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The Age
Myer to raise $221m to fund $600m turnaround planNew Myer chief executive Richard Umbers is aiming to restore annual sales growt
Myer to raise $221m to fund $600m turnaround plan
The Age / Posted moments ago
New Myer chief executive Richard Umbers is aiming to restore annual sales growth to more than 3 per cent as part of a $600 million turnaround plan. Photo: Luis Ascui Myer has announced a $221 million entitlement offer to fund a $600 million,... Read more
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The Age
Myer buys into Topshop in $600 million plan to revive fortunesMyer will spend $600 million over five years to revitalise its stores. Photo:
Myer buys into Topshop in $600 million plan to revive fortunes
The Age / Posted moments ago
Myer will spend $600 million over five years to revitalise its stores. Photo: Patrick Scala Myer has bought a quarter of Topshop's Australian arm and will introduce the fast-fashion brand to its shop floor as part of a $600 million plan to revive... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Oil jumps 8 percent, biggest three-day surge since 1990A service truck drives past an oil well on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation
Oil jumps 8 percent, biggest three-day surge since 1990
Reuters UK Edition / Posted moments ago
A service truck drives past an oil well on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in North Dakota, November 1, 2014. NEW YORK Oil futures soared on Monday for a third consecutive day, rising more than 8 percent, as a downward revision of U.S. crude... Read more
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The Age
These images prove China is still bamboozling the world's financial mediaRed is good. Photo: Kevin Frayer China is the biggest story in financial mark
These images prove China is still bamboozling the world's financial media
The Age / Posted moments ago
Red is good. Photo: Kevin Frayer China is the biggest story in financial markets and perhaps the entire global economy right now. This morning, for instance, the headlines are all about how China fears lead markets in the US lower overnight,... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
'Sun shining on UK economy' but China turbulences could hit trade, CBI warnsUK growth picked up pace in the three months to August but the economy faces ri
'Sun shining on UK economy' but China turbulences could hit trade, CBI warns
West Moreland Gazette / Posted a minute ago
UK growth picked up pace in the three months to August but the economy faces risks from the knock-on effect of turbulence in China, the CBI said. A survey of 754 firms showed the rate of expansion heading higher for the second month running with... Read more
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The Star
Mixed fortunes for packaging material opsWhile exporters gain from stronger dollar, domestic suppliers face weaker deman
Mixed fortunes for packaging material ops
The Star / Posted a minute ago
While exporters gain from stronger dollar, domestic suppliers face weaker demand KULIM: Plastic packaging material manufacturers, especially those with a reach in export markets, are looking at a better performance this year due to the weakened... Read more
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The Star
Kim Hin to promote Johnson TilesFive outlets to be launched in the country to drive sales Executive chairman C
Kim Hin to promote Johnson Tiles
The Star / Posted a minute ago
Five outlets to be launched in the country to drive sales Executive chairman Chua Seng Huat said five brand outlets in major cities in Peninsular Malaysia, Sarawak and Sabah are expected to be launched next year to drive sales of the tiles. Kim Hin... Read more
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The Star
Indonesia favouring China in railway bidSources say Japan may lose out on US$5bil project JAKARTA: Indonesia is leanin
Indonesia favouring China in railway bid
The Star / Posted a minute ago
Sources say Japan may lose out on US$5bil project JAKARTA: Indonesia is leaning towards China over Japan in an aggressive bidding battle to build the South-East Asian nation's first high-speed railway, two government sources involved in making the... Read more
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The Star
Analysts positive on FGV’s Canada plant disposalPETALING JAYA: Analysts have given the thumbs up to Felda Global Ventures Holdi
Analysts positive on FGV’s Canada plant disposal
The Star / Posted a minute ago
PETALING JAYA: Analysts have given the thumbs up to Felda Global Ventures Holdings Bhd’s (FGV) proposed disposal of its offseeds crushing and refining plant in Canada to Viterra Inc for RM608.2mil, stating that the sell-off is positive for the group... Read more
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The Star
Stand up at work to be healthierI REFER to the article “Stand up more at work to stay healthier, says study” (T
Stand up at work to be healthier
The Star / Posted a minute ago
I REFER to the article “Stand up more at work to stay healthier, says study” (The Star, Aug 1) where it was reported that “Being healthier may be found in something as simple as standing more and sitting less at work, said a study.” In view of the... Read more
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The Star
MoF courts DestiniGovernment said to be buying shares in defence contractor PETALING JAYA: The G
MoF courts Destini
The Star / Posted a minute ago
Government said to be buying shares in defence contractor PETALING JAYA: The Government, through the Minister of Finance Inc (MoF Inc), is believed to have acquired a substantial stake in defence services provider and contractor Destini Bhd, a move... Read more
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The Star
Malaysia, Indonesia are not weak linksThey have better ‘metrics’ compared with peers, says Nomura PETALING JAYA: Mal
Malaysia, Indonesia are not weak links
The Star / Posted a minute ago
They have better ‘metrics’ compared with peers, says Nomura PETALING JAYA: Malaysia and Indonesia look like the “weak links in the region, but they actually have better metrics” compared with similarly rated sovereigns, including commodity-exporting... Read more
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The Star
Slowing growth exposes Chinese banks’ debt debrisHONG KONG: China's economic slowdown is exposing the debt debris in its banking
Slowing growth exposes Chinese banks’ debt debris
The Star / Posted a minute ago
HONG KONG: China's economic slowdown is exposing the debt debris in its banking sector. Dodgy credits on the balance sheets of the country's four biggest lenders jumped by 28% to 592 billion yuan (US$92.8bil) in the first half of the year. Further... Read more
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The Star
NCB’s gateway business gives it an edgePETALING JAYA: Northport (M) Bhd, the wholly owned port subsidiary of NCB Holdi
NCB’s gateway business gives it an edge
The Star / Posted a minute ago
PETALING JAYA: Northport (M) Bhd, the wholly owned port subsidiary of NCB Holdings Bhd, is crucial in enhancing the port business of MMC Corp Bhd should it decide to list the division. This could be the main reason why MMC has been increasing its... Read more
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The Star
Asian LNG price faces steep fallSINGAPORE: Asian liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices could fall a further 25% in
Asian LNG price faces steep fall
The Star / Posted a minute ago
SINGAPORE: Asian liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices could fall a further 25% in coming months as new supply, falling demand and weaker oil prices put it on par with iron ore and coal as the worst performing commodity of recent years. Asia’s LNG... Read more
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Market Watch
Morgan Stanley cuts S&P 500 price targetMorgan Stanley trimmed its 12-month outlook on the S&P 500 Index by more than 3
Morgan Stanley cuts S&P 500 price target
Market Watch / Posted a minute ago
Morgan Stanley trimmed its 12-month outlook on the S&P 500 Index by more than 3% Monday, owing to forecasts of lower growth and higher inflation, as well as expectations for multiple rate hikes by the Federal Reserve before the end of 2016. The firm... Read more
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adrants
4 Things Brands Can Learn From Subway's Jared Fogle Scandal Jared Fogle, the man that taught America it was possible to lose more than 20
4 Things Brands Can Learn From Subway's Jared Fogle Scandal
adrants / Posted a minute ago
Jared Fogle, the man that taught America it was possible to lose more than 200 pounds eating subway sandwiches, has been charged with possessing child pornography and is reportedly planning... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Wall Street trader no longer the face of crisisA man looks at stock market prices in disbelief at a brokerage house in Shangha
Wall Street trader no longer the face of crisis
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 minutes ago
A man looks at stock market prices in disbelief at a brokerage house in Shanghai. Expect to see more images like these. Photo: AP Let there be no more doubt about it. China is currently the dominant, driving force behind global markets. And for... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Myer to raise $221m to fund $600m turnaround planNew Myer chief executive Richard Umbers is aiming to restore annual sales growt
Myer to raise $221m to fund $600m turnaround plan
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 minutes ago
New Myer chief executive Richard Umbers is aiming to restore annual sales growth to more than 3 per cent as part of a $600 million turnaround plan. Photo: Luis Ascui Myer has announced a $221 million entitlement offer to fund a $600 million,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Myer buys into Topshop in $600 million plan to revive fortunesMyer will spend $600 million over five years to revitalise its stores. Photo:
Myer buys into Topshop in $600 million plan to revive fortunes
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 minutes ago
Myer will spend $600 million over five years to revitalise its stores. Photo: Patrick Scala Myer has bought a quarter of Topshop's Australian arm and will introduce the fast-fashion brand to its shop floor as part of a $600 million plan to revive... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
These images prove China is still bamboozling the world's financial mediaRed is good. Photo: Kevin Frayer China is the biggest story in financial mark
These images prove China is still bamboozling the world's financial media
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 minutes ago
Red is good. Photo: Kevin Frayer China is the biggest story in financial markets and perhaps the entire global economy right now. This morning, for instance, the headlines are all about how China fears lead markets in the US lower overnight,... Read more
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Salon.com
Argentine presidential candidate would try to ease divisionsBUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Argentina’s leading presidential candidate dismi
Argentine presidential candidate would try to ease divisions
Salon.com / Posted 2 minutes ago
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Argentina’s leading presidential candidate dismisses claims that he won’t remain independent from outgoing President Cristina Fernandez and says he would seek to bridge divisions in this politically polarized South... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
'Sun shining on UK economy' but China turbulences could hit trade, CBI warnsUK growth picked up pace in the three months to August but the economy faces ri
'Sun shining on UK economy' but China turbulences could hit trade, CBI warns
Kingston Guardian / Posted 3 minutes ago
UK growth picked up pace in the three months to August but the economy faces risks from the knock-on effect of turbulence in China, the CBI said. A survey of 754 firms showed the rate of expansion heading higher for the second month running with... Read more
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KIMA Yakima
2015 survey for Yakima residents available onlineCITY OF YAKIMA NEWS RELEASE -- Phase 2 of the 2015 Yakima Citizen Survey is now
2015 survey for Yakima residents available online
KIMA Yakima / Posted 4 minutes ago
CITY OF YAKIMA NEWS RELEASE -- Phase 2 of the 2015 Yakima Citizen Survey is now underway and community members are invited to fill out an online version of the annual questionnaire by clicking on a link in the Points of Interest section on the City... Read more
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Canberra Times
Myer to raise $221m to fund $600m turnaround planNew Myer chief executive Richard Umbers is aiming to restore annual sales growt
Myer to raise $221m to fund $600m turnaround plan
Canberra Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
New Myer chief executive Richard Umbers is aiming to restore annual sales growth to more than 3 per cent as part of a $600 million turnaround plan. Photo: Luis Ascui Myer has announced a $221 million entitlement offer to fund a $600 million,... Read more
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Scotsman
Danish dairy giant Arla Foods profits tumble Arla cut prices it paid to its UK farmers for milk by 0.8p per litre. Picture:
Danish dairy giant Arla Foods profits tumble
Scotsman / Posted 5 minutes ago
Arla cut prices it paid to its UK farmers for milk by 0.8p per litre. Picture: Getty Global declines in milk prices have hit half-year profits at Danish dairy giant and co-operative Arla Foods, whose... Read more
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Scotsman
Markets week looks all set to open with a Punch… The eyes of the world will be focused on Fridays key announcement of the lates
Markets week looks all set to open with a Punch…
Scotsman / Posted 5 minutes ago
The eyes of the world will be focused on Fridays key announcement of the latest US jobs figures. Picture: Getty With the trading week getting off to a belated start due to the bank holiday, pubs group... Read more
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Scotsman
Late summer bloom for UK’s economic reboundECONOMIC growth in the UK picked up pace in the three months to August, with st
Late summer bloom for UK’s economic rebound
Scotsman / Posted 5 minutes ago
ECONOMIC growth in the UK picked up pace in the three months to August, with strong expectations by business for the next quarter, the CBI employers’ body said in a report out today. However, the organisation said Britain faced some risks from the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
'Sun shining on UK economy' but China turbulences could hit trade, CBI warnsUK growth picked up pace in the three months to August but the economy faces ri
'Sun shining on UK economy' but China turbulences could hit trade, CBI warns
Oxford Mail / Posted 9 minutes ago
UK growth picked up pace in the three months to August but the economy faces risks from the knock-on effect of turbulence in China, the CBI said. A survey of 754 firms showed the rate of expansion heading higher for the second month running with... Read more
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Mortgage Introducer
HMO landlords can laugh off 3pc rate riseSteve Bolton, founder and chairman of Platinum Property Partners, said: "Not al
HMO landlords can laugh off 3pc rate rise
Mortgage Introducer / Posted 10 minutes ago
Steve Bolton, founder and chairman of Platinum Property Partners, said: "Not all BTL is equal, and our data shows that HMOs generate much higher rental income than standard BTL properties. HMOs will therefore be an attractive option for investors... Read more
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