83%, compared to 7.82% for the Treasury's 10-year issue. Such an inversion last occurred in September, 1989, said Hugh Johnson, chief investment officer at First Albany Corp.
SCIENCE
September 30, 2013 | By Melissa Healy
The Chinese red-headed centipede is one of those creepy-crawlies you might run from. But its venom appears to hold potentially powerful medicine against pain, a group of researchers in Australia and China has found. Properly distilled and purified, the arthropod's venom proved a more potent analgesic in mice than morphine, and at doses 10 time higher than those used, appeared to have no physiological side effects such as changes in heart rate or blood pressure. That makes the colorful centipede's venom more promising as a painkiller than certain spider venoms, which operate on the same mechanism but which also affected heart function, muscles and nerves in ways that made the venoms fatal to rats.
NEWS
February 25, 1986 | United Press International
Human remains and personal effects have been found by a U.S.-Laotian team excavating the wreckage of an American warplane shot down in 1972 during the Vietnam War, a U.S. military spokesman said Monday. The discoveries came in the early stages of the excavation in the southern Laos province of Savannakhet, which borders Thailand.
BUSINESS
December 13, 1994 | From Bloomberg Business News and Times Staff
Municipal bond yields inched up Monday amid lingering concern about Orange County's bankruptcy filing and a rebound in yields on U.S. Treasury securities. "I still think people are afraid there will be another Orange County," said Paul Hylle, who manages about $1.6 billion in funds at IDS Financial Services. Muni yields both in and outside California jumped last week as some investors bailed out of bonds. The market had calmed Friday, but many analysts said investors remain uneasy.
BUSINESS
February 4, 1988 | Associated Press
Yields on 10-year Treasury notes fell in Wednesday's auction to the lowest level in a year as the government completed the second of three major debt auctions this week. The average yield was 8.21%, down from 8.88% at the last quarterly auction on Nov. 4. It was the lowest rate since 10-year notes averaged 7.25% on Feb. 4, 1987. The notes will carry a coupon rate of 8.125%, with each $10,000 in face value selling for $9,942.70.
BUSINESS
November 10, 1992 | Associated Press
Yields on three-year Treasury notes rose in Monday's auction to the highest level in six months as the government began its $37-billion quarterly refunding. The average yield was 5.17%, up from 4.69% at the last auction Aug. 11. It was the highest rate since three-year notes averaged 5.96% on May 5. The notes will carry a coupon interest rate of 5.125%, with each $10,000 in face value selling for $9,987.70. A total of $15.56 billion in notes was sold out of bids totaling $36.12 billion.
BUSINESS
July 15, 1990
Highest seven-day compound yields for period ended July 10. Yields represent compounded rate of return to shareholders for past seven days. Past returns are not necessarily indicative of future yields. Investment quality and maturity may vary among funds. GOVERNMENT ONLY Average 7.79% 1 Fidelity Spartan US Govt MMFk 8.69 2 Benham Govt Agency Fund k 8.41 3 Fidelity US Treasury MMF k 8.34 4 Transamerica US Govt Cash Res k 8.29 5 Dreyfus US Guar MM Acct LP k 8.25 6 Kemper Money Market Govt Port 8.
BUSINESS
June 10, 1990
Highest yields reported by federally insured banks and thrifts as of June 6 based on the lowest minimum deposit to open an account. National average based on yields offered by 100 largest banks and thrifts in the 10 largest markets. Southern California averages based on yields offered by 10 largest area banks and thrifts. MONEY MARKET ACCOUNT National average: 6.20 S. California average: 5.82 First Signature B&T, Portsmouth, NH: 8.33 Metro. Bank for Svgs, Arlington, VA: 8.
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