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FIS 2Q net income falls 30 percent on write-down

Fidelity National Information Services Inc. said Tuesday that its second-quarter net income fell 30 percent due to debt refinancing costs and write-downs in the value of acquired businesses. Full story

Norwegian Cruise Line 2Q adj. profit tops Street

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings lost money in its second quarter, weighed down by refinancing transactions. Full story

A Special Niche Boosts New York Community Bancorp Earnings

The bank’s unique business mix helps insulate it against the residential mortgage slowdown. Full story

EMEA syndicated loan volume reaches $386 billion in first half

LONDON (Reuters) - Syndicated lending in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) was broadly flat, down 1 percent year on year to $386 billion in the first six months of 2013, as borrower demand remained subdued amid volatile markets, Thomson Reuters LPC data shows. Full story

Sticker-shock derails opportunistic US loan deals, for now

(Reuters) - Market turbulence has prompted U.S. companies to shelve more than $14 billion in loans meant to slice borrowing costs or fund shareholder dividends, confining most issuance to borrowers with imminent financing needs. Full story

Walter Energy refinancing pulled, shares drop

(Reuters) - Walter Energy Inc <WLT.N> has pulled a planned $1.55 billion credit refinancing, Reuters Loan Pricing Corp reported on Friday, citing sources, sending the coal miner's shares lower. Full story

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  Refinancing at Low Rates Helps Homeowners

Sen. Robert Menendez, (D-NJ) asks about the benefits to homeowners of refinancing at historically low rates. Banks will not get windfall when the time comes to pay interest on revenues, Bernanke states.

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