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BBC News with Ian Perdon

 

Share prices around the world have plunged as investors despaired about the prospects of rapid action by governments to address the credit crisis. London closed down almost 8 percent, and Frankfurt and Paris saw similar collapses. Markets as far apart as Russia, Brazil and India all took hits. The main index in New York, the Dow Jones, fell by 8 percent at one point, before closing, down 3 percent. Andrew Walker reports from Washington.

 

While shares dived, President Bush tried to give reassurance. The economy is going to be just fine in the long run, he said. But stock market investors are very nervous about the economic outlook for the coming months. Most of them thought the Bush administration's rescue package necessary to address the problems in the banking system. But now the legislation is in place, they realize there will be a delay before the purchase of problem financial assets will begin. The administration is moving ahead with the task, however, a former Goldman Sachs investment banker has been appointed to the Treasury to oversee it. The idea of the asset purchases is to improve conditions in the credit market where banks have become very nervous of lending. For now, at least interest rates in those markets remain high which means the hopeful easing has not really begun.

 

European governments have been trying to reassure investors that the financial system is stable. The French President Nicolas Sarkozy issued a statement on behalf of all 27 European Union countries.

 

Heads of State and Government stated that each of us will take all measures necessary to ensure the stability of the financial system, being through injecting liquidity from the central banks, through measures targeted at specific banks, or by enhanced debits to protect deposits. Not one person with/ deposits in our country's banks has suffered any losses. And we should continue to take the measures required to protect the system as well as save us.

 

But the statement also suggested the crisis would be handled differently by each country. And correspondents say Europe's fragmented response to the crisis so far has done little to reassure investors.

 

In Iceland where the banks have been coming under the severest pressure of all, the Prime Minister Geir Haarde has warned that the country is facing national bankruptcy. He said his government was prepared to take control of all Iceland’s banks if necessary.

 

In a situation like this, it's every man for himself, every country for itself, everybody is taking care of their best interests, that's what we are doing. We're making sure that we have a functioning bank system. We're taking the interests of the population as a whole, ahead of the interests of the banks and their shareholders, providing the economy with a functioning payments and liquidity system.

 

The Icelandic Parliament is in an emergency session debating new legislation to give the government sweeping powers over the financial sector. It follows the suspension of the Icelandic stock exchange.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

The United Nations is evacuating its remaining foreign aid workers from the Somali town of Baladweyn as the security situation worsens. In the capital Mogadishu, at least 11 people died when government forces and Islamist insurgents exchanged mortar fire. Mark Doyle has this report.

 

Well-placed humanitarian sources who asked not to be named, told the BBC that the UN had begun evacuating its expatriate personnel from the town of Baladweyn because of fears that the heavy fighting in the capital Mogadishu could spread to other cities. The Islamist and nationalist militias fighting the Ethiopian-backed Somali government know that the United Nations by its very nature, tends to deal day by day, with the government side rather than the insurgents. So fears have been expressed in aid circles that the increasingly bold insurgents could see the UN workers as associated with the government.

 

The US Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has attacked his Republican opponent John McCain over links with a 1980s financial scandal. A new internet video being emailed to Obama’s supporters criticizes Mr. McCain for his connections with the entrepreneur Charles Keating who was convicted of fraud.

 

China has cancelled military contacts with the United States in protest against Washington's decision to sell a major package of advanced weapons to Taiwan. A spokesman for the US Defense Department said China had cancelled visits by military officials, protocols and other contacts.

 

A controversial novel about the Prophet Muhammad's child bride has been published in the United States, days after the office of the books British publisher was attacked. Beaufort Books said it was publishing 'The Jewel of Medina' ahead of schedule so it could be assessed on its merits as literature rather than the potential offense it could cause to Muslims. The novel’s original publisher Random House dropped the book earlier this year.

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BBC news with Ian Pertain.

 

Share prices around the world have plunged as inverters despair about the prospects of rapid action by government to address the credit crisis. London closed down almost 8% and Frankford and Paris saw similar collapses.  Markets as far apart as Russia, Brazil and India all took hits. The main index in New York the Dow Jones fell by 8% of one point before closing down 3%.

 

Andrew Walker reports from Washington.

 

 

While shares died, President Bush tried to give reassurance. The economy is going to be just fine in the long run, he said. But stock market investors are very nervous about economic outlook in the coming months. Most of them thought the Bush Administration’s rescue package necessary to address the problems in the banking system. But now the legislation is in place, they realized there will be a delay before the purchase of problem financial asset will begin. The Administration is moving ahead with the task however, a former Goldman Sachs investment banker has appointed to the Treasury to oversee it. The idea of the asset purchases is to improve the conditions in the credit market where banks have become very nervous of landing. For now at least, interest rates in those markets remain high, which means the hope for easing has not really begun.

 

 

European governments have been trying to reassure investors that the financial system is stable. The French president Nicolas Sarkozy issued a statement on behalf of all 27 European Union countries.

 

Heads of state in governments stated that each of us will take all measures necessary to insure the stability of the financial system / liquidity from the central banks through measures targeted at specific banks or by enhanced steps to protect deposits. Not one person with deposits in our country’s banks has suffered any loses. And we should continue to take the measures required to protect the system as well as save us.

 

But the statement also suggested the crisis would be handled differently by each country, and correspondents say Europe’s fragmented response to the crisis so far has done little to reassure investors. In Iceland where the banks have been coming under the severest pressure of all, the Prime Minister Geir Haarde has warned that the country is facing national bankruptcy. He said his government was prepared to take control of all Iceland’s banks if necessary.

 

 

In a situation like this, it’s every man for himself, every country for itself. Everybody is taking care of his best interest, that’s what we are doing. We are making sure / bank system; we are taking the interest of the population as a whole ahead of the interest of the banks, the shareholders for writing the economy // function payments and liquidity system.

 

The Icelandic Parliament is in an emergency session debating new legislation to give the government sweeping powers over the financial sector. It follows the suspension of the Icelandic stock exchange.

World news from the BBC.

 

 

The United Nations is evacuating its remaining foreign aid workers from its Somali town of B/ as the security situation worsens. In the capital Mogadishu at least 11 people died when government forces and Islamic sergeants exchanges /motor/ fire.

 

Mark Dole has this report.

W/ police to humanitarian sources who asked not to be named told the BBC that the UN had begun evacuating its expatriate personnel from the town of B/ because of fears that the heavy fighting in the capital Mogadishu could spread to other cities. The Islamists and nationalists militias fighting the Ethiopian-backed Somali government know the United Nations by its very nature tends to deal day by day with the government side rather than the insurgents. So fears have been expressed amid circles of the increasingly bald insurgents could see the UN workers as associated with the government.

 

The US Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has attacked his Republican opponent John McCain over links with a 1980’s financial scandal.  A new internet video being e-mailed to Obama supporters criticizes Mr. McCain for his connections with the entrepreneur Charles Keating, who was convicted a fraud.

 

China has canceled military contacts with the United States in protest against Washington’s decision to sell a major package of advanced weapons to Taiwan.

 

A spokesman for the US Defense department said China has canceled visits by military officials, protocols, and other contacts.

 

 

A controversial novel about the perfect Muhammad’s child bride has been published in the United States days after the office of the book’s British publisher was attacked. Beaufort Book said it was publishing 'The Jewel of Medina' ahead of schedule so it could be assessed on its merits as literature rather than the potential offence it could cause to Muslims. The novel’s original publisher Random House dropped the book earlier this year.

BBC NEWS.

 

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BBC News with Ian Perdon.

 

Share prices around the world have plunged as investors are despaired about the prospects of rapid action by governments to address the credit crisis. London closed down almost 8% and Frankfurt and Paris all similar collapses. Markets as farer parts as Russia, Brazil and India, all took hits. The main index in New York, the Dow Jones fell by 8.1% before closing down 3%. Andrew Walker reports from Washington.

 

While shares died, President Bush tried to give reassurance: the economy is going to be just fine in the long-running he said. But stock markets and investors are very nervous about the economic outlet for the coming months. Most of them thought the Bush Administration’s rescue package necessary to address the problems in the banking system but now the legislation is in place. They realize there will be a delay before the purchase of problem financial assets will begin. The administration is moving ahead with the task however. A former Goldman Sachs investment banker has been appointed to the Treasury to oversee it. The idea of the asset purchases is to improve conditions in the credit market where banks have become very nervous of lending. For now at least, interests rates in those markets remain high which means the hopeful easing has not really begun.

 

European governments have been trying to reassure investors that the financial system is stable. The French President Nicolas Sarkozy issues a statement on behalf of all 27 European Union countries.

 

Heads of state governments stayed each of us will take all measures necessary to ensure the stability of the financial system, be its injection of liquidity from central banks, through measures targeted at specific banks or by enhanced steps to protect the deposits. Not one person with deposits in our country’s banks has suffered any losses. And we should continue to take the measures required to protect the system as well as save us.

 

But the statement also has suggested the crisis will be handled differently by each country. Our correspondent say Europe’s fragmental responses to the crisis so far has done little to reassure investors.

 

In Iceland where the banks have been coming under the severest pressure of all, the Prime Minister Geir Haarde has warned that the country is facing national bankruptcy. He said his government was prepared to take control of all Icelandic banks if necessary.

 

In a situation like this, it’s // itself, every country // itself. . Everybody is taking care of their interest that’s what we are doing. We are making sure that we have a functional banking system. We will take the interest of the population as a whole ahead of the interests of the banks and the shareholders, for writing the economy was a functional payments and a equality system.

 

The Icelandic parliament is in an emergency session, debating new legislation to give the government sweeping powers over the financial sector. It follows the suspension of the Icelandic stock exchange.

 

 

World News from the BBC.

 

 

The United Nations is evacuating its remaining foreign aid workers from the Somali town of Baladweyn as the security situation worsens. In the capital Mogadishu at least 11 people died when government forces and Islamist insurgents exchange mortar fire. Mark Doyle has this report.

 

War place to humanitarian sources who asked not to be named told the BBC that the UN had begun evacuating its expatriate personnel from the town of Baladweynbecause of fears that the heavy fighting in the capital Mogadishu could spread to other cities. The Islamist and nationalism militias fighting the Ethiopian-back Somali government know that the United Nations by its very nature tends to deal day by day with the government side rather than the insurgents, so fears have been expressed in ads circles that increasingly bold insurgents could see the UN workers as associated with the government.

 

The US Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has attacked his Republican opponent John McCain over links with a 1980s financial scandal. A new internet video being email to Obama supporters criticizes Mr. McCain for his connections with entrepreneur Charles Keating who was convicted of fraud.   

 

China has canceled military contact with the United States in protests against Washington’s decision to sell a major package of advanced weapons to Taiwan. A spokesman for the US Defense Department said China had canceled visit by military officials, protocols and other contacts.

 

A controversial novel about the Prophet Mohammed’s child bride has been published in the United States days of after the office of the book’s British publisher was attacked. Beaufort Book said he was publishing ‘The Jewel of Medina’ ahead of schedule, so it could be accessed on its merits as literature rather than the potential offense it could cause to Muslims. The novel’s original publisher Random House dropped the book earlier this year.

 

BBC News.   

 

       

       

 

 

                                                                                           

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BBC News with Ian Pertain.

 

Share prices around the world have plunged as investors despaired about the prospects of rapid action by governments to address the credit crisis. London closed down almost 8% and Frankford and Paris saw similar collapses.  Markets as far apart as Russia, Brazil and India all took hits. The main index in New York the Dow Jones fell by 8% of one point before closing down 3%.

 

Andrew Walker reports from Washington.

 

 

While shares died, President Bush tried to give reassurance. The economy is going to be just fine in the long run, he said. But stock market investors are very nervous about economic outlook for the coming months. Most of them thought the Bush administration’s rescue package necessary to address the problems in the banking system. But now the legislation is in place, they realize there will be a delay before the purchase of problem financial assets will begin. The Administration is moving ahead with the task however, a former Goldman Sachs investment banker has been appointed to the Treasury to oversee it. The idea of the asset purchases is to improve / conditions in the credit market where banks have become very nervous of lending. For now at least, interest rates in those markets remain high, which means the hope for easing has not really begun.

 

 

European governments have been trying to reassure investors that the financial system is stable. The French President Nicolas Sarkozy issued a statement on behalf of all 27 European Union countries.

 

Heads of state in governments stated that each of us will take all measures necessary to ensure the stability of the financial system * it through injecting liquidity from the central banks through measures targeted at specific banks or by an enhanced steps to protect deposits. Not one person with deposits in our country’s banks has suffered any loses. And we should continue to take the measures required to protect the system as well as save us.

 

But the statement also suggested the crisis would be handled differently by each country, and correspondents say Europe’s fragmented response to the crisis so far has done little to reassure investors. In Iceland where the banks have been coming under the severest pressure of all, the Prime Minister Geir Haarde has warned that the country is facing national bankruptcy. He said his government was prepared to take control of all Iceland’s banks if necessary.

 

 

In a situation like this, it’s every man for itself, every country for itself. Everybody is taking care of their best interest, that’s what we are doing. We are making sure / bank system; we are taking the interest of the population as a whole ahead of the interest of the banks, and their shareholders for widening the economy with a function repayments and liquidity system.

 

The Icelandic Parliament is in an emergency session debating new legislation to give the government sweeping powers over the financial sector. It follows the suspension of the Icelandic stock exchange.

World News from the BBC.

 

 

The United Nations is evacuating its remaining foreign aid workers from the Somali town of B/ as the security situation worsens. In the capital Mogadishu at least 11 people died when government forces and Islamic insurgents exchange motor fire.

 

Mark Dole has this report.

W/ police to humanitarian sources who asked not to be named told the BBC that the UN had begun evacuating its expatriate personnel from the town of Baladweyn because of fears that the heavy fighting in the capital Mogadishu could spread to other cities. The Islamists and nationalists militias fighting the Ethiopian-backed Somali government know that the United Nations by its very nature tends to deal day by day with the government’s side rather than the insurgents. So fears have been expressed amid circles of the increasingly bald insurgents could see the UN workers as associated with the government.

 

The US Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has attacked his Republican opponent John McCain over links with a 1980’s financial scandal.  A new internet video being e-mailed to Obama supporters criticizes Mr. McCain for his connections with the entrepreneur Charles Keating, who was convicted a fraud.

 

China has canceled military contacts with the United States in protest against Washington’s decision to sell a major package of advanced weapons to Taiwan.

 

A spokesman for the US Defense Department said China had canceled visits by military officials, protocols, and other contacts.

 

 

A controversial novel about the perfect Muhammad’s child bride has been published in the United States days after the office of the book’s British publisher was attacked. Beaufort Book said it was publishing 'The Jewel of Medina' ahead of schedule so it could be assessed on its merits as literature rather than the potential offense it could cause to Muslims. The novel’s original publisher Random House dropped the book earlier this year.

BBC NEWS.

 

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Heads of state in governments stated that each of us will take all measures necessary to insure the stability of the financial system / liquidity from the central banks through measures targeted at specific banks or by enhanced steps to protect deposits. Not one person with deposits in our country’s banks has suffered any loses. And we should continue to take the measures required to protect the system as well as save us.  结构没听出来,抱歉哦

 

 

 

Heads of state in governments stated that each of us will take all measures necessary to insure the stability of the financial system be it through injecting liquidity from the central banks,  through measures targeted at specific banks,  or by enhanced steps to protect deposits. Not one person with deposits in our country’s banks has suffered any loses. And we should continue to take the measures required to protect the system as well as save us.

 

 

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BBC News with Ian Pertain.

 

Share prices around the world have plunged as invertors despaired about the prospects of rapid action by governments to address the credit crisis. London closed down almost 8% and Frankford and Paris saw similar collapses.  Markets as far apart as Russia, Brazil and India all took hits. The main index in New York, the Dow Jones fell by 8% of one point before closing down 3%. Andrew Walker reports from Washington.

 

While shares died, President Bush tried to give reassurance. The economy is going to be just fine in the long run, he said. But stock market investors are very nervous about the economic outlook in the coming months. Most of them thought the Bush Administration’s rescue package necessary to address the problems in the banking system. But now the legislation is in place, they realized there will be a delay before the purchase of problem financial asset will begin. The Administration is moving ahead with the task however, a former Goldman Sachs investment banker has been appointed to the Treasury to oversee it. The idea of the asset purchases is to improve / conditions in the credit market where banks have become very nervous of landing. For now at least, interest rates in those markets remain high, which means the hope for easing has not really begun.

 

European governments have been trying to reassure investors that the financial system is stable. The French president Nicolas Sarkozy issued a statement on behalf of all 27 European Union countries.

 

Heads of state in governments stated that each of us will take all measures necessary to insure the stability of the financial system bits injecting liquidity from the central banks through measures targeted / specific banks or by enhanced steps to protect deposits. Not one person with deposits in our country’s banks has suffered any loses. And we should continue to take the measures required to protect the system as well as save us.

 

But the statement also suggested the crisis would be handled differently by each country, and correspondents say Europe’s fragmented response to the crisis so far has done little to reassure investors. In Iceland where the banks have been coming under the severest pressure of all, the Prime Minister Geir Haarde has warned that the country is facing national bankruptcy. He said his government was prepared to take control of all Iceland’s banks if necessary.

 

In a situation like this, it’s every man for himself, every country for itself. Everybody is taking care of their best interest, that’s what we are doing. We are making sure that we have a * banking system; we are taking the interest of the population as a whole ahead of the interest of the banks, the shareholders for writing the economy with function payments and liquidity system.

 

The Icelandic Parliament is in an emergency session debating new legislation to give the government sweeping powers over the financial sector. It follows the suspension of the Icelandic Stock Exchange.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

The United Nations is evacuating its remaining foreign aid workers from the Somali town of Baidoa as the security situation worsens. In the capital Mogadishu at least 11 people died when government forces and Islamic insurgants exchanges motor fire.

 

Mark Dole has this report.

 

W/ police to humanitarian sources who asked not to be named told the BBC that the UN had begun evacuating its expatriate personnel from the town of Baidoa because of fears that the heavy fighting in the capital Mogadishu could spread to other cities. The Islamists and nationalists militias fighting the Ethiopian-backed Somali government know that the United Nations by its very nature tends to deal day by day with the government side rather than the insurgents. So fears have been expressed amid circles of the increasingly bald insurgents could see the UN workers as associated with the government.

 

The US Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has attacked his Republican opponent John McCain over links with a 1980’s financial scandal.  A new internet video being e-mailed to Obama supporters criticizes Mr. McCain for his connections with the entrepreneur Charles Keating, who was convicted a fraud.

 

China has canceled military contacts with the United States in protest against Washington’s decision to sell a major package of advanced weapons to Taiwan.

 

A spokesman for the US Defense department said China has canceled visits by military officials, protocols, and other contacts.

 

 

A controversial novel about the perfect Muhammad’s child bride has been published in the United States days after the office of the book’s British publisher was attacked. Beaufort Book said it was publishing 'The Jewel of Medina' ahead of schedule so it could be assessed on its merits as literature rather than the potential offence it could cause to Muslims. The novel’s original publisher Random House dropped the book earlier this year.

 

BBC News.

 

 

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Share prices around the world have plunged as investors despaired about the prospect of rapid action by the government address the credit crisis. Landon closed down almost 8%, and // , Paris saw similar collapse. Markets at far parters, Russia, Brazil and India also took hits. The main index in New York, the DOW Jones, fell by 8% at one point, before closing down 3%. // report from Washington.
When shares dived, President Bush tried to give insurance. The economy is going to be just fine in long run, he said. The stock market investors are very nervous about the economic out for the coming months. Most of them thought the Bush administration rescue package necessary to address the problem in the banking system, but the legislation is in place they realize there will be delayed before  purchase of problem financial assets would begin. The administration is moving ahead with the task, however. A former Goldman Sachs investment banker has been appointed in the Treasury to oversee it. The idea of assets purchase is to improve conditions in credit market when banks become very nervous of lending. For now at least interest rates in those markets remain high, which means the hopeful easing has not really begun.
European governments have been trying to reinsure the investors the financial system is stable. French president, //, issued the statement on behalf of all 27 European Union countries.” Heads of the state government stated each of us will take all measures necessary to insure the stability of the financial system. Being through injecting credit in central banks, through measures targeted specific banks or by buying in debts to protect deposits. Not one person with deposits in our country banks has suffer any loses. And we should continue to take measures required to protect the system as well as savers. “But the statement also suggested that the crisis will be handled differently by each country. Our correspondent say Europe // addressed response to the crisis so far has done little to reinsure the investors.
In Iceland, where banks is being coming under serious pressure of all, the prime minister, //, warn the country are facing the national bankruptcy. He said his government was to prepare to take control all Iceland's banks necessary.
"The situation like this // for itself, every country for itself, everybody is taking care of // what it is doing, we are making sure // in bank system, we are taking // of population as a whole, ahead of // the banks, the shareholders for wanting the economy // payment and the credit system."
The Icelandic Parliament is in an emergency session debating new legislation to give the government sweeping power over financial sector. It follows suspension of Icelandic stock exchange.
World News from the BBC.
United Nation is evacuating remaining foreign aid workers from Somali town // as the security situation worsen. In capital, Mogadishu, at least 11 people die when government forces and Islamist insurgents exchange motor fire. // has the report.
Well place to militaria sources are also not be named, told the BBC the UN has begun evacuating expatriate personnel from the town //, because the fears of the heavy fighting in the capital Mogadishu could spread to other cities. The Islamist nationalist militias fighting EPOP backed Somali government know the United Nations by its very nature tends to deal day by day with government side // insurgence. So fear has been expressed in aid cycle, the increasingly bode insurgence, could see the UN workers as associated with the government.
The US Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has attacked his Republican opponent John McCain over links with a 1980s financial scandal.  A new internet video being emailed to Obama supporters criticize Mr. McCain for his connection with // child's kitting who is convicted a fraud.
China has cancelled military contact with United State in protest against Washington's decision to sell a major package of advanced weapons to Taiwan. A spokesman for the US Defense Department said China had cancelled visit by military officials, //, and other contacts.
A controversial novel about Prophet Mahamed child // has been published in United States days after the British book publisher was attacked. Both of books were publishing //, ahead of schedule, so it could be accessed on merits as literature rather than the potential offense it cause the Muslins. The novel's original publisher Random House dropped the book earlier this year.
BBC news.

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BBC News with Ian Pertain.

 

Share prices around the world have plunged as investors despaired about the prospects of rapid action by governments to address the credit crisis. London closed down almost 8% and Frankford and Paris saw similar collapses.  Markets as far apart as Russia, Brazil and India all took hits. The main index in New York the Dow Jones fell by 8% of one point before closing down 3%.

 

Andrew Walker reports from Washington.

 

 

While shares died, President Bush tried to give reassurance. The economy is going to be just fine in the long run, he said. But stock market investors are very nervous about economic outlook for the coming months. Most of them thought the Bush administration’s rescue package necessary to address the problems in the banking system. But now the legislation is in place, they realize there will be a delay before the purchase of problem financial assets will begin. The Administration is moving ahead with the task however, a former Goldman Sachs investment banker has been appointed to the Treasury to oversee it. The idea of the asset purchases is to improve conditions in the credit market where banks have become very nervous of lending. For now at least, interest rates in those markets remain high, which means the hope for easing has not really begun.

 

 

European governments have been trying to reassure investors that the financial system is stable. The French President Nicolas Sarkozy issued a statement on behalf of all 27 European Union countries.

 

Heads of state in governments stated that each of us will take all measures necessary to ensure the stability of the financial system being through judging liquidity? from the central banks through measures targeted at specific banks or by (an去掉) enhanced steps to protect deposits. Not one person with deposits in our country’s banks has suffered any loses. And we should continue to take the measures required to protect the system as well as save us.

 

But the statement also suggested the crisis would be handled differently by each country, and correspondents say Europe’s fragmented response to the crisis so far has done little to reassure investors. In Iceland where the banks have been coming under the severest pressure of all, the Prime Minister Geir Haarde has warned that the country is facing national bankruptcy. He said his government was prepared to take control of all Iceland’s banks if necessary.

 

 

In a situation like this, it’s every man for himself(听着倒是像themself,可惜只有themselves), every country for itself. Everybody is taking care of their best interest, that’s what we are doing. We are making sure what has been /tion in bank system; we are taking the interest of the population as a whole ahead of the interest of the banks, and their shareholders for widening the economy with a function payments and liquidity system.

 

The Icelandic Parliament is in an emergency session debating new legislation to give the government sweeping powers over the financial sector. It follows the suspension of the Icelandic stock exchange.

World News from the BBC.

 

 

The United Nations is evacuating its remaining foreign aid workers from the Somali town of Baladweyn as the security situation worsens. In the capital Mogadishu at least 11 people died when government forces and Islamic insurgents exchange motor fire.

 

Mark Dole has this report.

World police to humanitarian sources who asked not to be named told the BBC that the UN had begun evacuating its expatriate personnel from the town of Baladweyn because of fears that the heavy fighting in the capital Mogadishu could spread to other cities. The Islamists and nationalists militias fighting the Ethiopian-backed Somali government know that the United Nations by its very nature tends to deal day by day with the government’s side rather than the insurgents. So fears have been expressed and aid circles of the increasingly bald insurgents could see the UN workers as associated with the government.

 

The US Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has attacked his Republican opponent John McCain over links with a 1980’s financial scandal.  A new internet video being e-mailed to Obama supporters criticizes Mr. McCain for his connections with the entrepreneur Charles Keating, who was convicted a fraud.

 

China has canceled military contacts with the United States in protest against Washington’s decision to sell a major package of advanced weapons to Taiwan.

 

A spokesman for the US Defense Department said China had canceled visits by military officials, protocols, and other contacts.

 

 

A controversial novel about the perfect Muhammad’s child bride has been published in the United States days after the office of the book’s British publisher was attacked. Beaufort Book said it was publishing 'The Jewel of Medina' ahead of schedule so it could be assessed on its merits as literature rather than the potential offense it could cause to Muslims. The novel’s original publisher Random House dropped the book earlier this year.

BBC NEWS.

 

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楼主听得很好。关于冰岛金融情况的新闻,我重新听过,做了一些修正。冰岛首相的话,主要讲了他对经济的看法。“在当前的形势下,每个人、每个国家都关心自己的利益。人们就是这样。我们确实是在为银行体系想办法。但我们首先是为全体民众的利益着想,其次才考虑银行和股民利益。因为我们担忧我们的经济是否还担负得起资金支付和资本流动的功能。”我认为,只有这样理解,才能把整条新闻的意思连贯起来。以上仅供参考。

In Iceland where the banks have been coming under the severest pressure of all, the Prime Minister Geir Haarde has warned that the country is facing national bankruptcy. He said his government was prepared to take control of all Iceland’s banks if necessary.

In a situation like this, it’s every man for himself, every country for itself, everybody is thinking care of his best interest, that’s what they are doing. We are making sure we've been approaching bank system; we are taking the interest of the population as a whole ahead of the interest of the banks and the shareholders, for worrying the economy is worthy of function payments and liquidity system.

The Icelandic Parliament is in an emergency session debating new legislation to give the government sweeping powers over the financial sector. It follows the suspension of the Icelandic stock exchange.

[ 本帖最后由 department 于 2008-10-7 12:10 编辑 ]
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BBC News with Ian Pertain.

 

Share prices around the world have plunged as investors despaired about the prospects of rapid action by governments to address the credit crisis. London closed down almost 8% and Frankford and Paris saw similar collapses.  Markets as far apart as Russia, Brazil and India all took hits. The main index in New York the Dow Jones fell by 8% of one point before closing down 3%.

 

Andrew Walker reports from Washington.

 

 

While shares dive, President Bush tried to give reassurance. The economy is going to be just fine in the long run, he said. But stock market investors are very nervous about economic outlook for the coming months. Most of them thought the Bush administration’s rescue package necessary to address the problems in the banking system. But now the legislation is in place, they realize there will be a delay before the purchase of problem financial assets will begin. The Administration is moving ahead with the task however, a former Goldman Sachs investment banker has been appointed to the Treasury to oversee it. The idea of the asset purchases is to improve conditions in the credit market where banks have become very nervous of lending. For now at least, interest rates in those markets remain high, which means the hope for easing has not really begun.

 

 

European governments have been trying to reassure investors that the financial system is stable. The French President Nicolas Sarkozy issued a statement on behalf of all 27 European Union countries.

 

Heads of state in governments stated that each of us will take all measures necessary to ensure the stability of the financial system, being through injecting liquidity from the central banks, through measures targeted at specific banks or by  enhanced steps to protect deposits. Not one person with deposits in our country’s banks has suffered any loses. And we should continue to take the measures required to protect the system as well as saver.

 

But the statement also suggested the crisis would be handled differently by each country, and correspondents say Europe’s fragmented response to the crisis so far has done little to reassure investors. In Iceland where the banks have been coming under the severest pressure of all, the Prime Minister Geir Haarde has warned that the country is facing national bankruptcy. He said his government was prepared to take control of all Iceland’s banks if necessary.

 

 

In a situation like this, it’s every man for himself(听着倒是像themself,可惜只有themselves), every country for itself. Everybody is taking care of their best interest, that’s what we are doing. We are making sure what has been /tion in bank system; we are taking the interest of the population as a whole ahead of the interest of the banks, and their shareholders for widening the economy with a function payments and liquidity system.

 

The Icelandic Parliament is in an emergency session debating new legislation to give the government sweeping powers over the financial sector. It follows the suspension of the Icelandic stock exchange.

World News from the BBC.

 

 

The United Nations is evacuating its remaining foreign aid workers from the Somali town of Baladweyn as the security situation worsens. In the capital Mogadishu at least 11 people died when government forces and Islamic insurgents exchange motor fire.

 

Mark Dole has this report.

World police to humanitarian sources who asked not to be named told the BBC that the UN had begun evacuating its expatriate personnel from the town of Baladweyn because of fears that the heavy fighting in the capital Mogadishu could spread to other cities. The Islamists and nationalists militias fighting the Ethiopian-backed Somali government know that the United Nations by its very nature tends to deal day by day with the government’s side rather than the insurgents. So fears have been expressed in aid circles, the increasingly bald insurgents could see the UN workers as associated with the government.

 

The US Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has attacked his Republican opponent John McCain over links with a 1980’s financial scandal.  A new internet video being e-mailed to Obama supporters criticizes Mr. McCain for his connections with the entrepreneur Charles Keating, who was convicted a fraud.

 

China has canceled military contacts with the United States in protest against Washington’s decision to sell a major package of advanced weapons to Taiwan.

 

A spokesman for the US Defense Department said China had canceled visits by military officials, protocols, and other contacts.

 

 

A controversial novel about the Prophet Muhammad’s child bride has been published in the United States days after the office of the book’s British publisher was attacked. Beaufort Book said it was publishing 'The Jewel of Medina' ahead of schedule so it could be assessed on its merits as literature rather than the potential offense it could cause to Muslims. The novel’s original publisher Random House dropped the book earlier this year.

BBC NEWS.

 

 

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homework           请看懂听写修改规则,不要干扰修改次序。  --brightu

 

BBC News with //.
Share prices around the world have plunged as investors despaired about the prospect of rapid action by the government address the credit crisis. Landon closed down almost 8%, and
Frankfurt , Paris saw similar collapse. Markets at far parters(as far apart as), Russia, Brazil and India also(all) took hits. The main index in New York, the DOW Jones, fell by 8% at one point, before closing down 3%. // report from Washington.
When shares dived, President Bush tried to give insurance. The economy is going to be just fine in
the long run, he said. The stock market investors are very nervous about the economic out for the coming months. Most of them thought the Bush administration rescue package necessary to address the problem in the banking system, but now the legislation is in place they realize there will be delayed before  purchase of problem financial assets would begin. The administration is moving ahead with the task, however. A former Goldman Sachs investment banker has been appointed in (to)the Treasury to oversee it. The idea of assets purchase is to improve conditions in credit market when banks become very nervous of lending. For now at least interest rates in those markets remain high, which means the hopeful easing has not really begun.
European governments have been trying to reinsure
(reassure) the investors the financial system is stable. French president, //, issued the statement on behalf of all 27 European Union countries.” Heads of the state government stated each of us will take all measures necessary to insure the stability of the financial system. Being through injecting credit in central banks, through measures targeted specific banks or by buying in hongs’ debts to protect deposits. Not one person with deposits in our country banks has suffer any loses. And we should continue to take measures required to protect the system as well as savers. “But the statement also suggested that the crisis will be handled differently by each country. Our correspondent say Europe // addressed response to the crisis so far has done little to reinsure (reassure)the investors.
In Iceland, where banks is being coming under serious pressure of all, the prime minister, //,
has warned the country are(is) facing the national bankruptcy. He said his government was to prepare to take control all Iceland's banks if necessary.
"The situation like this //
it is every man for itself(himself), every country for itself, everybody is taking care of his best interest// what it is doing(that is what they are doing), we are making sure //we have function in bank system, we are taking interests // of population as a whole ahead of //investors of the banks, the shareholders for wanting(widening) the economy //with free function payments and the credit(liquidity) system."
The Icelandic Parliament is in an emergency session debating new legislation to give the government sweeping power over financial sector. It follows suspension of Icelandic stock exchange.
World News from the BBC.
United Nation is evacuating
its remaining foreign aid workers from Somali town // as the security situation worsens. In capital, Mogadishu, at least 11 people die when government forces and Islamist insurgents exchange motor fire. // has the report.
Well place
(world police) to militaria sources are also(who asked) not to be named, told the BBC the UN has begun evacuating expatriate personnel from the town //, because the fears of the heavy fighting in the capital Mogadishu could spread to other cities. The Islamist nationalist militias fighting EPOP backed Somali government know the United Nations by its very nature tends to deal day by day with government side robbed // insurgence. So fear has been expressed in aid cycle, the increasingly bode insurgence, could see the UN workers as associated with the government.
The US Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has attacked his Republican opponent John McCain over links with a 1980s financial scandal.  A new internet video being emailed to Obama supporters criticize
s Mr. McCain for his connection with the entrepreneur // who is convicted a fraud.
China has cancelled military contact with United State in protest against Washington's decision to sell a major package of advanced weapons to Taiwan. A spokesman for the US Defense Department said China had cancelled visit by military officials, //
protocols, and other contacts.
A controversial novel about Prophet Mahamed child // has been published in United States days after
the office of the British book publisher was attacked. Both of books were publishing //, ahead of schedule, so it could be accessed on merits as literature rather than the potential offense it cause to Muslins. The novel's original publisher Random House dropped the book earlier this year.
BBC news.

 

[ 本帖最后由 brightu 于 2008-10-7 14:23 编辑 ]
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BBC News with Ian Pertain.

 

Share prices around the world have plunged as investors despaired about the prospects of rapid action by governments to address the credit crisis. London closed down almost 8% and Frankford and Paris saw similar collapses.  Markets as far apart as Russia, Brazil and India all took hits. The main index in New York the Dow Jones fell by 8% of one point before closing down 3%.

 

Andrew Walker reports from Washington.

 

 

While shares dive, President Bush tried to give reassurance. The economy is going to be just fine in the long run, he said. But stock market investors are very nervous about economic outlook for the coming months. Most of them thought the Bush administration’s rescue package necessary to address the problems in the banking system. But now the legislation is in place, they realize there will be a delay before the purchase of problem financial assets will begin. The Administration is moving ahead with the task however, a former Goldman Sachs investment banker has been appointed to the Treasury to oversee it. The idea of the asset purchases is to improve conditions in the credit market where banks have become very nervous of lending. For now at least, interest rates in those markets remain high, which means the hope for easing has not really begun.

 

 

European governments have been trying to reassure investors that the financial system is stable. The French President Nicolas Sarkozy issued a statement on behalf of all 27 European Union countries.

 

Heads of state in governments stated that each of us will take all measures necessary to ensure the stability of the financial system, being through injecting liquidity from the central banks, through measures targeted at specific banks or by  enhanced steps to protect deposits. Not one person with deposits in our country’s banks has suffered any loses. And we should continue to take the measures required to protect the system as well as saver.

 

But the statement also suggested the crisis would be handled differently by each country, and correspondents say Europe’s fragmented response to the crisis so far has done little to reassure investors. In Iceland where the banks have been coming under the severest pressure of all, the Prime Minister Geir Haarde has warned that the country is facing national bankruptcy. He said his government was prepared to take control of all Iceland’s banks if necessary.

 

 

In a situation like this, it’s every man for himself(听着倒是像themself,可惜只有themselves), every country for itself. Everybody is taking care of their best interest, that’s what we are doing. We are making sure we'd have exposure in bank system; we are taking the interest of the population as a whole ahead of the interest of the banks, and their shareholders for widening the economy with a function payments and liquidity system.

 

The Icelandic Parliament is in an emergency session debating new legislation to give the government sweeping powers over the financial sector. It follows the suspension of the Icelandic stock exchange.

World News from the BBC.

 

 

The United Nations is evacuating its remaining foreign aid workers from the Somali town of Baladweyn as the security situation worsens. In the capital Mogadishu at least 11 people died when government forces and Islamic insurgents exchange motor fire.

 

Mark Dole has this report.

World police to humanitarian sources who asked not to be named told the BBC that the UN had begun evacuating its expatriate personnel from the town of Baladweyn because of fears that the heavy fighting in the capital Mogadishu could spread to other cities. The Islamists and nationalists militias fighting the Ethiopian-backed Somali government know that the United Nations by its very nature tends to deal day by day with the government’s side rather than the insurgents. So fears have been expressed in aid circles, the increasingly bald insurgents could see the UN workers as associated with the government.

 

The US Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has attacked his Republican opponent John McCain over links with a 1980’s financial scandal.  A new internet video being e-mailed to Obama supporters criticizes Mr. McCain for his connections with the entrepreneur Charles Keating, who was convicted a fraud.

 

China has canceled military contacts with the United States in protest against Washington’s decision to sell a major package of advanced weapons to Taiwan.

 

A spokesman for the US Defense Department said China had canceled visits by military officials, protocols, and other contacts.

 

 

A controversial novel about the Prophet Muhammad’s child bride has been published in the United States days after the office of the book’s British publisher was attacked. Beaufort Book said it was publishing 'The Jewel of Medina' ahead of schedule so it could be assessed on its merits as literature rather than the potential offense it could cause to Muslims. The novel’s original publisher Random House dropped the book earlier this year.

BBC NEWS.

[ 本帖最后由 brightu 于 2008-10-7 14:24 编辑 ]
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BBC news with Ian Pertain

Share prices around the world have plunged as investors are despaired about the prospects of rapid action by governments to address the credit crisis. London closed down almost eight percent. And Frankford in Paris are also similar clumps. Markets as far apart as Russia, Brazil and India all took hits. The main index in New York: the Dow Jones fell by eight percent one point before closing down three percent. Andrew Walker reports from Washington.

“While shares died. President Bush try to give assurance. The economy is going to just fine in the long run, he said. But stock market investors are very nervous about the economy outlook for the coming month. Most of them thought the Bush administration’s rescue package is necessary to address the problems in the banking system. But now the legislation is in place. They realized there will be a delay before the purchase of problem financial asset will begin. The administration is moving ahead with the task, however a former Goldman Sachs investment banker has been appointed to the Treasury to oversee it. The idea of the asset purchases is to improve conditions in the credit markets where banks became very nervous of lending. For now, at least, interests rates in those markets remain high, which means the hopeful easing has not really begun.”

 

European governments have been trying to reassure investors that the financial system is stable. The French Prime Minister Nicolas Chavez issued a statement on behalf of all 27 European Union countries.

“Heads of state in governments stated that each of us will take all measures necessary to ensure the stability of financial system, being through injecting liquidity from the center banks through measures targets specific banks or by hanging steps to protect deposits. Not one person with deposits in our country’s banks has suffered any losses. And we should continue to take the measures required to protect the system as well as savers. But the statement also suggested the crisis will be handed differently be each country. And correspondent say Europe’s fragmented response to the crisis so far has done little to reassure investors.”

 

In Iceland where the banks are being coming under severe pressures of all. The Prime Minister G* has warned the country is facing national bankruptcy. He said his government was prepared to take control of all Iceland’s banks if necessary.

“The situation in Ireland like this. …Everyone self .Every body is taking care of … We make sure the investor system. We take the interests of population as all. We hands the interests of banks, the share holders for economy…function. payments and liquidity system.”

The Icelandic Parliament in the emergency session debating new legislation to give government sweeping powers over the financial sector. It follows the suspension of the Icelandic stock’s exchange.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

 The United Nations is evacuating its remaining foreign aid workers from the Somali town of Baladweyn as the security situation worsens. In the capital Mogadishu, at least 11 people died when government forces in Islamist insurgents exchanged motor fire. M* has this report.

“World police to humanitarian sources who asked not named told BBC that the UN had began evacuating its expatriate personnel from the town of Baladweyn because of the fears of the heavy fighting in the capital Mogadishu could spread to other cities. The Islamist and nationalist militias fighting the Ethiopia-backed Somali government know that the United Nations by its very nature tends to deal day by day with the government side welcomed the insurgence. So fear has been expressed in aid circles and increasingly bald insurgents could see UN workers as associated with the government.”

 

The US Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama has attacked his Republic opponent John McCain over links with a 1980’s financial scandal. A new internet video being E-mail to Barack Obama supporters criticizes Mr. McCain for his connection with entrepreneur C* who was convicted a fraud. China has canceled military contact with United States in protest against Washington’s decision to sell a major package of advanced weapons to Taiwan. The spokesman for the US Defense Department said China has canceled visits by military officials, pod calls and other contacts.

 

A controversial novel about Prophet Muhammad’s child bride has been published in the United States days after the office of the book’s British publisher was attacked. / book said it was publishing “The Jewel of Medina” ahead of schedule so it could be assessed on its merits as literature rather than the potential offense it could cause to Muslims. The novel’s original publisher Random House dropped the book early this year.

 

BBC News.

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BBC News with Ian Perdon.

 

Share prices around the world have plumbed does investers despite about the prospect of the ? by goverments to adress critic crisis. London closed down almost 8%, and Franklin and Paris saw similar collapses. Markets of further parts as Russia, Brail and India all took heads. The name index in New York, the Dow Jones fall by 8% of 1 point before closing down 3%. Andrew Walker reports from Washington.

 

While shares died, President Bush tried to give assurence the economy is going to be justify in the long run he said. But stock market investers very nervous about the economic account for the comning month. Most of them thought the Bush ministration's rescue package necessary to adress the problems in the banking system. But now the ligislation is in place. They realised they will be a delay before the purchase problem financial assets will begin. The Ministration is moving a head with task, however, a former Goldmen saction investment bank has been apointed to the treasury to oversee it. The idea of asset purchases is to improve conditions in the critical market where banks is becoming very nervous of lending. For now at least, insterest rate in loan's market remain high, which means the hopeful easing is not really began.

 

European government has been trying to reinsure invests the financial system is stable. The French President Nicolas Sarkozy issued the statement about half of all 27 European Union countries.

 

Heads of the stating governments stated each of us will take all measures necessary to insure the stablity of financial system. Been through adjusting from Central Banks, 3 measures targeted specific banks all by enhanced that retake policities. Not one person will deposited our country's banks have sufferd any losts, and we should continue to take the measures to required to retake the system as well as we service.

 

But the statement also suggested the crisis will be handled diffirently by each country. And corespondence says Europe's ? response to the crisis so far has done little to reinsure the invests.

 

In iceland, where the banks have been coming onto civil pressure of all, the Prime Minister Geir Haarde has warned the country is facing national bankrupcy. He said his government was prepared to take control of all Iceland's banks if necessary.

 

The situation is like this. It's ? for itself. Every country is for itself. Every body is taking care of their invest interest. That's what we are doing. We are making sure ? of the bank system, we taking the internation of population as a whole and head of the inter ? the banks, and the share holders, for fighting the economy, what's say ? famous and ? the system.

 

The ? Parlianment is in emergency debating the new legislation to give the government sweeping power over the financial secter. It follows the suspention of the ?'s stockage changes.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

United Nations is evacuating its remaining foreign aid workers from the Somalian town B. as the security situation worsens. In the capital Mogadishu, at least 11 people died when government forces and I. surgents exchanged motofire.Mark Doyle has this report.

 

World peace to malitary in sources also not be named told the BBC that UN had began evacuating its 6 ? personel from the town of B. because they fears the heavy fighting in the capital Mogadishu could spread to other cities. The I. nation ? fighting the ETOP in bank Somalia government noted the United Nations by its very nature tense to deal day by day with the government side rub the ? surgents. S. is being expressed in 8 circles in increasingly ? surgents could see the UN workers as associated with the government.

The US Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has attacked Republican opponent John McCain over links with 1980s financial scandle. A new internet vidoe been emailed Obama's supporters criticised Mr. McCain for his collections with ? child's kidding. Who has convicted a fraud.

 

China has consulted military contect with United States in protest against Washington's decision to sell a major package of advanced weapon to Taiwan. As spokesman for the US Defense Department said China has consulted visits by military officals, port cause and other contects.

 

A controversial novel about perfect M.'s child bright has been published in the United States. Days after office of the book in British publish will ?. Both of book seller said the publishing the Journal of M. ahead schedule. So it could be asset on its marrige's as ? rather than the potencial ofense. It could cause the ?. For novel the reginal publish house dropped the book earlier this year.

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