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AllAfrica.com
States Should Publish Accounts - AdeosunBy Omoh Gabriel and Emma Ujah Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, yesterday, sa
States Should Publish Accounts - Adeosun
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By Omoh Gabriel and Emma Ujah Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, yesterday, said that states must publish their accounts at end of every financial year to open their books to public scrutiny and ensure transparency and accountability. Adeosun... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Economy - Buhari Angry With CBN for Naira DevaluationEven with the Currency flexibility policy recently invoked by the Central Bank
Economy - Buhari Angry With CBN for Naira Devaluation
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Even with the Currency flexibility policy recently invoked by the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, to enable market variables determine the value or otherwise of the Niara, President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday insisted that the policy was not beneficial... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Presidency Studies National Treasury ReportPretoria — The Presidency says it has received the report the National Treasury
Presidency Studies National Treasury Report
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Pretoria — The Presidency says it has received the report the National Treasury has submitted to the Constitutional Court on President Jacob Zuma's homestead in Nkandla. The Presidency said it is studying the report and will comment on it... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
No Account Opened for Contributions for PresidentPretoria — The Presidency has warned the public about scams on social media whe
No Account Opened for Contributions for President
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Pretoria — The Presidency has warned the public about scams on social media where people are asked to deposit money into bank accounts, in support of President Jacob Zuma. "Such requests have fraudulently been made in light of the submission of the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
DST Considers Research and Developpment Tax Incentive ReportPretoria — The development of a simplified, streamlined process for accessing t
DST Considers Research and Developpment Tax Incentive Report
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Pretoria — The development of a simplified, streamlined process for accessing the Research and Development (R&D) Tax Incentive by companies is one of the key recommendations of the government-industry task team. The task team was established by... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Treasury Submits Its Nkandla Report to CourtPretoria — The National Treasury, in line with the Constitutional Court's order
Treasury Submits Its Nkandla Report to Court
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Pretoria — The National Treasury, in line with the Constitutional Court's order, on Monday submitted its report on President Jacob Zuma's homestead in Nkandla, the Ministry said on Monday. The National Treasury was ordered, by the Constitutional... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Agribank to Float Agro Bills in JulyTHE Agricultural Development Bank of Zimbabwe will float agro bills in July to
Agribank to Float Agro Bills in July
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 minutes ago
THE Agricultural Development Bank of Zimbabwe will float agro bills in July to raise $20 million to enhance agriculture financing. This comes as the bank is gearing itself to enhance funding support, especially for small holder farmers in livestock,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
'Green Fuel Can Meet Blending Requirements'Low tourist volumes in the resort town of Victoria Falls has seen hotel occupan
'Green Fuel Can Meet Blending Requirements'
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 minutes ago
Low tourist volumes in the resort town of Victoria Falls has seen hotel occupancies declined 5 percent in the five months to May months to same period prior year. Victoria Falls occupancies declined 8 percent in the first quarter of the year slipping... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Telone to Start Loan DrawdownTELONE will soon start drawing down on the $98 million loan from China Export a
Telone to Start Loan Drawdown
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 minutes ago
TELONE will soon start drawing down on the $98 million loan from China Export and Import Bank after completing a revalidation exercise of areas to which the funds will be deployed. Managing director Chipo Mutasa in an interview said that there was... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Taxman in Sh4.2 Billion Tech Upgrade to Seal LoopholesThe Kenya Revenue Authority is investing Sh4.2 billion in various technology up
Taxman in Sh4.2 Billion Tech Upgrade to Seal Loopholes
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 minutes ago
The Kenya Revenue Authority is investing Sh4.2 billion in various technology upgrades in a bid to ease, expand and enhance tax collection and administration. In the next two days, all taxpayers are expected to have logged in through the online i-Tax... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Car Assemblers Fault New Tax RegimeWhen Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich reversed the excise tax duty regim
Car Assemblers Fault New Tax Regime
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When Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich reversed the excise tax duty regime on imported motor vehicles in the 2016/2017 budget, he had hoped to create a level playing field for the low income earners and the importers of new vehicles. The move... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
'Gas Sector Can Fix Nigeria's Economy'Lagos — Nigerian Gas Association has said that Nigeria can grow its economy thr
'Gas Sector Can Fix Nigeria's Economy'
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Lagos — Nigerian Gas Association has said that Nigeria can grow its economy through investment opportunities in its gas sector which currently stood at $55billion. President of the association, Mr.Bolaji Osunsanya, who disclosed this at a press... Read more
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Weekly Times
No pokies in WA: PremierWestern Australia will not join the other states and allow pokies in pubs but t
No pokies in WA: Premier
Weekly Times / Posted 2 minutes ago
Western Australia will not join the other states and allow pokies in pubs but the state government is divided on whether to allow an expansion of other gambling products as part of its sale of the TAB. Both Premier Colin Barnett and Racing and... Read more
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FOX 2 News St. Louis
Brexit crash wiped out a record $3 trillion. Now what?NEW YORK– A record $3 trillion was wiped out from global markets on Friday and
Brexit crash wiped out a record $3 trillion. Now what?
FOX 2 News St. Louis / Posted 2 minutes ago
NEW YORK– A record $3 trillion was wiped out from global markets on Friday and Monday. That means more money was vaporized as a result of the Brexit crash than in any previous two-day period ever, according to S&P Dow Jones Indices. Friday’s losses... Read more
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Variety
Europe’s Cable Sector Grows 7% in 2015Triple and quad-play offers of broadband Internet, telephony and TV helped driv
Europe’s Cable Sector Grows 7% in 2015
Variety / Posted 2 minutes ago
Triple and quad-play offers of broadband Internet, telephony and TV helped drive a 7.1% growth in Europe’s cable industry revenues in 2015, vs. 2014, according to data collated by IHS Technology. IHS Technology figures also confirm the dramatic... Read more
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The Courier Mail
No pokies in WA: PremierWestern Australia will not join the other states and allow pokies in pubs but t
No pokies in WA: Premier
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 minutes ago
Western Australia will not join the other states and allow pokies in pubs but the state government is divided on whether to allow an expansion of other gambling products as part of its sale of the TAB. Both Premier Colin Barnett and Racing and... Read more
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CNBC
‘China’s Apple’ Xiaomi will IPO in 2025: CEOChinese smartphone start-up Xiaomi could go public in 2025, the founder and chi
‘China’s Apple’ Xiaomi will IPO in 2025: CEO
CNBC / Posted 4 minutes ago
Chinese smartphone start-up Xiaomi could go public in 2025, the founder and chief executive said on Tuesday, as it looks to hold off on an initial public offering (IPO) as it focuses on building out physical retail stores and new products. Xiaomi –... Read more
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CNBC
Treasury prices fall as investors cautiously eye riskEquity prices rebounded Tuesday after two days of heavy losses in the wake of t
Treasury prices fall as investors cautiously eye risk
CNBC / Posted 4 minutes ago
Equity prices rebounded Tuesday after two days of heavy losses in the wake of the U.K. referendum where a majority of voters opted to leave the European Union. Futures were indicating triple digit gains for the Dow Jones Industrial Average as of 5:45... Read more
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CNBC
British government puts sale of RBS, Lloyds stakes on hold after Brexit voteThe treasury currently owns 73 percent of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and 9 pe
British government puts sale of RBS, Lloyds stakes on hold after Brexit vote
CNBC / Posted 4 minutes ago
The treasury currently owns 73 percent of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and 9 percent of Lloyds. Shares in both banks have fallen over the past two trading days by the most since the global financial crisis as Britain's vote to leave the EU sent... Read more
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CNBC
Xerox names managing director of Icahn Capital to board of directorsChristodoro will also join board's corporate governance and finance committees.
Xerox names managing director of Icahn Capital to board of directors
CNBC / Posted 4 minutes ago
Christodoro will also join board's corporate governance and finance committees. Xerox's board is now comprised of nine directors. Icahn Enterprises is Xerox's largest shareholder. Carl Icahn reported 9.78 percent stake in Xerox as of June 27, up... Read more
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CNBC
Dow Chemical to cut 2,500 jobs stemming from restructuring of Dow CorningDow Chemical said Tuesday said it would lay off about 2,500 employees globally,
Dow Chemical to cut 2,500 jobs stemming from restructuring of Dow Corning
CNBC / Posted 4 minutes ago
Dow Chemical said Tuesday said it would lay off about 2,500 employees globally, or about 4 percent of its workforce, as part of a deal to assume full control of Dow Corning, which was a joint-venture with Gorilla glass maker Corning. "We are moving... Read more
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CNBC
Buybacks: Why Brexit came at a bad time for banksWe are entering earnings period, which also means that some companies are enter
Buybacks: Why Brexit came at a bad time for banks
CNBC / Posted 4 minutes ago
We are entering earnings period, which also means that some companies are entering a blackout period where they cannot buy back stock. There's a significant trader mythology around this period, the implication being that the market is in trouble... Read more
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Reuters
Singapore’s sovereign fund in talks to buy Yes CommunitiesSingapore's sovereign-wealth fund GIC is in talks to buy Denver-based Yes Commu
Singapore’s sovereign fund in talks to buy Yes Communities
Reuters / Posted 4 minutes ago
Singapore's sovereign-wealth fund GIC is in talks to buy Denver-based Yes Communities, an owner of manufactured-housing communities, in a $2 billion deal, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. The talks with... Read more
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Reuters
Singapore Exchange, Baltic Exchange extend exclusive M&A talksSINGAPORE Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) (SGXL.SI) said on Tuesday it has agreed
Singapore Exchange, Baltic Exchange extend exclusive M&A talks
Reuters / Posted 4 minutes ago
SINGAPORE Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) (SGXL.SI) said on Tuesday it has agreed with the Baltic Exchange to extend the period of exclusive negotiations for its bid to buy the Baltic bourse by two months. SGX has been in exclusive talks to buy... Read more
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Reuters
Stock futures higher as bargain hunting begins after BrexitSpecialist traders work inside a post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchan
Stock futures higher as bargain hunting begins after Brexit
Reuters / Posted 4 minutes ago
Specialist traders work inside a post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., June 27, 2016. U.S. stock index futures rose sharply on Tuesday as investors rushed to pick up Brexit-hit stocks after Wall Street... Read more
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Reuters
Dow Chemical to cut 2,500 jobs as part of Dow Corning dealA sign is seen at an entrance to a Dow Chemical Co plant in Plaquemine, Louisia
Dow Chemical to cut 2,500 jobs as part of Dow Corning deal
Reuters / Posted 4 minutes ago
A sign is seen at an entrance to a Dow Chemical Co plant in Plaquemine, Louisiana in this December 12, 2015 file photo. Dow Chemical Co (DOW.N) said it would lay off about 2,500 employees globally, or about 4 percent of its workforce, as part of a... Read more
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Investors Chronicle
Porvair filters out growth with new products and acquisitions New products, past acquisitions and greater capacity drove constant-currency
Porvair filters out growth with new products and acquisitions
Investors Chronicle / Posted 6 minutes ago
New products, past acquisitions and greater capacity drove constant-currency sales up a tenth at Porvair (PRV) in the reported period, sending operating profit up 6 per cent to about... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
World stock markets stabilize as 'Brexit' anxiety easesHONG KONG (AP) - World stock markets rose on Tuesday after days of stomach-chur
World stock markets stabilize as 'Brexit' anxiety eases
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 6 minutes ago
HONG KONG (AP) - World stock markets rose on Tuesday after days of stomach-churning losses as investors started shaking off the jitters from Britain's vote to quit the European Union and its messy aftermath. European benchmarks rose in early... Read more
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NBC News
World Stocks, Sterling Fight Back After Brexit BeatingWorld stocks rose for the first time in three days and sterling and the euro cl
World Stocks, Sterling Fight Back After Brexit Beating
NBC News / Posted 6 minutes ago
World stocks rose for the first time in three days and sterling and the euro climbed on Tuesday, as investors made a rush for Brexit-bashed assets hammered by some of the biggest falls since the 2008 collapse of Lehman Brothers. Bargain hunting... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
European Central Bank chief urges action to boost global economy Mario Draghi said the current slow-growth world of high savings, low investme
European Central Bank chief urges action to boost global economy
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 minutes ago
Mario Draghi said the current slow-growth world of high savings, low investment and weaker productivity could be tackled with pro-growth policies such as more public spending European... Read more
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