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  1. Business - Economy - TRADE

    Singapore June exports decline after electronics shipments slump

    Posted Jul 18th 2014, 12:47am by Reuters

    ... reinforces that Singapore's exports are underperforming … Singapore's exports are among the worst in Asia," said Tim Condon, head of research Asia for ING Bank in Singapore. "My ... for Bank of America Merrill Lynch in Singapore. The contraction was in contrast to the solid electronics exports seen from countries such as South Korea and Malaysia, he said. Singapore's ...

  2. Property - International - PROPERTY

    Bank of England cuts mortgage support to avoid bubble

    Posted Nov 29th 2013, 04:27am by Reuters

    ... Reuters in London Bank of England says it will refocus Funding for Lending scheme on helping smaller firms Britain reins in mortgage plan to avoid bubble The Bank of England moved to head ... construction firms tumbled after the central bank said it would refocus the Funding for Lending Scheme on helping small companies that find it hard to borrow. Britain's economy and its housing ...

  3. Business - Money

    With independence, ex-bank analysts find, comes freedom to make sell calls on investments

    Posted Oct 08th 2013, 12:03pm by Reuters

    ... a wholesale migration of the research function from banks to the independent research space,” said Tim Condon, managing director and head of Asian research at ING in Singapore. “There is definitely ... Reuters in Hong Kong After 27 years working for investment banks and hedge funds, Hong Kong-based equity research analyst Paul Schulte decided it was time to fly solo. Carrying a résumé ...

  4. Business - Banking & Finance - REGULATION

    Sins of the past, present and future haunt banks

    Posted Oct 31st 2013, 01:22pm by Reuters

    ... and Lloyds Banking revealed mounting legal bills, and Dutch agricultural specialist Rabobank became the latest lender to be fined in a global scandal over interest rate rigging, with a US$1.1 billion ... Reuters in London Lenders quit business lines and less-regulated countries in the wake of mounting penalties Sins of the past, present and future haunt banks The cost to banks of cleaning ...

  5. Business - Banking & Finance

    A test of nerves

    Posted Nov 16th 2013, 03:11am by Reuters

    ... monetary experiment that the Chinese and Indian central banks engaged in this year might one day be hailed as a success. So far, the result has been unprecedented market volatility and little else. Both central banks targeted interbank rates to control the supply of money, aiming for a more surgical monetary tool than orthodox bank reserves or policy interest rates. The People's Bank ...

  6. Business - China Business

    US Justice Department expands China hiring probe to Morgan Stanley

    Posted Nov 27th 2013, 08:47am by Reuters

    ... Reuters Bank was early to spot China’s economic promise, purchasing a first stake in an investment bank there in 1995 The US Justice Department is probing Morgan Stanley for its hiring practices in China, according to a person familiar with the matter. The move comes as US authorities expand their investigation into whether banks’ hiring of politically connected Chinese employees ...

  7. Business - Economy

    US economy outshines Europe's despite shutdown saga

    Posted Oct 21st 2013, 02:53pm by Reuters

    ... economist Ira Kalish David Folkerts-Landau, group chief economist at Deutsche Bank, said the episode had inflicted deep wounds on the Republican Party – which wanted changes in Democratic President ... from 52.2 in September, but bank lending to the private sector is expected to shrink further. Indeed, the Centre for Economic Policy Research in London said on Saturday that it was too soon ...

  8. Business - Companies

    Apple controversy lays bare complex Irish tax web

    Posted Jul 14th 2013, 05:49pm by Reuters

    ... falling and Ireland’s stricken banks still laying off staff. The positive impact of international companies can be seen in the once derelict area of Dublin’s docklands, now dubbed Silicon Docks, ... kind of ‘get-rich-quick’ scheme for Americans,” Peter Keegan, president of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland told its annual Independence Day lunch. Keegan, who is the head of Bank ...



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