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Scotsman
Manufacturers hit two-year exports high post-Brexit The slide in sterling fuelled stronger overseas demand for manufacturers. Pict
Manufacturers hit two-year exports high post-Brexit
Scotsman / Posted a minute ago
The slide in sterling fuelled stronger overseas demand for manufacturers. Picture: Jeremy Stockton UK manufacturers’ export orders hit a two-year high in August amid the slump in the value of... Read more
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Scotsman
Scottish business wire: Cape | Brightsolid | Manufacturing Stormy conditions in the North Sea have hit Cape and CIE Well Control. Picture
Scottish business wire: Cape | Brightsolid | Manufacturing
Scotsman / Posted a minute ago
Stormy conditions in the North Sea have hit Cape and CIE Well Control. Picture: Andy Buchanan/PA Wire The main breaking business stories of the day plus recent investments and grants... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
$17K Goes Missing, Woman Fights BankTo help make ends meet, Karen Bates is preparing to rent out rooms in her Conco
$17K Goes Missing, Woman Fights Bank
NBC Bay Area / Posted a minute ago
To help make ends meet, Karen Bates is preparing to rent out rooms in her Concord home. First, she wanted to spruce up the house. So, she withdrew a portion of her 401(k) retirement account. But right after the transfer completed, her money – about... Read more
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Scotsman
Court reaches split decision on SABMiller deal vote Budweiser brewer AB InBev is bidding to take over Bulmers cider maker SABMill
Court reaches split decision on SABMiller deal vote
Scotsman / Posted a minute ago
Budweiser brewer AB InBev is bidding to take over Bulmers cider maker SABMiller. Picture: Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images A UK court has backed a move to split SABMiller’s shareholders into two... Read more
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Business Standard India
Brokerages remain upbeat on corporate earnings growthWith a bulk of companies already having reported their earnings for the quarter
Brokerages remain upbeat on corporate earnings growth
Business Standard India / Posted 2 minutes ago
With a bulk of companies already having reported their earnings for the quarter ended June 2016, most analysts feel that the worst may be getting over for India Inc and remain optimistic on the road ahead. In its recent report authored by Ridham... Read more
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Business Standard India
Engineers India nears 52-week high after Q1 profit soars 50%A broker laughs while speaking to a colleague, as they trade on their computer
Engineers India nears 52-week high after Q1 profit soars 50%
Business Standard India / Posted 2 minutes ago
A broker laughs while speaking to a colleague, as they trade on their computer terminals at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai Engineers India has rallied 6% to Rs 245 on the BSE after the company reported 50% year-on-year (YoY) jump in net profit at... Read more
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Business Standard India
PTC India to cross 50 bn units of electricity sale by 2017-18, says top executiveThe asset size of its financial services arm PFS to be Rs 10,000 cr plus in cur
PTC India to cross 50 bn units of electricity sale by 2017-18, says top executive
Business Standard India / Posted 2 minutes ago
The asset size of its financial services arm PFS to be Rs 10,000 cr plus in current fiscal Q: What will be the company's turnover for current fiscal?A: During 2013-14,... Read more
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Business Standard India
Sensex holds 28,000 amid choppy trades; midcaps gainThe movement for the two key benchmark indices remained confined to a narrow ra
Sensex holds 28,000 amid choppy trades; midcaps gain
Business Standard India / Posted 2 minutes ago
The movement for the two key benchmark indices remained confined to a narrow range in mid-morning trade. At 11:50 AM, the barometer index, the S&P BSE Sensex, was up 38.80 points or 0.14% at 28,029.01. The Nifty 50 index was currently up 8.70 points... Read more
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Business Standard India
Indian Navy analysing Scorpene data leakIt added that the source of leak is not from India The Indian Navy said on Wed
Indian Navy analysing Scorpene data leak
Business Standard India / Posted 2 minutes ago
It added that the source of leak is not from India The Indian Navy said on Wednesday it is analysing the leak of data related to Scorpene submarines, adding that the source of leak is not from this... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Buying steel overseas is ‘unfair’ – CEOGovernments taxing Australian steelmakers and then buying steel from overseas i
Buying steel overseas is ‘unfair’ – CEO
Kiama Independent / Posted 4 minutes ago
Governments taxing Australian steelmakers and then buying steel from overseas is “unfair”, according to BlueScope CEO Paul O’Malley. Governments need to take taxes paid by Australian steelmakers into account when comparing prices with overseas... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Time to look to the futureBlueScope may have just announced a profit of more than $300 million this week
Time to look to the future
Kiama Independent / Posted 4 minutes ago
BlueScope may have just announced a profit of more than $300 million this week but CEO Paul O’Malley said the steelmaker wasn’t out of the woods yet. in town: BlueScope CEO Paul O'Malley visited Wollongong on Thursday to let the community know what... Read more
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New Kerala
Indian Navy analysing Scorpene data leak - newkerala.com #109154New Delhi, Aug 24 : The Indian Navy said on Wednesday it is analysing the leak
Indian Navy analysing Scorpene data leak - newkerala.com #109154
New Kerala / Posted 7 minutes ago
New Delhi, Aug 24 : The Indian Navy said on Wednesday it is analysing the leak of data related to Scorpene submarines, adding that the source of leak is not from this country. In an official statement the Navy said: "The available information is... Read more
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Food Business Review
Synlait Milk, a2 Milk renew infant formula supply agreement New Zealand-based Synlait Milk and Sydney-headquartered a2 Milk Company (A2MC
Synlait Milk, a2 Milk renew infant formula supply agreement
Food Business Review / Posted 11 minutes ago
New Zealand-based Synlait Milk and Sydney-headquartered a2 Milk Company (A2MC) have jointly announced a new supply agreement for the production of an infant formula. The new agreement is... Read more
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iol.co.za
RMI sells unit to SantamThe company said after a successful 23-year partnership with RMB-SI's entrepren
RMI sells unit to Santam
iol.co.za / Posted 12 minutes ago
The company said after a successful 23-year partnership with RMB-SI's entrepreneurial management team and strategic co-investor, New Seasons, the business would be more optimally positioned within a large insurance group. As its new shareholder,... Read more
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Computer Business Review
What is e-commerce?E-commerce, short for electronic commerce, involves trading products or service
What is e-commerce?
Computer Business Review / Posted 12 minutes ago
E-commerce, short for electronic commerce, involves trading products or services through online social networks, or more commonly, the internet. Stylised as e-commerce or eCommerce, technology such as mobile devices, electroinc funds transfer,... Read more
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iol.co.za
Implats says earnings will fallEarnings before one-time items were expected to be between 9c to 16c a share fo
Implats says earnings will fall
iol.co.za / Posted 12 minutes ago
Earnings before one-time items were expected to be between 9c to 16c a share for the year to June, compared with 36c a year earlier, the company said. The world’s top platinum producers, including Anglo American Platinum and Lonmin have seen... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Survey: Fewer local officials report positive fiscal healthANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Fewer Michigan officials are reporting improvements in
Survey: Fewer local officials report positive fiscal health
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 13 minutes ago
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Fewer Michigan officials are reporting improvements in their local communities' fiscal health for the first time since the Great Recession. A University of Michigan survey polled top elected and appointed officials in the... Read more
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RTE News
PIBA warns 'lost generation' unable to buy homesIreland’s largest group of financial brokers has warned that lending restrictio
PIBA warns 'lost generation' unable to buy homes
RTE News / Posted 13 minutes ago
Ireland’s largest group of financial brokers has warned that lending restrictions introduced by the Central Bank, coupled with the shortage of suitable properties to buy, are creating "a lost generation robbed of the opportunity to buy their own... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Ipman Plans to Crash Prices of Petrol, KeroseneAbuja — The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) has
Ipman Plans to Crash Prices of Petrol, Kerosene
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 minutes ago
Abuja — The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) has said it plans to crash the pump prices of petrol and kerosene in the country as soon as the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the federal government fulfill their... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nigeria's Economy Sinks DeeperWith capacity utilisation in the manufacturing sector crashing below 20 per cen
Nigeria's Economy Sinks Deeper
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 minutes ago
With capacity utilisation in the manufacturing sector crashing below 20 per cent, Crusoe Osagie reviews the challenges of the ailing economy and the government's strategy to restore stability Hopefully, the President Muhammadu Buhari-led government... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Bulk Trader Empowers Gencos to Access Discos' Letters of CreditThe Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading Plc (NBET), better known as the Bulk Trad
Bulk Trader Empowers Gencos to Access Discos' Letters of Credit
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 minutes ago
The Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading Plc (NBET), better known as the Bulk Trader, has assigned to the electricity generation companies (Gencos), the right to drawdown payments for power supplied but not paid for by electricity distribution companies... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Interns Take NWSC to Parliament Over Denying Them JobsKampala — National Water and Sewerage Corporation(NWSC) has told interns to uti
Interns Take NWSC to Parliament Over Denying Them Jobs
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 minutes ago
Kampala — National Water and Sewerage Corporation(NWSC) has told interns to utilise the opportunity and show their competence for the jobs following reports that the graduate management trainees have dragged the corporation to the Parliament's Equal... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Abuja Chamber Says Made-Nigeria Products Will Boost EconomyThe Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) has called on local industria
Abuja Chamber Says Made-Nigeria Products Will Boost Economy
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 minutes ago
The Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) has called on local industrialists and other stakeholders in the manufacturing sector to step up production to boost the nation's economy. Mr Jude Igwe, the Chairman, Organising Committee for the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
PWC Tasks Nigeria, Others On Regulatory ReformA multinational professional services firm, PricewaterhouseCoopers, PwC, yester
PWC Tasks Nigeria, Others On Regulatory Reform
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 minutes ago
A multinational professional services firm, PricewaterhouseCoopers, PwC, yesterday called on Nigeria as well as other Africa countries to reform its regulatory, fiscal and licensing systems, to attract investors to the oil and gas business. Speaking... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Customs, Importers Bicker Over Exchange Rate DifferentialsBy Godfrey Bivbere and Blessing Oyakhire The Nigeria Customs Service, NSC, and
Customs, Importers Bicker Over Exchange Rate Differentials
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 minutes ago
By Godfrey Bivbere and Blessing Oyakhire The Nigeria Customs Service, NSC, and importers are currently at loggerheads over foreign exchange differentials, Vanguard investigation has revealed. Customs is insisting that importers pay duties for their... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Central Bank of Nigeria Bars Nine Banks From Forex TransactionsNigeria's Central Bank has barred nine commercial banks from all foreign exchan
Central Bank of Nigeria Bars Nine Banks From Forex Transactions
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 minutes ago
Nigeria's Central Bank has barred nine commercial banks from all foreign exchange transactions and operations. The banks were barred for hiding some $2.12 billion belonging to the nation's oil corporation, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
List of Banks Barred From Forex Transactions By Central Bank of NigeriaThe banks, whose suspension would remain in force until they remit all the fund
List of Banks Barred From Forex Transactions By Central Bank of Nigeria
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 minutes ago
The banks, whose suspension would remain in force until they remit all the funds to the TSA includes: It will be recalled that CBN had couple of months ago, released the highlights of the much awaited flexible foreign exchange market policy, which... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Empowering Agribusiness Beneficial to ManyRwandans involved in the import-export trade and agro-input dealers can now be
Empowering Agribusiness Beneficial to Many
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 minutes ago
Rwandans involved in the import-export trade and agro-input dealers can now be able to process their applications for certification online in the comfort of their offices. This follows the launch last week of a new internet portal where... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Govt Asks for Unfreezing of Mubarak-Era Tycoon's Assets AbroadCairo — Egypt asked authorities in Switzerland, Spain and Hong Kong on Tuesday
Govt Asks for Unfreezing of Mubarak-Era Tycoon's Assets Abroad
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 minutes ago
Cairo — Egypt asked authorities in Switzerland, Spain and Hong Kong on Tuesday to unfreeze the assets of Mubarak-era tycoon Hussein Salem. The national committee tasked with recovering funds and assets abroad, headed by the public prosecutor, issued... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
NZ shares fall as companies miss lofty expectations; A2, Meridian dropNew Zealand shares fell, led by A2 Milk and Meridian Energy as hopped-up invest
NZ shares fall as companies miss lofty expectations; A2, Meridian drop
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 17 minutes ago
New Zealand shares fell, led by A2 Milk and Meridian Energy as hopped-up investors who have driven the benchmark index to record highs weren't satisfied with results that broadly met expectations. The S&P/NZX 50 Index fell 57.03 points, or 0.8... Read more
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