Friday, March 17, 2006

Don't expect the consumer to keep this market going (Mortgage Refinance)


Don't expect the consumer to keep this market going
Investors Business Daily - KAHULUI, Hawaii (YF) -- The major stock indexes surged to multi-year highs and despite recent sell-offs, they're still hovering on the high end of the trading range. The market seems to be forecasting a great economy in 2006, and beyond. Well, we
Source: www.investors.com

Valley business week in review
Desert Sun - Less than a year after its opening, Desert Commercial Bank is taking on yet another project demonstrating that it is growing up fast. The Palm Desert-based bank opened for business in June 2005 and recently received state approval to build a second
Source: www.thedesertsun.com

The Economy | Mixed forecast for U.S. growth
Philadelphia Inquirer - The economic weather this winter has been much like the other kind: Wait five minutes, and it'll change for you. Late last year, it looked like we were settling into a period of slower spending and weaker growth. Output in the last three months of
Source: www.philly.com

2005 an outstanding year for Van Lanschot
Market Wire - * Net profit up by 51.2% in 2005 to EUR 152.4 million, partly as a result of the acquisition of CenE Bankiers, earnings per share improve by 36.8% to EUR 4.65 and amount available to shareholders rises by 18.2% to EUR 4.99 * Efficiency ratio improves
Source: www.marketwire.com

Newly opened bank to take lead on tennis tourney deal
Desert Sun - Desert Commercial President and Chief Executive R. Albert Roensch said his firm will lead financing efforts to keep the Pacific Life Open tennis tournament in the Coachella Valley in what is expected to be a larger, multi-phase buyout process
Source: www.thedesertsun.com

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