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Illawarra Mercury
Lots of dollars in DefenceIllawarra businesses could be missing out on a share of billions of dollars on
Lots of dollars in Defence
Illawarra Mercury / Posted a minute ago
Illawarra businesses could be missing out on a share of billions of dollars on defence industry projects. strong defence: Tony Green from i3net, Departmenr of Industry regional director Nigel McKinnon and defence industry advocate Robert Terpening... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Silverman named to international arbitration panelSilverman Pete Silverman, a partner with the Toledo law firm of Shumaker, Loop
Silverman named to international arbitration panel
The Toledo Blade / Posted 4 minutes ago
Silverman Pete Silverman, a partner with the Toledo law firm of Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP has been appointed by the International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution to its panel of distinguished neutrals and to three of its... Read more
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News Mail
Dempsey: Council’s debt is sustainableMAYOR Jack Dempsey has a simple philosophy when it comes to debt. "As long as
Dempsey: Council’s debt is sustainable
News Mail / Posted 5 minutes ago
MAYOR Jack Dempsey has a simple philosophy when it comes to debt. "As long as a capacity to repay debt exists, borrowing funds is a simple day to day arrangement for any business operation." "Council is a business and does borrow money. The facts... Read more
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TheBull
Manufacturing grows over past yearThe Australian manufacturing sector has recorded its longest unbroken run of ex
Manufacturing grows over past year
TheBull / Posted 6 minutes ago
The Australian manufacturing sector has recorded its longest unbroken run of expansion in a decade, spurred by a weaker Australian dollar. The Australian Industry Group's performance of manufacturing index (PMI) edged up 0.8 points to 51.8 in June,... Read more
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TheBull
Global winners and losers from BrexitIt has been an incredibly volatile week in global markets in the wake of the UK
Global winners and losers from Brexit
TheBull / Posted 6 minutes ago
It has been an incredibly volatile week in global markets in the wake of the UK?s decisions to leave the EU, and while some equity markets have surfed the waves of volatility and come out relatively unscathed, others got caught up in the... Read more
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heraldscotland
BBC leads tributes to creator of Trumptonshire Gordon MurrayComments & Moderation We moderate all comments on Herald Scotland on either a
BBC leads tributes to creator of Trumptonshire Gordon Murray
heraldscotland / Posted 7 minutes ago
Comments & Moderation We moderate all comments on Herald Scotland on either a pre-moderated or post-moderated basis. If you're a relatively new user then your comments will be reviewed before publication and if we know you well and trust you then... Read more
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heraldscotland
Queen leads Somme commemorations at Westminster Abbey on eve of battle's 100th anniversaryComments & Moderation We moderate all comments on Herald Scotland on either a
Queen leads Somme commemorations at Westminster Abbey on eve of battle's 100th anniversary
heraldscotland / Posted 7 minutes ago
Comments & Moderation We moderate all comments on Herald Scotland on either a pre-moderated or post-moderated basis. If you're a relatively new user then your comments will be reviewed before publication and if we know you well and trust you then... Read more
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The Economic Times
Boost for fight against black money: Indian funds in Swiss banks dip 32% to Rs 8,340 croreNEW DELHI: India's drive against black money seems to have yielded some results
Boost for fight against black money: Indian funds in Swiss banks dip 32% to Rs 8,340 crore
The Economic Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: India's drive against black money seems to have yielded some results with the latest Swiss National Bank (SNB) data showing a sharp decline in Indian deposits in 2015, the year New Delhi enacted a tough law. Data released by the Swiss... Read more
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The Economic Times
Mahindra Lifespace to sell sobo property to promoter's family trustThe developer is selling the three-storey property to the trust for around Rs 1
Mahindra Lifespace to sell sobo property to promoter's family trust
The Economic Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
The developer is selling the three-storey property to the trust for around Rs 177 crore, while it had paid Rs 153.70 crore to acquire the property from its erstwhile owners. Anand Mahindra will also take on other obligation of paying Rs 60 core to... Read more
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Times of Malta
Oil falls towards $50 on higher supply outlookOil fell towards $50 a barrel yesterday, pressured by higher Nigerian output an
Oil falls towards $50 on higher supply outlook
Times of Malta / Posted 8 minutes ago
Oil fell towards $50 a barrel yesterday, pressured by higher Nigerian output and concern about the economic outlook following Britain’s vote to leave the European Union last week. Returning Nigerian supply will put pressure on prices, Goldman Sachs... Read more
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Times of Malta
Equities rise while bond yields subdued as more stimulus seenWorld stocks rose for a third day although bond yields remained subdued, reflec
Equities rise while bond yields subdued as more stimulus seen
Times of Malta / Posted 8 minutes ago
World stocks rose for a third day although bond yields remained subdued, reflecting concerns about the global economy and expectations for more stimulus from central banks, as the Bank of England raised the prospect of more bond buying. Markets have... Read more
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The Economic Times
June Manufacturing PMI at three month highNEW DELHI: Manufacturing activity improved in India in the month of June buoyed
June Manufacturing PMI at three month high
The Economic Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: Manufacturing activity improved in India in the month of June buoyed by healthy domestic demand, a private survey showed on Friday. The Nikkei India Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index, or PMI, edged up to 51.7 in June from 50.7 in... Read more
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The Economic Times
Cyprus treaty: India gets right to tax capital gainsMUMBAI: The country's renegotiated tax treaty with Cyprus will provide for taxa
Cyprus treaty: India gets right to tax capital gains
The Economic Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
MUMBAI: The country's renegotiated tax treaty with Cyprus will provide for taxation of capital gains in India arising from sale of shares of desi companies. However, all investments undertaken prior to April 1, 2017, will be grandfathered. A release... Read more
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The Economic Times
Foreign realtors eye more growth roomHYDERABAD: Anticipating a steady revival in the residential real estate market
Foreign realtors eye more growth room
The Economic Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
HYDERABAD: Anticipating a steady revival in the residential real estate market that suffered sluggish growth earlier, several global investors from Japan and Dutch are in talks to buy stakes in residential property ventures. The implementation of the... Read more
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The Economic Times
Days of high growth are over in IT! But smaller firms can deliver big returnsNEW DELHI: With the June quarter earnings season drawing closer, initial earnin
Days of high growth are over in IT! But smaller firms can deliver big returns
The Economic Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: With the June quarter earnings season drawing closer, initial earnings preview by brokerages showed top four IT firms are likely to report a healthy 2-6 per cent growth in dollar revenue. However, a likely impact of Brexit on European IT... Read more
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The Economic Times
George Soros says Brexit has unleashed a crisis in financial marketsSoros rose to fame as the money manager who broke the Bank of England in 1992,
George Soros says Brexit has unleashed a crisis in financial markets
The Economic Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
Soros rose to fame as the money manager who broke the Bank of England in 1992, netting a profit of $1 billion with a wager that the UK would be forced to devalue the pound and pull it from the European Exchange Rate Mechanism. He has warned that a... Read more
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Marshall Independent
How can you declare your financial independence?Here are some ideas to think about: Free yourself from excessive fear. As an i
How can you declare your financial independence?
Marshall Independent / Posted 9 minutes ago
Here are some ideas to think about: Free yourself from excessive fear. As an investor, it's not hard to find something to fear. Oil prices, interest rates, political squabbles, even natural disasters - at any given time, each of these factors (and... Read more
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Kewanee Star Courier
Committees aim to improve quality of life in Kewanee Two committees appointed by the City Council have taken the first step in dev
Committees aim to improve quality of life in Kewanee
Kewanee Star Courier / Posted 9 minutes ago
Two committees appointed by the City Council have taken the first step in developing plans to make Kewanee a better place to live.In February the council appointed members to committees to study... Read more
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The Manila Times
Asian markets set to end week on a highJuly 1, 2016 1:28 pm HONG KONG: Asian stocks ended the week with another rally
Asian markets set to end week on a high
The Manila Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
July 1, 2016 1:28 pm HONG KONG: Asian stocks ended the week with another rally Friday as optimism that central banks globally will step up to support growth in the face of uncertainty caused by Britain’s vote... Read more
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The Manila Times
Oil prices up as global markets recover post BrexitJuly 1, 2016 1:33 pm SINGAPORE: Oil prices rose in Asia on Friday as traders w
Oil prices up as global markets recover post Brexit
The Manila Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
July 1, 2016 1:33 pm SINGAPORE: Oil prices rose in Asia on Friday as traders welcomed assurances from central bank around the world that they were ready to step in to prevent a global rout following... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Call for answers as doubt hangs over future of Bernard Matthews Great Witchingham hall, Bernard Matthews' headquarters. Photo: Bill Smith Th
Call for answers as doubt hangs over future of Bernard Matthews
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 10 minutes ago
Great Witchingham hall, Bernard Matthews' headquarters. Photo: Bill Smith The owners of Norfolk poultry producer Bernard Matthews have been told to be “open and honest” with staff as... Read more
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Perth Now
Telstra blames faulty device for outageTelecom giant Telstra has blamed a faulty device for its seventh network outage
Telstra blames faulty device for outage
Perth Now / Posted 11 minutes ago
Telecom giant Telstra has blamed a faulty device for its seventh network outage since February, which hit businesses in Victoria including National Australia Bank and budget airline Jetstar. "The fault was caused by a device in the network behaving... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Growth in China's services sector speeds upGrowth in China's services sector accelerated in June, an official survey shows
Growth in China's services sector speeds up
Sky News Australia / Posted 11 minutes ago
Growth in China's services sector accelerated in June, an official survey shows. The official non-manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) rose to 53.7, compared with the previous month's reading of 53.1 and well above the 50-point mark that... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Telstra blames faulty device for outageTelecom giant Telstra has blamed a faulty device for its seventh network outage
Telstra blames faulty device for outage
Adelaide Now / Posted 12 minutes ago
Telecom giant Telstra has blamed a faulty device for its seventh network outage since February, which hit businesses in Victoria including National Australia Bank and budget airline Jetstar. "The fault was caused by a device in the network behaving... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Home values rise again in JuneCapital city home values continued to rise in June, led by Sydney and Melbourne
Home values rise again in June
Adelaide Now / Posted 12 minutes ago
Capital city home values continued to rise in June, led by Sydney and Melbourne. The CoreLogic June Home Value Index shows gains of 1.2 per cent in Sydney and 0.8 per cent in Melbourne. All but one of the other state and territory capitals recorded... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Manufacturing grows over past yearThe Australian manufacturing sector has recorded its longest unbroken run of ex
Manufacturing grows over past year
Adelaide Now / Posted 12 minutes ago
The Australian manufacturing sector has recorded its longest unbroken run of expansion in a decade, spurred by a weaker Australian dollar. The Australian Industry Group's performance of manufacturing index (PMI) edged up 0.8 points to 51.8 in June,... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
Monomotapa hotel up for $25m pgradeHARARE: Hotels and leisure chain, African Sun Limited (ASL), plans to spend $25
Monomotapa hotel up for $25m pgrade
New Zimbabwe / Posted 12 minutes ago
HARARE: Hotels and leisure chain, African Sun Limited (ASL), plans to spend $25 million to expand the Monomotapa Hotel, once the City of Harare approves its request to acquire a portion of the Harare Gardens, an official said on Thursday. Monomotapa... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
We don’t have a penny, Minister tells Paris“RIGHT now we literally have nothing,” Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa said
We don’t have a penny, Minister tells Paris
New Zimbabwe / Posted 12 minutes ago
“RIGHT now we literally have nothing,” Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa said in Paris, France Thursday as he sought help for economically stricken Zimbabwe. Asked in an interview with Radio France International (RFI) how much credit he was looking... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Wives force 'salarymen' to tighten their beltsDespite frequently being the sole breadwinner, many Japanese husbands hand over
Wives force 'salarymen' to tighten their belts
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 13 minutes ago
Despite frequently being the sole breadwinner, many Japanese husbands hand over their entire wage to the woman of the house, who often balances the books. The nation's army of male office workers, known for their punishing work hours, now have just... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Plenty ideas but no cash to fund themThis is according to Lebogang Maile, Gauteng MEC of economic development, envir
Plenty ideas but no cash to fund them
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 13 minutes ago
This is according to Lebogang Maile, Gauteng MEC of economic development, environment, agriculture and rural development, speaking at the Small, Medium and Micro-sized Enterprises Blunders and Bungles summit in Newtown, Johannesburg,... Read more
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