Half of the $250 billion rescue package has already been invested into banks, and there are reports the other half will be used to help banks buy their weaker rivals. Dan Grech looks into the move.
Two rival government agencies are reportedly teaming up to investigate trading in credit default swaps. At issue is whether traders manipulated this unregulated market to drive down stock prices. Dan Grech reports.
China recently bought $300 million in bonds from Costa Rica in a "checkbook diplomacy" strategy to move the nation's allegiance from Taipai to Beijing, according to a newspaper report. Dan Grech has more.