Week Ahead – Eurozone PMIs and Japan inflation in focus in quiet week

With the dollar rally showing no sign of abating, expectations of US fiscal and monetary policy could continue to set the market theme in an otherwise relatively quiet week for economic...

On sensitive U.S. stopover, Taiwan leader connects to Twitter

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen, cutting a cautious strategic way on her stopovers in the United States, went by the base camp of smaller scale informing administration Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) on Saturday...

Japan’s Leading Index At 9-Month High

Japan's leading index rose to a 9-month high in August, preliminary data from the Cabinet Office showed Friday.   Japan's leading index that measures the future economic activity, climbed to 101.2 in August...

Edgewater launches matching engine in Mexico City

Edgewater Markets received a $30 million equity infusion earlier this year to boost the business Edgewater Markets, a provider of institutional foreign exchange liquidity, has launched a local matching engine in Mexico...

Market Snapshot: U.S. stocks face sluggish start in countdown to jobs

Pound, weakened by so-called flash crash, rattles forex market and creeps into stock sentiment Getty Images The jobs report fell short of expectations but wasn't seen as alarming enough to dissuade the Federal...

Gusto launches low calorie Fairtrade cola in UK

Gusto launches low calorie Fairtrade cola in UK The Gusto Company has launched its low calorie Fairtrade cola in the UK in a 250ml can. The Gusto Cola is produced using a blend...

Sources: Saudi cancels rare prompt oil offer to Asia after OPEC deal

Top global crude oil exporter Saudi Aramco last week canceled a rare offering of prompt cargoes to buyers in Asia, five sources with knowledge of the matter said on Friday, pulling...

Raising Wages in Japan Is Making Part-Timers Work Less

Over the last 10 years, Japan’s 14 million part-time workers cut their working hours by more than 6 percent. They now work about 4.5 hours a day. That's a blow to a...

Festive gifts sold aplenty at Fairtrade sales event

Festive gifts sold aplenty at Fairtrade sales event A mixture of familiar and new faces attended the 11th Christmas preview sale organised by the Fairtrading Post at Melton on Friday. The organisation...

Monte Paschi Said to Start Taking Orders for Shares on Monday

Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA will start taking requests for shares Monday as it means to finish raising 5 billion euros ($5.2 billion) before the year's over to maintain...
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