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AllAfrica.com
Malami and His Bogus $2trnWhen I first saw the figure on newspaper headlines, I thought the proverbial "p
Malami and His Bogus $2trn
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 minutes ago
When I first saw the figure on newspaper headlines, I thought the proverbial "printer's devil" had made a media round as the Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Mr. Ibrahim Magu recently did. But, of course, though the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
De-Risking Budgetary BorrowingsAn emerging controversy over Nigeria's deficit funding is gradually taking the
De-Risking Budgetary Borrowings
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 minutes ago
An emerging controversy over Nigeria's deficit funding is gradually taking the centre stage as more concerns over 2016 fiscal year come up. Last week, Fitch Ratings, one of the world's leading economy rating agencies indicated that the emerging... Read more
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Herald Sun
KIPT turns down interim sales route Kangaroo Island Plantation Timbers will not proceed with an interim route to
KIPT turns down interim sales route
Herald Sun / Posted 3 minutes ago
Kangaroo Island Plantation Timbers will not proceed with an interim route to market for its timber resource for commercial reasons. The company is still undecided whether an interim, high cost arrangement would... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Heritage Bank Urges Govt to Promote SMEs, DiversificationThe Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) have been described as very strat
Heritage Bank Urges Govt to Promote SMEs, Diversification
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 minutes ago
The Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) have been described as very strategic and critical to Nigeria's growth, especially now that the economy is passing through challenges. Besides, the government has been urged to hinge its current economic... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Paul Miller of Sika APP - Taking Online Payment to the Next StepThe internet's immense ability to transmit real time information presents diver
Paul Miller of Sika APP - Taking Online Payment to the Next Step
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 minutes ago
The internet's immense ability to transmit real time information presents diverse opportunities in terms of value transfer. Today people are able to buy almost anything from houses to cars over the Internet, and pay for it. This was not possible... Read more
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Herald Sun
OzForex dives after bid talks abandoned Investors wiped more than $300 million off the market value of OzForex after
OzForex dives after bid talks abandoned
Herald Sun / Posted 4 minutes ago
Investors wiped more than $300 million off the market value of OzForex after the money transfer company abandoned takeover talks with global rival Western Union, and slashed its annual earnings... Read more
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Herald Sun
Profits up, market strong: AV Jennings Home builder AV Jennings has lifted its first half profit by 39 per cent and
Profits up, market strong: AV Jennings
Herald Sun / Posted 4 minutes ago
Home builder AV Jennings has lifted its first half profit by 39 per cent and expects demand for new houses to remain robust for some time. The house and land packages group made a net profit of $16.5 million... Read more
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Weekly Times
KIPT turns down interim sales route Kangaroo Island Plantation Timbers will not proceed with an interim route to
KIPT turns down interim sales route
Weekly Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
Kangaroo Island Plantation Timbers will not proceed with an interim route to market for its timber resource for commercial reasons. The company is still undecided whether an interim, high cost arrangement would... Read more
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Weekly Times
Supply blamed for Teys redundanciesTEYS Australia will make positions at its Rockhampton, Queensland, plant redund
Supply blamed for Teys redundancies
Weekly Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
TEYS Australia will make positions at its Rockhampton, Queensland, plant redundant next week because of tightening cattle supply. Daily throughput will decrease from 1450 to 1215 and operations moved into a single shift at the plant, with reports... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Local Private Sector Challenged to Exploit Regional Markets, AGOAThe local business community has been challenged to take advantage of the trade
Local Private Sector Challenged to Exploit Regional Markets, AGOA
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 minutes ago
The local business community has been challenged to take advantage of the trade agreements Rwanda has signed with other countries to spur the country's exports. Officials from the Ministry of Trade and Industry said the agreements are some of the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Aust dollar lower in late tradeUnit's trade muted across Asia, amid Chinese New Year holiday. The Australian
Aust dollar lower in late trade
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 minutes ago
Unit's trade muted across Asia, amid Chinese New Year holiday. The Australian dollar has lost ground in quiet trade as China observes a public holiday. At 1700 AEDT on Monday, the local unit was trading at 70.96 US cents, down from 71.82 cents on... Read more
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The Courier Mail
KIPT turns down interim sales route Kangaroo Island Plantation Timbers will not proceed with an interim route to
KIPT turns down interim sales route
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 minutes ago
Kangaroo Island Plantation Timbers will not proceed with an interim route to market for its timber resource for commercial reasons. The company is still undecided whether an interim, high cost arrangement would... Read more
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International Business Times
Asian markets mixed as China, Hong Kong and South Korea remain closed for Lunar New Year Asian markets were tracing a mixed pattern on 8 February. Trading volumes were
Asian markets mixed as China, Hong Kong and South Korea remain closed for Lunar New Year
International Business Times / Posted 5 minutes ago
Asian markets were tracing a mixed pattern on 8 February. Trading volumes were low as many regional markets including China, Hong Kong and South Korea were closed for the Lunar New Year holiday. Stock markets in China are expected to be closed for... Read more
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CNBC
Europe seen higher despite mixed US jobs dataEuropean equities are expected to open higher on Monday despite mixed employmen
Europe seen higher despite mixed US jobs data
CNBC / Posted 6 minutes ago
European equities are expected to open higher on Monday despite mixed employment data from the U.S. on Friday. European equities are expected to open higher as markets digest U.S. nonfarm payrolls data published on Friday. The U.S. economy added... Read more
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CNBC
Latest: China's FX reserves drop to 4-year lowSquawk Box Live is eyeing global market moves after China reported a $99.5 bill
Latest: China's FX reserves drop to 4-year low
CNBC / Posted 6 minutes ago
Squawk Box Live is eyeing global market moves after China reported a $99.5 billion drop in foreign currency reserves in January to $3.23 trillion, marking the lowest level since 2012. Don't forget: Markets in Hong Kong and mainland China, as well as... Read more
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dna
Budget 2016: Expect govt to ramp up public healthcare spending, says Kiran Mazumdar ShawChairman and Managing Director of Biocon, Kiran Mazumdar Shaw wants Finance Min
Budget 2016: Expect govt to ramp up public healthcare spending, says Kiran Mazumdar Shaw
dna / Posted 8 minutes ago
Chairman and Managing Director of Biocon, Kiran Mazumdar Shaw wants Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to ramp up public spending in the healthcare sector to push growth and address the challenges faced by the industry in India. She said that the Budget... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Australia's housing sector is 'in a crisis'Australia's oldest housing developer AVJennings has said that the country's res
Australia's housing sector is 'in a crisis'
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
Australia's oldest housing developer AVJennings has said that the country's residential sector is in a crisis due to a long term undersupply. AVJennings is the first housing developer to report its earnings for the first half of this financial year... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ASX finishes flat as China goes on holidays and earnings take stageThe market recovered from Wall Street's poor lead to close flat. Photo: Tamara
ASX finishes flat as China goes on holidays and earnings take stage
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
The market recovered from Wall Street's poor lead to close flat. Photo: Tamara Voninski Caution reigned on the local sharemarket on Monday with most regional bourses closed, but early losses were wiped out as gains in big miners offset falls in the... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Rural Areas Continue To Deal With Higher Gas PricesAccording to AAA, the average price for a gallon of gas last week was $2.07 bas
Rural Areas Continue To Deal With Higher Gas Prices
The Post-Journal / Posted 9 minutes ago
According to AAA, the average price for a gallon of gas last week was $2.07 based on 19 stations in Jamestown. Average gas prices stood at $1.98 in Albany, $1.99 in Rochester and $2 in Binghamton. Motorists heading to the pump in Buffalo recently saw... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Resource sector finance functions seen heading to AsiaMalaysia is one of many Asian countries that resources companies may outsource
Resource sector finance functions seen heading to Asia
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
Malaysia is one of many Asian countries that resources companies may outsource jobs to. Photo: AP Outsourcing basic financial functions to Asian countries such as Malaysia, Thailand or the Philippines is one of the tactics that struggling Australian... Read more
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KTEN North Texas & Southeastern Oklahoma
Tattoos on the rebound in Cuba after years undergroundHAVANA (AP) - Bent in concentration beneath the vaulted ceiling of his Old Hava
Tattoos on the rebound in Cuba after years underground
KTEN North Texas & Southeastern Oklahoma / Posted 10 minutes ago
HAVANA (AP) - Bent in concentration beneath the vaulted ceiling of his Old Havana studio, Mauro Coca draws a tropical bird in blue ink down the length of Julivic Marquez's arm. "That's really good," the 21-year-old art student says, and Coca presses... Read more
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MumBRELLA
Manager - Talent Acquisition, On-boarding & CultureManager – Talent Acquisition, On-boarding & Culture · The perfect INTERNAL rec
Manager - Talent Acquisition, On-boarding & Culture
MumBRELLA / Posted 10 minutes ago
Manager – Talent Acquisition, On-boarding & Culture · The perfect INTERNAL recruitment role · Opportunity to lead our Talent Acquisition & Retention Strategy · Dynamic & Flexible company culture · 3 years’ minimum IT Recruitment experience KJR... Read more
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The News & Observer
California high-speed rail back in court | News & Observer February 8, 2016 12:34 AM Nation’s first real high-speed
California high-speed rail back in court
The News & Observer / Posted 11 minutes ago
| News & Observer February 8, 2016 12:34 AM Nation’s first real high-speed rail system promised to whisk travelers from San Francisco to LA in half the drive... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
PAL to buy add’l aircraft to expand routes to Europe The Philippine Airlines (PAL) is acquiring additional aircraft to expand rout
PAL to buy add’l aircraft to expand routes to Europe
Manila Bulletin / Posted 12 minutes ago
The Philippine Airlines (PAL) is acquiring additional aircraft to expand routes to Europe in two years as part of its commitment to open more services in addition to London. PAL President Jaime... Read more
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Zawya
Gulf may edge up as oil rises; earnings may aid DubaiMIDEAST STOCKS- In This Article DUBAI, Feb 8 (Reuters) - Stock markets in the
Gulf may edge up as oil rises; earnings may aid Dubai
Zawya / Posted 13 minutes ago
MIDEAST STOCKS- In This Article DUBAI, Feb 8 (Reuters) - Stock markets in the Middle East may edge up on Monday as oil prices have firmed in early Asian trade, while Dubai's bourse may be... Read more
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Zawya
Qatar bank results point to a tough year aheadQatarQatar bank results point to a tough year ahead Sunday, Feb 07, 2016 Dubai: Th
Qatar bank results point to a tough year aheadQatar
Zawya / Posted 13 minutes ago
Qatar bank results point to a tough year ahead Sunday, Feb 07, 2016 Dubai: The 2015 full-year results of Qatar banks point to a tough year ahead for the banking sector in terms of loans and deposit growth and profitability, with lenders seen... Read more
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The Age
ASX finishes flat as China goes on holidays and earnings take stageThe market recovered from Wall Street's poor lead to close flat. Photo: Tamara
ASX finishes flat as China goes on holidays and earnings take stage
The Age / Posted 13 minutes ago
The market recovered from Wall Street's poor lead to close flat. Photo: Tamara Voninski Caution reigned on the local sharemarket on Monday with most regional bourses closed, but early losses were wiped out as gains in big miners offset falls in the... Read more
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The Age
VIP shines for The Star as Macau slumpsGreg Hawkins says The Star has dramatically improved its offering. Photo: Chris
VIP shines for The Star as Macau slumps
The Age / Posted 13 minutes ago
Greg Hawkins says The Star has dramatically improved its offering. Photo: Christopher Pearce Casino operator The Star Entertainment Group is cashing in on the VIP slump in Macau, as more high-rollers desert the world's largest gaming hub to gamble... Read more
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The Age
Australia's housing sector is 'in a crisis'Australia's oldest housing developer AVJennings has said that the country's res
Australia's housing sector is 'in a crisis'
The Age / Posted 13 minutes ago
Australia's oldest housing developer AVJennings has said that the country's residential sector is in a crisis due to a long term undersupply. AVJennings is the first housing developer to report its earnings for the first half of this financial year... Read more
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The Age
Banks, Amex say card changes will cut competitionBanks, card companies and merchants say changes to card rules will reduce compe
Banks, Amex say card changes will cut competition
The Age / Posted 13 minutes ago
Banks, card companies and merchants say changes to card rules will reduce competition and leave businesses out of pocket. Photo: Michel O'Sullivan Banks and American Express argue changes to card rules planned by the Reserve Bank will reduce... Read more
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