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Tuesday December 10 Recall Holdings Australia's biggest logistics company, Brambles, is set to spin out its US-based information and document management division into a separately listed entity called Recall Holdings...Existing shareholders will
China's consumer-price inflation slowed slightly in November on an annual basis, coming in just below expectations, while wholesale-price deflation also eased slightly. The consumer price index rose 3% from a year earlier, while slipping 0.1%
China's inflation edged down in November, giving Beijing more room to stimulate the economy if needed. Data showed consumer prices rose 3.0 percent, down from October's 3.2 percent. Price increases were driven by a 22.3 percent rise in the cost of
ET Despite its cheap energy and other advantages, America is still losing ground to emerging markets in the battle for foreign investment. Of all the new foreign direct investment, or FDI, that flowed across borders last year, much in the form of
Peter, 55 years old and homeless, is standing at a Stockholm supermarket, carrying the two objects that help him make a living: A stack of magazines and a debit card reader. The magazine, Situation Stockholm, is sold by the poor to bring in some
Yet the man who came up with that statistic is no Democratic operative. He is a wry, bespectacled Bloomberg administration official who is far more familiar with complex statistical methodologies than with rough-and-tumble political brawling...
Among other things, these norms relate to banks' selling of non-banking financial products like insurance and mutual funds , which are the source of the bulk of mis-selling accusations against banks. As always happens when one writes anything that
This is the first "relief " factor for investors, as any deviation from exit poll expectations would have spooked the markets. And as we have seen in the past, when spooked by the unexpected, investors can show powerful and messy kneejerk reactions.
Chinese consumer prices were up 3% in November, modestly below expectations for a 3.1% rise. Meanwhile, producer prices fell 1.4%, missing expectations for a 1.5% fall. "CPI inflation could be quite close to 3.5% for the rest of 2013, triggering
Sears CEO Eddie Lampert, once compared to Warren Buffett, has been unable to turn around the money-losing iconic retailer despite a series of spinoffs...It is an embarrassment that we are able to provide greater benefits to our trading partners than