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The Economic Times
As crude oil hits $50 a barrel, options market suggests jittersBy Devika Krishna Kumar With the price of oil finally touching $50 a barrel las
As crude oil hits $50 a barrel, options market suggests jitters
The Economic Times / Posted a minute ago
By Devika Krishna Kumar With the price of oil finally touching $50 a barrel last week, producers and speculators have been loading up on options to protect themselves from a downside risk, signalling there are still some jitters surrounding the... Read more
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The Economic Times
Regional movies are the buzz at crowd-funding startup like Wishberry, KettoNEW DELHI: Actor Kunal Kapoor , who along with Varun Sheth cofounded crowd-fun
Regional movies are the buzz at crowd-funding startup like Wishberry, Ketto
The Economic Times / Posted a minute ago
NEW DELHI: Actor Kunal Kapoor , who along with Varun Sheth cofounded crowd-funding platform Ketto, has been busy attending regional film festivals at Vishakhapatnam , Kolkata and Kerala. "We are trying to educate regional language movie-makers... Read more
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The Economic Times
Bajaj Auto’s lofty guidance a tough ask, does not dim stock’s appeal over peersET Intelligence Group: Bajaj Auto has started to reap the harvest of its stra
Bajaj Auto’s lofty guidance a tough ask, does not dim stock’s appeal over peers
The Economic Times / Posted a minute ago
ET Intelligence Group: Bajaj Auto has started to reap the harvest of its strategy to focus on the top and bottom ends of the domestic motorcycle market. The strategy, which is aimed primarily at boosting the company's market share, has helped... Read more
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The Economic Times
Basmati rice prices surge before Iran banKOLKATA | NEW DELHI: Basmati prices have climbed on rising demand from Iran ,
Basmati rice prices surge before Iran ban
The Economic Times / Posted a minute ago
KOLKATA | NEW DELHI: Basmati prices have climbed on rising demand from Iran , which plans to ban inbound shipments of the unique Indian rice variety, while prices of non-aromatic rice in eastern India remained flat as exports to Bangladesh came to a... Read more
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The Economic Times
Edelweiss Finance to set up new entity to turn around distressed companies of ARCMUMBAI: Edelweiss Financial Services is planning to set up a dedicated entity
Edelweiss Finance to set up new entity to turn around distressed companies of ARC
The Economic Times / Posted a minute ago
MUMBAI: Edelweiss Financial Services is planning to set up a dedicated entity to operationally turn around the businesses they acquired by its asset reconstruction division. This is the first time in India that any financial company has introduced... Read more
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The Economic Times
BPL to re-enter white goods segment by Diwali, targets Rs 600 crore in sales in 3 yearsThe Nambiar family-owned business had exited the white goods market in 2005 aft
BPL to re-enter white goods segment by Diwali, targets Rs 600 crore in sales in 3 years
The Economic Times / Posted a minute ago
The Nambiar family-owned business had exited the white goods market in 2005 after the collapse of its joint venture with Japanese firm Sanyo. It re-entered the market last year to sell 24, 32 and 40-inches LED television sets in a tieup with online... Read more
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Perth Now
Lower rewards are on the cardsHigh-end credit card programs may no longer offer big rewards. REWARD point pr
Lower rewards are on the cards
Perth Now / Posted 4 minutes ago
High-end credit card programs may no longer offer big rewards. REWARD point programs offered by popular credit cards are expected to halve in value because of the Reserve Bank of Australia’s decision to toughen the rules on surcharges. Card experts... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Henry Wojtaszek named chief of Western Region OTBBATAVIA – Henry F. Wojtaszek, general counsel for Western Region Off-Track Bett
Henry Wojtaszek named chief of Western Region OTB
The Buffalo News / Posted 6 minutes ago
BATAVIA – Henry F. Wojtaszek, general counsel for Western Region Off-Track Betting Corp. since 2010, has been promoted to president, CEO and general counsel of the organization, succeeding Michael D. Kane, who will be retiring, effective July... Read more
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NZCity
Bigger portfolio boosts Stride PropertyStride Property has lifted full-year earnings 16 per cent as an expanding portf
Bigger portfolio boosts Stride Property
NZCity / Posted 15 minutes ago
Stride Property has lifted full-year earnings 16 per cent as an expanding portfolio boosted rental income. Distributable profit, the favoured measure of property investors, rose to $37.1 million in the year to the end of March from $32.1m, a year... Read more
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Market Watch
Dutch, Belgian postal-service merger talks failBRUSSELS -- Belgian postal service Bpost and Dutch rival PostNL on Sunday said
Dutch, Belgian postal-service merger talks fail
Market Watch / Posted 20 minutes ago
BRUSSELS -- Belgian postal service Bpost and Dutch rival PostNL on Sunday said they had been in merger talks but that negotiations ended without an agreement. Bpost had made a friendly offer for all the shares of PostNL, but "these negotiations... Read more
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ABC News
Investing in the Habits of Old and YoungFor decades, investors have been focused on companies that market intensively t
Investing in the Habits of Old and Young
ABC News / Posted 31 minutes ago
For decades, investors have been focused on companies that market intensively to the baby boom generation – people born in the nearly two decades after World War II. This kind of demographic investing, as it’s called, has become ingrained in the DNA... Read more
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Japan Today
Japan plans to export nursing care system to other Asian nations ‹ Japan TodayJapan plans to launch a project this summer to export the country’s nursing car
Japan plans to export nursing care system to other Asian nations ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 31 minutes ago
Japan plans to launch a project this summer to export the country’s nursing care system and reap profits by helping other Asian countries such as China and Thailand cope with rapidly aging populations, government sources said Sunday. The Japanese... Read more
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Japan Today
Luxury brands struggle to attract Internet generation ‹ Japan TodaySeducing hyper-connected “Millennials” poses an increasing challenge for luxury
Luxury brands struggle to attract Internet generation ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 31 minutes ago
Seducing hyper-connected “Millennials” poses an increasing challenge for luxury brands, which find their markets slowing as young, skeptical consumers force them to rethink strategies. Goldman Sachs estimates that 92 million Americans are in the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Canadian firms brace for Brexit impactCanadian companies with operations in Britain are watching the referendum waril
Canadian firms brace for Brexit impact
The Globe and Mail / Posted 33 minutes ago
Canadian companies with operations in Britain are watching the referendum warily and planning for the possibility of Brexit. “We are paying close attention to what is happening,” said Isabelle Adjahi, a spokeswoman for engineering firm WSP Global... Read more
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Weekly Times
Dairy confidence down before cutsWorrying trend: Confidence among dairy farmers was already falling before the r
Dairy confidence down before cuts
Weekly Times / Posted 40 minutes ago
Worrying trend: Confidence among dairy farmers was already falling before the recent cuts to farmgate milk prices, according to Rabobank. Picture: Zoe Phillips CONFIDENCE among dairy farmers was low before the recent farmgate milk price... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Budget an insult to the thousands without homes Thursday, 26 May 2016, 4:42 pmPress Release: Auckland Action Against Poverty
Budget an insult to the thousands without homes
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 41 minutes ago
Thursday, 26 May 2016, 4:42 pmPress Release: Auckland Action Against Poverty Media release Thursday 26 May 2016“Today’s Budget is pitiful in the face of... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Stride lifts annual earnings 16% on expanded portfolioStride Property [NZX: STR] said full-year earnings rose 16 percent as an expand
Stride lifts annual earnings 16% on expanded portfolio
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 41 minutes ago
Stride Property [NZX: STR] said full-year earnings rose 16 percent as an expanding portfolio boosted rental income, and announced plans to spin out its real estate investment management business as a standalone entity. Distributable profit, the... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
State-house shambles in InvercargillFriday, 27 May 2016, 11:39 amPress Release: Green Party 27 May 2015News that th
State-house shambles in Invercargill
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 41 minutes ago
Friday, 27 May 2016, 11:39 amPress Release: Green Party 27 May 2015News that the only potential buyer for 348 state houses in Invercargill has pulled out of the deal is another... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
World week ahead: US jobs data to show further growthUS employment data and an OECD report on the global economic outlook dominate a
World week ahead: US jobs data to show further growth
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 41 minutes ago
US employment data and an OECD report on the global economic outlook dominate a holiday-shortened week. Markets are closed today in the US for Memorial Day and in the UK for the Spring bank holiday. Economists expect US jobs probably increased... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
VMob widens loss, doubles revenue while focusing on US marketVMob [NZAX: VML], the mobile advertising firm which joined the NZX main board i
VMob widens loss, doubles revenue while focusing on US market
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 41 minutes ago
VMob [NZAX: VML], the mobile advertising firm which joined the NZX main board in January, widened its annual loss while investing in building a presence in the US market and in the development of its technology platform. The net loss was $6.6... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Fonterra Acknowledges Next Step in DIRA ReviewFonterra has received the Government’s discussion document on options to amend
Fonterra Acknowledges Next Step in DIRA Review
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 41 minutes ago
Fonterra has received the Government’s discussion document on options to amend the Dairy Industry Restructuring Act 2001 and associated Raw Milk Regulations, and will be providing feedback during the next... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
First Mr Fluffy blocks cost more than $2m to resellMr Fluffy: First nine cleared blocks cost more than $2m to resell Early figure
First Mr Fluffy blocks cost more than $2m to resell
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 42 minutes ago
Mr Fluffy: First nine cleared blocks cost more than $2m to resell Early figures from the Mr Fluffy buyback scheme show it cost the ACT Government over $2 million to purchase, clear and resell the first nine blocks. The first auctions of cleared... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Aussie start-ups take on New York Despite Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull spruiking a so-called "ideas boom"
Aussie start-ups take on New York
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 43 minutes ago
Despite Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull spruiking a so-called "ideas boom" and his desire for innovation to be a hallmark of his government, these Australian start-ups in New York... Read more
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The Indian Express
Before family bought land, Eknath Khadse held meeting to talk compensationMaharashtra Minister for Revenue and Agriculture Eknath Khadse. DAYS BEFORE hi
Before family bought land, Eknath Khadse held meeting to talk compensation
The Indian Express / Posted 45 minutes ago
Maharashtra Minister for Revenue and Agriculture Eknath Khadse. DAYS BEFORE his family members bought a three-acre plot in Bhosari near Pune from a private party, Maharashtra Revenue Minister Eknath Khadse held a meeting with officials from the... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Fonterra denies Spiering leaving claims"The speculation is completely untrue", Fonterra spokesman G.J Thompson told th
Fonterra denies Spiering leaving claims
Otago Daily Times / Posted 46 minutes ago
"The speculation is completely untrue", Fonterra spokesman G.J Thompson told the Herald. The Australian newspaper has run a story Spierings might be on the way out and Air New Zealand chief executive Christopher Luxon was in line to take his... Read more
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Inquirier.net
SMC sells telco assets to PLDT, GlobeINDUSTRY giants Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) and Globe Telecom
SMC sells telco assets to PLDT, Globe
Inquirier.net / Posted 48 minutes ago
INDUSTRY giants Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) and Globe Telecom will jointly buy out the telecommunications assets of conglomerate San Miguel Corp. in a deal expected to cement their duopolistic hold on the local market amid the... Read more
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The Washington Times
ARMSTRONG WILLIAMS: Bernie Sanders’ utopian nightmareANALYSIS/OPINION: Bernard Sanders’ appeal among young people has focused on th
ARMSTRONG WILLIAMS: Bernie Sanders’ utopian nightmare
The Washington Times / Posted 49 minutes ago
ANALYSIS/OPINION: Bernard Sanders’ appeal among young people has focused on the supposed benefits a socialist society can give them: free education, free health care and a government-mandated “living wage.” But his vision for a socialist utopia... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Popular Pyes Pa west boost economyClassic Group director Matthew Lagerberg says its two subdivisions at Pyes Pa W
Popular Pyes Pa west boost economy
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 52 minutes ago
Classic Group director Matthew Lagerberg says its two subdivisions at Pyes Pa West will provide 540 houses and it has received positive feedback about the developments. Photo/John Borren The number of people living at Pyes Pa West has more than... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
New city suburbs on agenda for TaurangaMayor Stuart Crosby says Tauranga City Council is set to expand the rural and r
New city suburbs on agenda for Tauranga
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 53 minutes ago
Mayor Stuart Crosby says Tauranga City Council is set to expand the rural and residential limits to cater for rapid growth in the city. A meeting is be held in August through the Growth Management Strategy Plan in conjunction with the Western Bay of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Demand sky-high for rentalsLandlords such as Brent Park (right) have found people are getting competitive
Demand sky-high for rentals
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 53 minutes ago
Landlords such as Brent Park (right) have found people are getting competitive to secure a home, as rents rise and demand increases. Photo/Ben Fraser Demand for rentals is fueling fierce competition for those wanting to get into a property and it... Read more
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