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  1. UPDATE 2-Naver says held back Line IPO to further build businessRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Reuters

    Naver Corp held off on an IPO for its Line Corp unit on the belief that the messaging app operator can command a better valuation by further building its revenue and profit, Naver's chief financial officer told Reuters on Tuesday. South Korea-based Naver said on Monday that it does not plan an initial public offering for Line this year, dashing market expectations for a deal that one banking source has said could value Japan-based Line at $10 billion-$20 billion.

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  2. UPDATE 2-Naver says held back Line IPO to further build businessRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Reuters

    Naver Corp held off on an IPO for its Line Corp unit on the belief that the messaging app operator can command a better valuation by further building its revenue and profit, Naver's chief financial officer told Reuters on Tuesday. South Korea-based Naver said on Monday that it does not plan an initial public offering for Line this year, dashing market expectations for a deal that one banking source has said could value Japan-based Line at $10 billion-$20 billion.

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  3. SADIF Analytics releases new summary due diligence report for...Read the original story

    9 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    Ilhavo, Portugal - SADIF Investment Analytics, announces a new summary due diligence report covering Brookfield Asset Management Inc. . The report uses SADIF's powerful StockMarks stock rating system and contains important analysis for any current or potential Brookfield Asset Management Inc. investor.

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  4. UPDATE 4-Ultrasonic CEO resurfaces in China, denies taking off with cashRead the original story

    Yesterday | Reuters

    The missing chief executive of embattled German-listed Chinese shoe maker Ultrasonic AG has resurfaced in China to deny absconding with millions of dollars of company money, telling local media he had been travelling and lost his phone. CEO Wu Qingyong, who was dismissed last week after his abrupt disappearance, separately told an Ultrasonic executive he would return to the company and give back any funds, the firm said in a statement on Monday.

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  5. Credit Suisse Said to Hire New Asia Capital Introductions HeadRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    Credit Suisse Group AG, Asia's second-largest prime broker by share of assets, hired Aditi Velakacharla to head a team linking potential investors with Asian hedge funds, said two people with knowledge of the matter. Velakacharla, who resigned from Nomura Holdings Inc. recently, is expected to start in Hong Kong in November, the people said, asking not to be identified as the information is not yet public.

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  6. Abe's 49-Nation Tour Brings Emerging Samurai Sales: Japan CreditRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's record 49-nation world tour has brought emerging-market bonds to hungry investors, with a Japanese government-guaranteed Samurai sale this month by Turkey and plans by Tunisia and Kenya. Turkey issued 100 billion yen of Samurai notes due 2024 on Sept.

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  7. Choi Urges Bank of Korea Harmony With Government for EconomyRead the original story

    Friday Sep 19 | Bloomberg

    South Korea Finance Minister Choi Kyung Hwan urged the central bank to support Asia 's fourth-biggest economy, saying it's important for monetary policy to be in "harmony" with government efforts to boost growth. "The Bank of Korea probably shares many of our views regarding the Korean economy," Choi, 59, said in an interview today in Cairns, Australia where he is attending a meeting of finance and central bank chiefs from Group of 20 economies.

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  8. Colombia Buoyed by U.S. Outperforming as China Sales SlowRead the original story

    Friday Sep 19 | Bloomberg

    Exports of flowers to the U.S. and fuels to India are buffering Colombia from a slowdown in Chinese growth that is hurting the Andean country's neighbors. Colombia's $380 billion economy expanded 4.3 percent in the second quarter from a year earlier, more than twice the pace of neighbors Chile and Peru , whose economies have been undercut by falling metals prices amid cooling demand from China .

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  9. Singapore hedge fund challenges Japan regulator over insider chargeRead the original story

    Friday Sep 19 | Reuters

    A small Singapore-based hedge fund accused of insider trading in Japan is disputing the charge, the latest financial institution to brave the odds and challenge the regulator in an attempt to stave off damage to its reputation. Last year, Japan's Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission accused MAM Pte of acting on an insider tip about a share offering by Nippon Sheet Glass and demanded the hedge fund pay a penalty of 8 million yen .

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  10. Modi's $53 billion Xi-Abe windfall hinges on red tape warRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | Thanh Nein News

    Narendra Modi, India's prime minister, right, and Xi Jinping, China's president, attend a meeting to sign a series of agreements between the two nations at Hyderabad House in New Delhi, India, on Sept. 18, 2014.

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  11. Unsecured Nomura-backed loan, missing CEO add red flags to China lendingRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 18 | Business Times

    The loan was unsecured in keeping with regulations in China at the time it was structured. Nomura, a Japanese bank, and its partner banks, however, felt they had done their homework.

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  12. Asia Stocks Outside Japan Decline After Fed; Topix Surges on YenRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 18 | The Washington Post

    Asian stocks outside Japan fell after the Federal Reserve raised its estimates for interest rates. Japan's Topix index jumped to close at a six-year high on a weaker yen.

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  13. UBS in $1.4 Billion Test of French Tax-Evasion CrackdownRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 18 | The Washington Post

    UBS AG, the world's biggest manager of money for the rich, has become the test case for French President Francois Hollande's tax-evasion crackdown. The Swiss bank is set to learn from a Paris appeals court on Sept.

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  14. Fitch Affirms Ratings on Nomura and DaiwaRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 17 | Reuters

    TOKYO/HONG KONG/SINGAPORE, September 18 Fitch Ratings has affirmed the Long-Term and Short-Term Issuer Default Ratings of Nomura Holdings, Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiaries, Nomura Securities Co., Ltd. and Nomura Financial Products & Services, Inc. at 'A-/F1'. Fitch has also affirmed the Long-Term and Short-Term IDRs of Daiwa Securities Group Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary, Daiwa Securities Co.

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  15. China injects liquidity to oil the wheelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 17 | Iol.co.za

    The People's Bank of China in Beijing has embarked on an extension of credit to the country's five largest banks for a three-month period in a bid to boost liquidity as growth slows. Photo: Reuters China's central bank, the People's Bank of China, has joined its European counterpart in boosting liquidity to address weakening growth.

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  16. MOVES-Nomura names new head of investment banking in Indonesia -memoRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 17 | Reuters

    Nomura Holdings Inc has named Kartadjaja Intan as its new head of investment banking in Indonesia, the Japan-based firm said in an internal memo seen by Reuters on Thursday.

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  17. Most Asian Stocks Rise as Topix Jumps on Weaker Yen After FedRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 17 | The Washington Post

    Most Asian stocks rose as Japan's Topix index jumped toward a six-year high on a weaker yen after the Federal Reserve raised its estimates for interest rates. Honda Motor Co., a Japanese carmaker that gets 47 percent of its revenue in North America, rose 1.7 percent.

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  18. Cash injection to fight slowdownRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 17 | The Standard

    China's central bank joined its European counterpart in boosting liquidity to address weakening growth, underscoring a divergence in direction among the world's biggest economies as the US reduces stimulus. The People's Bank of China is injecting 500 billion yuan into the nation's largest banks, according to a government official, signaling the deepest concern yet with an economic slowdown.

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  19. China Joins ECB in Adding Stimulus as Fed Scales Back: EconomyRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 17 | The Washington Post

    China's central bank joined its European counterpart in boosting liquidity to address weakening growth, underscoring a divergence in direction among the world's biggest economies as the U.S. reduces stimulus. The People's Bank of China is injecting 500 billion yuan into the nation's largest banks, according to a government official familiar with the matter, signaling the deepest concern yet with an economic slowdown.

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  20. Fed Bringing Stock Turbulence to Traders as VIX ClimbsRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 16 | Bloomberg

    As investors try to decode the Federal Reserve 's next step, options traders are betting that regardless of what happens, it'll be a rocky ride for stocks. Expectations for future price swings have jumped in the past month, with the Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index rising 11 percent since Aug. 22 to 12.73.

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