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Salem Announces 19% Increase in Net Revenue for the Third Quarter 2014

CAMARILLO, CA–(Marketwired – Nov 6, 2014) – Salem Communications Corporation (NASDAQ: SALM) released its results for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2014.

Third Quarter 2014 Highlights

Total net revenue increased 19.0% Adjusted EBITDA(1) increased 14.3% Free cash flow(1) increased 29.5% Internet and e-commerce revenue increased 54.5% Publishing revenue increased 164.7% Repaid $5.0 million in principal on our Term Loan B

Third Quarter 2014 Results

For the quarter ended September 30, 2014 compared to the quarter ended September 30, 2013:

Consolidated

Total revenue increased 19.0% to $69.6 million from $58.5 million; Total operating expenses increased 22.7% to $60.8 million from $49.5 million; Operating expenses, excluding gains and losses on asset disposals, non-cash stock-based compensation expense, and changes in the fair value of contingent earn-out consideration increased 21.8% to $59.9 million from $49.2 million; Operating income decreased 1.4% to $8.8 million from $9.0 million; Net income decreased to $3.7 million, or $0.14 net income per diluted share, from $5.3 million, or $0.21 net income per diluted share, in the prior year; EBITDA(1) increased 10.5% to $14.1 million from $12.7 million; and Adjusted EBITDA(1) increased 14.3% to $15.0 million from $13.1 million.

Broadcast

Net broadcast revenue increased 2.1% to $47.0 million from $46.0 million; Station operating income (“SOI”)(1) decreased 5.3% to $14.4 million from $15.2 million; Same station net broadcast revenue increased 1.0% to $46.5 million from $46.0 million; Same station SOI decreased 4.8% to $14.4 million from $15.2 million; and Same station SOI margin decreased to 31.1% from 33.0%.

Internet and e-commerce

Internet and e-commerce revenue increased 54.5% to $14.5 million from $9.4 million; and Internet and e-commerce operating income(1) increased 30.4% to $3.6 million from $2.7 million.

Publishing

Publishing revenue increased 164.7% to $8.1 million from $3.1 million; and Publishing operating income(1) increased to $1.4 million from a loss of $0.2 million.

Included in the results for the quarter ended September 30, 2014 are:

A $0.5 million ($0.3 million, net of tax, or $0.01 per share) increase in the estimated fair value of the contingent earn-out consideration associated with the Twitchy.com and Eagle acquisitions; and A $0.3 million non-cash compensation charge ($0.2 million, net of tax, or $0.01 per share) related to the expensing of stock options consisting of: $0.2 million non-cash compensation included in corporate expenses; and $0.1 million non-cash compensation included in broadcast operating expenses.

Included in the results for the quarter ended September 30, 2013 are:

A $0.4 million non-cash compensation charge ($0.2 million, net of tax, or $0.01 per share) related to the expensing of stock options consisting of: $0.2 million non-cash compensation included in corporate expenses; $0.1 million non-cash compensation included in broadcast operating expenses; and $0.1 million non-cash compensation included in Internet operating expenses.

Per share numbers are calculated based on 26,265,957 diluted weighted average shares for the quarter ended September 30, 2014, and 25,921,391 diluted weighted average shares for the quarter ended September 30, 2013.

Year to Date 2014 Results

For the nine months ended September 30, 2014 compared to the nine months ended September 30, 2013:

Consolidated

Total revenue increased 15.1% to $200.6 million from $174.2 million; Operating expenses increased 19.8% to $178.9 million from $149.4 million; Operating expenses excluding gains and losses on asset disposals, non-cash stock-based compensation expense, changes in the fair value of contingent earn-out consideration and impairment charges increased 20.0% to $176.5 million from $147.1 million; Operating income decreased 12.8% to $21.7 million from $24.8 million; Net income increased to $5.4 million, or $0.21 net income per diluted share, from a $8.1 million loss, or $0.32 net loss per share, in the prior year; EBITDA(1) increased to $36.4 million from $8.4 million; and Adjusted EBITDA(1) increased 0.8% to $38.8 from $38.5 million.

Broadcast

Net broadcast revenue increased 3.0% to $140.4 million from $136.3 million; SOI(1) decreased 5.2% to $42.7 million from $45.0 million; Same station net broadcast revenue increased 2.4% to $139.5 million from $136.2 million; Same station SOI decreased 4.7% to $43.0 million from $45.1 million; and Same station SOI margin decreased to 30.8% from 33.1%.

Internet and e-commerce

Internet and e-commerce revenue increased 44.1% to $41.8 million from $29.0 million; and Internet and e-commerce operating income(1) increased 27.3% to $11.0 million from $8.6 million.

Publishing

Publishing revenue increased 105.4% to $18.4 million from $8.9 million; and Publishing operating income(1) increased to $0.7 million from a loss of $0.8 million.

Included in the results for the nine months ended September 30, 2014 are:

A $0.9 million ($0.5 million, net of tax, or $0.02 per share) increase in the estimated fair value of the contingent earn-out consideration associated with the Twitchy.com and Eagle acquisitions; A $0.2 million loss ($0.1 million, net of tax) on disposals associated with the write-off of a receivable from a prior station sale and the relocation of our office and studio in San Francisco offset by insurance proceeds for damages associated with one of our stations; and A $1.3 million non-cash compensation charge ($0.8 million, net of tax, or $0.03 per share) related to the expensing of stock options consisting of: $0.8 million non-cash compensation included in corporate expenses; $0.3 million non-cash compensation included in broadcast operating expenses; $0.1 million non-cash compensation included in Internet operating expenses; and the remainder included in publishing operating expenses.

Included in the results for the nine months ended September 30, 2013 are:

A $27.8 million loss ($16.7 million, net of tax, or $0.68 per share) on the early retirement of long-term debt due to the repurchase of $212.6 million of our 9 5/8% senior secured second lien notes due in 2016 and the termination of then existing bank debt; A $0.8 million impairment loss ($0.5 million, net of tax, or $0.02 per share) associated with the goodwill and mastheads of our publishing businesses; and A $1.5 million non-cash compensation charge ($0.9 million, net of tax, or $0.04 per share) related to the expensing of stock options primarily consisting of: $1.0 million non-cash compensation included in corporate expenses; $0.3 million non-cash compensation included in broadcast operating expenses; and $0.2 million non-cash compensation included in Internet operating expenses.

Per share numbers are calculated based on 26,032,789 diluted weighted average shares for the nine months ended September 30, 2014, and 24,832,140 diluted weighted average shares for the nine months ended September 30, 2013.

Balance Sheet

As of September 30, 2014, the company had $2.8 million outstanding on its revolver and $284.0 million outstanding on the Term Loan B. The company was in compliance with the covenants of its credit facility. The company’s bank leverage ratio was 5.42 versus a compliance covenant of 6.50.

Cash Distribution

Salem paid a quarterly cash distribution of $0.0625 per share on its Class A and Class B common stock on September 30, 2014 to shareholders of record as of September16, 2014. The distributions totaled approximately $1.6 million.

Acquisitions and Divestitures

The following transactions were completed since July 1, 2014:

On October 1, 2014, we completed the acquisition of radio station KXXT-AM in Phoenix, Arizona for $0.6 million.

Conference Call Information

Salem will host a teleconference to discuss its results on November 6, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. Pacific Time. To access the teleconference, please dial (719) 325-2214, passcode 9300007 or listen via the investor relations portion of the company’s website, located at www.salem.cc. A replay of the teleconference will be available through November 20, 2014 and can be heard by dialing (719) 457-0820, passcode 9300007 or on the investor relations portion of the company’s website, located at www.salem.cc.

Fourth Quarter 2014 Outlook

For the fourth quarter of 2014, Salem is projecting total revenue to increase 6% to 8% over fourth quarter 2013 total revenue of $62.7 million. The company is also projecting operating expenses before gains or losses on disposal of assets, impairment losses, changes in the fair value of contingent earn-out consideration and stock-based compensation expense to increase 8% to 11% as compared to the fourth quarter of 2013 operating expenses of $52.3 million. Without the acquisition of Eagle, the company would be projecting revenue to be down 1% to up 1% and expenses to be down 1% to up 2%.

About Salem Communications

Salem Communications Corporation is America’s leading Christian and conservative multi-media corporation, with media properties comprising radio, digital media and book, magazine and newsletter publishing. Each day Salem serves a loyal and dedicated audience of listeners and readers numbering in the millions nationally. With its unique programing focus, Salem provides compelling content, fresh commentary and relevant information from some of the most respected figures across the media landscape.

The company, through its Salem Radio Group, is the largest commercial U.S. radio broadcasting company providing Christian and conservative programing. Salem owns and operates 105 local radio stations, with 63 stations in the top 25 media markets. Salem Radio Network (“SRN”) is a full-service national radio network, with nationally syndicated programs comprising Christian teaching and talk, conservative talk, news, and music. SRN is home to many industry-leading hosts including: Bill Bennett, Mike Gallagher, Hugh Hewitt, Michael Medved, Dennis Prager and Janet Mefferd.

Salem New Media is a powerful source of Christian and conservative themed news, analysis, and commentary. Salem’s Christian sites include: Christianity.com, BibleStudyTools.com, GodTube.com, GodVine.com, WorshipHouseMedia.com and OnePlace.com. Considered by many to be a consolidation of the conservative news and opinion sector’s most influential brands, Salem’s conservative sites include Townhall.com, HotAir.com, Twitchy.com, HumanEvents.com and RedState.com.

Salem’s Regnery Publishing unit, with a 65-year history, remains the nation’s leading publisher of conservative books. Having published many of the seminal works of the early conservative movement, Regnery today continues as the dominant publisher in the conservative space, with leading authors including: Ann Coulter, Dinesh D’Souza, Newt Gingrich, David Limbaugh, Michelle Malkin and Mark Steyn. Salem’s book publishing business also includes Xulon Press™, a leading provider of self-publishing services for Christian and conservative authors.

Salem Publishing™ publishes Christian and conservative magazines including Homecoming, YouthWorker Journal, The Singing News, Preaching and Townhall Magazine.

Salem Communications also owns Eagle Financial Publications and Eagle Wellness. Eagle Financial Publications provide market analysis and specific investment advice for individual investors from seasoned financial experts Mark Skousen, Nicholas Vardy, Chris Versace and Doug Fabian. Eagle Wellness provides practical health advice and is a trusted source for nutritional supplements from one of the country’s leading complementary health physicians.

Forward-Looking Statements
Statements used in this press release that relate to future plans, events, financial results, prospects or performance are forward-looking statements as defined under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Actual results may differ materially from those anticipated as a result of certain risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to the ability of Salem to close and integrate announced transactions, market acceptance of Salem’s radio station formats, competition from new technologies, adverse economic conditions, and other risks and uncertainties detailed from time to time in Salem’s reports on Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K and other filings filed with or furnished to the Securities and Exchange Commission. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date hereof. Salem undertakes no obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements to reflect new information, changed circumstances or unanticipated events.

(1) Regulation G

Station operating income, Internet and e-commerce operating income, publishing operating income, EBITDA, Adjusted EBITDA, and free cash flow are financial measures not prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (“GAAP”). Station operating income is defined as net broadcast revenue minus broadcast operating expenses. Internet and e-commerce operating income is defined as Internet and e-commerce revenue minus Internet and e-commerce operating expenses. Publishing operating income is defined as publishing revenue minus publishing operating expenses. EBITDA is defined as net income before interest, taxes, depreciation, amortization and change in fair value of interest rate swaps. Adjusted EBITDA is defined as EBITDA before gain or loss on the disposal of assets, change in estimated fair value of contingent earn-out consideration and non-cash compensation expense. Free cash flow is defined as Adjusted EBITDA less capital expenditures, less cash paid for income taxes, less cash paid for interest. Salem has provided supplemental information as an attachment to this press release, reconciling these non-GAAP financial measures to the most directly comparable financial measures prepared in accordance with GAAP. The company believes these non-GAAP financial measures, when considered in conjunction with the most directly comparable GAAP financial measures, provide useful measures of the company’s operating performance.

Station operating income, Internet and e-commerce operating income, publishing operating income, EBITDA, Adjusted EBITDA, and free cash flow are generally recognized by the broadcast and media industry as important measures of performance. These measures are used by investors and analysts who report on the industry to provide meaningful comparisons between entities. They are not a measure of liquidity or of performance in accordance with GAAP, and should be viewed as a supplement to and not a substitute for, or superior to, the company’s results of operations presented on a GAAP basis such as operating income and net income. Salem’s definitions of station operating income, Internet and e-commerce operating income, publishing operating income, EBITDA, Adjusted EBITDA, and free cash flow are not necessarily comparable to similarly titled measures reported by other companies.

Salem Communications Corporation Condensed Consolidated Statements of Operations (in thousands, except share, per share and margin data) Three Months Ended Nine Months Ended September 30, September 30, 2013 2014 2013 2014 (Unaudited) Net broadcast revenue $ 46,015 $ 46,962 $ 136,287 $ 140,393 Net Internet and e-commerce revenue 9,390 14,511 29,012 41,811 Net publishing revenue 3,071 8,130 8,941 18,369 Total net revenue 58,476 69,603 174,240 200,573 Operating expenses: Broadcast operating expenses 30,847 32,596 91,258 97,695 Internet and e-commerce operating expenses 6,644 10,931 20,372 30,811 Publishing operating expenses 3,301 6,766 9,776 17,624 Corporate expenses 4,951 5,254 15,839 17,542 Change in the estimated fair value of contingent earn-out consideration — 545914 Impairment of indefinite-lived long-term assets other than goodwill — — 345 — Impairment of goodwill — — 438 — Depreciation and amortization 3,784 4,671 11,389 14,104 (Gain) loss on disposal of assets (25 ) (7 ) (20 ) 214 Total operating expenses 49,502 60,756 149,397 178,904 Net operating income from continuing operations 8,974 8,847 24,843 21,669 Other income (expense): Interest income 16 2 52 43 Interest expense (3,770 ) (4,139 ) (13,212 ) (11,986 ) Change in fair value of interest rate swaps (1,033 ) 1,046 2,545 (1,423 ) Loss on early retirement of long-term debt (16 ) (18 ) (27,792 ) (26 ) Net miscellaneous income and expenses 4 572 15 652 Income (loss) from continuing operations before income taxes 4,175 6,310 (13,549 ) 8,929 Provision (benefit from) for income taxes (1,159 ) 2,567 (5,506 ) 3,492 Income (loss) from continuing operations 5,334 3,743 (8,043 ) 5,437 Loss from discontinued operations, net of tax (11 ) — (26 ) — Net income (loss) $ 5,323 $ 3,743 $ (8,069 ) $ 5,437 Basic income (loss) per share before discontinued operations $ 0.21 $ 0.14 $ (0.32 ) $ 0.21 Income (loss) per share from discontinued operations, net of tax — — — — Basic income (loss) per share after discontinued operations $ 0.21 $ 0.14 $ (0.32 ) $ 0.21 Diluted income (loss) per share before discontinued operations $ 0.21 $ 0.14 $ (0.32 ) $ 0.21 Income (loss) per share from discontinued operations, net of tax — — — — Diluted income (loss) per share after discontinued operations $ 0.21 $ 0.14 $ (0.32 ) $ 0.21 Distributions per share $ — $ 0.06 $ 0.10 $ 0.18 Basic weighted average shares outstanding 25,126,858 25,536,397 24,832,140 25,258,025 Diluted weighted average shares outstanding 25,921,391 26,265,957 24,832,140 26,032,789 Other data: Station operating income $ 15,168 $ 14,366 $ 45,029 $ 42,698 Station operating margin 33.0 % 30.6 % 33.0 % 30.4 % Salem Communications Corporation Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheets (in thousands) December 31, 2013 September 30, 2014 (Unaudited) Assets Cash $ 65 $ 311 Trade accounts receivable, net 37,627 40,168 Deferred income taxes 6,876 6,876 Other current assets 6,477 12,054 Property, plant and equipment, net 98,928 100,296 Intangible assets, net 413,871 425,052 Fair value of interest rate swap agreement 3,177 1,754 Deferred financing costs 4,130 3,628 Other assets 3,962 2,413 Total assets $ 575,113 $ 592,552 Liabilities and Stockholders’ Equity Current liabilities $ 31,782 $ 42,719 Long-term debt and capital lease obligations 287,672 283,506 Deferred income taxes 43,457 46,590 Other liabilities 10,417 14,603 Stockholders’ equity 201,785 205,134 Total liabilities and stockholders’ equity $ 575,113 $ 592,552 Salem Communications Corporation Supplemental Information (in thousands) Three Months Ended Nine Months Ended September 30, September 30, 2013 2014 2013 2014 (Unaudited) Capital Expenditures $ 2,560 $ 1,793 $ 7,792 $ 7,910 Reconciliation of Same Station Net Broadcast Revenue to Total Net Broadcast Revenue Net broadcast revenue – same station $ 46,015 $ 46,491 $ 136,238 $ 139,475 Net broadcast revenue – acquisitions — 471 49 918 Total net broadcast revenue $ 46,015 $ 46,962 $ 136,287 $ 140,393 Reconciliation of Same Station Broadcast Operating Expenses to Total Broadcast Operating Expenses Broadcast operating expenses – same station $ 30,847 $ 32,048 $ 91,139 $ 96,505 Broadcast operating expenses revenue – acquisitions — 548 119 1,190 Total broadcast operating expenses $ 30,847 $ 32,596 $ 91,258 $ 97,695 Reconciliation of Same Station Operating Income to Total Station Operating Expenses Station operating income – same station $ 15,168 $ 14,443 $ 45,099 $ 42,970 Station operating income – acquisitions — (77 ) (70 ) (272 ) Total station operating income $ 15,168 $ 14,366 $ 45,029 $ 42,698 Salem Communications Corporation Supplemental Information (in thousands) Three Months Ended Nine Months Ended September 30, September 30, 2013 2014 2013 2014 (Unaudited) Reconciliation of SOI and Internet Operating Income and Publishing Operating Income to Net Operating Income from Continuing Operations
Station operating income $ 15,168 $ 14,366 $ 45,029 $ 42,698 Internet and e-commerce operating income 2,746 3,580 8,640 11,000 Publishing operating income (loss) (230 ) 1,364 (835 ) 745 Less: Corporate expenses (4,951 ) (5,254 ) (15,839 ) (17,542 ) Change in the estimated fair value of contingent earn-out consideration — (545 )(914 ) Depreciation and amortization (3,784 ) (4,671 ) (11,389 ) (14,104 ) Impairment of indefinite-lived long-term assets other than goodwill — — (345 ) — Impairment goodwill — — (438 ) — (Gain) loss on disposal of assets 25 7 20 (214 ) Net operating income from continuing operations $ 8,974 $ 8,847 $ 24,843 $ 21,669 Reconciliation of Adjusted EBITDA to EBITDA to Net Income (Loss) Adjusted EBITDA $ 13,095 $ 14,972 $ 38,539 $ 38,829 Less: Stock-based compensation (358 ) (344 ) (1,529 ) (1,276 ) Loss on early retirement of long-term debt (16 ) (18 ) (27,792 ) (26 ) Discontinued operations, net of tax (11 ) — (26 ) — Change in the estimated fair value of contingent earn-out consideration — (545 )(914 ) Impairment of indefinite-lived long-term assets other than goodwill — — (345 ) — Impairment of goodwill — — (438 ) — (Gain) loss on disposal of assets 25 7 20 (214 ) EBITDA 12,735 14,072 8,429 36,399 Plus: Interest income 16 2 52 43 Less: Depreciation and amortization (3,784 ) (4,671 ) (11,389 ) (14,104 ) Interest expense (3,770 ) (4,139 ) (13,212 ) (11,986 ) Change in fair value of interest rate swap (1,033 ) 1,046 2,545 (1,423 ) Provision for (benefit from) income taxes 1,159 (2,567 ) 5,506 (3,492 ) Net income (loss) $ 5,323 $ 3,743 $ (8,069 ) $ 5,437 Reconciliation of Adjusted EBITDA to Free Cash Flow Adjusted EBITDA $ 13,095 $ 14,972 $ 38,539 $ 38,829 Less: Cash interest (3,549 ) (4,122 ) (13,384 ) (10,804 ) Cash taxes (5 ) (16 ) (250 ) (254 ) Capital expenditures (2,560 ) (1,793 ) (7,792 ) (7,910 ) Free Cash Flow $ 6,981 $ 9,041 $ 17,113 $ 19,861 Selected Debt Data Outstanding at September 30, 2014 Applicable
Interest Rate
Term Loan B (1) $ 134,000 4.50 % Term Loan B (2) 150,000 5.52 % Revolver 2,759 5.25 % (1) Subject to rolling LIBOR but no less than 1.00% plus a spread of 3.50%. (2) Under its swap agreement, the company pays a fixed rate of 1.645% plus a spread of 3.50%. The swap is subject to a LIBOR floor of 0.625% versus the Term Loan B debt floor of 1.00%. The swap matures March 28, 2019. […]

Crazy On Tap – payday loans

>One has to be a complete moron to get suckered for a payday loan.

No. One need only be desperate.

And who doesn’t have an emergency fund.

So that blown transmission means you can’t get to work and lose your job.

Or that blown furnace in the winter means you freeze – because not all HVAC companies offer credit.

So you’re stuck between a rock and a hard place. And the only light down that tunnel is a payday loan. It is the least worst alternative.

It sucks. It is hard to escape.

But the simple fact is that wages for working people have stayed stagnant from the 1980s while costs have shot up. Little people have been getting screwed, and while payday loans are evil, our society has become evil in the biblical sense:

>“‘Now this was the sin of your sister Sodom: She and her daughters were arrogant, overfed and unconcerned; they did not help the poor and needy. 50 They were haughty and did detestable things before me. Therefore I did away with them as you have seen.

http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ezekiel+16:49-50

If you think Americans aren’t “overfed and unconcerned”, then you haven’t shopped at WalMart lately. If you think Americans aren’t arrogant, you haven’t noticed the hypocritical rhetoric about Putin. If you think America “helps the poor and needy”, then you haven’t noticed how the GOP keeps trying to cut welfare, food stamps and social security. I’d put drones and the torture camps at Abu Ghirab & Gitmo as “detestable things before me”.

America isn’t a Christian country, our so-called religious leaders preach and do the exact opposite of what Christ said to do. That makes America the minions of Satan. Oh, what time is it? Time for that broken clock in Tehran to be right – that America is the Great Satan.

[…]

Cash hard to raise as Fed jars credit markets

(Reuters) – Prospective borrowers ranging from U.S. companies to county governments on Monday shelved a raft of deals to raise new capital or refinance debt as a suddenly uncertain interest rate environment dented demand.

In the municipal bond market, half a dozen deals aimed at raising collectively more than $300 million were postponed, while several companies pulled plans to refinance syndicated bank loans. Corporate bonds, meanwhile, passed a fourth day with no deals brought to market, either in the risky high-yield sector or the safer investment-grade sphere.

Raising capital has been challenging to say the least since last Wednesday when Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke sent interest rates soaring by outlining a plan to wind down the central bank’s massive stimulus program.

Known as quantitative easing and consisting of $85 billion a month in bond purchases, the program was instrumental in a rally of bonds, equities and commodities, and had driven interest rates to record lows. But since Bernanke’s comments last week, the yield on the benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury Note has shot up 37 basis points, briefly touching a two-year high of 2.67 percent on Monday.

“We need to have panic selling (in Treasuries) out of the way and a stable level on the 10-year Treasury,” before the new-issue market can return, said Scott Schulte, senior investment-grade corporate bond syndicate manager at Citigroup.

That needs to be followed by borrowers willing to sell bonds at higher yields than they had to under the Fed’s easy-money regime.

Corporate bonds had been flying off the shelves until recently as companies looked to refinance at record low rates and yield-hungry investors were ready to sign checks. Since Bernanke first floated the notion last month of a pull back from bond buying, corporate bonds have fallen hard and are now down for the year by 3.74 percent on a total return basis, according to the Barclays investment-grade index.

“The level to which investment grade corporate bonds are interest rate sensitive will certainly be an eye-opener to many total return investors when they open up their quarterly statements on June 30,” said Edward Marrinan, head of Royal Bank of Scotland’s US research.

Said CrediCorp Capital CEO Christian Laub: “What we know is that we won’t see cheap financing like we did in the early half of the year.”

MUNI BOND SALES STALL; LOAN REFINANCINGS SHELVED

Municipal issues have also slowed to a crawl, with bond sales worth $331 million postponed on Monday. That brought the total value of deals shelved since mid-June to $2.6 billion.

A steep price drop in the $3.7 trillion municipal bond market has lifted yields on bonds due in 10 and 30 years to levels not seen since 2011.

“Public officials do not want be the ones selling a deal at yields which result to be top of the market,” said a municipal bond analyst who declined to be named. “They prefer to wait for the market to calm down and become more stable before pushing ahead with their sales.”

Loop Capital, a muni bond underwriter, recently cut its estimate for 2013 muni issuance to $360 billion from $400 billion, but Loop Managing Director Chris Mier said they may cut their forecast more if present conditions persist.

Still, the two big munis deal of the week remain on the calendar for now: $1.3 billion each from the state of Illinois and the city of Los Angeles.

In the syndicated loan market, Loan Pricing Corp, a unit of Thomson Reuters, reported that Beats Electronics, the consumer audio company founded by rapper Dr. Dre, pulled a $600 million to $650 million senior secured loan deal designed to finance a dividend recapitalization.

Meanwhile, aircraft part manufacturer PRV Aerospace shelved a proposed repricing due to market conditions, sources told LPC.

STOCK ISSUANCE ALSO HURT

Equity capital raising is also at risk, bankers said. At least 10 initial public offerings are due to price this week and analysts said some could be postponed, while IPO activity is expected to slow in the coming weeks.

Bankers remain hopeful that two of this week’s biggest IPOs, a $1.3 billion offering by industrial distribution company HD Supply and a $642 million offering by technology distribution company CDW Corporation, will price. But both deals are not yet covered and are facing some pushback on valuation.

“It’s a nervous and anxious time this week for IPO investors,” said IPO Boutique’s managing director Scott Sweet.

Last week, specialty retailer Five Below Inc postponed a secondary share offering citing “current capital market conditions.”

Further south, Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras SA, Brazil’s third-biggest airline, is considering postponing an IPO scheduled for as early as next month and expected to raise some $450 million because of market conditions.

The end of the upcoming quarter, as well as the July 4 U.S. holiday contribute to the expected slowdown, but poor after market performance of recent IPOs such as perfume company Coty Inc and in-flight wireless provider Gogo Inc are also to blame.

(Writing by Rodrigo Campos; Reporting by IFR Markets credit team, Loan Pricing Corp and Reuters Chicago and New York bureaus; Editing by Dan Burns and Andre Grenon)

[…]

Instant Payday Loan | Debt Consolidation – Sharon Astyk

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Have you found that every time your expenditure crosses your revenues? Isn’t it hard to manage all the rising expenditures of a whole month with just few bucks you get as your salary? Or may be, there are months full of holidays and occasions when you are bound to spend more than any other month. And by that, near the end of the month you are left hardly with a note or two! Well, for all those people who have faced situations as these, there are instant payday loans. A payday loan is a short-term loan with a small amount of money. It is designed to serve the purpose of monthly expenditure until the next month’s salary is issued. The instant payday loans are also referred to as cash advances. Typically, the tenure period of such loans are between ten days to twenty days. The amount of the loan ranges from $100 to $1500. The interest rates are generally high with 390% to 900% annualized value.

The instant payday loan is sometimes the only option for people with bad credit or those who face refusals from financial institutions for loans or credit cards facilities.An instant payday loan is the savior in case of emergencies. Accidental incidents form the need for urgent money. And this quick arrangement is possible with this option. There are many financial organizations, especially Christian loan institutions, which can help you out from these terrible situations with payday loans with nominal formalities, sometimes even without a detail credit check in case of no fax payday loans. This is due to the fact that the policy of instant payday loan is to fetch you the money as soon as possible, and every other official details follow later.There are also options available where an instant payday loan does not come up with debt risks or interest payments. This high dependability comes up with the notion that a payday loan is to acquire your own money that you are going to receive in a few weeks.

This type of loan generally takes one to three hours for approval. Then you can have your immediate cash in total two to four hours. There are also other options as same day payday loans and overnight payday loans.With the advent of Internet, online financial loans and banking processes have spun up. The online instant payday loan may quicken the process with lesser complexities and fast reaching facilities. However, online loans generally come up with high interest rates and late fees payments. This results into rising risks for APR of 300 to 1200%. Various online loans systems demand a little more fees and charges than others. This destroys the economic feature of the payday loans.For an instant payday loan, you must be 18 years of age, owning at least a three months’ old direct deposit savings or checking account, employed at least for last three months, earning at least $1000 per month with distinct pay slips details and without multiple balances from previous debts and loans.

With all these requirements prepared now you can shop for your instant payday loan and fetch it really in an instant!.

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Texas politics grab bag: Readers on payday loans, gambling, water …

Greed vs. morals

Re: “Senate passes CPRIT reform — Overhaul would change leadership, bar conflicts of interest by officials,” Thursday news story.

Will passing another law whose aim it is to force people into being ethical really work? If everyone acted in morally and ethically correct ways we wouldn’t need so many laws to begin with would we?

Maybe the problem hides in another darkened corner or our society. Maybe we should examine people’s need and lust for financial gain, social status and ownership of things for the answer. We, as a society, along with many others in this world, have placed so much emphasis on financial status that those who crave it will do almost anything to achieve it.

There are many examples of this, such as corporations paying lawyers to find ways to get around the law, to people who understate income and overstate expense to keep from paying taxes, to many unscrupulous people taking advantage of loopholes or lack of checks and balances to pad their own pockets from programs such as Social Security and Medicare, in addition to CPRIT. Maybe we should try to find ways to have people actually want to place morals and ethics higher on their list of needs.

But, on second thought, maybe that’s not the American way.

LeRoy White, Denton

Payday bill weak

Re: “Payday loan limits advance in Senate — Bill erases tough rules in Dallas, other cities; critics say it’s too weak,” Wednesday news story.

Sen. John Carona’s bill proposal could not be more transparent. This is for the benefit of payday loan companies who I am sure are making contributions to Sen. Carona. This bill would weaken laws already in place in every major city in Texas, including Dallas. “In the eyes of none of us is this a perfect bill,” he said. Yes, this is a harmful bill.

The best thing for Texas is for this bill to die. Shame on you, Sen. Carona.

Gary Watrous, Far North Dallas

Give lenders competition

This article would be better placed on your editorial page than above the fold on the front page of the Metro section. Reporter Christy Hoppe’s article hardly disguises her bias against the industry.

Payday lending is the bottom feeder of consumer credit and caters to financially desperate people. No one is likely to argue that, but that lender segment exists because its customers face worse alternatives.

The article quotes representatives from AARP (another marketing giant, itself) and from the Texas Baptist Christian Life Commission. Neither representative had anything good to say about the widely maligned payday lenders.

If AARP and the Baptist organization would like to help the financially desperate they champion, they should get into the business. Compete with the payday lenders at interest rates they believe to be “fair.” Constrain their interest rates to maybe only 100 percent — surely that would put all the evil lenders out of business and provide a handsome profit to further their own good work.

Put your money where your mouth is, big boys! That’s the quickest way to learn the old banker’s adage that, “You can’t charge enough interest to make up for not getting your principal back.”

Don Reavis, Richardson

Stop lowering standards

As a proud Texan, concerned citizen, and former high school English teacher, I am wondering why we are considering abandoning all but a few of the end of course exams, most of which have an initial phase-in standard for passing set between 30 and 60 percent. Before we simply lower our standards further, shouldn’t we first determine the true issue, then work to correct the process for students?

After years of teachers being forced to teach to minimum-skills tests, the results yielded a 2010 report ranking Texas 47th in the union regarding SAT scores. The commissioner’s proposed compromise of eight EOCs provides essential measurements. They are fair, aligned and consistent, designed by smart Texans as a way of positioning ourselves against low expectations and mediocrity.

Texas can improve its rankings if teachers, those guys and gals wearing the white hats and champions of children, are given the time, resources, and respect to get the job done. But we should not run away from test results.

The EOC exams make us examine ourselves squarely in the face and do something. Texans are strong enough to face our villain, and the STAAR test is not he. The guy’s name wearing the black hat is Ignorance.

Deborah E. Louis, Dallas

Raise retired teacher fund

There are over 900,000 active school teachers and 360,000 retired teachers in Texas, a total of 1.2 million. One in every four households has a member covered under the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.

TRS members are a large part of the economic recovery in Texas. House Bill 1383 provides an increase in funding for the TRS Pension Fund. Texas Legislature decreased the amount of the funding to the minimum required by law of 6 percent. The entire funding of TRS amounts to only 2 percent of the state budget.

On March 20, 1,100 retired educators traveled to Austin to lobby for TRS pension and health care funding. Region 10, including Collin County, was represented by 160 TRTA members. There has been no increase in benefits and a sharp increase in health care premiums in the last 12 years. Our pleas seem to have landed on deft ears. Neither representative from Collin County will support HB1383.

If you are an active teacher or a retired one, I urge you to call or email your representative and ask them to co-sponsor HB1383. Without the passing of this bill, the future of retired and active teachers is in economic jeopardy.

Pat Hill, Allen

Keep casino money here

Re: “A slowdown, but still growth for Oklahoma tribal casinos,” Monday Business story.

To the quote, “Who says Texas doesn’t have casino gambling? One of the world’s largest casinos — WinStar — is just an hour away from D-FW’s northern suburbs” – I’ll say: It doesn’t.

All of those Texans (myself included) either drive or take the bus to Oklahoma and that is where the revenue from us stays — in Oklahoma. Texas gets zero revenue from Texans who gamble.

Texas, however, does get more road wear because of all the traffic that has to leave the state to find a place to gamble.

In the mid 1990s there was an attempt to bring casino gambling to Texas to help fund schools. If it had been brought in then, our schools would not be in constant “we don’t have enough money” mode.

As you can see by the numbers in the article, even in the great recession of 2008 to 2009, gaming revenue increased each year — revenue that goes to Oklahoma, not Texas.

I believe it is time for casino gambling to be brought out of committee (where special interests keep it dead) and be made available for us voters to have our say in allowing it.

Why are we allowing a group of self-serving individuals to keep a valuable revenue source that could solve many of Texas’ funding problems from seeing the light of day?

Steve Berens, Coppell

Conservation is the way

Re: “House OKs fund for water — Huge account will back projects, conservation in parched state,” March 28, news story.

I’m disappointed that Dallas representatives Villalba, Taylor and Harper-Brown voted for an amendment that would have gutted funding for water conservation. Rep. Phil King’s amendment to HB 4, which thankfully failed 104-41, would have removed a requirement that at least 20 percent of state water funding go toward conservation and reuse projects.

The drought has underscored that we cannot continue with business as usual when it comes to Texas’ water future. Water conservation is the cheapest, fastest, and most environmentally responsible way to meet our water needs. In every sector of water use, new technologies and better management practices can enable us to get more out of a gallon of water. We can’t control when it rains, but we can control how we use water. State funding can help cut water waste, improve water conservation, and steer Texas toward a more sustainable water future.

Helen Bush, Dallas

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Salem Communications Announces Expiration of Cash Tender Offer and Consent Solicitation for 9.625% Senior Secured …

CAMARILLO, CA–(Marketwire – Mar 25, 2013) – Salem Communications Corporation (“Salem”) ( NASDAQ : SALM ), announced today the expiration and final results of the cash tender offer (the “Tender Offer”) and consent solicitation (the “Consent Solicitation,” and together with the Tender Offer, the “Offer”) for any and all of its $213.5 million aggregate principal amount of 9.625% Senior Secured Second Lien Notes due 2016 (CUSIP No. 794093 AF1) (the “Notes”) commenced on February 25, 2013. The Offer expired at 12:00 midnight, New York City time, on the night of March 22, 2013 (the “Expiration Date”). In conjunction with the Offer, Salem secured financing consisting of a revolving credit facility of up to $25.0 million and a term loan facility of up to $300.0 million. Proceeds from the term loan facility were used to fund the Offer, to retire all other outstanding corporate debt and to pay related fees and expenses.

On March 14, 2013 (the “Early Settlement Date”), Salem made a payment in cash for all Notes tendered prior to 5:00 p.m., New York City time, on March 8, 2013 (the “Consent Payment Deadline”). As of the Consent Payment Deadline, holders of $212,597,000 in aggregate principal amount of the Notes, representing approximately 99.58% of the aggregate principal amount of the outstanding Notes, had validly tendered and not validly withdrawn such Notes, and validly delivered and not validly revoked consents in respect of such Notes (“Consents”) to the proposed amendments to the Indenture governing the Notes (the “Indenture”). All such Notes were accepted for payment. The holders of the accepted Notes received total consideration of $1,106.54 for each $1,000 in principal amount of Notes validly tendered and not validly withdrawn prior to the Consent Payment Deadline (which includes the consent payment of $30.00 per $1,000 in principal amount of Notes). The total cash payment to purchase such Notes, including accrued and unpaid interest up to, but not including, the Early Settlement Date, was $240,305,859.55.

Between the Consent Payment Deadline and the Expiration Date, no additional Notes were tendered.

A total of $903,000 in aggregate principal of the Notes remains outstanding. As previously announced, on March 14, 2013, Salem issued irrevocable instructions to The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.A., as trustee for the Notes (the “Trustee”), to redeem on June 3, 2013 any Notes that remain outstanding after the Expiration Date and deposited funds with the Trustee sufficient to satisfy and discharge Salem’s obligations under the Indenture as of such date.

Wells Fargo Securities, LLC and SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, Inc. are serving as the dealer managers for the Offer. Persons with questions regarding the Offer should contact Wells Fargo Securities at (866) 309-6316 (toll free) or (704) 410-4760 (collect), or SunTrust Robinson Humphrey at (404) 926-5051. Requests for copies of the Offer to Purchase or other tender offer materials may be directed to Global Bondholder Services Corporation, the Information Agent, at (866) 470-4500 (toll free) or (212) 430-3774 (collect).

This press release does not constitute an offer to purchase the Notes or a solicitation of Consents to amend the Indenture. The Offer is made solely pursuant to the Offer to Purchase. The Offer is not being made to holders of Notes in any jurisdiction in which the making or acceptance thereof would not be in compliance with the securities, blue sky or other laws of such jurisdiction.

Company Information and Forward Looking Statements

About Salem Communications Corporation

Salem Communications Corporation is the largest commercial U.S. radio broadcasting company that provides programming targeted at audiences interested in Christian and conservative opinion radio content, as measured by the number of stations and audience coverage. Upon completion of all announced transactions, Salem will own and/or operate a national portfolio of 99 radio stations in 38 markets, including 61 stations in the top 25 markets. Salem also programs the Family Talk™ Christian-themed talk format on SiriusXM Channel 131.

Salem also owns Salem Radio Network, a national radio network that syndicates talk, news and music programming to approximately 2,400 affiliated radio stations and Salem Media Representatives, a national media advertising sales firm with offices across the country.

In addition to its radio broadcast business, Salem owns an Internet and a publishing division. Salem Web Network is a provider of online Christian and conservative-themed content and streaming and includes websites such as Christian faith focused Christianity.com, Questions and Answers about Jesus Christ at Jesus.org, Christian living focused Crosswalk.com®, online Bible at BibleStudyTools.com, Christian videos at GodTube.com, a leading website providing church media at WorshipHouseMedia.com and Christian radio ministries online at OnePlace.com. Additionally Salem owns conservative news leader Townhall.com® and conservative political blog HotAir.com, providing conservative commentary, news and blogging. Salem Publishing™ circulates Christian and conservative magazines such as Homecoming® The Magazine, YouthWorker Journal™, The Singing News®, FaithTalk Magazine™, Preaching™ and Townhall Magazine™. Xulon Press™ is a provider of self-publishing services targeting the Christian audience.

This press release contains forward-looking statements conveying management’s expectations as to the future based on current plans, estimates and projections. Forward-looking statements involve inherent risks and uncertainties and Salem Communications Corporation cautions you that a number of important factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in any such forward-looking statement. The forward-looking statements contained in this press release include statements related the redemption of the Notes and the satisfaction and discharge of the Indenture. Investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date hereof. Salem Communications Corporation does not undertake to update any of these statements in light of new information or future events, except, with respect to the Offer, as required by law.

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Looser bank buffer rules no panacea for Europe woes

FRANKFURT/LONDON (Reuters) – A move by global regulators to give banks more time and flexibility to build up cash reserves will do little to support a recovery in Europe, where recession-hit companies and households have scant appetite for more debt.

In the United States, where economic recovery already appears to be underway, the impact may be more significant due to a bigger market for mortgage-backed securities which, if revived, could lend support to the housing market.

The Basel Committee agreed on Sunday to give banks four more years to build up cash buffers against future shocks like the 2008/09 financial crisis, and to widen the range of assets they can use to include shares and residential mortgage-backed securities, as well as lower-rated company bonds.

This pull-back from an earlier draft of global liquidity rules, which aim to help prevent another banking crisis, means lenders will in theory have more scope to use some of their reserves to help struggling economies grow.

But in the euro zone, where the European Central Bank’s own forecasts suggest the economy will shrink 0.3 percent this year, freeing up banks’ capacity to lend cannot make up for a dearth of demand from uncertain businesses and consumers.

“Overall it is positive, but I don’t think it is enough to turn around the whole situation in the short-run,” Berenberg Bank economist Christian Schulz said of the Basel rules change.

“Once the (economic) rebound actually starts, I think this is going to amplify it a little,” added Schulz, who put the effect on growth in the 17-country euro zone at no more than 0.1-0.2 percentage points of annual gross domestic product (GDP).

A spokeswoman for Raiffeisen Bank International (Xetra: A0D9SUnews) said: “This is a positive signal by the Basel Committee.” However, she stopped short of saying it would fuel extra lending.

Bank Austria, the UniCredit (Milan: UCG.MInews) unit that is emerging Europe’s biggest lender, said the changes “will make it easier in future to lend to companies than the originally planned rules did”.

UNCERTAIN OUTLOOK

The regulators’ change of tack at least offers the prospect of supporting lending to households and businesses – an area where the ECB has struggled to have an impact.

The ECB channelled more than 1 trillion euros in cheap, 3-year loans to banks in late 2011 and early 2012. The central bank says this averted a major credit crunch but demand remains the real problem.

“To a large extent, subdued loan dynamics reflect the weak outlook for GDP, heightened risk aversion and the ongoing adjustment in the balance sheets of households and enterprises, all of which weigh on credit demand,” ECB President Mario Draghi said in his statement after the bank’s December policy meeting.

The ECB’s last quarterly Bank Lending Survey showed that euro zone banks made it harder for firms to borrow in the third quarter and expected to toughen loan requirements further, even though their own funding constraints eased.

By far the most important reason banks cited for tightening credit standards for firms was the economic outlook. Reduced investments were the main reason for lower corporate loans demand.

The picture was similar for household loans, with the economic outlook cited as the main reason for tightening credit standards, followed by housing market prospects.

Howard Archer, economist at Global Insight, saw little effect on Europe’s economy from the looser bank buffer rules.

“This may increase banks’ ability to lend but whether their willingness to lend increases that much, I am dubious because of the economic environment,” he said. “At the same time, I think demand for credit will remain pretty muted overall as well.”

U.S., INVESTOR OPPORTUNITIES

The decision to include residential mortgage-backed securities in the assets banks can put into the cash buffer – even if at a hefty discount to their value – should help banks in the United States and stimulate the U.S. securitisation market.

“This should, at the margin, favour U.S. banks relative to European banks, because the use of these assets is much less common in most European countries than it is in the United States,” said Tobias Blattner, economist at Daiwa Europe.

Any fresh support to the U.S. economy – where employers added 155,000 jobs last month and factory activity rebounded – could help it to accelerate further away from Europe.

The United States, China and much of the developing world have already decoupled from Europe, leaving it to wallow in various stages of recession and fiscal disarray.

From an investor point of view, the cash buffer changes could increase the attractiveness of the bank debt, asset-backed securities and other types of assets now included in the rules.

Under the original draft, emphasis was almost exclusively on holding sovereign debt but the changes mean some corporate debt rated as low as BBB-, a range of easy-to-sell shares and double-A rated residential mortgage-backed securities can also be used.

The iTraxx senior financial index, which measures the risk of a default on bank debt, saw spreads narrow from 125 to 121.5 basis points on Monday, a sign that investors see the changes as potentially beneficial for bank debt.

“Credit spreads are a bit tighter,” said one credit market trader. “But it (the index) has had a very big performance since the start of the year, so perhaps that has limited the impact we have seen.”

There are other restricting factors. Deductions, known as haircuts, will be taken from the assets’ value to ensure they provide adequate protection even if their value drops. Combined they will be allowed to account for only 15 percent of what a bank must hold.

With a broader menu of assets now available, analysts said the rules changes could ease demand for sovereign bonds. There was no sign of an immediate market reaction on Monday but strategists mulled a longer-term shift.

“From a big picture perspective, these revisions are potentially negative for sovereign debt in so much as they reduce banks’ imperative to hold government bonds,” said analysts at Rabobank, adding that the changes could boost demand for corporate debt.

(Additional reporting by Eva Kuehnen and Sakari Suoninen in Frankfurt, and by Michael Shields in Vienna; editing by David Stamp)

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Documentary Criticizes Payday Loans – Christian Reformed Church

The Micah Center in Grand Rapids, Mich., this week presented a documentary that the organization has done on the multi-billion-dollar payday loan industry.

Although payday loan operations are in business all across the United States and Canada, as well as in Europe and elsewhere, the documentary focuses on the Grand Rapids area, where there are significantly more payday loan operations than McDonald’s restaurants.

Making the issue especially important are biblical mandates that criticize usury. For instance, there is Ezekeil 18: 13 , which asks the question of what happens to a man who engages in usury:“Will such a man live? He will not! Because he has done all these detestable things, he will surely be put to death and his blood will be on his own head.”

The Micah Center takes verses relating to the sinful nature of charging too much interest very seriously, says Jordan Bruxvoort, director of the Micah Center in Grand Rapids. There are Micah centers in other states and in Canada.

Several Christian Reformed Church congregations are members of the Micah Center, a social justice organization that, among other things, provides advocacy and education on issues such as payday loans.

In its documentary. the Grand Rapids Micah Center features two people who received payday loans, an ex-employee of a payday loan operation, as well as Rev. Dallas Lenear, chairperson of the Micah Center’s task force on payday loans.

Meeting on Tueday, Nov. 6 at Hope Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, the Micah center used the documentary to highlight its concerns about a business that often charges, when all is said and done, up to 300 percent interest on loans they give.

“Payday loan businesses have grown exponentially during this time of the recession,” said Lenear, a Grand Rapids pastor.

The payday loan business has to be licensed in Michigan, as it does in many other states in the United States.

While some states cap at 36 percent the interest rate for payday loans, the law in Michigan is lax. It does not place a limit on the interest these operations charge.

People often come to a payday loan outlet because they are in need of a short-term loan to pay bills or cover the cost of emergency needs.

As a result, these people get into trouble when it comes time to repay the loans and, for various reasons, can’t pay it right away.

“We want to develop alternatives for people who need a loan,” says Bruxvoort. “We want to make sure that they don’t have to pay the exorbitant rates of interest.”

Once an alternative is in place, the Micah Center will likely turn its attention to the state of Michigan, asking for legislation that caps the interest rate payday loan operations can charge.

Bruxvoort said the local Micah Center will also be taking part in a nationwide protest in January, drawing attention to how payday loan centers take advantage of people.

In addition, the Micah Center wants to show its documentary to churches and then to discuss the issues involved in payday loans.

“We are involved in this because we want to help protect the rights of the poor by finding alternatives so they can receive a loan at a lower interest rate,” says Bruxvoort.

To view a program that offers a look at the payday loan problem, visit Focus on Issues. To contact the Micah Center, email Jordan Bruxvoort at jordan.bruxvoort@gmail.com.

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City splash the cash on deadline day

Manchester City completed a triple swoop for Inter Milan star Maicon, Swansea winger Scott Sinclair and Fiorentina defender Matija Nastasic as the Premier League champions embarked on a transfer deadline day spending spree.

City boss Roberto Mancini has endured a frustrating time in the transfer market since the end of last season, but there was a late flurry of activity at Eastlands before Friday’s 2200GMT deadline.

The Italian’s £6 million move for Sinclair was followed by the capture of Brazil right-back Maicon for £3 million.

Next up was a £12 million deal for Serbia’s Nastasic, which saw City defender Stefan Savic join Fiorentina in part exchange for the 19-year-old, as well as the arrival of former Arsenal goalkeeper Richard Wright on a free transfer.

Mancini wasn’t finished there and he was hoping to complete a move for Benfica midfielder Javi Garcia in the final minutes before the transfer window shut until January.

To make room for his fresh recruits, Mancini sold Dutch midfielder Nigel de Jong to AC Milan, while Paraguay striker Roque Santa Cruz moved to Malaga on a season-long loan.

Tottenham were the other big movers, signing Lyon goalkeeper Hugo Lloris and swooping for Fulham forward Clint Dempsey.

United States international Dempsey was reported to be having a medical with Tottenham after Liverpool and Aston Villa were unable to complete a deal for the £7 million-rated star.

As well as gate-crashing the Dempsey chase, Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas pushed through an £8 million swoop for French international Lloris, who signed a four-year contract.

“I am here because I believe in Tottenham,” Lloris told Spurs TV Online.

“They have great team and everything is right to win a place in the Champions League next year.”

On a frantic day at White Hart Lane, Villas-Boas also sold Holland midfielder Rafael van der Vaart to his former club Hamburg and off-loaded Mexico forward Giovani Dos Santos to Spanish club Real Mallorca.

Fulham boss Martin Jol sealed a significant coup for his club as he signed Bulgarian striker Dimitar Berbatov from Manchester United for £5 million.

Berbatov rejected interest from Juventus, Fiorentina and Tottenham to be reunited with Jol, who worked with the forward at Spurs.

“I’m delighted to have signed for Fulham and I look forward to playing under Martin Jol once again,” Berbatov said.

Jol also brought in former England left-back Kieran Richardson from Sunderland, who then landed Tottenham defender Danny Rose on loan as a replacement.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers continued his Anfield clear-out as Scotland international Charlie Adam was sold to Stoke for £4 million, while fellow midfielder Jay Spearing joined Bolton on a season-long loan and striker Nathan Eccleston moved to Blackpool.

Across Merseyside, Everton signed Bryan Oviedo from FC Copenhagen after agreeing a £5 million fee for the Costa Rica defender.

Southampton finally signed Gaston Ramirez from Bologna for around £12 million after chasing the 21-year-old Uruguay playmaker for several weeks, and also landed USA Under-20 international goalkeeper Cody Cropper from Ipswich.

Swansea, needing a replacement for Sinclair, signed Spain winger Pablo Hernandez from Valencia for a club record £5.55 million.

Arsenal allowed South Korea striker Park Chu-young to go out on loan to Celta Vigo with a view to a permanent switch, while Denmark striker Nicklas Bendtner agreed a season-long loan with Italian champions Juventus.

QPR midfielder Joey Barton joined French club Marseille on a season-long loan, with defender Stephane Mbia moving in the other direction on a two-year contract.

Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert bolstered his squad with the signings of Belgium striker Christian Benteke, who cost £7 million from Genk, £2 million Crewe midfielder Ashley Westwood and young striker Jordan Bowery, a £500,000 capture from Chesterfield.

West Bromwich Albion signed Dynamo Kiev’s Macedonia left-back Goran Popov on a season-long loan with a view to a permanent deal.

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