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Forex Exchange Morning Report

Markets were quiet during the US and UK holidays. Those that did remain open showed prices little changed. The Shanghai Composite closed down 0.1%, while the Eurostoxx 50 closed down 0.2%. S&P500 futures traded until late Europe and were little changed. Uncertainty regarding a Greek restructure as well as the

Forex Exchange Morning Report

The markets closed the week in a risk seeking mood. A meeting of G8 leaders said the global economy was strengthening, helping investor confi dence. US data was as expected for personal spending, beat consensus for consumer confi dence, but missed estimates for pending home sales. The S&P500 closed up

Fears of US Slowdown Overdone

US non-farm payrolls (May): The recent patch of soft US activity data has raised the significance of Friday's report, as payroll employment is an important coincident indicator of economic activity and will provide a crucial guide to output growth in the quarter. Given this, together with the fact that it

Doom Versus Gloom

Despite starting the week on a weak footing, the euro managed for the most part to hold its ground this week. After falling below 1.40 at times on Monday, EUR-USD rebounded to around 1.4230 at the end of the week. As regards the major global currencies, however, investors seem increasingly

Can bad credit cost you your job?

Have you been paying your bills on time? With more employers carrying out pre-employment credit checks, a bad credit history can damage your employment prospects. Recently, more and more employers are mandating credit checks from Credit Bureau (Singapore) before offering job applicants a position. For instance the Casino Regulatory Authority requires applicants of its special employee license to ... more

Value of buyout firms’ sales hits record

SELLING mania by private equity firms has extended into the second quarter, with buyout exits hitting a fresh high in value terms. This also comes amid the funds' anxiety to draw in new monies from investors by showing off returns from deals wrapped up in the boom times of 2005 through to 2007. The total value of companies sold by buyout firms in April and May stood at US$85 billion, already beati... more
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