Jul 5, 2013

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Asian shares buoyed by ECB, BoE policy signals
Reuters
By Masayuki Kitano and Ian Chua. SINGAPORE/SYDNEY | Fri Jul 5, 2013 2:48am EDT. SINGAPORE/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian stocks rose on Friday, while sterling hit a five-week low, after two of Europe's most important central banks surprised the market ...
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Temasek Looks to Expand in China as Crunch Is Under Control
Bloomberg
Temasek Holdings Pte (TMSK), the biggest foreign investor in Chinese banks, said it's not concerned by a cash crunch that sent stocks plunging last month and plans to increase its assets in the nation. "There is sufficient liquidity in the system over a ...
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Samsung Profit Misses Analyst Estimates on S4 Smartphone
Bloomberg
Samsung Electronics Co. (005930), the world's biggest smartphone maker, posted second-quarter earnings that missed analyst estimates as sales of its flagship Galaxy S4 handset fell short of analyst expectations. The shares dropped. Operating profit rose to ...
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Analyzing Renewable Energy in the United States
Wall Street Journal
There is no doubt that the United States is a torch bearer in the renewable energy industry. In fact, 11.14 percent of the electricity produced in the US in the first six months of 2010, came from renewable energy resources itself. The US was the largest producer ...
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UPDATE 6-Batista exit from MPX begins breakup of EBX empire
Reuters
Thu Jul 4, 2013 11:07pm EDT. * Batista will retain $2 bln of assets, $1.7 bln debt -source. * MPX share sale halt starts major EBX restructuring. * E.ON seeks to rebrand MPX outside of Batista empire. * Batista's troubles mirror change of fortunes for Brazil.
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Asian Shares Rise; Nikkei Leads Gains This Week
Wall Street Journal
Japan was set to be Asia's best performer of the week, as regional stocks rose on Friday before the U.S. labor report and following supportive comments from the European Central Bank. In terms of weekly performance, Japan's Nikkei made the biggest gains.
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New Zealand Coal Mine Victims Get Fraction of US Payout (1)
Businessweek
Pike River Coal Co., which went into receivership after 29 workers at its namesake mine died in an explosion in November 2010, was also ordered to pay a NZ$760,000 fine on nine charges, according to an e-mailed statement today from the Ministry of ...
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Carney Should Make the Bank of England an Innovator
Bloomberg
Speculation that Mark Carney, who took charge at the Bank of England this week, might radically change U.K. monetary policy cooled in the months after his appointment was announced. No doubt, this softening of expectations was justified -- the constraints ...
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Pakistan agrees $5.3bn IMF loan
BBC News
Pakistan's newly elected government has agreed a $5.3bn (£3.5bn) loan with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The three-year loan will replenish the central bank's reserves and buy time for the government to cut its budget deficit and fix the energy ...
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IRS Scrutiny Went Beyond the Political
New York Times
WASHINGTON — In 2010, a tiny Palestinian-rights group called Minnesota Break the Bonds applied to the Internal Revenue Service for tax-exempt status. Two years and a lot of prodding later, the I.R.S. sent the group's leaders a series of questions and ...
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China Probes 60 Drugmakers in Effort to Curb Drug Prices
Bloomberg
China's top economic planning agency is investigating the costs and prices of drugmakers including GlaxoSmithKline Plc (GSK), Merck & Co., Novartis AG (NOVN) and Baxter International Inc. (BAX) to improve the pricing system for medicines. The National ...
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Hong Kong Stocks Pare Weekly Decline as Lenders Climb on Europe
Bloomberg
Hong Kong stocks advanced, with the benchmark equity index heading for the biggest two-day gain since January, as financial companies rallied after European policy makers pledged to keep borrowing costs low for longer. The Hang Seng Index increased ...
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MTA: Train disabled after running over mattress
Wall Street Journal
NEW YORK — An eight-car Metro-North train was disabled in the Bronx after running over a mattress placed on the tracks, sparking a fire that shorted the third rail. The Metropolitan Transit Authority says the incident occurred at about noon on Thursday.
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Pepsi, Coca Cola and other soft drink makers struggle as early rains dampen ...
Economic Times
Sales growth slows to low single digits in June, a critical month for the industry which sees highest sales during the June quarter. ET SPECIAL: Expert Views & Property Trends on Luxury Homes. NEW DELHI: Early and heavy rains flooding almost the entire ...
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Video: Will Chevrolet's new TV ads sell pickups?
USA TODAY
Chevrolet marks Independence Day by kicking off a new ad campaign for its 2014 Chevrolet Silverado beginning in Texas, the heart of the nation's pickup truck market. Like its past campaigns, this one is wrapped in images of rugged guys who love their ...
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Star-Ledger puts its Newark headquarters up for sale
Philly.com
The Star-Ledger of Newark, New Jersey's largest newspaper, will end production if unions don't make concessions in contract negotiations, the publisher said Wednesday. Travel Deals. $1009 -- All-Incl. 4-Star Cancun Beachfront Trip from Philly.
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Vatican bank told of "clear failings" at meeting: source
Reuters
By Philip Pullella. VATICAN CITY | Thu Jul 4, 2013 8:15pm EDT. VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - A preliminary inquiry by the Vatican bank after the arrest of a Vatican prelate on suspicion of trying to smuggle huge sums of money into Italy from Switzerland found ...
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Portugal's ruling coalition avoids collapse
MarketWatch
Portugal's embattled prime minister said he had reached an understanding to keep his government from collapsing, but only after four days of political tremors highlighted the biggest flaw in Europe's strategy for reviving crisis-hit euro members: It isn't working.
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After Google's Waze buyout, Israel's tech start-ups hope to draw more investors
Firstpost
Jerusalem: The billion-dollar sale of navigation company Waze to Google may finally be putting Israel on the map as a major player in consumer Internet innovation. Israel's high-tech sector has been dominated by firms that made products for other ...
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BOJ Beat: BOJ Pleased by Exporters' Dollar-Yen Forecasts
Wall Street Journal (blog)
The Bank of Japan was pleasantly surprised by one item in particular in its latest survey of business sentiment: the conservative forecast by major exporters for the dollar-yen exchange rate in the coming months. Bloomberg: Bank of Japan headquarters in ...
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Rosy data suggest faster job growth
Washington Post
Encouraging economic reports this week are boosting hopes that the job market picked up momentum in June. On Friday, the government is scheduled to release its monthly estimates of unemployment and job growth, which are among the most closely ...
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IMF Warns Italy on Risks From 'Policy Slippage'
Wall Street Journal
ROME—Italy's economy faces "risks tilted to the downside" due to potential backsliding on the policy front both at home and at the European level, the International Monetary Fund said Thursday. Any "policy slippage" in Rome could further tighten credit ...
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Social media use evolving in Egypt
Deutsche Welle
Social media played an undeniably important role during the Arab Spring revolutions in 2011. But it's now become part of the standard repertoire of political upheaval - also for the establishment. There's no doubt that the citizenry relied greatly on social media ...
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SEC alleges insider trading ahead of Onyx Pharmaceuticals rejection of Amgen ...
Financial Post
NEW YORK — The Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday accused unnamed traders of raking in approximately US$4.6-million in potentially illegal profits by using foreign accounts to trade on inside knowledge of a buyout offer for drugmaker Onyx ...
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European shares up, investors expect calming Draghi tone
Reuters
Thu Jul 4, 2013 4:19am EDT. * FTSEurofirst 300 up 9.39 points at 1,160.29. * Europe looks for dovish Draghi to calm markets. * Worries remain over Portugal and Greece debt. * Easyjet rises as passenger numbers rise. By David Brett. LONDON, July 4 ...
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Traders nervous ahead of US jobs data today
Firstpost
New York: The difference between a market rally and a rout on Friday will hinge on the US government's latest report on unemployment in the country. The 5 July release delivers a read on conditions in the labour market — a key piece of data used to gauge ...
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Seaspan Accepts Delivery of 4600 TEU Containership | Benzinga
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Apple Said to be Closing in on Deal with Time Warner Cable · iPhone Lite Image Leak Highlights Apple's Colorful Side (AAPL) · Disney Having a Huge News Week and its Only Wednesday (DIS) · Boston University Wants a Piece of Apple's ...
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Written by Andy Sernovitz Every business feels the pain of negative word of mouth at some point, whether it's from customer complaints, critics or.
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Port Allen resumes business as usual - WAFB 9 News Baton Rouge ...
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New business was on the agenda at the Port Allen City Council meeting Wednesday night. It was presented and discussed in between a few laughs.
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Spa Depot finds help, needs more workers - Business - The ...
In addition to the warehouse manager, the business is interviewing for two other warehouse positions and has created two more positions in its customer service department, Williams said. "Business has been very good," he said. The new ...
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Arthur's Pastry Shop Opening West Medford Location - Business ...
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South Huntsville business catches fire (gallery) | al.com
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Featured. Loading headlines... All News Topics » | All News Forums » .... business fire Crews battled a fire at Pride Home Entertainment during Independence Day's early morning hours. (Jonathan Grass/[email protected]). Crews were called to the scene close to 2:30 a.m. Heavy smoke was visible a mile away from the scene. Although the flames were quickly contained, the smoke continued pouring across the area and was felt throughout the Walmart parking lot across the street for ...
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Per Republicans, the Democrats are 'party of big business' - Gretawire
By Greta Van Susteren
See below the quote from today's New York Times article about the Obama Administration's decision on Tuesday to postpone business mandate reporting for one year (from January 2014 to January [...]
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Scheme bids to launch businesses in Shropshire « Shropshire Star
Hundreds of new businesses could be launched in Shropshire under a new free mentoring scheme which is to be run by a county firm. Tweet. Bridgnorth-based Good2Great has won the right to deliver a new £160,000 contract from the Local ...
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Debt crisis shrinks use of euros International use of the euro slipped last year because of the debt crisis in Europe, while the U.S. dollar held its own as the ...
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Intuit sells financial services business - Yahoo! News
From Yahoo! News: NEW YORK (AP) — Intuit is selling a division that provides software to financial institutions in a deal worth about $1.03 billion so that it can ...
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Spending on residential housing rose in May to the highest level in 4½ years, helping to send overall construction spending higher despite a big drop in ...
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Telecom Italia Halts Talks With Hutchison on Mobile-Phone Merger
... about valuation, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg News July 2. ... "Though the deal made sense from the business side, there were from the ...
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