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  1. Nomura Boosts Graduate Hiring With SMBC Nikko Amid Stock RallyRead the original story

    43 min ago | The Washington Post

    Nomura Holdings Inc. and SMBC Nikko Securities Inc. accelerated hiring of university graduates this year as a stock-market rally brightens prospects for Japanese securities firms. Nomura recruited 600 school-leavers for its main brokerage arm, a 20 percent increase from a year earlier, said Kenji Yamashita, a spokesman for Japan's biggest securities company.

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  2. Asian Stocks Rise Before U.S. Payrolls; Dollar Holds GainRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Bloomberg

    Asian stocks rose, trimming the regional index's first weekly drop since the end of January, while the dollar maintained gains before data on the U.S. jobs market. Oil in New York climbed, extending its gains in the week.

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  3. Japan Stocks Rise as ECB Steps Up Stimulus, Before U.S. PayrollsRead the original story

    1 hr ago | The Washington Post

    Japanese shares rose, led by precision instrument makers, as the yen held losses against the dollar ahead of a U.S. payrolls report and after the European Central Bank committed to begin asset purchases. Sekisui House Ltd. gained 2.6 percent after saying it will buy back as much as 20 billion yen of shares.

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  4. JPMorgan ranks more of its mutual funds in the top than Morningstar, LipperRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | InvestmentNews

    Firm's analysis shows 85% of fixed-income funds with 10-year records rank in top half of their categories; 83% of stock funds Last month at JPMorgan Chase's 2015 investor day - where executives discuss results for the previous year in front of analysts and shareholders - the bank displayed impressive numbers for the performance of its mutual funds. Pie charts in the asset management unit's presentation showed the percentage of money invested in funds that ranked in the top half of their categories: In fixed-income funds with 10-year records, the figure was 85%; for stock funds with 10-year records, it was 83%.

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  5. Euro Drops to Weakest Since 2003 as ECB to Start Bond PurchasesRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | News Max

    The euro fell to the lowest level in more than 11 years as European Central Bank President Mario Draghi unveiled details of sovereign-debt purchases designed to increase inflation and restore economic growth. The shared currency dropped for a sixth day, the longest slide in more than a year, as Draghi said the ECB will start buying bonds next week and include debt with negative yields.

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  6. We Tried to Re-Create JPMorgan's Mutual Fund Returns and Gave UpRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Last month at JPMorgan Chase's 2015 investor day-where executives discuss results for the previous year in front of analysts and shareholders-the bank displayed impressive numbers for the performance of its mutual funds. Pie charts in the asset management unit's presentation showed the percentage of money invested in funds that ranked in the top half of their categories: In fixed-income funds with 10-year records, the figure was 85 percent; for stock funds with 10-year records, it was 83 percent.

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  7. Deutsche Bank Risking More to Earn Less Shows Jain's ChallengeRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Bloomberg

    Deutsche Bank AG earns less than most global rivals when accounting for the risks it's taking, putting pressure on management to slash jobs and businesses. Germany's largest bank needs to cut costs by as much as 2 billion euros , or about 7 percent, and shrink its debt-trading operations to bolster returns, according to analysts at Macquarie Group Ltd. and Nomura Holdings Inc. Co-Chief Executive Officers Anshu Jain and Juergen Fitschen have sought to keep a full-fledged investment bank and consumer-lending unit since taking over in 2012, even as rising capital requirements hurt profitability.

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  8. China lowers growth target to 7 per centRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

    China's government has vowed to move away from expansion at all costs as it tries to clean up the nation's environment and control a debt surge. China set the lowest economic growth target in more than 15 years as leaders tackle the side effects of a generation-long expansion that has spurred corruption, fueled debt risks and polluted skies and rivers.

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  9. Asian Stocks Fall From Six-Month High as Telecom Companies SlideRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Washington Post

    Asian stocks fell from a six-month high, tracking declines in European and U.S. equities, as telecom companies led losses. Japan's Topix index retreated from its highest since 2007 as the yen held gains against the dollar.

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  10. Japan Stocks Fall on Yen, Following U.S., Europe Equities LowerRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Washington Post

    Japanese stocks fell, with metal product makers and insurers leading the Topix index to its first decline in five days, as the yen held gains against the dollar and equity gauges from the U.S. to Europe dropped. Sumco Corp. plunged 13 percent to slide most on the Topix Metal Products Index after the wafer maker announced plans to sell shares.

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  11. U.S. Stocks Fall From Records; Metals Sink While Crude ReboundsRead the original story

    Tuesday | The Washington Post

    U.S. stocks fell, with benchmark indexes retreating from record highs, as car and technology shares slipped. European equities slid before the release of details on economic stimulus, while metals sank and crude oil rallied.

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  12. U.S. Stocks Fall From Records, Dollar Retreats; Crude Oil GainsRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 3 | The Washington Post

    U.S. stocks fell, with the Nasdaq Composite Index dropping below 5,000, as auto and technology shares retreated. European equities slid before details on central-bank stimulus, while Brent crude rallied.

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  13. Topix Rises a Fourth Day Led by Japan Drugmakers, Food ProducersRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 3 | The Washington Post

    Japan's Topix index rose for a fourth day as gains by drugmakers and food producers countered a drop by steel companies and financial shares. Ono Pharmaceutical Co.

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  14. Japan high-school graduates seeing hottest job market since 1996Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Business Times

    Job offers haven't been this good for Japan's high-school graduates since at least 1996, in another sign of a tightening job market as a result of the shrinking population. [TOKYO] Job offers haven't been this good for Japan's high-school graduates since at least 1996, in another sign of a tightening job market as a result of the shrinking population.

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  15. Obscure stock pick puts ChaseSS in 1stRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Toledo Blade

    When teacher Luke McKinley was advising his Chase STEM Academy students on preparing for The Blade School Stock Contest, he told them to have fun and do their best. Most students, he said, don't have a lot of insights into the stock market, but the class found a few websites that recommended some stocks with potential.

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  16. These Grads Are Seeing the Hottest Job Market Since 1996Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Bloomberg

    Job offers haven't been this good for Japan's high-school graduates since at least 1996, in another sign of a tightening job market as a result of the shrinking population. The offers are helping boost prospects for a generation that grew up during the lost decades, and is one bright spot amid limited gains in wages .

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  17. Japan Stocks Swing as Drugmakers Rise, Financial Shares DropRead the original story

    Monday Mar 2 | The Washington Post

    Japanese stocks swung between gains and losses as a drop by steel companies and financial shares countered an advance by drugmakers and food producers. Sharp Corp. tumbled 6.3 percent after a report it plans to sell shares and seek investment from key lenders.

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  18. Japan Stocks Rise as Weaker Yen, U.S. Spending Boost ExportersRead the original story

    Monday Mar 2 | The Washington Post

    Japanese stocks rose for a fourth day as the yen maintained losses and U.S. consumer spending increased, boosting the outlook for exporters to the world's biggest economy. Alps Electric Co.

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  19. Goldman Said to Cut Singapore Investment Bank Jobs by 30%Read the original story

    Monday Mar 2 | The Washington Post

    Ruben Bhagobati, Goldman Sachs's head of Southeast Asia mergers and acquisitions, and Singapore-based managing director Antoine Izard are among those departing the firm, according to the people. About 15 people are leaving or have left the investment-banking team in Singapore since the beginning of January, the people said, asking not to be identified discussing confidential information.

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  20. Japan Stocks Rise as Yen Weakens, Investors Weigh China Rate CutRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 1 | The Washington Post

    Japanese stocks rose as the yen fell for a third day and investors weighed an interest-rate cut by China amid signs the world's second-biggest economy is weakening. Nintendo Co., which tumbled as much as 11 percent this year, gained 1.5 percent today to support gains on the Topix Other Products Index.

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