814-passenger cruise ship, from Royal Caribbean (NYSE: RCL ). Terms are undisclosed. Royal Caribbean describes Celebrity Century as having ..... company plans to form a JV with Royal Caribbean to "manage the operations of the acquired
SAO PAULO, Sept 2 (Reuters) - Latin American currencies mostly weakened while stocks edged higher on Tuesday after encouraging U.S. manufacturing data strengthened the dollar and stoked risk...
scaling back their international operations, and selling and divesting assets in jurisdictions such as Africa, Asia and Latin America in order to focus on producing assets back home-assets in North Dakota's Bakken, in the Gulf of Mexico and other areas
the vast majority of future development and capital will be located in these areas. We estimate WPX's 69% stake in the South America -focused Apco subsidiary is worth 4% of the company’s total value. WPX trades at 6.5 and 4.3 times our 2014 and
(Adds performance of Latin American stocks, updates prices) * European markets shrug off Ukraine-Russia tension * Euro steady after touching 1-year low versus dollar * Chinese manufacturing data...
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higher PCL and OPEX, while international growth is under pressure due to declining credit market and interest rate cut in Latin America . Underlying earnings look weak post quarter and investors should remain cautious on the stock. (click to enlarge) Canadian
restaurants and have a nice franchising operation. The company's two brands are Pollo Tropical and Taco Cabana, which serve Caribbean and Mexican cuisine, respectively. As of June 29, 2014 the company owned and operated 112 of the Pollo Tropical restaurants
companies as too risky for now, with no reason to assume any resolution to the Ukrainian crisis in the near term, but it sees Latin American energy stocks offering a more appealing set of risk/rewards . Of the firm's two Overweight ratings among emerging market
sales are up 2.6% Y/Y to 50.2M units through July, paced by strong demand in North America and Asia. What to watch: South America continues to see its market share for global auto sales slide. The region could see automakers pull back further on capacity