original site investing The rumour grew that he had been kidnapped by Benfica, the great power of Portuguese soccer, until he signed a
contract. These are all lies, pure and simple! Eusebio said in a 2008 forum on the website fourfourtwo.com. "Some people arent honest, but me and my family are. My mother signed a contract with
Benfica for 250 contos (around $1,700) and she insisted on a clause that read: If my son does not adapt, the money is deposited in the bank in Mozambique and not one penny will be taken from it.
I had return tickets when I arrived. Eusebios legacy is best seen and heard in Goal! The World Cup, the documentary issued in 1967 with commentary by Brian Glanville. In the third match of the
first round, a Portuguese player steamrollered the sports greatest star, Pele, already playing with an injury.
Eusebio was Portugal’s captivating soccer icon
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Portugal Plans to Issue Bonds
8, 2014 12:50 p.m. ET Portugal plans to issue bonds possibly as soon as Thursday, taking advantage of a step-up in demand for some of the euro zone's riskier borrowers. The country is seeking to
reopen its 4.75% bond maturing June 2019, according to one of the banks running the sale. The issue would be the third sale of long-term bonds for the country since...
Portugal Hires Top Banks to Tap Bond Issuance Idea
Barclays, CaixaBI, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, Morgan Stanley and Societe Generale will launch and price the deal in the near future that could help finance Portugal's deficit and debts. The country's
international lenders that includes the International Monetary Fund, European Central Bank and European Union known as the Troika approved of the progress that Portugal has made in the latest
review of its bailout in mid-December. Portugal's government is looking to exit its 78bn (65.1bn, $106.6bn) bailout in mid-2014 just as Ireland formally exited its 85bn bailout on December 15.
Ireland's return to the bond market with surging demand for the first debt it issued since it left the Troika's bailout has indicated that there was appetite to buy the debt of peripheral
eurozone nations. Portugal is among these countries investing including Spain and Italy that are looking to service their huge
debts and deficits through issuing bonds for international investors to scoop up. The Spanish treasury has also announced that it will issue 242bn of debt in 2014 and expects 133bn of debt to be
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medium and long-term bonds. When a country starts to issue debt, it usually suggests that confidence is returning to that country's economy as investors will buy the bonds that are issued.
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austerity measures inside the terminal at Madrid airport on the morning of a general strike in Madrid in 2012. Away from the main indexes, shares of Mothercare PLC /quotes/zigman/262888/realtime
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likely be below the current range of market expectations. Wall Street stocks were mixed as investors took in data suggesting that the labor market improvement is picking up pace.