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SE Asian stocks mostly firmer

September 10, 2013
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Most Southeast Asian stock markets traded firmer  yesterday with Thailand and Indonesia gaining strongly on positive investor sentiment helped by China’s upbeat export data and hopes that the US central bank would delay or be less aggressive in tapering its monthly bond purchases.

Indonesian firms get $6.5B in

by Reuters on September 10, 2013
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HONG KONG- Indonesian companies have raised US$6.5 billion  of offshore syndicated loans to date despite concern over the country’s slowing economy. This is already 23% higher than 2012’s full-year volume and volume could pass US$8bn with several deals in the pipeline.

Swiss Re sees stable natural

by Reuters on September 10, 2013
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ZURICH - Swiss Re expects natural catastrophe pricing rates to stabilise in 2014 after a decline this year, with demand for the cover doubling by 2020 in high-growth markets.

Glitch hits Nasdaq system at

by Reuters on September 06, 2013
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Investors pull out $7.7B from

by Reuters on September 06, 2013
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by Reuters on September 06, 2013
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The Philippine stock market is underperforming its peers with the Philippine Stock Exchange index down 9.11 points to close at 5,959.22, a 0.15 percent drop.

Samsung, Qualcomm into smartw

by Reuters on September 06, 2013
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US banks rush into high-grade

by Malaya Admin on July 29, 2013
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US banks came to the capital markets in full force on Monday, issuing more than US$7.525bn of bonds in the senior unsecured, subordinated and perpetual preferred markets – with still more new issua

Brent hovers above $108

by Malaya Admin on July 29, 2013
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SINGAPORE - Brent crude futures hovered above $108 on Tuesday, buoyed by a weaker dollar as investors waited for U.S.

Wall St reshapes commodities b

by Malaya Admin on July 29, 2013
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NEW YORK  - Wall Street's most powerful banks have accelerated efforts to transform the structure and focus of their commodity trading desks to preserve their multibillion-dollar empires from tight


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