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The Manila Times
SEC to require 20% public float on new listings starting OctTHE Securities and Exchange Commission is planning to impose the 20 percent min
The Manila Times / Posted a minute ago
THE Securities and Exchange Commission is planning to impose the 20 percent minimum public ownership on companies that will conduct initial public offerings (IPOs) starting later this month. “Our thinking is we will go forward with the IPOs first to... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Asian stocks gain after Wall Street recordsBEIJING (AP) - Asian stocks rose Tuesday after Wall Street's major indexes hit
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 2 minutes ago
BEIJING (AP) - Asian stocks rose Tuesday after Wall Street's major indexes hit new highs as China prepared to open a key political meeting. KEEPING SCORE: The Shanghai Composite Index was unchanged at 3,380.38 and Tokyo's Nikkei 225 gained 0.3... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Here's why banks are better off trusting computers than managers when approving loansPhoto: Torsten Blackwood/AFP/Getty Images Algorithms are increasingly making d
Business Insider Australia / Posted 2 minutes ago
Photo: Torsten Blackwood/AFP/Getty Images Algorithms are increasingly making decisions that affect ordinary people’s lives. One example of this is so-called “algorithmic lending”, with some companies claiming to have reduced the time it takes to... Read more
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WA Today
ASX rises 0.7pc as momentum buildsInvestors poured into miners and banks on Tuesday, extending a powerful upswing
WA Today / Posted 2 minutes ago
Investors poured into miners and banks on Tuesday, extending a powerful upswing and pushing the benchmark index further above its recent tight trading range. The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 Index climbed 42 points or 0.7 per cent higher to 5889, while the... Read more
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The Age
'Just terrible' - great grandmother's blunt message for Telstra boardMarie Kruss has a bone to pick with Telstra. The great-grandmother and long-te
The Age / Posted 2 minutes ago
Marie Kruss has a bone to pick with Telstra. The great-grandmother and long-term shareholder was at the telco giant's annual general meeting on Tuesday to make plain her displeasure at the performance of the company. "This is just terrible. I am... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Traders have never been more confident that volatility is deadPhoto: Getty Images Traders have never been so sure that volatility in US stoc
Business Insider Australia / Posted 2 minutes ago
Photo: Getty Images Traders have never been so sure that volatility in US stocks is over, at least looking one month ahead. Nothing quite demonstrates that mindset more than the chart below. Source: Thomson Reuters From Thomson Reuters, it shows... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Vocus and TPG shares are on a tearJoe Raedle/Getty Images Shares in telcos Vocus and TPG Telecom ripped higher w
Business Insider Australia / Posted 2 minutes ago
Joe Raedle/Getty Images Shares in telcos Vocus and TPG Telecom ripped higher without any official news to explain the jump. A short time ago, Vocus was up 9.4% to $2.67. TPG Telecom shares were up 4.6% to $5.14. Earlier today Telstra, the market... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
AUSTRALIAN STOCKS MARCH HIGHER: Here's what you need to knowBethany Clarke/Getty Images Australian stocks closed higher for the fifth sess
Business Insider Australia / Posted 2 minutes ago
Bethany Clarke/Getty Images Australian stocks closed higher for the fifth session in a row. Today’s scoreboard: The local market maintained its steady march to new heights, this time getting close to the key 5900 mark on the ASX200. The index is... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Millions of families hit by price rises in ‘no deal’ Brexit scenario: reportMillions of families would be hit by price rises of more than £500 a year with
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 6 minutes ago
Millions of families would be hit by price rises of more than £500 a year with the poorest taking the biggest hit if Brexit happens without the UK reaching a withdrawal deal with the European Union, a report warns. The average yearly household bill... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Millions of families hit by price rises in ‘no deal’ Brexit scenario: reportMillions of families would be hit by price rises of more than £500 a year with
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 8 minutes ago
Millions of families would be hit by price rises of more than £500 a year with the poorest taking the biggest hit if Brexit happens without the UK reaching a withdrawal deal with the European Union, a report warns. The average yearly household bill... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Asian stocks gain after Wall Street recordsBEIJING (AP) — Asian stocks rose Tuesday after Wall Street's major indexes hit
The Register Citizen / Posted 9 minutes ago
BEIJING (AP) — Asian stocks rose Tuesday after Wall Street's major indexes hit new highs as China prepared to open a key political meeting. KEEPING SCORE: The Shanghai Composite Index was unchanged at 3,380.38 and Tokyo's Nikkei 225 gained 0.3... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Millions of families hit by price rises in ‘no deal’ Brexit scenario: reportMillions of families would be hit by price rises of more than £500 a year with
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 9 minutes ago
Millions of families would be hit by price rises of more than £500 a year with the poorest taking the biggest hit if Brexit happens without the UK reaching a withdrawal deal with the European Union, a report warns. The average yearly household bill... Read more
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Technode
Analyse Asia 210: Lean In Singapore & women leadership in Asia with Helen Duce & Uma BalasingamEditor’s note: This originally appeared on Analyse Asia, a weekly podcast hoste
Technode / Posted 9 minutes ago
Editor’s note: This originally appeared on Analyse Asia, a weekly podcast hosted by Bernard Leong, dedicated to dissecting the pulse of business, technology, and media in Asia. The podcast features guests from Asia’s vibrant tech community. Helen... Read more
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News.com.au
Vic’s $750k bus ads fail to grow faresVictoria has spent almost $750,000 advertising Melbourne's public bus service,
News.com.au / Posted 10 minutes ago
Victoria has spent almost $750,000 advertising Melbourne's public bus service, but fewer people are stepping aboard. Public Transport Victoria's annual report shows the authority spent $747,947 to advertise an "Explore the World of Melbourne by Bus"... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Singapore exports fall 1.1% after 4 months of growthSINGAPORE: Shipments of locally produced goods declined in September after four
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 12 minutes ago
SINGAPORE: Shipments of locally produced goods declined in September after four months of expansion, as exports of electronic products came in short. On a year-on-year basis, non-oil domestic exports (NODX) fell by 1.1 per cent last month, trade... Read more
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Northern Echo
Increasing price of sugary drinks cuts sales, Jamie Oliver experiment showsLorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor
Northern Echo / Posted 14 minutes ago
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Northern Echo
Volunteers at food banks perform ‘staggering’ 4.1m hours annually, says reportLorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor
Northern Echo / Posted 14 minutes ago
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Sydney Morning Herald
The Turnbull government's new energy policy will shave $2 off your weekly power bill Households will be an average $2 a week better off under a reinvention of Austr
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 minutes ago
Households will be an average $2 a week better off under a reinvention of Australia's energy and emissions policy – and the Turnbull government has refused to guarantee even those meagre savings. It emerged on Tuesday that the savings could start as... Read more
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Mumbrella
Ad fraud – the quarter billion dollars we’re leaving on the tableIt’s a scary thought that of the $7.4 billion spent on digital ads in Australia
Mumbrella / Posted 14 minutes ago
It’s a scary thought that of the $7.4 billion spent on digital ads in Australia in 2016, at least 4% is lost to ad fraud. That’s if the IAB’s ad fraud figures as they relate to display advertising can be applied more broadly to digital advertising in... Read more
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The Irish Times
Media group INM must be used to murky forecasts by nowThe higher echelons of Independent News & Media (INM) are no stranger to stormy
The Irish Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
The higher echelons of Independent News & Media (INM) are no stranger to stormy weather, and it would take a brave person to conclude that the loss to the company of chief executive Robert Pitt signals an end to the pattern of sudden corporate... Read more
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The Irish Times
Oaktree, BlackRock and Orion battle it out for the Square TallaghtLondon-based real-estate investment firm Orion Capital Managers is the final fi
The Irish Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
London-based real-estate investment firm Orion Capital Managers is the final firm on the list of bidders selected to go into the last phase of the process for the acquisition of the shopping centre, which was put on the market in August with a €233... Read more
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The Irish Times
Tax return for 2016: The deadline is looming largeWhile many of us are still thinking about how our tax situation will change com
The Irish Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
While many of us are still thinking about how our tax situation will change come January 1st next following last week’s budget, others have more pressing matters in mind: Filing their 2016 tax returns. Yes – the self-assessed tax deadline is inching... Read more
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The Irish Times
Bus Éireann relying on CIÉ parent to stay in businessState public transport company Bus Éireann is relying on its troubled parent, C
The Irish Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
State public transport company Bus Éireann is relying on its troubled parent, CIÉ, to stay in business, accounts just published show. Figures for the nationwide bus operator, which is restructuring in a bid to save the business, confirm that it lost... Read more
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The Irish Times
Black Friday anniversary: ‘People thought the world was going end’Thursday marks the 30th anniversary of Black Monday, the infamous day when the
The Irish Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
Thursday marks the 30th anniversary of Black Monday, the infamous day when the US stock market fell almost 23 per cent – by far the biggest one-day crash in history. Concerned commentators often caution it could happen again, warning that the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Revenue receives just 11 tax scheme alerts in six yearsThe Revenue Commissioners have received just 11 reports of potentially abusive
The Irish Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
The Revenue Commissioners have received just 11 reports of potentially abusive tax-avoidance schemes since Ireland made it mandatory in early 2011 for transactions giving “aggressive” tax advantages to be disclosed to authorities. “The 2011... Read more
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The Aero-News Network
Honeywell Announces Planned Portfolio ChangesPlans To Spin Off Homes And The ADI Global Distribution Business Honeywell has
The Aero-News Network / Posted 18 minutes ago
Plans To Spin Off Homes And The ADI Global Distribution Business Honeywell has announced the results of its comprehensive portfolio review, including its intention to separately spin off its Homes product portfolio and ADI global distribution... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Millions of families hit by price rises in ‘no deal’ Brexit scenario: reportMillions of families would be hit by price rises of more than £500 a year with
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 18 minutes ago
Millions of families would be hit by price rises of more than £500 a year with the poorest taking the biggest hit if Brexit happens without the UK reaching a withdrawal deal with the European Union, a report warns. The average yearly household bill... Read more
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The Irish Times
Trump’s market ignorance nears record highsSaying Donald Trump is mistaken is like saying Wednesday follows Tuesday – ever
The Irish Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
Saying Donald Trump is mistaken is like saying Wednesday follows Tuesday – everyone knows it to be true. Still, let me say it: Trump is mistaken about the stock market. “It would be really nice if the Fake News Media would report the virtually... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Asian stocks gain after Wall Street recordsBEIJING (AP) - Asian stocks rose Tuesday after Wall Street's major indexes hit
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 19 minutes ago
BEIJING (AP) - Asian stocks rose Tuesday after Wall Street's major indexes hit new highs as China prepared to open a key political meeting. KEEPING SCORE: The Shanghai Composite Index was unchanged at 3,380.38 and Tokyo's Nikkei 225 gained 0.3... Read more
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The Age
The Turnbull government's new energy policy will shave $2 off your weekly power bill Households will be an average $2 a week better off under a reinvention of Austr
The Age / Posted 22 minutes ago
Households will be an average $2 a week better off under a reinvention of Australia's energy and emissions policy – and the Turnbull government has refused to guarantee even those meagre savings. It emerged on Tuesday that the savings could start as... Read more
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