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The Star
Scomi denies it is responsible for delay in KL Monorail projectThe four-car monorail trains are expected to replace current two-car train sets
Scomi denies it is responsible for delay in KL Monorail project
The Star / Posted moments ago
The four-car monorail trains are expected to replace current two-car train sets, which have been in service since 2003. KUALA LUMPUR: Scomi Engineering Bhd denies that its unit Scomi Transit Projects Sdn Bhd (STP) is responsible for the delay in the... Read more
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Market Watch
Why Brexit could ‘kill’ London as a top financial hubThe U.K. exit from the European Union risks costing the City of London billions
Why Brexit could ‘kill’ London as a top financial hub
Market Watch / Posted moments ago
The U.K. exit from the European Union risks costing the City of London billions of pounds, thousands of workers and its spot as the world’s top financial center. The lost status centers on one simple process that’s complex to undo: passporting. The... Read more
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Market Watch
10 hard-hit stocks to buy after the Brexit bombThe decline in U.S. stocks June 24, as investors digested Great Britain’s vote
10 hard-hit stocks to buy after the Brexit bomb
Market Watch / Posted moments ago
The decline in U.S. stocks June 24, as investors digested Great Britain’s vote to leave the European Union, left some investments particularly damaged. That sets up opportunities for investors with money to commit right now, according to analysts at... Read more
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Market Watch
U.K. government bond yields hit record lows, fall below 1%U.K. government bond prices surged on Monday, pushing yields below 1% for the f
U.K. government bond yields hit record lows, fall below 1%
Market Watch / Posted moments ago
U.K. government bond prices surged on Monday, pushing yields below 1% for the first time ever, as investors sought haven assets in the wake of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union last week. U.S. Treasury prices soared in sympathy, pushing... Read more
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Market Watch
How the U.S. could be a winner from BrexitWASHINGTON, D.C. (Project Syndicate) — The British vote to leave the European U
How the U.S. could be a winner from Brexit
Market Watch / Posted moments ago
WASHINGTON, D.C. (Project Syndicate) — The British vote to leave the European Union has shaken world financial markets. The immediate and medium-term prospects for economic growth in the United Kingdom are severely diminished, and the impact on the... Read more
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Market Watch
Soros: Didn’t bet against pound ahead of Brexit voteGeorge Soros made money on the post-Brexit market turmoil, but not by betting a
Soros: Didn’t bet against pound ahead of Brexit vote
Market Watch / Posted moments ago
George Soros made money on the post-Brexit market turmoil, but not by betting against the British pound, a spokesman for the billionaire hedge-fund legend said Monday. “George Soros did not speculate against sterling while he was arguing for Britain... Read more
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The Irish Times
Bank of Ireland ATM cards not working due to 'technical difficulty'The Bank of Ireland customer service Twitter account received numerous queries
Bank of Ireland ATM cards not working due to 'technical difficulty'
The Irish Times / Posted moments ago
The Bank of Ireland customer service Twitter account received numerous queries from customers on Monday who reprorted that their visa debit card had been declined or being unable to withdraw money from ATMs. The Bank of Ireland Twitter account said:... Read more
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EuroNews
British finance minister breaks Brexit silence and markets shrugBritish Finance Minister George Osborne looked nervous and less assured on Mond
British finance minister breaks Brexit silence and markets shrug
EuroNews / Posted a minute ago
British Finance Minister George Osborne looked nervous and less assured on Monday morning when he broke his post-Brexit silence to calm the markets. On Friday, the pound’s worse day in modern history, he was nowhere to be heard, nor since. On Monday... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Goldman Sachs economists tip mild UK recessionBritain is likely to enter a recession within the year as a result of last week
Goldman Sachs economists tip mild UK recession
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a minute ago
Britain is likely to enter a recession within the year as a result of last week's vote to leave the European Union, a decision that will stunt global economic growth as well, Goldman Sachs' top economists say. "We now expect the (British) economy to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Investors snap up $300m in commercial property dealsThe Huntingwood property owned by JP Morgan and bought by AMP Capital Diversifi
Investors snap up $300m in commercial property deals
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a minute ago
The Huntingwood property owned by JP Morgan and bought by AMP Capital Diversified Property Fund. Investors have shunned Brexit uncertainty and poured close to $300 million into office and industrial assets as they seek high-yielding returns amid... Read more
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PR.com
OneStaff Medical Wins Inavero's 2016 Best of Staffing Client & Talent Awards OneStaff Medical, a leading employment agency in the healthcare staffing indu
OneStaff Medical Wins Inavero's 2016 Best of Staffing Client & Talent Awards
PR.com / Posted a minute ago
OneStaff Medical, a leading employment agency in the healthcare staffing industry announced today they have won Inavero’s Best of Staffing® Client and Talent Awards for... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Company tax cut benefits big companies by $5.5b a yearIf company tax in Australia was reduced to 25 per cent, the total tax benefits
Company tax cut benefits big companies by $5.5b a year
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a minute ago
If company tax in Australia was reduced to 25 per cent, the total tax benefits for Australia's largest companies would be $5.53 billion a year, according to a report commissioned by GetUp. The report is expected to be seized on by Labor, which has... Read more
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Salon.com
Markets Right Now: US stocks open lower; pound falls furtherNEW YORK (AP) — The latest on developments in global financial markets (all tim
Markets Right Now: US stocks open lower; pound falls further
Salon.com / Posted a minute ago
NEW YORK (AP) — The latest on developments in global financial markets (all times local): 9:35 a.m. Stocks are opening lower on Wall Street following bigger losses in Europe as investors continue to grapple with the fallout of Britain’s vote to... Read more
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Romford Recorder
Dagenham & Redbridge confirm investment offers from Glenn Tampling, John East-led consortium and unnamed individual Dagenham & Redbridge have confirmed they are in talks with three parties rega
Dagenham & Redbridge confirm investment offers from Glenn Tampling, John East-led consortium and unnamed individual
Romford Recorder / Posted 2 minutes ago
Dagenham & Redbridge have confirmed they are in talks with three parties regarding investment (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGS Photo) Daggers... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
Bank stocks hit again post BrexitU.S. investors hammered bank stocks again Monday, amid continuing economic and
Bank stocks hit again post Brexit
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 2 minutes ago
U.S. investors hammered bank stocks again Monday, amid continuing economic and political uncertainty stemming from the United Kingdom's surprise vote to leave the European Union. British stocks took the worst beating in early trading. Shares of... Read more
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The Financial Express
Hotel Leelaventure adopting asset-light strategy for growthThe company has 9 hotels out of which 5 are owned and managed by it while 4 are
Hotel Leelaventure adopting asset-light strategy for growth
The Financial Express / Posted 2 minutes ago
The company has 9 hotels out of which 5 are owned and managed by it while 4 are only managed by the Mumbai-based hospitality provider. (Source: Website) Hospitality firm Hotel Leelaventure is adopting an asset-light strategy for future growth with... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
Bank stocks hit again post BrexitU.S. investors hammered bank stocks again Monday, amid continuing economic and
Bank stocks hit again post Brexit
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 2 minutes ago
U.S. investors hammered bank stocks again Monday, amid continuing economic and political uncertainty stemming from the United Kingdom's surprise vote to leave the European Union. British stocks took the worst beating in early trading. Shares of... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
Bank stocks hit again post BrexitU.S. investors hammered bank stocks again Monday, amid continuing economic and
Bank stocks hit again post Brexit
KING5 Seattle / Posted 3 minutes ago
U.S. investors hammered bank stocks again Monday, amid continuing economic and political uncertainty stemming from the United Kingdom's surprise vote to leave the European Union. British stocks took the worst beating in early trading. Shares of... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Liverpool financial services firm undergoes £2m management buyoutA Liverpool employee benefits advisory business has undergone a £2m management
Liverpool financial services firm undergoes £2m management buyout
Liverpool Echo / Posted 3 minutes ago
A Liverpool employee benefits advisory business has undergone a £2m management buyout (MBO) in a deal backed by a £1.4m equity investment from CS Financial Solutions (CSFS), previously a subsidiary of Chapel Street-based Charles Stanley Group, has... Read more
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Canberra Times
Investors snap up $300m in commercial property dealsInvestors have shunned Brexit uncertainty and poured close to $300 million into
Investors snap up $300m in commercial property deals
Canberra Times / Posted 3 minutes ago
Investors have shunned Brexit uncertainty and poured close to $300 million into office and industrial assets as they seek high-yielding returns amid speculation of further interest rate cuts. Mirvac is also taking advantage of the attractive rates... Read more
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Canberra Times
Multiple businesses and tax lossesUntil the non-commercial loss rules were introduced tax payers and the ATO had
Multiple businesses and tax losses
Canberra Times / Posted 3 minutes ago
Until the non-commercial loss rules were introduced tax payers and the ATO had to rely on proving that a business was being operated to offset business losses against other income, or the activities weren't commercial for the losses to be... Read more
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Canberra Times
Company tax cut benefits big companies by $5.5b a yearIf company tax in Australia was reduced to 25 per cent, the total tax benefits
Company tax cut benefits big companies by $5.5b a year
Canberra Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
If company tax in Australia was reduced to 25 per cent, the total tax benefits for Australia's largest companies would be $5.53 billion a year, according to a report commissioned by GetUp. The report is expected to be seized on by Labor, which has... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Costco bungles switch to Visa, causing more than 1.5M customer service callsThe banner at the top of Costco’s Facebook page reads “Costco + Visa = ,” but f
Costco bungles switch to Visa, causing more than 1.5M customer service calls
Dallas Morning News / Posted 4 minutes ago
The banner at the top of Costco’s Facebook page reads “Costco + Visa = ,” but for many customers, the first few days of the retailer’s new charge-card alliance have been anything but heartwarming. On June 20, Costco took the final step in severing... Read more
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iTWire
Former Nokia exec spearheads Telstra’s APAC, global pushTyler has joined Telstra from Nokia where he held various roles over many years
Former Nokia exec spearheads Telstra’s APAC, global push
iTWire / Posted 4 minutes ago
Tyler has joined Telstra from Nokia where he held various roles over many years, most recently as the company’s Head of Asia-Pacific and Japan. Underlining the importance of the role to Telstra’s Asia Pacific and global expansion plans, Tyler will... Read more
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First Coast News
Bank stocks hit again post BrexitU.S. investors hammered bank stocks again Monday, amid continuing economic and
Bank stocks hit again post Brexit
First Coast News / Posted 4 minutes ago
U.S. investors hammered bank stocks again Monday, amid continuing economic and political uncertainty stemming from the United Kingdom's surprise vote to leave the European Union. British stocks took the worst beating in early trading. Shares of... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
Bank stocks hit again post BrexitU.S. investors hammered bank stocks again Monday, amid continuing economic and
Bank stocks hit again post Brexit
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 4 minutes ago
U.S. investors hammered bank stocks again Monday, amid continuing economic and political uncertainty stemming from the United Kingdom's surprise vote to leave the European Union. British stocks took the worst beating in early trading. Shares of... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
UK appeals for calm as markets drop, EU leaders huddleLONDON (AP) — British and European leaders appealed for calm on Monday as conce
UK appeals for calm as markets drop, EU leaders huddle
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 5 minutes ago
LONDON (AP) — British and European leaders appealed for calm on Monday as concern over the U.K.’s exit from the European Union and its deepening political crisis triggered further gyrations in financial markets and hit confidence in the economy. In... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Stocks, pound fall again due to UK vote uncertaintyNEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks fell sharply in early trading Monday following anot
Stocks, pound fall again due to UK vote uncertainty
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 5 minutes ago
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks fell sharply in early trading Monday following another slide in European markets as investors grappled with the fallout of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union. The British pound, which last week plunged to its... Read more
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Western Advocate
Company tax cut benefit to nation's biggest companies would be $5.5b a yearIf company tax in Australia was reduced, tax benefits for Australia's largest c
Company tax cut benefit to nation's biggest companies would be $5.5b a year
Western Advocate / Posted 6 minutes ago
If company tax in Australia was reduced, tax benefits for Australia's largest companies would be $5.53 billion a year, according to a report commissioned by GetUp. If company tax in Australia was reduced to 25 per cent, the total tax benefits for... Read more
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Business Standard India
Most agri commodities up on rupee depreciationNon-agri commodities witnessed a sharp volatility in the last two days since th
Most agri commodities up on rupee depreciation
Business Standard India / Posted 6 minutes ago
Non-agri commodities witnessed a sharp volatility in the last two days since the result of the United Kingdom referendum was announced While global referenciable agri commodities moved up, following... Read more
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