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Finance Asia
London sees red as China executes offshore bondRed skies at night: London's delight The City of London cemented its status as
London sees red as China executes offshore bond
Finance Asia / Posted moments ago
Red skies at night: London's delight The City of London cemented its status as Europe's leading renminbi centre on Thursday after China's Ministry of Finance (MOF) raised Rmb3 billion ($458 million) through a three-year bond deal. The deal size may... Read more
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TechCrunch
Will Twilio IPO reopen tech window?If the company ends up going through with its plans, it would likely be just th
Will Twilio IPO reopen tech window?
TechCrunch / Posted moments ago
If the company ends up going through with its plans, it would likely be just the third tech IPO of the year. This has been the worst year for public offerings since the 2009 recession. Twilio has been rumored to be entering the public markets for a... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
From misfit to maestro: Born-again Atletico Madrid star Fernando Torres looks for Champions League glory against Los BlancosCommenting & Moderation We moderate all comments on Evening Times on either a
From misfit to maestro: Born-again Atletico Madrid star Fernando Torres looks for Champions League glory against Los Blancos
EveningTimes Online / Posted 2 minutes ago
Commenting & Moderation We moderate all comments on Evening Times on either a pre-moderated or post-moderated basis. If you're a relatively new user then your comments will be reviewed before publication and if we know you well and trust you then... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Consumer confidence in economy 'way below' last year, report saysConsumer confidence remains gloomy in a reflection of persistent doubts about t
Consumer confidence in economy 'way below' last year, report says
Croydon Guardian / Posted 2 minutes ago
Consumer confidence remains gloomy in a reflection of persistent doubts about the economy, according to a report. Confidence in the economy remains "way below" last year, almost certainly as a result of "Brexit gremlins", the GfK Consumer Confidence... Read more
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TheBull
Big banks face soft profit growth: FitchAustralia's major banks appear well-placed to withstand risk arising from risin
Big banks face soft profit growth: Fitch
TheBull / Posted 3 minutes ago
Australia's major banks appear well-placed to withstand risk arising from rising household debt and strong house price growth but face soft profit growth in 2016, according to Fitch. The credit rating agency believes a stable labour market and... Read more
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TheBull
Market overly pessimistic on US data Brent crudes failure to hold above the US$50 level and weak capital goods ord
Market overly pessimistic on US data
TheBull / Posted 4 minutes ago
Brent crudes failure to hold above the US$50 level and weak capital goods orders from the US appear to have halted US markets and the dollar overnight. 27.05.2016 09:09 AM Market overly pessimistic on US... Read more
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heraldscotland
Fonterra boss predicts milk prices will gradually improveFONTERRA, the New Zealand co-operative and world's biggest dairy exporter, has
Fonterra boss predicts milk prices will gradually improve
heraldscotland / Posted 5 minutes ago
FONTERRA, the New Zealand co-operative and world's biggest dairy exporter, has raised its milk price forecast for the coming year by the equivalent of 1.2p to 14.6p per litre (ppl). This year's final price has been set at a miserable 13.4ppl compared... Read more
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heraldscotland
Windfarm giant eyes £10bn stock market flotationDONG Energy, the Danish firm whose portfolio includes North Sea oil and gas ass
Windfarm giant eyes £10bn stock market flotation
heraldscotland / Posted 5 minutes ago
DONG Energy, the Danish firm whose portfolio includes North Sea oil and gas assets and UK windfarms, has set the price range for a stock market flotation which could value it at up to DKR106.5 billion (£10bn). The company plans to float on the Nasdaq... Read more
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heraldscotland
Lanarkshire software testing firm doubles profits amid boom in online business“We want everything online and we want to be able transact when we want to,” sa
Lanarkshire software testing firm doubles profits amid boom in online business
heraldscotland / Posted 5 minutes ago
“We want everything online and we want to be able transact when we want to,” said Mr Ferrie. He noted that companies are having to develop facilities such as apps that can be used on a range of platforms including tablets and mobile phones. They... Read more
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heraldscotland
Ian McConnell: Bold action sparks boost for Scottish foreign direct investment figuresTaking a step back to contemplate the gloomy backdrop, the numbers are even mor
Ian McConnell: Bold action sparks boost for Scottish foreign direct investment figures
heraldscotland / Posted 5 minutes ago
Taking a step back to contemplate the gloomy backdrop, the numbers are even more remarkable. They are also, in the context of the broader economic weakness, a huge relief. It is important to recognise this economic weakness is in very large part the... Read more
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heraldscotland
Profits jump by a fifth at discount chain B&MComments & Moderation We moderate all comments on Herald Scotland on either a
Profits jump by a fifth at discount chain B&M
heraldscotland / Posted 5 minutes ago
Comments & Moderation We moderate all comments on Herald Scotland on either a pre-moderated or post-moderated basis. If you're a relatively new user then your comments will be reviewed before publication and if we know you well and trust you then... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Valley lawmakers work to secure $250,000 for Youngstown Air Reserve BaseValley lawmakers worked until 11:55pm on Wednesday in Columbus to secure $250,0
Valley lawmakers work to secure $250,000 for Youngstown Air Reserve Base
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 5 minutes ago
Valley lawmakers worked until 11:55pm on Wednesday in Columbus to secure $250,000 in state funding for the Youngstown Air Reserve Base. The money will go towards the purchase of a building that will be transformed into a deployment hub for troops.... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
School projects to get Bond Commission approvalAnsonia will receive $1.2 million; Bridgeport, more than $963,000; Danbury, $1.
School projects to get Bond Commission approval
Stamford Advocate / Posted 6 minutes ago
Ansonia will receive $1.2 million; Bridgeport, more than $963,000; Danbury, $1.7 million; Derby, $1.2 million; Norwalk, $1.4 million; and Stamford, $255,000. The commission, which meets monthly in the Legislative Office Building, is scheduled for a... Read more
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The Economic Times
India seeks fresh treaties with 47 nationsThe Narendra Modi-led NDA government has prepared a model draft which will serv
India seeks fresh treaties with 47 nations
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
The Narendra Modi-led NDA government has prepared a model draft which will serve as the template for all investment agreements in the future and also for reworking the current ones. "We have written to 47 countries... Treaties that have completed 10... Read more
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The Economic Times
Snapdeal, Puravankara Projects tie up to sell homes onlineThe three-way partnership will enable Snapdeal customers to purchase ready-to-m
Snapdeal, Puravankara Projects tie up to sell homes online
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
The three-way partnership will enable Snapdeal customers to purchase ready-to-move apartments from Puravankara across BENGALURU , Chennai , Coimbatore and Kochi. It will also allow them to lease these apartments back to Puravankara for seven... Read more
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The Economic Times
Hinduja Group’s request to enter defence sector via Gulf Oil turned downGOCL, which had applied in August 2015 for licences to manufacture a range of d
Hinduja Group’s request to enter defence sector via Gulf Oil turned down
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
GOCL, which had applied in August 2015 for licences to manufacture a range of defence-related products including grenades, detonators and ammunition was rejected by the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion earlier this month, even as... Read more
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The Economic Times
Fortis Healthcare set to turn its diagnostic chain SRL Diagnostics into a separate unitNEW DELHI: Indian healthcare company Fortis Healthcare is set to turn its dia
Fortis Healthcare set to turn its diagnostic chain SRL Diagnostics into a separate unit
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: Indian healthcare company Fortis Healthcare is set to turn its diagnostic chain SRL Diagnostics into a separate unit prior to getting it listed, thus providing an exit route to private equity investors, said two people familiar with... Read more
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The Economic Times
Torrent Pharma in talks to buy Glochem Industries for Rs 300 croreMUMBAI: Ahmedabad-based Torrent Pharma is in advanced talks to buy bulk drugs s
Torrent Pharma in talks to buy Glochem Industries for Rs 300 crore
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
MUMBAI: Ahmedabad-based Torrent Pharma is in advanced talks to buy bulk drugs supplier Glochem Industries for about Rs 300 crore, people aware of the development said. Glochem is a medium-sized company that makes bulk drugs, or active ingredients,... Read more
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The Economic Times
Defaults are costly: Bankruptcy law gives lenders more teethMUMBAI: With the Bankruptcy Act in place, banks can breathe easy, at least in t
Defaults are costly: Bankruptcy law gives lenders more teeth
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
MUMBAI: With the Bankruptcy Act in place, banks can breathe easy, at least in the medium term, as corporate borrowers will now intensify their efforts to avoid loan defaults and the likely loss of management control of business, said Moody's... Read more
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The Economic Times
Panel set up to look into rising NPAs of power PSUsGross non-performing assets (NPAs) of PFC were 3.15% of its loan assets as on M
Panel set up to look into rising NPAs of power PSUs
The Economic Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
Gross non-performing assets (NPAs) of PFC were 3.15% of its loan assets as on March 31 this year against 1.16% a year ago. Net NPAs rose to 2.55% of the loan assets as on March 31 from 0.93% in the year-ago period. Gross NPAs of REC stood at about... Read more
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Calculated Risk
GDP, YellenA few excerpts from a research piece by Ethan Harris at Merrill Lynch: Fed Watc
GDP, Yellen
Calculated Risk / Posted 7 minutes ago
A few excerpts from a research piece by Ethan Harris at Merrill Lynch: Fed Watch: June, July or September? It is now clear that June is very much on the table. What is less clear is whether the Fed is just protesting the super-low probability priced... Read more
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WA Today
ASX's glass ceilingThe RBA chief's property advice is a stark contrast to the PM and Treasurer's e
ASX's glass ceiling
WA Today / Posted 9 minutes ago
The RBA chief's property advice is a stark contrast to the PM and Treasurer's enthusiasm for housing, Michael Pascoe writes: But it shouldn't be overlooked that he still delivered two sharp slaps: one at the lack of a plan for getting the budget... Read more
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WA Today
Hottest commodity of 2016 is chicken feed amid supply disruptionThis year's best-performing commodity isn't what you think. Forget all those r
Hottest commodity of 2016 is chicken feed amid supply disruption
WA Today / Posted 9 minutes ago
This year's best-performing commodity isn't what you think. Forget all those resources dug up from the ground - and go for chicken feed. Or cow food. Soybean meal, made from crushed soybeans and used to feed poultry and livestock, has jumped 54 per... Read more
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WA Today
Perth newspaper deal gives Kerry Stokes a monopoly on print mediaThe sale of The Sunday Times and PerthNow website to rival Seven West Media is
Perth newspaper deal gives Kerry Stokes a monopoly on print media
WA Today / Posted 9 minutes ago
The sale of The Sunday Times and PerthNow website to rival Seven West Media is almost complete. Seven West Media CEO and managing director Tim Worner confirmed the company that owns The West Australian and Channel Seven was in advanced negotiations... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Positive gains for 3 out of 4 IPOs ThursdayWASHINGTON (AP) - It's turning out to be a busy month for initial public stock
Positive gains for 3 out of 4 IPOs Thursday
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 10 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (AP) - It's turning out to be a busy month for initial public stock offerings. US Foods Holding Corp. shares rose more than 8 percent Thursday, a day after raising more than $1 billion by selling 44.4 million shares at $23 per share. It... Read more
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Mississippi Business Journal
Low sales prices drive Sanderson earnings down in second quarterBy Jack Weatherly Sanderson Farms’ earnings dipped to $47.6 million, or $2.11
Low sales prices drive Sanderson earnings down in second quarter
Mississippi Business Journal / Posted 11 minutes ago
By Jack Weatherly Sanderson Farms’ earnings dipped to $47.6 million, or $2.11 per share, in the second fiscal quarter ending April 30, compared with $71.2 million, or $3.13 per share a year earlier. The Laurel-based poultry producer said in a... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
School projects to get Bond Commission approvalAnsonia will receive $1.2 million; Bridgeport, more than $963,000; Danbury, $1.
School projects to get Bond Commission approval
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 12 minutes ago
Ansonia will receive $1.2 million; Bridgeport, more than $963,000; Danbury, $1.7 million; Derby, $1.2 million; Norwalk, $1.4 million; and Stamford, $255,000. The commission, which meets monthly in the Legislative Office Building, is scheduled for a... Read more
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FOX 31 Denver
Sports Authority liquidation sales begin: Should you buy?DENVER -- The closing of all Sports Authority stores is raising the question...
Sports Authority liquidation sales begin: Should you buy?
FOX 31 Denver / Posted 12 minutes ago
DENVER -- The closing of all Sports Authority stores is raising the question... To buy or not to buy? The liquidation sale at all stores started today. And the Problem Solvers team is getting information you need to know.... If you're looking for... Read more
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Connecticut Post
School projects to get Bond Commission approvalAnsonia will receive $1.2 million; Bridgeport, more than $963,000; Danbury, $1.
School projects to get Bond Commission approval
Connecticut Post / Posted 13 minutes ago
Ansonia will receive $1.2 million; Bridgeport, more than $963,000; Danbury, $1.7 million; Derby, $1.2 million; Norwalk, $1.4 million; and Stamford, $255,000. The commission, which meets monthly in the Legislative Office Building, is scheduled for a... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Using Credit Cards the Right WayWould you take out a loan for burger and fries? That's exactly what you're doin
Using Credit Cards the Right Way
Connecticut Post / Posted 13 minutes ago
Would you take out a loan for burger and fries? That's exactly what you're doing when you pay with plastic at a fast food joint, explains Tiffany Aliche. The Budgetnista (@TheBudgetnista) reveals the right way to use credit cards in this exclusive... Read more
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