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CMC Markets was established the UK in 1989 when entrepreneur Peter Cruddas started the company with a £10,000 investment. The “Currency Management Corporation” was set up in a small office with just a desk and a phone, and Cruddas brokered FX deals with contacts he had gained as a bank operator at Western Union.

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BHP Billiton Considers Setting Up of Separate Company for Aluminium, Bauxite & Nickel Assets

By IBTimes AU

Mining giant BHP Billiton (ASX: BHP) is reportedly planning to set up a separate company for its aluminium, bauxite and nickel assets for the firm to focus on its core businesses. (Apr 02)

MORE TOPICS: AUSTRALIA, COPPER, INVESTMENT

Qantas Frequent Flyers to Earn Points Based on Ticket Price, No Longer Miles Flown

By IBTimes AU

Qantas is cutting more corners, and this time those who would be hit by the embattled air carrier's axe are its passengers who belong to the Frequent Flyers Club. (Mar 31)

MORE TOPICS: GOLD, AUSTRALIA, QANTAS, SILVER, LONDON

Asian Shares Head Higher on U.S. Data Ahead of Fed Meet

By Reuters

Asian shares pushed higher on Tuesday on the back of rising U.S. manufacturing output and a jump in euro zone business activity, ahead of a key U.S. Federal Reserve policy decision later this week. (Dec 17)

MORE TOPICS: GOLD, FEDERAL RESERVE, MANUFACTURING, JAPAN, AUSTRALIA

Indian Stocks Snap 5-Day Winning Streak; Metal, Auto Shares Slide

By IBTimes IN

Indian stock markets declined for the first time in six days on Thursday, weighed down by weakness in metal, auto and banking sector shares. (Sep 12, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: NIKKEI 225

Indian Stocks Decline on Weak Rupee and Global Cues

By IBTimes IN

Indian stocks markets ended lower for a straight second session on Wednesday as weak rupee and a broad selloff in global markets dampened sentiment. (Aug 07, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: NIKKEI 225

European Markets Mostly Higher Despite Portugal Bailout Crisis

By IBTimes UK

Portuguese President backs fragile coalition government to keep country's bailout on track. (Jul 22, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: MICROSOFT, FTSE, PORTUGAL, JAPAN

China's Risky Growth Outlook and Trade Surplus Causes Australian Dollar Decline

By IBTimes AU

The IMF says China's slow growth was a big risk as the world's second biggest economy moves to growth led by consumption. Any kind of economic slowdown could affect Australia and other commodity exporters. China is one of the biggest consumers of energy in the world. (Jul 10, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND, IMF, AUSTRALIA

Australian Bonds Decrease Piggy-Backed on US Jobs Data

By IBTimes AU

Australian bonds are lower on speculation that a job rise in the U.S. will lead to an easing of bond buying by the Federal Reserve. According to a report by the U.S. that claimed 195,000 new jobs emerged in June. (Jul 09, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: FEDERAL RESERVE, UNEMPLOYMENT, AUSTRALIA, QUANTITATIVE EASING, MORTGAGE

Fed, China concerns pressure shares, dollar gains

By Reuters

Plans by the U.S. central bank to scale back its money printing combined with fears that China's policy may be tightening to lift the dollar on Monday, while bonds, shares and commodities extended last week's losses. (Jun 24, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, GOLD, JAPAN, COPPER, INVESTMENT

Nikkei slumps as yen firms, Asian shares ease before US jobs

By Reuters

The Nikkei entered bear market territory on Friday as the yen rose against the dollar on concerns that the key U.S. jobs data will disappoint, while wary investors awaiting clarity on the Federal Reserve's stimulus sent Asian shares to six-month lows. (Jun 07, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: UNEMPLOYMENT, SAMSUNG, JAPAN