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The Globe and Mail
Anton-Wolfgang von Faber-Castell propelled pencil maker into global brandAnton-Wolfgang von Faber-Castell, who led the centuries-old German maker of the
Anton-Wolfgang von Faber-Castell propelled pencil maker into global brand
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 minutes ago
Anton-Wolfgang von Faber-Castell, who led the centuries-old German maker of the humble pencil used in classrooms around the world and added a line of jewel-encrusted pens, has died at the age of 74. Count Von Faber-Castell died on Jan. 21 in Houston... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
New crowdfunding rules widen pool for Canada’s private capital marketsSeveral new crowdfunding rules across Canada are opening the door to retail inv
New crowdfunding rules widen pool for Canada’s private capital markets
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 minutes ago
Several new crowdfunding rules across Canada are opening the door to retail investors looking to put dollars directly into companies that want to raise funds in the private capital market. Until recently, the majority of retail investors were locked... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Why U.S. bank stocks are plumbing the depthsIn some ways, this should be a great time for the biggest U.S. banks. Debt-tra
Why U.S. bank stocks are plumbing the depths
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 minutes ago
In some ways, this should be a great time for the biggest U.S. banks. Debt-trading volumes are picking up. Corporate clients are paying bigger fees to borrow and acquire one another. Markets are becoming more volatile, which traditionally means more... Read more
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BBC News
US stocks slide amid volatile markets - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video &
US stocks slide amid volatile markets
BBC News / Posted 2 minutes ago
- BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say Shares on Wall Street... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Europe is exporting bank stock sell-off to North AmericaA red traffic light is seen next to the headquarters of Germany's Deutsche Bank
Europe is exporting bank stock sell-off to North America
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 minutes ago
A red traffic light is seen next to the headquarters of Germany's Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt, Germany, January 26, 2016. The European bank sector has been one of the worst-performing asset classes so far this year. The summer and fall of 2012 was... Read more
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BBC News
Tokyo shares follow Europe and US falls - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video &
Tokyo shares follow Europe and US falls
BBC News / Posted 2 minutes ago
- BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say Tokyo shares fell... Read more
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PR NewsChannel
U.S. men’s underwear and women’s lingerie market to reach US $4,353.5 Mn and US $16,619.2 Mn by 2021, respectively: PMR ReportAccording to the latest market report published by Persistence Market Research,
U.S. men’s underwear and women’s lingerie market to reach US $4,353.5 Mn and US $16,619.2 Mn by 2021, respectively: PMR Report
PR NewsChannel / Posted 3 minutes ago
According to the latest market report published by Persistence Market Research, titled “U.S. Market Study on Men’s Underwear and Women’s Lingerie: Driven by Proliferation of Modern Retail Format and Online Store during the Forecast Period”, the... Read more
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The St. Augustine Record
Average long-term mortgage rate falls fifth straight weekAverage long-term U.S. mortgage rates fell for the fifth straight week amid vol
Average long-term mortgage rate falls fifth straight week
The St. Augustine Record / Posted 4 minutes ago
Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates fell for the fifth straight week amid volatility in world financial markets. Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac says the average rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage slid to 3.72 percent this week, down from 3.79... Read more
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CBC.ca
B.C. real estate council to investigate shadow flipping of Vancouver homesThe Real Estate Council of B.C. says it's appointing an independent advisory gr
B.C. real estate council to investigate shadow flipping of Vancouver homes
CBC.ca / Posted 6 minutes ago
The Real Estate Council of B.C. says it's appointing an independent advisory group to investigate allegations of shadow flipping in Vancouver's hot housing market. "We realize that this is an urgent matter and expect to announce the members of the... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
International bank Investec buys into local crowd funder EquitiseInternational banking group Investec Australia has taken a 20% stake in Equitis
International bank Investec buys into local crowd funder Equitise
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 8 minutes ago
International banking group Investec Australia has taken a 20% stake in Equitise, the only transtasman equity crowd funder, as it looks to participate in growth in the sector. The stake was sold for an undisclosed sum but Equitise's co-founder and... Read more
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Herald Sun
Stocks to watch on Tuesday Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Tuesday: AQG - ALACER GO
Stocks to watch on Tuesday
Herald Sun / Posted 8 minutes ago
Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Tuesday: AQG - ALACER GOLD - up 17.00 cents, or 6.69 per cent, at $2.71 Alacer Gold shares have gained almost six per cent despite a 26 per cent fall in net... Read more
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Herald Sun
Mid-tier Chinese banks piling up trillions Mid-tier Chinese banks are increasingly using complex instruments to make new
Mid-tier Chinese banks piling up trillions
Herald Sun / Posted 8 minutes ago
Mid-tier Chinese banks are increasingly using complex instruments to make new loans and restructure existing loans that are then shown as low-risk investments on their balance sheets, masking the scale and... Read more
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Borger News-Herald
Oil giants post massive lossesWith oil prices down 70 percent over the past 18 months, even the world's bigge
Oil giants post massive losses
Borger News-Herald / Posted 8 minutes ago
With oil prices down 70 percent over the past 18 months, even the world's biggest energy companies are beginning to feel the pain, said Clifford Krauss and Stanley Reed in the New York Times. Exxon Mobil, BP, and Chevron all reported massive... Read more
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Weekly Times
Mid-tier Chinese banks piling up trillions Mid-tier Chinese banks are increasingly using complex instruments to make new
Mid-tier Chinese banks piling up trillions
Weekly Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
Mid-tier Chinese banks are increasingly using complex instruments to make new loans and restructure existing loans that are then shown as low-risk investments on their balance sheets, masking the scale and... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Aust stocks 2.2% lower at noonLocal market declines accelerate as banks take a hit amid global jitters. The
Aust stocks 2.2% lower at noon
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 minutes ago
Local market declines accelerate as banks take a hit amid global jitters. The Australian sharemarket has retreated further at noon amid global jitters, with the financials down sharply ahead of the Commonwealth Bank’s earnings release tomorrow. At... Read more
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Finextra
Security experts warn of new breed of bank malwareAccording to Kaspersky Labs, the Metel malware was caught in the wild last summ
Security experts warn of new breed of bank malware
Finextra / Posted 9 minutes ago
According to Kaspersky Labs, the Metel malware was caught in the wild last summer when a bank in Russia discovered it had lost millions of rubles in a single night through a series of strange financial transactions. Cards belonging to its customers... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Stocks to watch on Tuesday Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Tuesday: AQG - ALACER GO
Stocks to watch on Tuesday
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 minutes ago
Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange on Tuesday: AQG - ALACER GOLD - up 17.00 cents, or 6.69 per cent, at $2.71 Alacer Gold shares have gained almost six per cent despite a 26 per cent fall in net... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Mid-tier Chinese banks piling up trillions Mid-tier Chinese banks are increasingly using complex instruments to make new
Mid-tier Chinese banks piling up trillions
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 minutes ago
Mid-tier Chinese banks are increasingly using complex instruments to make new loans and restructure existing loans that are then shown as low-risk investments on their balance sheets, masking the scale and... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
$33 million in savings achieved on SAP partnershipA saving of $33 million over the Long-Term Plan has been achieved after the Auc
$33 million in savings achieved on SAP partnership
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 10 minutes ago
A saving of $33 million over the Long-Term Plan has been achieved after the Auckland Council Group and software supplier SAP successfully renegotiated their strategic partnership.The cost savings have... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Box office flops hit Murdoch's 21st Century FoxRupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox posts revenue fall Rupert Murdoch's 21st Cen
Box office flops hit Murdoch's 21st Century Fox
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 minutes ago
Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox posts revenue fall Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox has reported a decrease in quarterly revenue as disappointing earnings from its film arm, despite the box-office success of Matt Damon's The Martian, offset... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
UK cherry industry looks to Tasmania for inspirationTasmania the model for planned expansion of UK cherry industry Nuffield Schola
UK cherry industry looks to Tasmania for inspiration
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 minutes ago
Tasmania the model for planned expansion of UK cherry industry Nuffield Scholar winner Jan Redpath is looking to the Tasmanian cherry industry for inspiration to expand the industry in the United Kingdom. Mr Redpath is the senior technical manager... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Japanese snap up initial Australian walnut shipmentAustralia's largest walnut producer hopes to crack lucrative Japanese market W
Japanese snap up initial Australian walnut shipment
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 minutes ago
Australia's largest walnut producer hopes to crack lucrative Japanese market Walnuts grown in Tasmania and processed in the Riverina in southern New South Wales are proving a hit with the Japanese palate. That is if initial sales of a trial 6-tonne... Read more
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CNBC
Lightning Round: It's finally in the sweet spotIt's that time again! Jim Cramer rang the lightning round bell, which means he
Lightning Round: It's finally in the sweet spot
CNBC / Posted 11 minutes ago
It's that time again! Jim Cramer rang the lightning round bell, which means he gave his take on caller favorite stocks at rapid speed: Allergan: "Allergan has come down a lot. It's a charitable trust name, Jack Mohr and I have been saying look we... Read more
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Daily Journal
$50M in tax breaks eyed for Glassboro planGLASSBORO - A state authority on Tuesday is to consider tax breaks worth $50 mi
$50M in tax breaks eyed for Glassboro plan
Daily Journal / Posted 11 minutes ago
GLASSBORO - A state authority on Tuesday is to consider tax breaks worth $50 million for the next phase of the Rowan Boulevard project in Glassboro. The tax incentives from the Economic Development Authority would help finance construction of two... Read more
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dna
#dnaEdit: Igniting growthChairman of Expenditure Management Commission Bimal Jalan has raised a crucial
#dnaEdit: Igniting growth
dna / Posted 12 minutes ago
Chairman of Expenditure Management Commission Bimal Jalan has raised a crucial point with regard to the Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management (FRBM) Act: whether there should be a statutory limit to fiscal deficit. He implied that this is a... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Business confidence steady despite market turmoilUphill struggle. The deterioration in mining conditions continued to drag down
Business confidence steady despite market turmoil
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 minutes ago
Uphill struggle. The deterioration in mining conditions continued to drag down the broader index. Photo: Ryan Stuart Business confidence held steady in the face of global market upheaval in January, according the latest National Australia Bank... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Jeep apparel licensee Revolution Brands goes into administrationJeep's outdoor and lifestyle clothing is sold under licence from the carmaker i
Jeep apparel licensee Revolution Brands goes into administration
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 minutes ago
Jeep's outdoor and lifestyle clothing is sold under licence from the carmaker in over 40 countries around the globe. Photo: Jeep website The Australian and New Zealand licensee of Jeep Apparel and Footwear, Revolution Brands, has gone into... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Cash Converters secures new $100m loanThe company says the new loan refinances the existing $70 million banking facil
Cash Converters secures new $100m loan
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 minutes ago
The company says the new loan refinances the existing $70 million banking facility on terms that are market competitive. Photo: Craig Abraham Cash Converters International has secured a new $100 million loan with Fortress Investment Group to support... Read more
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Brisbane Times
BoQ flags $15m hit to profit to cut costs, jobsCEO of the Bank of Queensland Jon Sutton says the bank needs to take a hit to e
BoQ flags $15m hit to profit to cut costs, jobs
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 minutes ago
CEO of the Bank of Queensland Jon Sutton says the bank needs to take a hit to earnings to spend on making itself more efficient Photo: Jessica Hromas Bank of Queensland chief Jon Sutton says the company needs to take a $15 million hit to cash... Read more
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TheStreet.com
What to Watch Tuesday: Will Disney Report a Magical Quarter?In "What to Watch on Wall Street" for Tuesday, Feb. 9, we'll get earnings from
What to Watch Tuesday: Will Disney Report a Magical Quarter?
TheStreet.com / Posted 15 minutes ago
In "What to Watch on Wall Street" for Tuesday, Feb. 9, we'll get earnings from a few different sectors, including media and non-cyclical consumer goods. Investors will be closely watching Disney when the media and entertainment giant reveals its... Read more
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