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The China Post
Taiwan isn't ready enough for the internet of things 中文TAIPEI, Taiwan — Taiwan has ranked an unimpressive sixth in a new index ran
The China Post / Posted a minute ago
中文TAIPEI, Taiwan — Taiwan has ranked an unimpressive sixth in a new index ranking 13 Asia-Pacific countries by how ready they are to continue adopting internet of things (IoT) technology. That's... Read more
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The China Post
These Asian countries have huge reserves of foreign exchange 中文NEW DELHI - China is the world's largest holder of foreign exchange reserve
The China Post / Posted a minute ago
中文NEW DELHI - China is the world's largest holder of foreign exchange reserves. It has over two and half times more foreign reserves than the second largest reserve holder, Japan. The... Read more
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The China Post
This trader kept going even after losing every penny he had — eight times 中文TAIPEI, Taiwan — He came to Taipei alone at 17. He later started with futur
The China Post / Posted a minute ago
中文TAIPEI, Taiwan — He came to Taipei alone at 17. He later started with futures trading, and at his peak held about 5 percent of all yen futures on the global market. His name... Read more
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Boston Globe
European Central Bank chief says inflation lags behind growthMario Draghi said policy makers are still waiting for inflation to catch up wit
Boston Globe / Posted a minute ago
Mario Draghi said policy makers are still waiting for inflation to catch up with the economic recovery as they put off discussions on winding back stimulus until after the summer. “We are finally experiencing a robust recovery where we only have to... Read more
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Boston Globe
Honorably discharged veterans will soon get to shop tax-freeOFFUTT AIR FORCE BASE, Neb. — Starting later this year, all honorably discharge
Boston Globe / Posted a minute ago
OFFUTT AIR FORCE BASE, Neb. — Starting later this year, all honorably discharged veterans, no matter their branch of service, will be eligible to shop tax-free online at the Army & Air Force Exchange Service with the same discounts they enjoyed on... Read more
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BBC News
Dalian Wanda $9.3bn deal in 'crazy' restructuring - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video &
BBC News / Posted 2 minutes ago
- BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say Dalian Wanda $9.3bn deal in 'crazy'... Read more
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The Age
Optus reveals $1 billion plan to boost mobile coverage in regional AustraliaOptus is spending $1 billion building 500 new mobile base stations around regio
The Age / Posted 3 minutes ago
Optus is spending $1 billion building 500 new mobile base stations around regional Australia to compete better against Telstra and Vodafone. The money will be spent within one year and includes upgrading 1,800 existing 3G sites to 4G technology. The... Read more
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Weekly Times
Fine times to continueTHE Eastern Market Indicator has risen by 10 per cent to 1507c/kg in the first
Weekly Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
THE Eastern Market Indicator has risen by 10 per cent to 1507c/kg in the first half of this year, according to Rural Bank. Wool prices are expected to remain strong this financial year, especially for the fine and medium micron wool sectors. Rural... Read more
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Weekly Times
Primary Health hit by $575m in writedownsPrimary Health Care will take a $575 million hit in its full-year results after
Weekly Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
Primary Health Care will take a $575 million hit in its full-year results after deciding to write down the value of its medical centres as it repositions its bulk billing business. The company says it will hit the lower end of its full-year guidance... Read more
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Herald Sun
Primary Health hit by $575m in writedownsPrimary Health Care will take a $575 million hit in its full-year results after
Herald Sun / Posted 9 minutes ago
Primary Health Care will take a $575 million hit in its full-year results after deciding to write down the value of its medical centres as it repositions its bulk billing business. The company says it will hit the lower end of its full-year guidance... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Consumers Tell FMA about Financial Providers’ ConductFriday, 21 July 2017, 12:05 pmPress Release: Financial Markets Authority Consu
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 10 minutes ago
Friday, 21 July 2017, 12:05 pmPress Release: Financial Markets Authority Consumers tell FMA about financial providers’ conductFinancial services providers are fair and professional, but have work... Read more
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CNBC
If you sold this ETF because you’re scared of Amazon, you made a big mistake, strategist saysTrading Nation is a multimedia financial news program that shows investors and
CNBC / Posted 11 minutes ago
Trading Nation is a multimedia financial news program that shows investors and traders how to use the news of the day to their advantage. This is where experts from across the financial world – including macro strategists, technical analysts,... Read more
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La Prensa San Diego
Lisa Cuestas: Encontrando un Lugar en San YsidroPor Susana Villegas Lisa Cuestas de Casa Familiar recuerda lo que representaba
La Prensa San Diego / Posted 11 minutes ago
Por Susana Villegas Lisa Cuestas de Casa Familiar recuerda lo que representaba ser latina en su escuela preparatoria de su ciudad natal en Tucson, Arizona. Irónicamente, fue un requisito de servicio comunitario para graduarse lo que la inspiró a... Read more
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Reuters
Uber could one day end up like YahooReuters Breakingviews is the world's leading source of agenda-setting financial
Reuters / Posted 11 minutes ago
Reuters Breakingviews is the world's leading source of agenda-setting financial insight. As the Reuters brand for financial commentary, we dissect the big business and economic stories as they break around the world every day. A global team of about... Read more
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Reuters
Investors are behaving less like casino punters in China's stock marketsSHANGHAI/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Retired chauffeur Yao Huiliang used to spend his
Reuters / Posted 11 minutes ago
SHANGHAI/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Retired chauffeur Yao Huiliang used to spend his days trading small-cap Chinese stocks, trying to make quick money on sharp moves - casino-type behavior often seen in China's stock markets. But having lost on such bets... Read more
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Reuters
China securities regulator vice-chairman to be prosecuted: graft watchdogBEIJING (Reuters) - A former vice-chairman of China's securities regulator, Yao
Reuters / Posted 11 minutes ago
BEIJING (Reuters) - A former vice-chairman of China's securities regulator, Yao Gang, will be prosecuted for serious violations of discipline, the country's graft watchdog said on Thursday. Yao, who was put under investigation in 2015, will be... Read more
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Reuters
South Korea's July 1-20 exports surge 22.4 percent year-year: customs agencySEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean exports jumped 22.4 percent in the first 20 days
Reuters / Posted 11 minutes ago
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean exports jumped 22.4 percent in the first 20 days of July versus the same period a year ago in U.S. dollar terms, while imports rose 13.3 percent, customs data showed on Friday. Exports to China and the United States... Read more
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CNBC
Euro surges as Asia markets expected to digest Draghi commentsBack in Asia, futures tipped a lower open for Japanese equities. Nikkei futures
CNBC / Posted 11 minutes ago
Back in Asia, futures tipped a lower open for Japanese equities. Nikkei futures traded in Chicago were off 0.27 percent at 20,090 and Osaka futures were lower by 0.42 percent at 20,060. Those compared to the Nikkei 225's Thursday close of... Read more
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Reuters
U.S. toughens stance on foreign deals in blow to China's buying spree(Reuters) - A secretive U.S. government panel has objected to at least nine acq
Reuters / Posted 11 minutes ago
(Reuters) - A secretive U.S. government panel has objected to at least nine acquisitions of U.S. companies by foreign buyers so far this year, people familiar with the matter said, a historically high number that bodes poorly for China's overseas... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Now: News in 90 seconds for July 21, 2017Good morning Canberra and thank God it's Friday. The weather bureau is forecas
Canberra Times / Posted 11 minutes ago
Good morning Canberra and thank God it's Friday. The weather bureau is forecasting a cold morning with frost and patchy fog before a sunny afternoon in the capital. We are in for a low overnight of minus 5 before a top of 13 degrees. Here's all the... Read more
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Canberra Times
8@eight: Negative start in store for ASXMorgan Stanley elegantly put it that the RBA is "bullish, but not hawkish" and
Canberra Times / Posted 11 minutes ago
Morgan Stanley elegantly put it that the RBA is "bullish, but not hawkish" and that seems a fitting statement not just for the Reserve Bank, but also the likes of the Federal Reserve and now the European Central Bank (ECB). 1. Central banks in a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Bill Gross backs 'go-slow' policy shifts by central banksIt won't take much for the Federal Reserve to raise short-term interest rates t
Canberra Times / Posted 11 minutes ago
It won't take much for the Federal Reserve to raise short-term interest rates too far, triggering an economic reversal making indebted students, corporations and other borrowers unable to repay loans, according to billionaire bond manager Bill... Read more
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Canberra Times
Strategies for home owners in the low-interest eraThe Reserve Bank suggested this week that we could see its cash rate rise to 3.
Canberra Times / Posted 12 minutes ago
The Reserve Bank suggested this week that we could see its cash rate rise to 3.5 per cent in coming years. That's 2 percentage points higher than today's rate and would likely mean mortgage rates rise to about the 7 per cent mark. This triggered a... Read more
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Canberra Times
A $3600 fine now awaits HECS-dodgers returning homeI recently read an article in Money by Caitlin Fitzsimmons about paying off her
Canberra Times / Posted 12 minutes ago
I recently read an article in Money by Caitlin Fitzsimmons about paying off her HECS debt. I have seen a number of columnists suggest it is a good idea not to pay off the debt but rather keep it and invest the money elsewhere as it has a low rate of... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canadian bonds point to inflation hurdle for further rate hikesCanada's bond market is signalling the Bank of Canada will not reach its 2 per
Canberra Times / Posted 12 minutes ago
Canada's bond market is signalling the Bank of Canada will not reach its 2 per cent inflation target anytime soon, suggesting the central bank is unlikely to pull off more than one more rate hike even as money markets see further tightening into... Read more
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Canberra Times
Iron ore price seen fading as year progressesIron ore's strong start to the second half and surge above $US70 a tonne will p
Canberra Times / Posted 12 minutes ago
Iron ore's strong start to the second half and surge above $US70 a tonne will probably fade through the year-end as demand from top buyer China slows and global mine supplies remain robust, according to Sucden Financial and Bank Julius Baer &... Read more
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Canberra Times
Markets Live: Euro pops, Wall St stallsThe euro strengthened to its highest level in nearly two years against the US d
Canberra Times / Posted 12 minutes ago
The euro strengthened to its highest level in nearly two years against the US dollar overnight after Europe's central bank chief said officials would discuss possible changes to its bond-buying scheme this autumn, while a gauge of stocks globally... Read more
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BC Local News
Stetski calls out restrictions on credit unionsKootenay-Columbia MP Wayne Stetski called out Liberal finance minister Bill Mor
BC Local News / Posted 14 minutes ago
Kootenay-Columbia MP Wayne Stetski called out Liberal finance minister Bill Morneau on Friday for failing to protect Canadian consumers and credit unions. At issue is a June 30 edict from the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions... Read more
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News.com.au
‘Aboriginal’ tools offered for saleAUTHORITIES have swooped on a house in Hobart after Tasmanian Aboriginal artefa
News.com.au / Posted 16 minutes ago
AUTHORITIES have swooped on a house in Hobart after Tasmanian Aboriginal artefacts were purportedly offered for sale online. The items, which are yet to be authenticated, were stone materials. Stone tool fragments from a South Australian... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Calgary's housing glut balloons to levels not seen in decadesDespite a steady wave of indicators that suggest Calgary's economy is on the me
Calgary Sun / Posted 18 minutes ago
Despite a steady wave of indicators that suggest Calgary's economy is on the mend after a bruising recession, data released Thursday shows the city is dealing with a glut of housing that hasn't been so big in two decades, perhaps longer. City hall... Read more
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