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The Economic Times
The CASA pillars of public sector banks are shrinkingMUMBAI: Current and savings account (CASA) deposits, once a key pillar of any p
The CASA pillars of public sector banks are shrinking
The Economic Times / Posted a minute ago
MUMBAI: Current and savings account (CASA) deposits, once a key pillar of any public sector bank's business in India, have shrunk rapidly since the turn of the century as customers moved to technology-savvy private sector banks attracted by their... Read more
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The Economic Times
Government should sell stake in PSBs if it wants growthThe government must play the role of a responsible sponsor if it wants banks to
Government should sell stake in PSBs if it wants growth
The Economic Times / Posted a minute ago
The government must play the role of a responsible sponsor if it wants banks to support growth. The message, from the banking regulator, is clear — chip in with capital, or else banks will not live up to the expectations of New Delhi and India... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Is craft beer on its way out?Americans have been increasingly thirsty for craft beer in recent years, as con
Is craft beer on its way out?
Stamford Advocate / Posted a minute ago
Americans have been increasingly thirsty for craft beer in recent years, as consumers buck the big brands in favor of small labels. But is that trend reversing? A new report, published this morning by CBS News, says craft beer sales are only up 6... Read more
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The Economic Times
High reserve price, other flaws may derail FM auction, say companiesMUMBAI: The government unveiled the Notice Inviting Applications (NIA) for the
High reserve price, other flaws may derail FM auction, say companies
The Economic Times / Posted a minute ago
MUMBAI: The government unveiled the Notice Inviting Applications (NIA) for the second batch of phase 3 FM auctions on June 20. The first batch auctions were held last year. However, the FM radio industry is anything but happy since it feels that... Read more
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The Economic Times
ET in the classroom: Currency market volatility may stayThe recent referendum by the British against staying in the European Union, whi
ET in the classroom: Currency market volatility may stay
The Economic Times / Posted a minute ago
The recent referendum by the British against staying in the European Union, which resulted in Prime Minister David Cameron resigning from office, also caused severe volatility in the global financial markets with the currency markets being the worst... Read more
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The Economic Times
Pound gains for first time after BrexitBy Narayanan Somasundaram & Marianna Duarte De Aragao The pound rose for the fi
Pound gains for first time after Brexit
The Economic Times / Posted a minute ago
By Narayanan Somasundaram & Marianna Duarte De Aragao The pound rose for the first time since the UK's vote to leave the European Union, as a recovery in investor appetite for higher-yielding assets seeped through currency markets and sapped demand... Read more
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The Economic Times
Quess Corp raises Rs 180 crore from 15 anchor investorsQuess Corp has alloted 56.78 lakh shares at Rs 317 per share, aggregating to ab
Quess Corp raises Rs 180 crore from 15 anchor investors
The Economic Times / Posted a minute ago
Quess Corp has alloted 56.78 lakh shares at Rs 317 per share, aggregating to about Rs 180 crore, to 15 anchor Investors in a pre-initial public offer (IPO) share sale. Some of the anchor Investors include Fidelity Investments, Kuwait Investment... Read more
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The Economic Times
Silver does not make any significant gains in aftermath of BrexitKOLKATA: Unlike gold, silver has not made any significant gains in the aftermat
Silver does not make any significant gains in aftermath of Brexit
The Economic Times / Posted a minute ago
KOLKATA: Unlike gold, silver has not made any significant gains in the aftermath of Brexit. Analysts say this could be because silver also has industrial uses and any economic uncertainty raises prospects of industrial slowdown and, hence, lower... Read more
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The Economic Times
Gold bulls await Brexit turmoil to start rallyBy Ranjeetha Pakiam & Angie Lau Gold may stand at the start of a major bull mar
Gold bulls await Brexit turmoil to start rally
The Economic Times / Posted a minute ago
By Ranjeetha Pakiam & Angie Lau Gold may stand at the start of a major bull market should the Brexit vote prove to be a forerunner of greater political and financial instability around the world, according to Evolution Mining's Jake Klein, a veteran... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Timber stocks gain on weakening ringgit via BrexitNotwithstanding the decline in timber prices since the start of the year and re
Timber stocks gain on weakening ringgit via Brexit
The Borneo Post / Posted 2 minutes ago
Notwithstanding the decline in timber prices since the start of the year and recent volatile CPO prices, AmInvestment Bank said the value of both stocks continue to hinge on their plantation segments. KUCHING: Analysts are keeping their overweight... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Top Glove debuts on SGX at S$1.62Lim (sixth left) together with board of directors of Top Glove as well as SGX’s
Top Glove debuts on SGX at S$1.62
The Borneo Post / Posted 2 minutes ago
Lim (sixth left) together with board of directors of Top Glove as well as SGX’s chief executive officer Loh Boon Chye (sixth right) prepares to hit the gong to mark the listing of the company’s shares on SGX yesterday. KUCHING: Top Glove Corporation... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Honest Tea company conducts social experiment in LouisvilleLOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Dozens of Louisvillians participated in an social exper
Honest Tea company conducts social experiment in Louisville
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 3 minutes ago
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Dozens of Louisvillians participated in an social experiment based on honesty and didn't even know it. The Honest Tea company hosted a social experiment in Louisville on Tuesday by selling drinks on the honor system. The... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Barry Dolowich, Tax Tips: Mortgage and interest deductionQ My wife and I are considering taking out a new mortgage to renovate our home.
Barry Dolowich, Tax Tips: Mortgage and interest deduction
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 3 minutes ago
Q My wife and I are considering taking out a new mortgage to renovate our home. We long ago paid off our original mortgage. If we take out a new mortgage, will the interest on the new loan be deductible? A Qualified residence interest paid during... Read more
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Perth Now
Lower NSW green slip premiums on the wayThe NSW government is to announce reforms aimed at lowering green slip premiums
Lower NSW green slip premiums on the way
Perth Now / Posted 4 minutes ago
The NSW government is to announce reforms aimed at lowering green slip premiums. Most NSW motorists currently pay at least $600 for compulsory third-party insurance under a scheme currently deemed the least affordable in the country, with only 45... Read more
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WA Today
The Brexit bounceA squeeze on oil refining margins has hit earnings of Caltex, the country's lar
The Brexit bounce
WA Today / Posted 4 minutes ago
A squeeze on oil refining margins has hit earnings of Caltex, the country's largest oil importer and refiner, despite a lift in volumes of petrol sold. But helping to offset the squeeze, more customers are purchasing higher margin premium fuels, it... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Turnbull to talk price cuts with milk giantMalcolm Turnbull has vowed to hold talks with Murray Goulburn after dairy farme
Turnbull to talk price cuts with milk giant
Sky News Australia / Posted 4 minutes ago
Malcolm Turnbull has vowed to hold talks with Murray Goulburn after dairy farmers were dealt another price-cut blow by the processor. The prime minister says the treatment of farmers is troubling and the price saga was a matter of great concern to... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
No need for Brexit panicSterling has plummeted. London's stock market is in free fall, and investment i
No need for Brexit panic
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 4 minutes ago
Sterling has plummeted. London's stock market is in free fall, and investment is on hold. Prime Minister David Cameron has announced his intention to resign, and the main opposition Labour Party is in turmoil. To listen to some of the more hysterical... Read more
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WA Today
James Packer's Crown will not dim this Star for a long, long timeThat would have drained the smile from Packer's face. Comment: Congratulations
James Packer's Crown will not dim this Star for a long, long time
WA Today / Posted 4 minutes ago
That would have drained the smile from Packer's face. Comment: Congratulations to Lend Lease/Crown for getting pretty much everything they want from the state government for James Packer's Barangaroo casino. More than four years ago, Packer was... Read more
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WA Today
Caltex profit hit by margin squeezeA squeeze on oil refining margins has hit earnings of Caltex, the country's lar
Caltex profit hit by margin squeeze
WA Today / Posted 4 minutes ago
A squeeze on oil refining margins has hit earnings of Caltex, the country's largest oil importer and refiner, despite a lift in volumes of petrol sold. But helping to offset the squeeze, more customers are purchasing higher margin premium fuels, it... Read more
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11 News Houston
Fed's Powell: Brexit has shifted risks to downsideFederal Reserve board member Jerome Powell says the United Kingdom’s vote last
Fed's Powell: Brexit has shifted risks to downside
11 News Houston / Posted 5 minutes ago
Federal Reserve board member Jerome Powell says the United Kingdom’s vote last week to leave the European Union has shifted global risks “even further to the downside” and “introduced new uncertainties” into the global outlook. In a prepared text he... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Fed's Powell: Brexit has shifted risks to downsideFederal Reserve board member Jerome Powell says the United Kingdom’s vote last
Fed's Powell: Brexit has shifted risks to downside
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 7 minutes ago
Federal Reserve board member Jerome Powell says the United Kingdom’s vote last week to leave the European Union has shifted global risks “even further to the downside” and “introduced new uncertainties” into the global outlook. In a prepared text he... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Aldi adverts claiming big savings banned 'for being unfair'Three ads for Aldi claiming customers could make significant savings compared w
Aldi adverts claiming big savings banned 'for being unfair'
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 7 minutes ago
Three ads for Aldi claiming customers could make significant savings compared with the "big four" supermarkets have been banned for being unfair and not "truly representative". The two television ads claimed a £70 Aldi shop would cost £98 at the big... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
Fed's Powell: Brexit has shifted risks to downsideFederal Reserve board member Jerome Powell says the United Kingdom’s vote last
Fed's Powell: Brexit has shifted risks to downside
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 7 minutes ago
Federal Reserve board member Jerome Powell says the United Kingdom’s vote last week to leave the European Union has shifted global risks “even further to the downside” and “introduced new uncertainties” into the global outlook. In a prepared text he... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Morris-Turnberry auditors report for 2015Nancy Bridge, auditor for Vodden, Bender and Seebach - Chartered Professional A
Morris-Turnberry auditors report for 2015
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 8 minutes ago
Nancy Bridge, auditor for Vodden, Bender and Seebach - Chartered Professional Accountants presented a two-page summary of the auditor’s report for Morris-Turnberry 2015. Revenues for 2015 totalled $5,459,707 including:: taxation: $2,847,716; grants:... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Aldi adverts claiming big savings banned 'for being unfair'Three ads for Aldi claiming customers could make significant savings compared w
Aldi adverts claiming big savings banned 'for being unfair'
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 10 minutes ago
Three ads for Aldi claiming customers could make significant savings compared with the "big four" supermarkets have been banned for being unfair and not "truly representative". The two television ads claimed a £70 Aldi shop would cost £98 at the big... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
New Focus At Finley Stadium Will Be As Concert Venue; Gordon Davenport Is New Chairman Of Stadium BoardThe year has been a good one for Finley Stadium, said Executive Director Paul S
New Focus At Finley Stadium Will Be As Concert Venue; Gordon Davenport Is New Chairman Of Stadium Board
The Chattanoogan / Posted 10 minutes ago
The year has been a good one for Finley Stadium, said Executive Director Paul Smith at the June board of directors meeting Tuesday afternoon. The gross profit is up $1.3 million, he said giving credit to his staff for the increase. The largest growth... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Lower NSW green slip premiums on the wayThe NSW government is to announce reforms aimed at lowering green slip premiums
Lower NSW green slip premiums on the way
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 minutes ago
The NSW government is to announce reforms aimed at lowering green slip premiums. Most NSW motorists currently pay at least $600 for compulsory third-party insurance under a scheme currently deemed the least affordable in the country, with only 45... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Fed's Powell: Brexit has shifted risks to downsideFederal Reserve board member Jerome Powell says the United Kingdom’s vote last
Fed's Powell: Brexit has shifted risks to downside
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 11 minutes ago
Federal Reserve board member Jerome Powell says the United Kingdom’s vote last week to leave the European Union has shifted global risks “even further to the downside” and “introduced new uncertainties” into the global outlook. In a prepared text he... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Aldi adverts claiming big savings banned 'for being unfair'Three ads for Aldi claiming customers could make significant savings compared w
Aldi adverts claiming big savings banned 'for being unfair'
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 11 minutes ago
Three ads for Aldi claiming customers could make significant savings compared with the "big four" supermarkets have been banned for being unfair and not "truly representative". The two television ads claimed a £70 Aldi shop would cost £98 at the big... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Clinton's Plan For Millennials: Loan ForgivenessIf Bernie Sanders and his supporters are still waiting to see whether or not Hi
Clinton's Plan For Millennials: Loan Forgiveness
Zero Hedge / Posted 13 minutes ago
If Bernie Sanders and his supporters are still waiting to see whether or not Hillary Clinton is willing to move far enough left on some issues, the release of Clinton's Tech & Innovation Agenda yesterday should make everyone a little bit less... Read more
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