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Sun Star
Diokno: Slide of PH peso not because of DutertePRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte lashing out at the international community was not th
Diokno: Slide of PH peso not because of Duterte
Sun Star / Posted a minute ago
PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte lashing out at the international community was not the reason of the weakening of the Philippine peso, Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno said on Tuesday. In a press conference, Diokno said that it was "not a big deal" that... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Brexit will leave UK better off than EU nations, German business boss predictsBrexit could leave the country better off than its former European Union partne
Brexit will leave UK better off than EU nations, German business boss predicts
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 2 minutes ago
Brexit could leave the country better off than its former European Union partners, a leading German businessman has suggested. Mathias Doepfner, chief executive of publishing giant Axel Springer, said he could see the UK adopting a "more free... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Don't Pinch Pennies, Focus Your Frugality On Expensive Items InsteadFrugality isn’t just about saving money, it’s about being efficient with your m
Don't Pinch Pennies, Focus Your Frugality On Expensive Items Instead
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 3 minutes ago
Frugality isn’t just about saving money, it’s about being efficient with your money, using it in the best way possible. It also means not wasting your time. For maximum efficiency, focus on being frugal with expensive purchases, not cheap ones. In a... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Brexit will leave UK better off than EU nations, German business boss predictsBrexit could leave the country better off than its former European Union partne
Brexit will leave UK better off than EU nations, German business boss predicts
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 minutes ago
Brexit could leave the country better off than its former European Union partners, a leading German businessman has suggested. Mathias Doepfner, chief executive of publishing giant Axel Springer, said he could see the UK adopting a "more free... Read more
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The Hindu
‘Anmol Effect’ has brought good luck to R-Cap shares: AmbaniAnmol, who has a degree from Warwick Business School in the UK, joined the boar
‘Anmol Effect’ has brought good luck to R-Cap shares: Ambani
The Hindu / Posted 4 minutes ago
Anmol, who has a degree from Warwick Business School in the UK, joined the board of Reliance Capital as an additional director a little over one month ago on August 23 Introducing his son Anmol as a new director on Reliance Capital’s board, Chairman... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Brexit will leave UK better off than EU nations, German business boss predictsBrexit could leave the country better off than its former European Union partne
Brexit will leave UK better off than EU nations, German business boss predicts
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 5 minutes ago
Brexit could leave the country better off than its former European Union partners, a leading German businessman has suggested. Mathias Doepfner, chief executive of publishing giant Axel Springer, said he could see the UK adopting a "more free... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Asia stocks, Mexico peso bounce as markets score one for ClintonSYDNEY: Asian shares recovered from an early bout of nerves while the Mexican p
Asia stocks, Mexico peso bounce as markets score one for Clinton
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 7 minutes ago
SYDNEY: Asian shares recovered from an early bout of nerves while the Mexican peso surged on Tuesday as investors awarded the first U.S. presidential debate to Democrat Hillary Clinton over Republican Donald Trump. Markets have tended to see Clinton... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Demand for family homesReal Estate agents say now's the time to sell or buy. IN DEMAND: PRD Tamworth
Demand for family homes
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 8 minutes ago
Real Estate agents say now's the time to sell or buy. IN DEMAND: PRD Tamworth agent Mark Sleiman says four bedroom homes and small lifestyle properties are in high demand. Photo:Peter Hardin 270916PHB16 TAMWORTH buyers are snapping up family homes... Read more
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The News and Star
Brexit will leave UK better off than EU nations, German business boss predictsBrexit could leave the country better off than its former European Union partne
Brexit will leave UK better off than EU nations, German business boss predicts
The News and Star / Posted 9 minutes ago
Brexit could leave the country better off than its former European Union partners, a leading German businessman has suggested. Mathias Doepfner, chief executive of publishing giant Axel Springer, said he could see the UK adopting a "more free... Read more
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USA Today
Asian stocks mixed as traders follow U.S. presidential debateBEIJING - Asian stock markets were mostly higher Tuesday as traders followed th
Asian stocks mixed as traders follow U.S. presidential debate
USA Today / Posted 9 minutes ago
BEIJING - Asian stock markets were mostly higher Tuesday as traders followed the U.S. presidential debate between candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. KEEPING SCORE: Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index advanced 1.1 percent to 23,571.79 and Tokyo’s... Read more
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Northern Echo
Brexit will leave UK better off than EU nations, German business boss predictsBrexit could leave the country better off than its former European Union partne
Brexit will leave UK better off than EU nations, German business boss predicts
Northern Echo / Posted 9 minutes ago
Brexit could leave the country better off than its former European Union partners, a leading German businessman has suggested. Mathias Doepfner, chief executive of publishing giant Axel Springer, said he could see the UK adopting a "more free... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Duterte’s foul mouth hurting economy, solons sayPresident Rodrigo Duterte INQUIRER FILE PHOTO President Rodrigo Duterte’s foul
Duterte’s foul mouth hurting economy, solons say
Inquirier.net / Posted 12 minutes ago
President Rodrigo Duterte INQUIRER FILE PHOTO President Rodrigo Duterte’s foul mouth is wrecking the Philippine economy, scaring away investors who were quickly selling stocks and pulling out investments in the country, lawmakers from the... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Sensex bounces 138 points as Asia shapes up Stocks got back on their feet after two sessions of losses in early trade Tue
Sensex bounces 138 points as Asia shapes up
Manila Bulletin / Posted 12 minutes ago
Stocks got back on their feet after two sessions of losses in early trade Tuesday as the Sensex recovered by over 138 points driven by a fresh round of buying amid a firming trend in other Asian... Read more
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The Age
Cheesed off Pizza Hut franchisees get second bite of the pieMore than $80 million. That's how much cheesed-off Pizza Hut franchisees are ho
Cheesed off Pizza Hut franchisees get second bite of the pie
The Age / Posted 12 minutes ago
More than $80 million. That's how much cheesed-off Pizza Hut franchisees are hoping to take the company for, after reigniting their bid for compensation from the fast-food giant, claiming they were forced to sell unprofitable pizzas. About 200... Read more
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The Age
Global relief after US debate buoys shares, currenciesDespite global market sentiment picking up after Hillary Clinton was judged the
Global relief after US debate buoys shares, currencies
The Age / Posted 12 minutes ago
Despite global market sentiment picking up after Hillary Clinton was judged the winner in the first US presidential debate, Australian shares didn't manage to claw back all of their earlier losses. Technology and telecommunications stocks weighed... Read more
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The Age
Woolworths Holdings appoints new Country Road bossWoolworths Holdings has plucked another executive from British powerhouse Marks
Woolworths Holdings appoints new Country Road boss
The Age / Posted 12 minutes ago
Woolworths Holdings has plucked another executive from British powerhouse Marks and Spencer for its Australian operations appointing Scott Fyfe as the chief executive of the Country Road Group. Woolworths Holdings chief executive Ian Moir said Mr... Read more
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The Irish Times
London banks in talks on Dublin move - Central Bank governorThe governor of the Central Bank Philip Lane said that banks have already begun
London banks in talks on Dublin move - Central Bank governor
The Irish Times / Posted 14 minutes ago
The governor of the Central Bank Philip Lane said that banks have already begun exploring the possibility of moving activities to Dublin following Britain’s vote to leave the European Union, which may jeopardise London’s right to sell financial... Read more
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The Irish Times
Ireland may gain from long-term Brexit impactIreland may eventually gain from the UK’s vote to leave the European Union even
Ireland may gain from long-term Brexit impact
The Irish Times / Posted 14 minutes ago
Ireland may eventually gain from the UK’s vote to leave the European Union even if it causes a short-term downturn, the head of Ireland’s debt management agency said. “The advantages of Ireland as a destination for foreign direct investment from... Read more
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Market Watch
Monte dei Paschi may seek a debt-for-equity swapMILAN -- Troubled Italian lender Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA said Monda
Monte dei Paschi may seek a debt-for-equity swap
Market Watch / Posted 14 minutes ago
MILAN -- Troubled Italian lender Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA said Monday it is considering asking its bondholders to voluntarily convert their securities into shares. The bank, which is in the midst of a EUR5 billion ($5.6 billion)... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
Banks don’t commit crimes, bankers doHey, stop complaining that our government coddles Wall Street’s big, money-grub
Banks don’t commit crimes, bankers do
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 14 minutes ago
Hey, stop complaining that our government coddles Wall Street’s big, money-grubbing banks. Sure, they went belly-up and crashed our economy with their greed. And, yes, Washington bailed them out, while ignoring the plight of workaday people who lost... Read more
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Market Watch
China August industrial profit up 19.5% on yearBEIJING--Earnings growth accelerated sharply in China's industrial sector last
China August industrial profit up 19.5% on year
Market Watch / Posted 14 minutes ago
BEIJING--Earnings growth accelerated sharply in China's industrial sector last month, adding to recent signs that domestic economic growth is starting to stabilize, official data showed Tuesday. Industrial profits grew 19.5% in August from a year... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Global relief after US debate buoys shares, currenciesDespite global market sentiment picking up after Hillary Clinton was judged the
Global relief after US debate buoys shares, currencies
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 minutes ago
Despite global market sentiment picking up after Hillary Clinton was judged the winner in the first US presidential debate, Australian shares didn't manage to claw back all of their earlier losses. Technology and telecommunications stocks weighed... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Woolworths Holdings appoints new Country Road bossWoolworths Holdings has plucked another executive from British powerhouse Marks
Woolworths Holdings appoints new Country Road boss
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 minutes ago
Woolworths Holdings has plucked another executive from British powerhouse Marks and Spencer for its Australian operations appointing Scott Fyfe as the chief executive of the Country Road Group. Woolworths Holdings chief executive Ian Moir said Mr... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Watchdog 'disappointed' with Affinity Water's rise in complaintsAffinity Water has been labelled the worst-performing water-only provider after
Watchdog 'disappointed' with Affinity Water's rise in complaints
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 16 minutes ago
Affinity Water has been labelled the worst-performing water-only provider after a report stated the company had one of the biggest rises in complaints from disgruntled customers across the industry. The review, released on Wednesday (September 21)... Read more
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Canberra Times
Woolworths Holdings appoints new Country Road bossWoolworths Holdings has plucked another executive from British powerhouse Marks
Woolworths Holdings appoints new Country Road boss
Canberra Times / Posted 17 minutes ago
Woolworths Holdings has plucked another executive from British powerhouse Marks and Spencer for its Australian operations appointing Scott Fyfe as the chief executive of the Country Road Group. Woolworths Holdings chief executive Ian Moir said Mr... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australian miner OceanaGold caught up in Philippine environmental crackdownOceanaGold has been caught up in a crackdown launched by the Philippine governm
Australian miner OceanaGold caught up in Philippine environmental crackdown
Canberra Times / Posted 17 minutes ago
OceanaGold has been caught up in a crackdown launched by the Philippine government, with several miners ordered to suspend operations. The Australian company has been the subject of ongoing complaints from local residents for several months, mainly... Read more
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Yonhap News Agency
Stress test shows brokerage firms vulnerable to KOSPI fluctuationsSEOUL, Sept. 27 (Yonhap) -- Fluctuations in share prices affect the financial s
Stress test shows brokerage firms vulnerable to KOSPI fluctuations
Yonhap News Agency / Posted 17 minutes ago
SEOUL, Sept. 27 (Yonhap) -- Fluctuations in share prices affect the financial soundness of South Korean securities firms more than interest rates or foreign exchange rates, the government's data showed Tuesday. In an April stress test of 45 local... Read more
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Canberra Times
Global relief after US debate buoys shares, currenciesDespite global market sentiment picking up after Hillary Clinton was judged the
Global relief after US debate buoys shares, currencies
Canberra Times / Posted 17 minutes ago
Despite global market sentiment picking up after Hillary Clinton was judged the winner in the first US presidential debate, Australian shares didn't manage to claw back all of their earlier losses. Technology and telecommunications stocks weighed... Read more
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Canberra Times
Customer loyalty schemes attracting nearly three-quarters of Australian shoppersCustomer loyalty programs are often criticised for being too complicated and of
Customer loyalty schemes attracting nearly three-quarters of Australian shoppers
Canberra Times / Posted 17 minutes ago
Customer loyalty programs are often criticised for being too complicated and offering little in the way of savings. And yet almost three-quarters of Australian consumers over the age of 14 maintain a loyalty program membership, with one store scheme... Read more
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Scotsman
Martin Flanagan: Aldi ups the pressure on big fourThe market has noted the successive quarters of like-for-like sales recovery at
Martin Flanagan: Aldi ups the pressure on big four
Scotsman / Posted 18 minutes ago
The market has noted the successive quarters of like-for-like sales recovery at Tesco, Morrisons and Sainsbury’s after a lengthy malaise. The previous chronic drift, softened a little now by the fledgeling recovery at those three food majors, has... Read more
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