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China stocks trading halted after rout

New rule blocking reverse mergers taking effect

South China Morning Post - ‎22.07.2016‎
According to state-owned Securities Daily, 41 mainland-listed companies have shelved plans to revamp their businesses, including share placements, asset purchases and capital injection, over the past three weeks following a tightened rule by the China ...

Global Brokers See 109 Million Reasons to Ramp Up in China

Bloomberg - ‎21.07.2016‎
Saxo Capital, which set up a 15-employee unit in Shanghai's free trade zone in September, is seeking more deals with local financial firms after signing an agreement in May with Shanghai Lujiazui International Financial Asset Exchange Co., a peer-to ...

Turkey's Economy Czar Sees 'Short-Lived' Impact From Coup Attempt

Wall Street Journal - ‎21.07.2016‎
ANKARA, Turkey—The country's economy czar said the economic impact of last week's failed coup attempt in Turkey would be limited, characterizing the immediate selloff as a “knee-jerk reaction” that would subside as the country outperforms emerging ...

Markets Live: CSL hits new high

The Sydney Morning Herald - ‎20.07.2016‎
The recent strength in the data should not be read as a sign that the economy is out of the woods, noting the divergence between public and private investment, the latter falling dramatically, while China has still ample space for fiscal stimulus ...

Asian Stocks Ex-Japan Retreat From October High; Topix Climbs

Bloomberg - ‎18.07.2016‎
The MSCI Asia Pacific Excluding Japan Index slipped 0.4 percent to 431.35 as of 4:36 p.m. in Hong Kong, set to halt a six-day advance that sent valuations to the highest level in more than a year.

Trump's Speech... When He Quits The Race

Huffington Post - ‎21.07.2016‎
If Hillary builds on her current lead, how bad would it have to get before a man so self-absorbed he once claimed he has “the world's greatest memory” realizes he's about to be a national laughing stock? Put another way, how much of The Donald's public ...

Donald Trump: 'Americanism, Not Globalism, Will Be Our Credo'

ABC News - ‎21.07.2016‎
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Pound slides and FTSE 100 creeps higher as UK inflation rises by more than expected on airfares surge - ‎19.07.2016‎
On the wider market, London's FTSE 100 crawled into positive territory by close of trading, up 1.95 points, or 0.03pc, to 6,697.37, after the International Monetary Fund slashed global growth forecasts as a result of Britain's vote to leave the EU ...

'Taking on Student Loan Debt Is a CHOICE' 'Working 80 Hours a Week Leaves Very Little Time to Waste Money ...

The Atlantic - ‎20.07.2016‎
Brian started to struggle after his son was diagnosed with autism, causing his wife to quit her job to care for him and thus leaving the Brunjes family with one income.

Weatherford: Financing Venezuela's PDVSA Could Amplify Negative Cash Flow

Seeking Alpha - ‎22.07.2016‎
Venezuela's state oil company signed agreements with Weatherford and Halliburton to finance its oilfield services needs. The deal helps Weatherford and Halliburton maintain revenue with the country.

Noble Said to Wind Down European Power, Gas on Liquidity Crunch

BloombergQuint (press release) - ‎20.07.2016‎
The Hong Kong-based company is winding down its books in European power and natural gas, with traders and support staff leaving the company, said the people, who asked not to be identified because Noble hasn't made a public announcement.

25 years of reforms: How India changed its character and will never be meek and desperate again

Economic Times - ‎20.07.2016‎
The flow left the hawala route and switched to banking channels, making India today the world's of remittances. Also Read: One-stop ... Today, India is one of the biggest exporters of rice, cotton, beef and milk products and the world's third largest ...

Asian Stocks Advance as Investors Shrug Off Turkey Concerns

Bloomberg - ‎17.07.2016‎
Vietnamese equities traded near their highest levels since 2008, while Taiwanese shares extended gains after entering a bull market Friday.

Treasury cut to carbon capture will cost UK £30bn, says watchdog

The Guardian - ‎19.07.2016‎
At some stage you have to tackle the older (and least efficient) housing stock that needs far more costly measures like external wall insulation.

Ericsson facing some Olympian challenges

The Australian Financial Review - ‎20.07.2016‎
... route to cost cutting - consolidation - is already, in effect, closed. Nokia's tie-up with Alcatel-Lucent was the last major deal, with €900 millon ($1.3 billion) of cost savings pencilled in.

The 57%-a-Year Chinese Stock Trade That Regulators Want to Stop

Bloomberg - ‎13.07.2016‎
The result has been stellar performance by stocks with little to offer aside from their spot on a Chinese exchange. An investor who bought stakes in the nation's 10 smallest listed companies at the beginning of the year, sold them after 12 months and ...

Noble Said to Quit European Power, Gas on Liquidity Crunch

Bloomberg - ‎19.07.2016‎
Noble will keep its liquefied natural gas trading desk and retain the capability to trade physical pipeline natural gas, two of the people said.

Vanke asks regulator to investigate Baoneng's funding of stake buy

Reuters - ‎19.07.2016‎
In the document dated July 18 addressed to the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) and seen by Reuters, the developer said that financial conglomerate Baoneng's unit has not made full disclosure on its share purchases in the company via nine ...

China Hedge Funds Turn More Bullish on Stocks After Brexit Vote

Bloomberg - ‎10.07.2016‎
The chorus for a rebound is growing after Huang Weimin, the self-taught hedge fund manager who gained more than 6,200 percent by riding the boom and bust in Chinese stock-index futures last year, last month predicted the Shanghai Composite Index may ...

Asia Stocks in Best Week Since April as China GDP Tops Estimates

Bloomberg - ‎15.07.2016‎
Japanese shares led gains this week and the yen fell the most since 1999 after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's party won upper-house elections, giving him a fresh mandate to boost efforts to revive the economy.