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Asian Shares Go North After Leaders Back Easy Money

Asian Shares Go North After Leaders Back Easy Money

Asian shares went up on October 16 after finance leaders appealed to International Monetary Fund (IMF) during the weekend to continue its policies of minimal interest rates. This move will help various countries to continue their economic recoveries..

Smartphones to be Produced in India

Smartphones to be Produced in India

India has been growing an interest in developing smartphones but is up in the air right now since there is a lack of skilled labor and suppliers as well as a complex tax regime. Under the slogan ‘Make in India’, the Prime Minister aims t..

Morgan Stanley Fined $13 Million by FINRA

Morgan Stanley Fined $13 Million by FINRA

 On Monday, Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) was ordered by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) to pay $13 million in fines and restitution to clients for inadequately supervising certain short term trades. Between January 2012 an..

Younited Credit Stumps Up $47.8 million

Younited Credit Stumps Up $47.8 million

Younited Credit is creating the world's largest crowdfunding platform inside continental Europe. The French startup has raised about $47.8 million. The money will be used to launch their products in a number of new countries. The cash will enabl..

Procter & Gamble Faces Board Seat Fight from Trian

Procter & Gamble Faces Board Seat Fight from Trian

Nelson Peltz’s Trian Fund Management is launching a proxy fight against Procter & Gamble Co. (NYSE: PG).According to a regulatory filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday, Trian is seeking a seat for Peltz on P&..

Elliott Management Considering $18.5 Billion Deal With Oncor

Elliott Management Considering $18.5 Billion Deal With Oncor

The largest creditor of the bankrupt parent of Oncor Electric Delivery Co, Elliott Management, said it was putting together an offer that values the utility at about $18.5 billion, including debt.On Friday, Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway (..

After Stocks, It's Now Bonds That China Will Push For Global Approval

After Stocks, It's Now Bonds That China Will Push For Global Approval

China has been working hard to open its markets to the global investors and the Asian economy has been making big strides in this direction already. The move to get its stocks to feature in the key market benchmarks has already been a resounding suc..