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  1. Japan Post Listing Privatizes Nation's Biggest Consumer BankRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Bloomberg

    Japan 's government plans to split Japan Post Holdings Co. into three listed companies by selling shares to the public in August or later as it privatizes the nation's biggest consumer bank.

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  2. Inflation drive hampered by recession-hobbled economyRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | The Japan Times

    Inflation slowed for a fourth month in November and industrial production and retail sales unexpectedly dropped, based on government data released Friday, pointing to further weakness in an economy Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is trying to revive from recession. Output fell 0.6 percent in November from a month earlier, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry reported, against a median estimate of a 0.8 percent increase in a Bloomberg survey of economists.

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  3. Japan Shares Swing as Investors Weigh Data on Inflation, OutputRead the original story

    Yesterday | Bloomberg

    Japanese shares fluctuated, with the Topix index headed for a weekly advance, as investors assessed data on inflation, industrial output and retail sales. Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group Inc., the country's second-largest lender by market value, gained 1.2 percent after saying it agreed to buy Citigroup Inc.'s Japanese consumer-banking business.

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  4. Craig Schiffer | Ex-Lehman exec, 58Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Philly.com

    Craig Schiffer, 58, who held global leadership roles at Lehman Bros. Holdings Inc., Nomura International and Dresdner Kleinwort during a 35-year career in finance, died Tuesday after being caught in an avalanche while skiing in Grenoble, France, according to his daughter, Jessica Schiffer.

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  5. Ex-Lehman executive dies in avalancheRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 24 | Toledo Blade

    Craig Schiffer, who held global leadership roles at Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc., Nomura International and Dresdner Kleinwort during a 35-year career in finance, has died. He was 58. He died on Dec. 23 after being caught in an avalanche while skiing in the French resort area of Val d'Isere, according to Edwin McGuinn, a former Lehman colleague.

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  6. India's rupee could benefit from oil price slideRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 24 | Times of Oman

    With India importing 80% of its oil needs, the decline in crude prices should allow the government to reduce the deficit in its current account. Photo - file Hong Kong: India's rupee, falling along with the rest of emerging-market currencies as crude oil slides, is poised to advance in 2015 owing to the nation's status as a net importer.

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  7. ABN Amro, Macquarie Avoid Macau Casinos Amid Revenue SlumpRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 21 | Bloomberg

    For five years, Hong Kong investors couldn't go wrong on casinos. Now they're losing more than on any other stocks and money managers from ABN Amro Private Banking to Macquarie Funds Group don't see the slump ending soon.

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  8. Yellen Drives Treasury Gyrations With Pimco Saying More to ComeRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | Bloomberg

    Janet Yellen is sending the world's biggest bond market into gyrations and Pacific Investment Management Co. said there are more to come.

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  9. Japan Stocks Rise a Second Day as Fed Sparks Global RallyRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | Bloomberg

    Japanese stocks jumped for a second day after U.S. equities posted the biggest two-day rally in three years amid rising confidence about the global economic outlook after the Federal Reserve pledged patience on interest rates . All 33 industry groups on the Topix index rose, led by brokerages as Daiwa Securities Group Inc. gained 4.3 percent.

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  10. Asian Stocks Extend Global Rally on Fed as Oil Pares DropRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | Bloomberg

    Asian stocks rose, extending a global surge in equities as the regional index headed for its steepest two-day advance since May. Australian bonds followed Treasuries lower as crude oil clawed back some of yesterday's losses. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index jumped 1 percent by 9:59 a.m. in Tokyo , adding 1.8 percent in two days.

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  11. Top 20 Global Bond Funds Sold in Japan Decline on Russia CrisisRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Bloomberg

    Russia's unfolding crisis upended the 20 biggest international bond funds sold to individuals in Japan yesterday, raising doubts about whether investment managers will be able to secure fresh cash in the near term. Funds invested in Russia sold by Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc. , the nation's biggest bank, and Nikko Asset Management Co.

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  12. Hong Kong Seen Hit by China Slowdown, Fed Move on Rates in 2015Read the original story

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Bloomberg

    With an economy increasingly linked to mainland China yet a monetary policy still tied to the U.S., Hong Kong is set to be squeezed by diverging dynamics in the two nations, compounding challenges posed by political unrest. The U.S. Federal Reserve yesterday reinforced forecasts for higher interest rates next year, a move that would typically prompt Hong Kong to raise its borrowing costs.

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  13. SINGAPORE: Asian stock markets take a hit as oil prices fall to new 5-year lowRead the original story

    Monday Dec 15 | Asia News Network

    Stock markets across Asia suffered a bad case of the Monday blues as oil prices dropped to a fresh five-year low yesterday, dragging down energy stocks and spurring fears that the global economy is weakening. The heightened volatility in markets worldwide could make December a roller-coaster month for investors, analysts said.

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  14. China growth seen slowing from rail to retailRead the original story

    Monday Dec 15 | Buenos Aires Herald

    China's residential building boom is petering out, with the effects seen from slumping steel and cement prices, to electricity use, rail-freight traffic and retail sales. The drag will be long lasting with home completions set to fall by one to three percent annually from next year to 2025 after almost tripling in 13 years, according to Beijing-based research company Gavekal Dragonomics.

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  15. SET dives 9% before paring of lossesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Bangkok Post

    The Stock Exchange of Thailand's index took a sharp dip early in the afternoon session before rebounding to close down 2.41% or 36.46 points to 1,478.49 on Monday. At 3pm, the index started sinking fast to hit the day's low of 1,375.99, down 9.17% from Friday's close at 1,514.95.

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  16. Thailand's shares plunge 7%Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Bangkok Post

    Thailand's benchmark stock index headed for its biggest loss in 11 months as energy companies slumped on a rout in crude and investors speculated this year's rally was excessive relative to earnings prospects. As of 3.22pm, the SET Index plunged 7.18% to 1,406.00, the most since Oct 2011.

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  17. Thai Shares Plunge Most Since 2008 as Energy Shares Lead LossesRead the original story

    Monday Dec 15 | Bloomberg

    Thailand 's benchmark stock index headed for its biggest loss since October 2008 as energy companies slumped on a rout in crude and investors speculated this year's rally was excessive relative to earnings prospects. The SET Index sank as much as 9.2 percent before paring losses to 5 percent at 3:40 p.m. in Bangkok.

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  18. Nomura appoints new CEO for EMEARead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Business News

    Nomura has announced that Jonathan Lewis has been appointed Chief Executive Officer for Europe, Middle East and Africa, subject to regulatory approval. Since joining Nomura in 2008, Lewis has held various senior positions within the company, including the past three years based in Tokyo as Co-Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Nomura Holdings.

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  19. Nomura Appoints New EMEA Chief ExecutiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Wall Street Journal

    The Japanese bank said it has appointed Jonathan Lewis as its chief executive officer for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, replacing Jeremy Bennett who stepped down unexpectedly last month after just 18 months in the job. Mr Lewis, who has been with Nomura since 2008, has for the past three years been co-deputy chief financial officer for Nomura Holdings Mr. Lewis's appointment is the latest in a series of top management changes at the Japanese investment bank's London-based operations following its purchase of Lehman Brothers's European arm after the Wall Street bank's collapse.

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  20. MOVES-Nomura exec Lewis promoted to head EMEA operationsRead the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | Reuters

    Nomura Holdings said it appointed its co-deputy CFO Jonathan Lewis as CEO of the company's operations in Europe, Middle East and Africa. Lewis, who joined Nomura in 2008 and was based in Tokyo for the past three years, will replace Jeremy Bennett, who resigned 18 months after taking the role to pursue opportunities in charity.

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