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EveningTimes Online
OECD warns over risks of raising interest ratesInterest rate setters face a “difficult balancing act” amid the threat of a pot
EveningTimes Online / Posted 3 minutes ago
Interest rate setters face a “difficult balancing act” amid the threat of a potential housing market correction and risks to the wider economy from raising borrowing costs, according to an influential think tank. The Paris-based Organisation for... Read more
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Motley Fool
The InvoCare Limited share price is at an all-time highAlthough it finished the day slightly in the red, in afternoon trade the InvoCa
Motley Fool / Posted 4 minutes ago
Although it finished the day slightly in the red, in afternoon trade the InvoCare Limited (ASX: IVC) share price hit an all-time high of $15.49. This brought the funeral services company?s year-to-date return to in excess of 11%. Why are its shares... Read more
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Motley Fool
The Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd share price just hit a multi-year low It was another disappointing day on the market for the Liquefied Natural Gas
Motley Fool / Posted 4 minutes ago
It was another disappointing day on the market for the Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd(ASX: LNG) share price. The liquefied natural gas developer’s shares touched on a multi-year low of... Read more
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TheBull
OECD says caution needed in raising ratesThe Reserve Bank says the global economy is in better shape than it was a year
TheBull / Posted 5 minutes ago
The Reserve Bank says the global economy is in better shape than it was a year ago and is positive news for Australia. But the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development has questioned how sustainable expansion is when business investment... Read more
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The Economic Times
Tax evasion through stocks: Sebi revokes ban on 114 entitiesMarkets regulator Sebi has revoked trading ban imposed on 114 entities, which h
The Economic Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
Markets regulator Sebi has revoked trading ban imposed on 114 entities, which had come under the scanner for alleged manipulation and misuse of stock market platform for tax evasion, saying it did not find any adverse evidence against them. This... Read more
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The Economic Times
Things should normalise for pharma sector from FY20-21: S Ramesh, LupinTalking to ET Now, S Ramesh, CFO, Lupin , says there were problems associated w
The Economic Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
Talking to ET Now, S Ramesh, CFO, Lupin , says there were problems associated with manufacturing in America itself but that those problems are behind the company now. Edited excerpts: ET Now: Indian pharma has hit a speed breaker and a solid one at... Read more
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The Economic Times
Expect to start with 10-12% share of US market for Omega-3 from Day 1: Shashank Sinha, Strides ShasunTalking to ET Now, Shashank Sinha, MD, Strides Shasun, says the marketing arran
The Economic Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
Talking to ET Now, Shashank Sinha, MD, Strides Shasun, says the marketing arrangement they have stitched up for the US market gives them the right to market the product through one of the market leaders. Edited excerpts: ET Now: You have received the... Read more
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The Economic Times
Smallcap and midcap indices hit record highsMarket Now: Market Now: Broader smallcap and midcap indices hit record highs
The Economic Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
Market Now: Market Now: Broader smallcap and midcap indices hit record highs European stocks tread softly ahead of Fed Market Now: IT stocks fall; MindTree, TCS among losers Pak brokers oppose Chinese... Read more
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The Economic Times
SBI Life will double in next 2-3 years: Deven ChokseyWe are assuming that the SBI Life would possibly travel with a safe 25% CAGR gr
The Economic Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
We are assuming that the SBI Life would possibly travel with a safe 25% CAGR growth in embedded value. On the price to embedded value ratio of 4.2 currently at which the stock has been marketed in IPO, if that has to hold, then they are talking of... Read more
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The Economic Times
Government may waive off interest, penalty on late filing of GSTR-3B: ET Now : ET Now Modi government finds a fix for India's big economic worrie
The Economic Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
: ET Now : ET Now Modi government finds a fix for India's big economic worries; remedial measures likely... Read more
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The Economic Times
Final hearing of India tax dispute in August 2018: CairnNEW DELHI: British oil explorer Cairn Energy today said final hearing in the in
The Economic Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: British oil explorer Cairn Energy today said final hearing in the international arbitration it has initiated against a Rs 10,247 crore retrospective tax demand raised by India, has been pushed back by about six months to August... Read more
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The Economic Times
Are fuel prices high to pay for interest on bullet train loan, asks Shiv SenaTwo days ago, the Sena, a constituent of the ruling NDA at the Centre and in Ma
The Economic Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
Two days ago, the Sena, a constituent of the ruling NDA at the Centre and in Maharashtra, had said high fuel prices were the main reason for suicides by farmers in the country. "Those in the government are not ready to speak on inflation and do not... Read more
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The Economic Times
Together they stand! How minnows came to call the shots on DNEW DELHI: Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs), who have traditionally been in t
The Economic Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs), who have traditionally been in the driver’s seat in the domestic equity market, are no longer calling the shots. An unlikely army of of small investors has emerged in the scene to disrupt their scheme... Read more
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The Economic Times
Bitcoin's likely to split again in November as debate rages onBy Lulu Yilun Chen and Eric Lam Bitcoin is looking increasingly likely to splin
The Economic Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
By Lulu Yilun Chen and Eric Lam Bitcoin is looking increasingly likely to splinter off again in November, creating a third version of the world’s largest cryptocurrency as miners and developers pursue separate visions to scale its rapidly growing... Read more
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The Economic Times
September 28 or October 31? Confusion over last date to file GST TRAN 1 stumps taxpayersThere seems to be complete confusion regarding the dates for filing of TRAN 1 a
The Economic Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
There seems to be complete confusion regarding the dates for filing of TRAN 1 as the decision taken by the GST Council during its 21st meeting and the notification released subsequently seem to be completely different. According to the Council it... Read more
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The Economic Times
Bayer sees delays, expects to close $66-billion Monsanto deal by early 2018Bayer had in September 2016 agreed to take over the American seeds major Monsan
The Economic Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
Bayer had in September 2016 agreed to take over the American seeds major Monsanto for USD 66 billion, ending months of wrangling with a third sweetened offer that marked the largest all-cash deal on record. The deal was to be closed by end 2017. "In... Read more
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The Economic Times
Diageo says Indian highway liquor ban to hurt salesDiageo, the maker of Johnnie Walker whiskey and Smirnoff vodka, expects its fir
The Economic Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
Diageo, the maker of Johnnie Walker whiskey and Smirnoff vodka, expects its first-half sales growth to suffer from the timing of Chinese New Year and a ban on selling alcohol near Indian highways, the British company said on Wednesday. India's top... Read more
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The Chippewa Herald
Who wins, who loses in bill aimed at upending ObamacareFollowing the framework of previous Republican bills, the new legislation would
The Chippewa Herald / Posted 7 minutes ago
Following the framework of previous Republican bills, the new legislation would also limit overall federal financing for Medicaid, which serves more than 70 million low-income people. That feature affects the entire program, not just former President... Read more
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WA Today
Virgin chief John Borghetti's pay takes off after getting cash under controlVirgin Australia chief executive John Borghetti has been handed a multimillion
WA Today / Posted 10 minutes ago
Virgin Australia chief executive John Borghetti has been handed a multimillion dollar pay rise in return for making the airline cash flow positive for the first time in five years. The airline ran at a $186 million net loss in the 2017 financial... Read more
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The Age
Reserve Bank: Economy has reached a 'turning point'The global economy has reached a turning point, the Reserve Bank says, on the s
The Age / Posted 10 minutes ago
The global economy has reached a turning point, the Reserve Bank says, on the same day as the OECD has lifted its forecast for global growth thanks to a co-ordinated economic recovery. The interim report from the intergovernmental economic... Read more
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WA Today
Sirtex pays penalty as investigation into CEO continues​Troubled ASX-listed biotechnology group Sirtex has paid a penalty of $100,000
WA Today / Posted 10 minutes ago
​Troubled ASX-listed biotechnology group Sirtex has paid a penalty of $100,000 after allegedly breaching its continuous disclosure obligations to shareholders. Sirtex paid the penalty without any admission of liability after being issued with an... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Reserve Bank: Economy has reached a 'turning point'The global economy has reached a turning point, the Reserve Bank says, on the s
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 minutes ago
The global economy has reached a turning point, the Reserve Bank says, on the same day as the OECD has lifted its forecast for global growth thanks to a co-ordinated economic recovery. The interim report from the intergovernmental economic... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Hampshire water provider the worst nationwide for fifth successive yearA HAMPSHIRE water provider has been named as the worst performing supplier in E
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 14 minutes ago
A HAMPSHIRE water provider has been named as the worst performing supplier in England and Wales for the fifth successive year. Southern Water, who provide water services for Hampshire as well the Isle of Wight and two other counties, has “a lot of... Read more
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Missoulian
Who wins, who loses in bill aimed at upending ObamacareFollowing the framework of previous Republican bills, the new legislation would
Missoulian / Posted 14 minutes ago
Following the framework of previous Republican bills, the new legislation would also limit overall federal financing for Medicaid, which serves more than 70 million low-income people. That feature affects the entire program, not just former President... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Others say: Insurance must adjustMany people like living near beaches for obvious reasons. But as with most good
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 18 minutes ago
Many people like living near beaches for obvious reasons. But as with most good things in life, there are trade-offs. For owning a house by the ocean, perhaps the biggest one is the risk of a home-erasing squall. But thanks to federal flood... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
Who wins, who loses in bill aimed at upending ObamacareFollowing the framework of previous Republican bills, the new legislation would
The Times and Democrat / Posted 21 minutes ago
Following the framework of previous Republican bills, the new legislation would also limit overall federal financing for Medicaid, which serves more than 70 million low-income people. That feature affects the entire program, not just former President... Read more
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SKY News
Public sector pay 'approaching historically low levels', says IFS reportThe Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) says official statistics show the case f
SKY News / Posted 22 minutes ago
The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) says official statistics show the case for raising caps on pay in the public sector is gathering speed. The Government recently indicated that ministers would be able to take a more flexible approach to pay... Read more
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express
Tata Steel to merge with Germany’s Thyssenkrupp with 4,000 UK jobs at risk TATA Steel has taken the first step to merge with Germany company Thyssenkrup
express / Posted 24 minutes ago
TATA Steel has taken the first step to merge with Germany company Thyssenkrupp with 4,000 jobs under threat. Tata Steel and Thyssenkrupp have taken the first steps to merge... Read more
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Inquirier.net
BOP deficit narrowed to $7 million in AugustBangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Gov. Nestor Espenilla Jr. PDI FILE PHOTO / JOSEPH A
Inquirier.net / Posted 24 minutes ago
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Gov. Nestor Espenilla Jr. PDI FILE PHOTO / JOSEPH AGCAOILI The country’s balance of payments (BOP) position in August remained at a deficit, although at a narrower $7 million, amid the “ghost” month in stocks... Read more
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express
UK's most famous fund manager Neil Woodford's star status under threat NEIL WOODFORD is the UK’s most famous fund manager, but his star status is un
express / Posted 24 minutes ago
NEIL WOODFORD is the UK’s most famous fund manager, but his star status is under threat after a disastrous year. Hundreds of millions have been wiped off the value of Neil... Read more
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