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Market Watch
South Korea's exports snap losing streakSEOUL--South Korea's exports rebounded in August for the first time in 20 month
South Korea's exports snap losing streak
Market Watch / Posted 2 minutes ago
SEOUL--South Korea's exports rebounded in August for the first time in 20 months, a turnaround that may revive hopes for a gradual recovery in an economy that relies heavily on global trade. Exports expanded a stronger-than-expected 2.6% from a year... Read more
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Canberra Times
Small business ombudsman Kate Carnell gets 'bank inquiry'The federal government has set up a royal commission-like inquiry into banks, b
Small business ombudsman Kate Carnell gets 'bank inquiry'
Canberra Times / Posted 5 minutes ago
The federal government has set up a royal commission-like inquiry into banks, but only to investigate how they treat small businesses. The office of the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman will use its powers, which are similar... Read more
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Canberra Times
Apple's tax deal was wrong, but so is Europe's $19b shock fineEurope's Competition Directorate commands the shock troops of the EU power stru
Apple's tax deal was wrong, but so is Europe's $19b shock fine
Canberra Times / Posted 5 minutes ago
Europe's Competition Directorate commands the shock troops of the EU power structure. Ensconced in its fortress at Brussels' Place Madou, it can dispatch SWAT teams on corporate dawn raids without a search warrant. It operates outside the normal... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Vulcan sells land under UW research buildings for $133 millionPaul Allen’s firm said it would invest the proceeds in development and investme
Vulcan sells land under UW research buildings for $133 million
The Seattle Times / Posted 10 minutes ago
Paul Allen’s firm said it would invest the proceeds in development and investment opportunities. Share story Vulcan Real Estate continues its selling spree in South Lake Union, announcing on Wednesday it has dealt a block-length stretch of property... Read more
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BBC News
Worst energy suppliers 'getting worse' for complaintsThe gap between the best and worst performing energy firms is the widest ever,
Worst energy suppliers 'getting worse' for complaints
BBC News / Posted 15 minutes ago
The gap between the best and worst performing energy firms is the widest ever, Citizens Advice figures show. Small energy firm Extra Energy attracted 80 times more complaints than the best performing supplier SSE between April and June. Extra... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Alberta wildfires aside, there are glimmers of light in latest GDP dataThe first thing to know about Canada’s latest GDP figures is that the economy i
Alberta wildfires aside, there are glimmers of light in latest GDP data
The Globe and Mail / Posted 15 minutes ago
The first thing to know about Canada’s latest GDP figures is that the economy isn’t as bad as what we’ve just seen. The second is that it’s not as good as what we’re about to see. But in the somewhere-in-between, we’re starting to see more glimmers... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Wednesday’s TSX breakouts: This stock features unanimous ‘buy’ calls and an expected average return of 71%The company does not pay its shareholders a dividend. Analysts’ recommendation
Wednesday’s TSX breakouts: This stock features unanimous ‘buy’ calls and an expected average return of 71%
The Globe and Mail / Posted 15 minutes ago
The company does not pay its shareholders a dividend. Analysts’ recommendations According to Bloomberg, there are four analysts whom cover this stock, amongst them is the analyst from BMO Capital Markets. All four analysts have ‘buy’... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Bad bet on volatility hits National Bank trading revenueNational Bank of Canada’s third-quarter capital markets results fell significan
Bad bet on volatility hits National Bank trading revenue
The Globe and Mail / Posted 15 minutes ago
National Bank of Canada’s third-quarter capital markets results fell significantly short of its peers, partly because of softness in its trading arm. Profit in National Bank’s financial markets division, which includes capital markets, fell by 13... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Canaccord: Investors should be ready for a September TSX pullbackHistory has shown that September can be a volatile month for the stock market.
Canaccord: Investors should be ready for a September TSX pullback
The Globe and Mail / Posted 15 minutes ago
History has shown that September can be a volatile month for the stock market. Looking back over the past 26 years to 1990, the S&P/TSX composite index has delivered negative price returns 50 per cent of the time during the month. Narrowing this... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Potash-Agrium: A match made with M&A mightMaybe we shouldn’t have been surprised by Tuesday’s news of the potential merge
Potash-Agrium: A match made with M&A might
The Globe and Mail / Posted 15 minutes ago
Maybe we shouldn’t have been surprised by Tuesday’s news of the potential merger of Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. and Agrium Inc. After all, the groundwork for a deal was laid over the course of a decade in the boardroom, as both fertilizer... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Bimbo Bakeries issues voluntary recallBimbo Bakeries has issued a voluntary recall for two items sold in Pennsylvania
Bimbo Bakeries issues voluntary recall
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 16 minutes ago
Bimbo Bakeries has issued a voluntary recall for two items sold in Pennsylvania stores in the last two weeks because of plastic items in the products. The products can present a choking or cutting hazard. One injury has been reported. The two items... Read more
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asianage
Petrol price hiked by Rs 3.38, diesel by Rs 2.67State-owned oil marketing companies hiked petrol price by a steep Rs 3.38 per l
Petrol price hiked by Rs 3.38, diesel by Rs 2.67
asianage / Posted 21 minutes ago
State-owned oil marketing companies hiked petrol price by a steep Rs 3.38 per litre and diesel by Rs 2.67 a litre on Wednesday midnight in the national capital. There will be corresponding hike in petrol and diesel prices across the country depending... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Walls’ Street: Saudi Arabia’s foreign assets fall $US6 billion in a monthCredit card details are required to authenticate your account. You won't be cha
Walls’ Street: Saudi Arabia’s foreign assets fall $US6 billion in a month
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 23 minutes ago
Credit card details are required to authenticate your account. You won't be charged until your trial has ended. Cancel anytime. *Terms and Conditions As part of this registration, we validate your credit/debit card with a test transaction of 1 cent.... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Car parks on offer to help car share growCar share vehicles look set to become an increasingly common sight on Wellingto
Car parks on offer to help car share grow
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 23 minutes ago
Car share vehicles look set to become an increasingly common sight on Wellington streets thanks in part to a new Wellington City Council policy.Councillors last night approved the Car Share Policy, which allows operators of existing and new car share... Read more
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Reuters
South Korea says exports to U.S., EU and China fell in AugustBrazil opts not to raise taxes to meet 2017 fiscal goal BRASILIA Brazil's newl
South Korea says exports to U.S., EU and China fell in August
Reuters / Posted 24 minutes ago
Brazil opts not to raise taxes to meet 2017 fiscal goal BRASILIA Brazil's newly confirmed President Michel Temer submitted to Congress a 2017 national budget that limits spending as promised but steers clear of tax hikes that analysts say are needed... Read more
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CNBC
Oil prices rebound on weaker dollar despite bigger-than-expected US stock buildThat came after U.S. crude inventories rose 2.3 million barrels to 1.221 billio
Oil prices rebound on weaker dollar despite bigger-than-expected US stock build
CNBC / Posted 24 minutes ago
That came after U.S. crude inventories rose 2.3 million barrels to 1.221 billion barrels in the week to Aug. 26, data from the Department of Energy's Energy Information Administration showed on Wednesday. That compared with analyst expectations of a... Read more
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Reuters
South Korea August factory activity slumps to one-year low, export orders fall: PMIJapan August factory activity shows signs of steadying but still weak: PMI Jap
South Korea August factory activity slumps to one-year low, export orders fall: PMI
Reuters / Posted 24 minutes ago
Japan August factory activity shows signs of steadying but still weak: PMI Japanese manufacturing activity showed signs of steadying in August as output rose for the first time in six months, but the expansion was only slight, a private survey... Read more
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Reuters
Japan August factory activity shows signs of steadying but still weak: PMIWomen assemble an Aquos television at Sharp Corp's Tochigi plant in Yaita, nort
Japan August factory activity shows signs of steadying but still weak: PMI
Reuters / Posted 24 minutes ago
Women assemble an Aquos television at Sharp Corp's Tochigi plant in Yaita, north of Tokyo, November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Reiji Murai/File Photo Japanese manufacturing activity showed signs of steadying in August as output rose for the first time in... Read more
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Reuters
Dollar wavers ahead of U.S. jobs data, oil slide hits commodity currenciesAn employee checks U.S. dollar bank-notes at a bank in Hanoi, Vietnam August 12
Dollar wavers ahead of U.S. jobs data, oil slide hits commodity currencies
Reuters / Posted 24 minutes ago
An employee checks U.S. dollar bank-notes at a bank in Hanoi, Vietnam August 12, 2015. REUTERS/Kham TOKYO The dollar wavered against the yen and euro on Thursday, its advance put on hold ahead of the closely-watched U.S. non-farm jobs report on... Read more
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Reuters
Oil prices rebound on weaker dollar despite bigger-than-expected U.S. stock buildCars wait to fill with fuel at Sinopec's fuel station in Beijing, China, Februa
Oil prices rebound on weaker dollar despite bigger-than-expected U.S. stock build
Reuters / Posted 24 minutes ago
Cars wait to fill with fuel at Sinopec's fuel station in Beijing, China, February 3, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SINGAPORE Oil prices rose in early Asian trade on Thursday, rebounding on a weaker U.S. dollar after falling around 3 percent or more... Read more
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CNBC
Dollar wavers ahead of US jobs data, oil slide hits commodity currenciesThe greenback had briefly advanced to a one-month high of 103.540 yen overnight
Dollar wavers ahead of US jobs data, oil slide hits commodity currencies
CNBC / Posted 24 minutes ago
The greenback had briefly advanced to a one-month high of 103.540 yen overnight on a slightly stronger-than-expected U.S. ADP National Employment Report for August, but its rise was tempered after the August Chicago purchasing managers' index (PMI)... Read more
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CNBC
Gold above 2-month lows as dollar slipsA payrolls processor showed U.S. private employers added 177,000 jobs in August
Gold above 2-month lows as dollar slips
CNBC / Posted 24 minutes ago
A payrolls processor showed U.S. private employers added 177,000 jobs in August, above economists' forecasts and supporting expectations for Friday's closely watched U.S. payrolls report to be strong. An upbeat nonfarm payrolls report on Friday... Read more
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Reuters
Brazil opts not to raise taxes to meet 2017 fiscal goalOil prices rebound on weaker dollar despite bigger-than-expected U.S. stock bui
Brazil opts not to raise taxes to meet 2017 fiscal goal
Reuters / Posted 24 minutes ago
Oil prices rebound on weaker dollar despite bigger-than-expected U.S. stock build SINGAPORE Oil prices rose in early Asian trade on Thursday, rebounding on a weaker U.S. dollar after falling around 3 percent or more in the previous session following... Read more
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Reuters
South Korea August exports rebound on extra working days after 19 months of fallsCars made by GM Korea are seen in a yard of GM Korea's Bupyeong plant before th
South Korea August exports rebound on extra working days after 19 months of falls
Reuters / Posted 24 minutes ago
Cars made by GM Korea are seen in a yard of GM Korea's Bupyeong plant before they are transported to a port for export, in Incheon, west of Seoul August 9, 2013. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won SEOUL South Korea's exports rebounded in August after falling for... Read more
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Reuters
Indonesia, Vietnam August factory activity rises, Malaysia falls again: PMIA worker holds a roller of yarn at PT Trisula International in Bandung, West Ja
Indonesia, Vietnam August factory activity rises, Malaysia falls again: PMI
Reuters / Posted 24 minutes ago
A worker holds a roller of yarn at PT Trisula International in Bandung, West Java province September 17, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta Factory activity increased in Indonesia and Vietnam in August, while that in Malaysia contracted more than in the... Read more
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CNBC
Official data show China's August factory activity beat expectationsChina's massive manufacturing sector saw activity spike in August, with the off
Official data show China's August factory activity beat expectations
CNBC / Posted 24 minutes ago
China's massive manufacturing sector saw activity spike in August, with the official manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) rising to 50.4, well above Reuters estimates for 49.9. The performance also beat July's reading of 49.9 and the 50.0... Read more
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Reuters
China official services PMI expands at slightly slower pace in AugustBrazil opts not to raise taxes to meet 2017 fiscal goal BRASILIA Brazil's newl
China official services PMI expands at slightly slower pace in August
Reuters / Posted 24 minutes ago
Brazil opts not to raise taxes to meet 2017 fiscal goal BRASILIA Brazil's newly confirmed President Michel Temer submitted to Congress a 2017 national budget that limits spending as promised but steers clear of tax hikes that analysts say are needed... Read more
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Reuters
China official manufacturing activity unexpectedly expands in August: PMIBrazil opts not to raise taxes to meet 2017 fiscal goal BRASILIA Brazil's newl
China official manufacturing activity unexpectedly expands in August: PMI
Reuters / Posted 24 minutes ago
Brazil opts not to raise taxes to meet 2017 fiscal goal BRASILIA Brazil's newly confirmed President Michel Temer submitted to Congress a 2017 national budget that limits spending as promised but steers clear of tax hikes that analysts say are needed... Read more
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Reuters
Asia shares slip, crude steadies as China PMIs, U.S. jobs in focusA man looks at an electronic board showing market indices outside a brokerage i
Asia shares slip, crude steadies as China PMIs, U.S. jobs in focus
Reuters / Posted 24 minutes ago
A man looks at an electronic board showing market indices outside a brokerage in Tokyo, Japan, March 2, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Peter TOKYO Asian shares dipped on Thursday after lower crude oil prices dented Wall Street, as markets waited to see if... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Apple's tax deal was wrong, but so is Europe's $19b shock fineEurope's Competition Directorate commands the shock troops of the EU power stru
Apple's tax deal was wrong, but so is Europe's $19b shock fine
Brisbane Times / Posted 26 minutes ago
Europe's Competition Directorate commands the shock troops of the EU power structure. Ensconced in its fortress at Brussels' Place Madou, it can dispatch SWAT teams on corporate dawn raids without a search warrant. It operates outside the normal... Read more
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