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LONDON - A member of the Bank of England's rate-setting committee said last night that the economy had emerged from recession in the third quarter, contradicting initial figures published by...
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  • NEW YORK - Retail sales in the United States rebounded more than forecast as demand for cars climbed, and a regional gauge of manufacturing showed...
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  • NEW YORK - GMAC, the troubled former finance arm of General Motors, said yesterday that chief executive Alvaro de Molina had resigned and would be...
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  • NEW YORK - Lehman Brothers Holdings's bankrupt estate and a trustee for its brokerage both sued Barclays, seeking the return of a US$5-billion...
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Supporters' campaign
IN A typical race, the spotlight is usually on the runners; but this year, the organising committee...

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Understanding China's financial markets

As China's economy grows, its financial markets are becoming increasingly important to global...

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Effects of cooling measures felt

SINGAPORE - Recent cooling measures, coupled with a continued decline in rents, are likely to weigh...

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When old traditions are not good enough

Mr Joel Lou, vice president of business development at Just Commodity, a software solutions company.
DOING business with small commodity companies is often steeped in old traditions, where an informal...

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YES, my boss follows me on Twitter. And it's no use denying that this makes a difference to what I...

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Why team events might not work

MOST companies know that teamwork is a good thing. A cohesive, mutually-supportive workforce is a...
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China the next big risk

by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
FAR from taking over as the engine of growth from an exhausted West, China is making matters worse. Its policies continue to play havoc with global trade and risk...
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Singapore and Finland have signed an agreement for the avoidance of double taxation or DTA.

This is the 14th agreement Singapore has signed since endorsing the new standard in March this year.

Singapore was officially removed from the grey list of the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development last Friday.

This came after it fulfilled the criteria of signing at least 12 agreements on the globally agreed standard for the exchange of tax information upon request. 938LIVE

sT Index - Updated Nov 16, 2009

day
closing
change
%
mon
2783.85
2.08%
tue
2707.60
0.53%
wed
2740.43
1.21%
thu
2726.24
0.52%
fri
2727.23
0.04%
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JPMorgan upgrades from Neutral; raises price target to $11.00 from $8.50 after increasing FY09-11 earnings forecasts by 47, 47 and 24 per cent, respectively. "We believe the bank is best positioned in the sector to benefit from a shift towards managing liabilities as wealth accumulation increases and demographic profiles start greying," the broker says.

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