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Global Markets Overview – December 17, 2014
December 17 2014 10:02 AM
Equities rebounded in European trade whilst US equities struggled as investors exercised caution heading into the FOMC meeting. Additionally, oil prices remained extremely volatile, with weakness prevailing. In Europe, traders focused on surprisingly firmer manufacturing and services PMIs, along with a vast improvement in the ZEW economic sentiment readings.
Australian Dollar Outlook – December 5, 2014
December 05 2014 10:45 AM
The Australian Dollar made new four year lows last night amid expectations of interest rate cuts early next year.
Alibaba Sells Extra Shares; IPO Raises $25B, Breaks Global Record
September 23 2014 8:31 AM
A Chinese e-commerce giant broke the 2010 IPO record set by another Sino firm, the Agricultural Bank of China, when it raised $22.1 billion capital via the share launch. On Monday, Alibaba Holdings Group (NYSE: BABA) raised $25 billion after underwriters sold 48 million more shares.
New Zealand PM John Key To Face Challenge Of Chinese Economic Slowdown In Third Term
September 22 2014 5:03 PM
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key promises to maintain status quo in terms of the country's economic policies. His third consecutive term under the National Party was not a smooth ride amid a rocky election campaign due to accusations of "dirty politics."
Global Markets Overview – September 12, 2014
September 12 2014 9:18 AM
Global equities seem to be in a holding pattern as we head into next week's FOMC meeting. Additionally resurfacing geopolitical risk from the Russia front seems to be keeping investors cautious. Perhaps the most significant development in overnight trade was further EU sanctions on Russia. The latest round of sanctions included moves like banning major Russian state-owned banks from any borrowing among other financial-related limitations.
Remembering 9/11: Fast Facts About Sept. 11 Attacks On The U.S.
September 11 2014 1:15 PM
Sept. 11 is an unforgettable day. On the 13th anniversary of 9/11 attacks, here is the list of few facts that will remind you of the day that changed the lives of Americans.
Orange Open To Buy-Out Spanish Telcos Jazztel & Yoigo
September 10 2014 12:14 PM
French telco giant Orange is considering a buy-out of Spanish telcos Jazztel and Yoigo if ever these two firms would be placed on the block, said Orange CEO Federico Colom.
Global Markets Overview – September 1, 2014
September 01 2014 9:33 AM
Global markets are in for a big week on the central bank front, with the RBA, BoE, BoJ, BoC and ECB all set to meet. In the background will be the threat of Russia/Ukraine tension derailing the recovery. EU leaders are likely to impose further sanctions on Russia this week if no resolution is reached. As a result, while investors will be optimistic about potential central bank action, particularly from the ECB, there is likely to be a degree of caution exercised.
French PM Woos Business With Reform Promises: Critics Call It Old Wine in New Bottle
August 29 2014 12:46 PM
Governments need to work out, out of the box solutions than bending backwards to appease business sector
‘Days Of Our Lives’ (DOOL) Spoilers For Sept. 1-5: Updates On Kristen, Brady, Theresa, Sami, EJ, Aiden, Hope And More
August 29 2014 10:57 AM
What happens in Salem City when Stefano returns. Head inside for spoilers for Sept. episodes of "Days of Our Lives" (DOOL).
Companies Push Back IPO Plans Due to Mega Alibaba Share Launch
August 21 2014 2:30 PM
Due to the sheer size of the initial public offering (IPO) of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding (BABA) in New York in September, other companies planning public listing had postponed their launches.
Iron Ore Prices Plummet to $89/Tonne
June 18 2014 9:04 AM
Morgan Ball, the director of BC Iron, said on Tuesday that the mood in Perth is apprehensive but pragmatic after iron ore prices dipped to its 2012 level of $89 per tonne.
Australian Stock Market Report – Morning 5/20/14
May 20 2014 9:18 AM
US San Francisco Federal Reserve President Williams and Dallas Fed President Fisher spoke at a monetary policy conference. Both speakers agreed that the super-easing monetary policy conditions could have adverse consequences in the long run - resulting in excessive asset price growth and encouraging investors to take on too much risk. However Williams doesn´t believe rates should rise till the second half of 2015.
Apple Inc. Pays $23.9 to Underwriters at Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, etc
May 01 2014 2:50 PM
Apple Inc. paid a total of $23.9 million in fees to underwriters from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Deutsche Bank AG (DBK)
Australian Stock Market Report – Morning 4/28/14
April 28 2014 9:27 AM
In US economic data, the ´´flash´´ services index fell from 55.3 to 54.2 in April. The composite purchasing managers index eased from 55.7 to 54.9 in April. But consumer sentiment rose from 82.6 to a 9-month high of 84.1 in April, ahead of forecasts centred on a result near 83.0.
Australian Stock Market Report – Afternoon 4/17/14
April 17 2014 6:22 PM
The ASX 200 ended Thursday's session with a flourish having posted highs in the late morning. The index tapered away in the afternoon although it kicked higher to end the week with a gain of almost 0.5%. This was a noteworthy turnaround considering the weak tone that marked the early part of the week.
Australian Regulator Joins Global Probe of Forex Rates Rigging as Serious as 2012 Libor Rate Scandal
March 20 2014 10:00 AM
The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) is taking part in a global international investigation into foreign exchange rate riggings said to be as serious as the 2012 Libor rate scandal.
Chinese Tech Giants Go Public: Alibaba’s $15B IPO, Weibo’s $500M IPO
March 17 2014 9:55 AM
Two major Chinese tech giants are slated to go public, expecting to raise billions of dollars in capital.
Many Aussies Face a Lifetime of Renting Due to High Cost of Houses, While Chinese Snap Up $24B Worth of Properties in the Last 7 Years (VIDEOS)
March 06 2014 10:10 AM
Some Australians could no longer afford the soaring cost of homes in their countries that they could end up as lifetime tenants. And they could partly blame the rich Chinese property investors who snapped up $24 billion worth of real estate Down Under the past seven years.
Global Markets Overview - 1/30/14
January 30 2014 11:17 AM
Risk unwound through European and US trade as the overwhelmingly positive reaction to Turkey's aggressive hike proved to be short lived. The central bank theme continued with the Fed meeting in focus where it decided to taper by a further $10 billion, taking monthly purchases down to $65 billion as expected. Once again the $10 billion will be equally split between treasuries and mortgage-backed securities (MBS). The commentary didn't change much with the Fed noting an improvement in the la...