Wednesday, 07 October 2015

Asia Pacific

  • Globe creates innovative solutions to boost, empower MSMEs

    16:33 | 7/10/15
    Micro, small and medium sized enterprises (MSMEs), which have taken center stage in discussions among member economies of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), have in fact been touted as the “next frontier of international trade growth” and as ... more»
  • Business in Savannah in brief

    15:48 | 7/10/15
    Savannah Morning News
    Olde Savannah Garden and Produce at 8411 Marcus Place and the corner of Montgomery Crossroads is hosting a pumpkin patch to benefit the Coastal Empire Habitat for Humanity. more»
  • The best of the UB Bulls

    15:48 | 7/10/15
    University at Buffalo The Spectrum
    A transfer from Marshall and native of New Zealand, Doney has made himself a home in Buffalo. This season, Doney is second on the team in points (13), shots (20) and goals (4)while playing in all 12 games thus far. more»
Asia Pacific Snapshot
NZ50NZSX 50 Index5,6825,6325,668380.67%
TWITrade Weighted Index70.2470.2470.240.560.81%
STIStraits Times - Singapore2,8992,8762,897461.62%
NI225Nikkei 22518,37318,09518,1861811.00%
HSIHang Seng22,16921,71921,832230.10%
Latest Asia Pacific News
  • Woolworths Limited: Are investors trying to be too clever?

    15:15 | 7/10/15
    Motley Fool Australia
    What: If you've been following the saga of Australia's largest retailer Woolworths Limited (ASX: WOW) you'll know that the company has been copping plenty of flak for the perceived under performance of its supermarket business and for its decision to ... more»
  • The Big Fat Cruise Wrap

    14:18 | 7/10/15
    Travel Weekly
    Guests booking one of the Antarctica 18-day voyages in November 2015 or January, February, and December 2016, will hear from distinguished historians on board and visit iconic areas of the Antarctic including, Elephant Island, South Shetland Islands ... more»
  • Cony High students quiz Augusta's local candidates

    14:07 | 7/10/15
    Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
    She responded that Augusta is fortunate to be the state capital and thus have some 25,000 people commuting into Augusta each day, which provides opportunity for growth. She said the city has had some good residential development on the east side but ... more»
  • BHP Billiton Limited: Will this be the best contrarian bet of 2015?

    14:07 | 7/10/15
    Motley Fool Australia
    Since hitting highs of around $49 back in 2008, Australia's largest mining company BHP Billiton Limited (ASX: BHP) has taken shareholders on a rollercoaster ride which has seen the stock recently test decade low levels at $21.61. more»
  • NHL Power Rankings: General managers

    14:07 | 7/10/15
    He is a shrewd manager of the salary cap, knows when to cut ties with declining players (Josh Gorges for example), and is building his team around quality homegrown, drafted talent. It's an efficient way to do business. Ken Holland ... that have helped ... more»
  • Fiji Set Pace: Graham Henry

    13:45 | 7/10/15
    Fiji Sun Online
    They were competitive against all of them, prompting a sparkling review from World Cup-winning former New Zealand coach Graham Henry. more»
  • Pearson Nabs Bears' First MVC Swimmer of the Week Honor

    13:33 | 7/10/15
    Missouri State freshman Josie Pearson has been named the Missouri Valley Conference Swimmer of the Week for her performance at the Show-Me Showdown, the league announced Tuesday, Oct. 6. Stock Photo via Anne Lepesant ... more»
  • Report funded by Pebble questions EPA motives Commercial Fishermen for Bristol ...

    13:33 | 7/10/15
    Cordova Times
    Posted 10/06/2015. by - Margaret Bauman. A lengthy report regarding a proposed large-scale mine near the headwaters of Bristol Bay in Southwest Alaska questions the Environmental Protection Agency's motives in initiating action to restrict discharges ... more»
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