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TheBull
Prices don't show house supply glut: RBAGradually rising house prices don't indicate any imminent supply glut, Reserve
Prices don't show house supply glut: RBA
TheBull / Posted moments ago
Gradually rising house prices don't indicate any imminent supply glut, Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens says. Mr Stevens says despite reports of a impending glut of new homes, particularly in the apartment sector, prices are not dramatically... Read more
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TheBull
Digital payments firm targets AmericasAustralian-listed technology minnow DigitalX is hoping a deal with Spanish tele
Digital payments firm targets Americas
TheBull / Posted moments ago
Australian-listed technology minnow DigitalX is hoping a deal with Spanish telecom giant Telefonica will create opportunities for its money transfer app across Latin America. DigitalX revealed on Tuesday that Telefonica is its partner in an... Read more
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TheBull
No need to adjust inflation target: RBAThere's no need to adjust the target band for consumer price growth, Reserve Ba
No need to adjust inflation target: RBA
TheBull / Posted moments ago
There's no need to adjust the target band for consumer price growth, Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens says. The RBA has forecast inflation to undershoot its target band of two to three per cent for the next two years, but he defended the... Read more
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TheBull
Executive Series - Goldman Sachs 7th Annual Small to Mid Cap ConferenceIn conjunction with the Goldman Sachs Small to Mid-Cap Conference, we have spok
Executive Series - Goldman Sachs 7th Annual Small to Mid Cap Conference
TheBull / Posted moments ago
In conjunction with the Goldman Sachs Small to Mid-Cap Conference, we have spoken with the following companies as part of our Executive Series. 24.05.2016 03:43 PM In conjunction with the Goldman Sachs Small to Mid-Cap Conference, we have spoken... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Trade deals are the world's best hope of avoiding the new recessionIn Germany, protests greeted President Obama when he put the case for TTIP. Eve
Trade deals are the world's best hope of avoiding the new recession
Daily Telegraph / Posted a minute ago
In Germany, protests greeted President Obama when he put the case for TTIP. Even here in Britain, the centre of global finance and the ninth biggest exporter in the world, trade unions and pressure groups have turned against this new boost to... Read more
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The Economic Times
Financial tech startups compete for overlooked US immigrant marketMEXICO CITY: For two decades, Noe Sanchez sent money from California to his fat
Financial tech startups compete for overlooked US immigrant market
The Economic Times / Posted 2 minutes ago
MEXICO CITY: For two decades, Noe Sanchez sent money from California to his father in Mexico CITY through storefront outlets of traditional remittance firms such as Western Union. Now he grabs his smartphone and uses Remitly, one of several new... Read more
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The Economic Times
Adani, Ambanis biggest losers in Modi's 2nd year; Tata, Bharti, Birlas top gainersNEW DELHI: With just two days to go before Prime Minister Narendra Modi complet
Adani, Ambanis biggest losers in Modi's 2nd year; Tata, Bharti, Birlas top gainers
The Economic Times / Posted 2 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: With just two days to go before Prime Minister Narendra Modi completes his second year in office, 'Acche Din' still looks distant for equity investors . Data compiled by ETMarkets.com showed investors of 15 top Indian corporate houses... Read more
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The Economic Times
Luxe Brands Gucci, Zegna Shutting Shop as Chinese Buyers Turn ThriftyOver the past decade, Chinese consumer demand and new store openings together t
Luxe Brands Gucci, Zegna Shutting Shop as Chinese Buyers Turn Thrifty
The Economic Times / Posted 2 minutes ago
Over the past decade, Chinese consumer demand and new store openings together turbo-charged luxury sales. New store space accounted for 55% of global luxury revenue growth over the past eight years, according to analysts at Mainfirst. As for Chinese... Read more
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The Economic Times
Infy, Dish TV among five stocks that have got buy ratings post Q4 resultsIn separate notes to their clients, the brokerages have also tweaked their 12-m
Infy, Dish TV among five stocks that have got buy ratings post Q4 results
The Economic Times / Posted 2 minutes ago
In separate notes to their clients, the brokerages have also tweaked their 12-month target prices for these stocks. On an aggregative basis, the net profit reported by 1,009 companies has plunged 24.89 per cent on a year-on-year basis to Rs 37,414... Read more
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The Economic Times
The Fed may be bluffing on rate hike: Mark Matthews, Julius BaerIn a chat with ET Now , Mark Matthews, Head Investment Research, Julius Baer, s
The Fed may be bluffing on rate hike: Mark Matthews, Julius Baer
The Economic Times / Posted 2 minutes ago
In a chat with ET Now , Mark Matthews, Head Investment Research, Julius Baer, says the Fed wanted to have some implicit threat of a rate hike in the market and they have largely achieved that now. Edited excerpts ET Now: The world is a little scared... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Here are the big winners on Wall Street from Bayer's $62 billion bid for MonsantoThe German pharmaceutical giant Bayer has made a $62 billion bid for the US see
Here are the big winners on Wall Street from Bayer's $62 billion bid for Monsanto
Stamford Advocate / Posted 2 minutes ago
The German pharmaceutical giant Bayer has made a $62 billion bid for the US seed company Monsanto — and five banks stand to make nearly $400 million from the deal. Morgan Stanley, Ducera Partners, Credit Suisse, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Singapore kicks out Swiss bank linked to 1MDBSingapore’s central bank has ordered the closure of the local branch of Swiss b
Singapore kicks out Swiss bank linked to 1MDB
The Borneo Post / Posted 3 minutes ago
Singapore’s central bank has ordered the closure of the local branch of Swiss bank BSI, which has been linked to a scandal at Malaysia’s troubled state fund 1MDB.-AFP Photo SINGAPORE: Singapore’s central bank on Tuesday said it has ordered the... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
EU in-depth on the economy: What could we do with £8.5bn, will we be able to trade? File photo dated 23/01/15 of a container ship at Southampton Port as a leadin
EU in-depth on the economy: What could we do with £8.5bn, will we be able to trade?
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 5 minutes ago
File photo dated 23/01/15 of a container ship at Southampton Port as a leading business group has downgraded its UK growth forecast for this year after a... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Negative gearing debate see investor loan spikeMortgage brokers are reporting increased interest in investor mortgages as buye
Negative gearing debate see investor loan spike
Sky News Australia / Posted 5 minutes ago
Mortgage brokers are reporting increased interest in investor mortgages as buyers rush to get on board before possible changes to negative gearing after the federal election. The head of the brokers' industry body says minds have been focused by... Read more
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Perth Now
China, Hong Kong shares fallChinese and Hong Kong shares have fallen in line with regional markets, with re
China, Hong Kong shares fall
Perth Now / Posted 5 minutes ago
Chinese and Hong Kong shares have fallen in line with regional markets, with resource companies slumping as commodity prices tumble amid worries over China's economic health. Investors are also increasingly worried about the likelihood of a US... Read more
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Perth Now
Prices don't show house supply glut: RBAGradually rising house prices don't indicate an imminent supply glut says RBA g
Prices don't show house supply glut: RBA
Perth Now / Posted 5 minutes ago
Gradually rising house prices don't indicate an imminent supply glut says RBA governor Glenn Stevens Gradually rising house prices don't indicate any imminent supply glut, Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens says. Mr Stevens says despite reports of... Read more
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Perth Now
Indonesia lagging on private partnershipsIndonesia is like an "elementary school" student when it comes to involving the
Indonesia lagging on private partnerships
Perth Now / Posted 5 minutes ago
Indonesia is like an "elementary school" student when it comes to involving the private sector in infrastructure projects and needs to be more aggressive if it wants to boost development, the country's finance minister says. Describing... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
The Saving GameYou would probably agree with me that towards the end of the month you begin fe
The Saving Game
News 24 South Africa / Posted 5 minutes ago
You would probably agree with me that towards the end of the month you begin feeling the pinch and cannot wait for payday to get that much needed cash injection. Many of us claim to have "no money left" and statements such as, "I can't wait for... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
R300 million ATM blitz on bankPolice in Japan said yesterday they were involved in a manhunt for criminals wh
R300 million ATM blitz on bank
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
Police in Japan said yesterday they were involved in a manhunt for criminals who emptied out 1400 ATMs in convenience stores across Tokyo and Osaka in a two-and-a-half-hour blitz on the morning of May 15. They managed to get R300-million using... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Indonesia lagging on private partnershipsIndonesia is like an "elementary school" student when it comes to involving the
Indonesia lagging on private partnerships
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 minutes ago
Indonesia is like an "elementary school" student when it comes to involving the private sector in infrastructure projects and needs to be more aggressive if it wants to boost development, the country's finance minister says. Describing... Read more
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Adelaide Now
China, Hong Kong shares fallChinese and Hong Kong shares have fallen in line with regional markets, with re
China, Hong Kong shares fall
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 minutes ago
Chinese and Hong Kong shares have fallen in line with regional markets, with resource companies slumping as commodity prices tumble amid worries over China's economic health. Investors are also increasingly worried about the likelihood of a US... Read more
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CIO
Why progress is better than perfectionI once worked for a very large Australian enterprise, where ‘business unit X’ w
Why progress is better than perfection
CIO / Posted 7 minutes ago
I once worked for a very large Australian enterprise, where ‘business unit X’ wanted to deliver a new product to market for corporate customers. A similar product was already available to consumers. The product manager understood the existing... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Here are the big winners on Wall Street from Bayer's $62 billion bid for MonsantoThe German pharmaceutical giant Bayer has made a $62 billion bid for the US see
Here are the big winners on Wall Street from Bayer's $62 billion bid for Monsanto
Connecticut Post / Posted 9 minutes ago
The German pharmaceutical giant Bayer has made a $62 billion bid for the US seed company Monsanto — and five banks stand to make nearly $400 million from the deal. Morgan Stanley, Ducera Partners, Credit Suisse, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and... Read more
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Nevada Appeal
Primary election guide: Carson City mayorThe four candidates running for Carson City Mayor are featured in the Nevada Ap
Primary election guide: Carson City mayor
Nevada Appeal / Posted 10 minutes ago
The four candidates running for Carson City Mayor are featured in the Nevada Appeal’s Primary Election Guide. The top two vote-getters will advance to November’s general election. The office is non-partisan. The term is for four-years. Occupation:... Read more
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The Oklahoman
LIVESTOCK Monday's livestock report from the Oklahoma City Stockyards: Receipts: 9,750
LIVESTOCK
The Oklahoman / Posted 11 minutes ago
Monday's livestock report from the Oklahoma City Stockyards: Receipts: 9,750; Last Monday: 8,225; Year ago: Holiday Compared to last week: Feeder steers and heifers $5-$10 lower, except heifers over 800 lbs. $2-$4 lower. Demand moderate... Read more
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The Oklahoman
OIL AND GAS PRICES Oklahoma crude oil prices as of 5 p.m. Monday: Sunoco Inc. — $44.50 Sunoco
OIL AND GAS PRICES
The Oklahoman / Posted 11 minutes ago
Oklahoma crude oil prices as of 5 p.m. Monday: Sunoco Inc. — $44.50 Sunoco Inc. — $32.50 Oklahoma oil and gas drilling activity posted May 11: Coal: Bravo Arkoma LLC; Spears No. 5-11H Well; NE1/4 NW1/4 NW1/4 NE1/4 (SL) of... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
Bill Removes Offensive Terms from US LawsFederal laws will no longer include outdated and offensive terms used to descri
Bill Removes Offensive Terms from US Laws
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted 11 minutes ago
Federal laws will no longer include outdated and offensive terms used to describe minority groups. President Barack Obama signed a bill striking the several terms, including "Negro" and "Oriental" on Friday, the White House said. Those terms will... Read more
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The Hindu
DMRC to take a call on rolling stock soonThe Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) will soon decide on the specifications
DMRC to take a call on rolling stock soon
The Hindu / Posted 11 minutes ago
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) will soon decide on the specifications of the rolling stock to be procured for the Light Metro proposed for Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode. The decision will be based on the report of the six-member... Read more
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The Courier Mail
S Kidman Co crowdfund bid gathers paceA crowdfunded Australian bid for the S Kidman and Co cattle stations is gatheri
S Kidman Co crowdfund bid gathers pace
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 minutes ago
A crowdfunded Australian bid for the S Kidman and Co cattle stations is gathering pace after securing a new business partner. Property fund Domacom, which has received around $70 million in crowdfunded pledges from investors, has teamed up with... Read more
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The Courier Mail
No need to adjust inflation target: RBAThere's no need to adjust the target band for consumer price growth, Reserve Ba
No need to adjust inflation target: RBA
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 minutes ago
There's no need to adjust the target band for consumer price growth, Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens says. The RBA has forecast inflation to undershoot its target band of two to three per cent for the next two years, but he defended the... Read more
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