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Sky News Australia
MGC cannabis products approved by CanadaMedicinal cannabis and cosmetics firm MGC Pharmaceuticals has had its cannabis-
MGC cannabis products approved by Canada
Sky News Australia / Posted 2 minutes ago
Medicinal cannabis and cosmetics firm MGC Pharmaceuticals has had its cannabis-based anti-ageing cosmetics approved for sale in Canada. MGC on Monday said Health Canada's approval enables the company to immediately enter the Canadian cosmetics... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Patties Foods gets $230m takeover offerPies and frozen desserts supplier Patties Foods has received a non-binding take
Patties Foods gets $230m takeover offer
Sky News Australia / Posted 2 minutes ago
Pies and frozen desserts supplier Patties Foods has received a non-binding takeover proposal from private equity firm Pacific Equity Partners (PEP). PEP has offered to pay $1.65 in cash for each Patties Foods share, valuing the company at nearly... Read more
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WA Today
Lynas Corp gets debt reprieveStruggling rare earths miner Lynas has earned a reprieve with its lenders agree
Lynas Corp gets debt reprieve
WA Today / Posted 2 minutes ago
Struggling rare earths miner Lynas has earned a reprieve with its lenders agreeing to postpone payments due in May and September until December. The company said, in a statement on Monday, a $US2 million principal repayment due on June 30, as well... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Market may weaken further this week | BusinessMANILA, Philippines – The market rally is losing steam as investors wait for fr
Market may weaken further this week | Business
Pilipino Star / Posted 5 minutes ago
MANILA, Philippines – The market rally is losing steam as investors wait for fresh leads, analysts said over the weekend. The benchmark Philippine Stock Exchange index is expected to drop to the 7,000 to 7,200 levels in the week ahead, said Jonathan... Read more
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Pilipino Star
George Ty open to further raising stake in MPIC | BusinessMANILA, Philippines – GT Capital Holdings Inc. of taipan George Ty is open to i
George Ty open to further raising stake in MPIC | Business
Pilipino Star / Posted 5 minutes ago
MANILA, Philippines – GT Capital Holdings Inc. of taipan George Ty is open to increasing its stake in Pangilinan-led infrastructure conglomerate Metro Pacific Investments Corp. (MPIC) if the opportunity arises in the future, officials said over the... Read more
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Pilipino Star
State firms improve Q1 budget absorption | BusinessMANILA, Philippines – State agencies improved their capacity to absorb their bu
State firms improve Q1 budget absorption | Business
Pilipino Star / Posted 5 minutes ago
MANILA, Philippines – State agencies improved their capacity to absorb their budget ahead of an election ban on public projects by the end of March. As of the first quarter, 27.39 percent or P711.26 billion of the P2.6-trillion allotments were... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Alsons to sell more shares to Toyota Tsusho | BusinessMANILA, Philippines – Listed Alsons Consolidated Resources Inc. of the Alcantar
Alsons to sell more shares to Toyota Tsusho | Business
Pilipino Star / Posted 5 minutes ago
MANILA, Philippines – Listed Alsons Consolidated Resources Inc. of the Alcantara Group is selling more equity to Japan’s Toyota Tsusho Corp. or to new equity investors to bankroll the construction of another unit in its Sarangani power plant. Toyota... Read more
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CIO
Sarah Harland appointed Suncorp CIOSuncorp Group has appointed Sarah Harland as its new CIO, coming across from Me
Sarah Harland appointed Suncorp CIO
CIO / Posted 6 minutes ago
Suncorp Group has appointed Sarah Harland as its new CIO, coming across from Medibank where she spent the last five months as executive general manager, technology and operations, based in Melbourne. She has replaced Matt Pancino, who left Suncorp... Read more
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The Hindu
Namma Metro after 10 p.m.? It’s possibleIn the future, it may be possible for you to take the metro back home from work
Namma Metro after 10 p.m.? It’s possible
The Hindu / Posted 9 minutes ago
In the future, it may be possible for you to take the metro back home from work after 10 p.m. Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. (BMRCL) has expressed willingness to operate Namma Metro past the current closing time if enough people come forward... Read more
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Zero Hedge
ECB Policy-Failure On Display: European Businesses Aren't Planning To InvestThere once was a time (at least in banished Austrian economic circles) when low
ECB Policy-Failure On Display: European Businesses Aren't Planning To Invest
Zero Hedge / Posted 11 minutes ago
There once was a time (at least in banished Austrian economic circles) when low market interest rates signaled to entrepreneurs a positive environment in which to make investments in order to grow or create new product. That indicator has long since... Read more
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Zero Hedge
CEO Of Asia's Largest Commodity Trader Unexpectedly ResignsAnd then moments ago things finally turned serious for the company, which just
CEO Of Asia's Largest Commodity Trader Unexpectedly Resigns
Zero Hedge / Posted 11 minutes ago
And then moments ago things finally turned serious for the company, which just a few weeks ago finalized a $3 billion credit facility in what according to some was an "all clear" moment. Apparently the only clarity was for long-time company CEO, and... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
'Much untapped potential': President Tony Tan reflects on Italy state visitROME: Singapore and Italy have made substantial progress in strengthening ties
'Much untapped potential': President Tony Tan reflects on Italy state visit
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 12 minutes ago
ROME: Singapore and Italy have made substantial progress in strengthening ties in several key areas, and President Tony Tan Keng Yam said there are “great prospects for further growth”. Dr Tan, speaking to reporters here on Sunday (May 29) after... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Noble Group says CEO resigns, sells US energy unitSINGAPORE: Noble Group, which has been battling to boost investor confidence af
Noble Group says CEO resigns, sells US energy unit
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 12 minutes ago
SINGAPORE: Noble Group, which has been battling to boost investor confidence after an accounting dispute and weak commodity markets, said on Monday (May 30) that its chief executive has resigned. The Singapore-listed company said it had accepted the... Read more
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Dundas Star News
Conservancy’s grassroots efforts protecting sand dunes in P.E.I.In the world of retail, independent retailers are facing a very competitive mar
Conservancy’s grassroots efforts protecting sand dunes in P.E.I.
Dundas Star News / Posted 15 minutes ago
In the world of retail, independent retailers are facing a very competitive market from big box... A Plus Air in Stoney Creek, Ontario, has been providing home and property owners with quality... Barton Discount Centre's Hamilton showroom has an... Read more
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Market Watch
Mizuho CEO warns of repercussions if Japan delays sales-tax hikeTOKYO — The chief of Mizuho Financial Group Inc. 8411, -0.29% said Japan risks
Mizuho CEO warns of repercussions if Japan delays sales-tax hike
Market Watch / Posted 17 minutes ago
TOKYO — The chief of Mizuho Financial Group Inc. 8411, -0.29% said Japan risks a credit-rating downgrade if Prime Minister Shinzo Abe delays a scheduled sales-tax increase without explaining how the government plans to cut its deficit. Yasuhiro... Read more
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Market Watch
Japan retail sales slipped again in AprilTOKYO--Japanese retail sales fell in April on the back of falling fuel prices a
Japan retail sales slipped again in April
Market Watch / Posted 17 minutes ago
TOKYO--Japanese retail sales fell in April on the back of falling fuel prices and lower sales of household electronics. Retail sales fell 0.8% on year in April, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said Monday, after a revised 1.0% drop the... Read more
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The Age
Lynas Corp gets debt reprieveLynas said a $US2 million principal repayment due on June 30 and interest from
Lynas Corp gets debt reprieve
The Age / Posted 17 minutes ago
Lynas said a $US2 million principal repayment due on June 30 and interest from January 2016, will be postponed. Photo: Rahman Roslan Struggling rare earths miner Lynas has earned a reprieve with its lenders agreeing to postpone payments due in May... Read more
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The Star
Lay Hong JV partner for China marketXIAN (CHINA): Integrated livestock group Lay Hong Bhd is looking for a joint ve
Lay Hong JV partner for China market
The Star / Posted 18 minutes ago
XIAN (CHINA): Integrated livestock group Lay Hong Bhd is looking for a joint venture partner in China to manufacture and sell halal processed food products there in its bid to further expand into the overseas market. Executive chairman Yap Hoong... Read more
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The Irish Times
PTSB initiative targets current account businessCompetition in the market for current accounts is set to increase, with Permane
PTSB initiative targets current account business
The Irish Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
Competition in the market for current accounts is set to increase, with Permanent TSB to unveil a new offer in a bid to win switcher business from other banks. Already one of the more competitive in the market for current accounts, PTSB is expected... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish financial services firms worried about fintech start-upsA quarter of traditional Irish financial services firms fear they will lose mor
Irish financial services firms worried about fintech start-ups
The Irish Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
A quarter of traditional Irish financial services firms fear they will lose more than a fifth of their business to fintech start-ups, according to a new report from accountancy and consulting firm PwC. Four in five believe at least part of their... Read more
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The Irish Times
Codd Mushrooms in major British expansion dealCarlow-based Codd Mushrooms has agreed a deal to acquire a company in Britain i
Codd Mushrooms in major British expansion deal
The Irish Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
Carlow-based Codd Mushrooms has agreed a deal to acquire a company in Britain in a move it expects will more than double its revenues within four years. This will involve the current owner of the business remaining with the company and co-investing... Read more
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The Star
Will Temasek convert Iculs in SAM Engineering?PETALING JAYA: Minority shareholders of SAM Engineering & Equipment (M) Bhd are
Will Temasek convert Iculs in SAM Engineering?
The Star / Posted 18 minutes ago
PETALING JAYA: Minority shareholders of SAM Engineering & Equipment (M) Bhd are likely to get a bounty dividend if the company’s major shareholder decides to convert a large chunk of its loan stocks. The company, which manufacturers parts for... Read more
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The Star
Stanley Thai refute reports Supermax moving to HKKUALA LUMPUR: Supermax Corp Bhd managing director Datuk Seri Stanley Thai Kim S
Stanley Thai refute reports Supermax moving to HK
The Star / Posted 18 minutes ago
KUALA LUMPUR: Supermax Corp Bhd managing director Datuk Seri Stanley Thai Kim Sim has refuted reports that he is moving the company headquarters to Hong Kong. Instead, Supermax, he said would continue to invest (RM100mil into high-end technology... Read more
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The Star
Shahril steals the show with deft answersPETALING JAYA: He came to the venue of a talk on the Employees Provident Fund (
Shahril steals the show with deft answers
The Star / Posted 18 minutes ago
PETALING JAYA: He came to the venue of a talk on the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) unannounced, and without any fanfare – he drove his own car to the car park and walked up to the hall without an entourage of escorts or officials to accompany... Read more
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The Star
Abe plans up to US$90.7bil stimulusTOKYO: Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe plans to propose a fiscal stimulus packa
Abe plans up to US$90.7bil stimulus
The Star / Posted 18 minutes ago
TOKYO: Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe plans to propose a fiscal stimulus package of as much as 10 trillion yen (US$90.7bil) after warning Group of Seven leaders that the global economy faces significant risk of another crisis, according to the... Read more
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The Star
Khazanah Temasek JV project to be ready in 2017SINGAPORE: The integrated Marina One and Duo developments, jointly-owned by Mal
Khazanah Temasek JV project to be ready in 2017
The Star / Posted 18 minutes ago
SINGAPORE: The integrated Marina One and Duo developments, jointly-owned by Malaysia’s strategic investment fund, Khazanah Nasional Bhd and Singapore’s investment company, Temasek Holdings Pte Ltd, are set for completion in 2017. “We are happy to... Read more
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The Star
Australian gold output slips 2% as miners dig lower grade oreSYDNEY: Gold output in Australia, the world’s second biggest producer, slipped
Australian gold output slips 2% as miners dig lower grade ore
The Star / Posted 19 minutes ago
SYDNEY: Gold output in Australia, the world’s second biggest producer, slipped 2% in the first quarter, due in part to mining of lesser grade ores during a period of higher bullion prices, a survey released on Sunday showed. Australian gold... Read more
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The Star
Goldman Sachs comes out with new trade ideaInvestors told to go long on commercial mortgage credit risk NEW YORK: After a
Goldman Sachs comes out with new trade idea
The Star / Posted 19 minutes ago
Investors told to go long on commercial mortgage credit risk NEW YORK: After a series of recommendations this year that didn’t quite go as planned, Goldman Sachs Group Inc has a new top trade idea. Chief credit strategist Charles Himmelberg and... Read more
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The Star
Coal India profit misses estimates as glut weighs down on pricesNEW DELHI: Coal India Ltd, the world’s biggest producer of the fuel, missed ana
Coal India profit misses estimates as glut weighs down on prices
The Star / Posted 19 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: Coal India Ltd, the world’s biggest producer of the fuel, missed analysts’ estimates for fourth-quarter profit as oversupply of the fuel and lower international prices trimmed earnings. Net income for the three months ended March 31 rose... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Lynas Corp gets debt reprieveLynas said a $US2 million principal repayment due on June 30 and interest from
Lynas Corp gets debt reprieve
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 minutes ago
Lynas said a $US2 million principal repayment due on June 30 and interest from January 2016, will be postponed. Photo: Rahman Roslan Struggling rare earths miner Lynas has earned a reprieve with its lenders agreeing to postpone payments due in May... Read more
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