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  1. Nippon Sheet Glass Sues Daiwa, Underwriter of 2010 SaleRead the original story

    Yesterday | Bloomberg

    Hiroya Tanaka, a spokesman for Nippon Sheet, said a lawsuit was filed last month, declining to comment further. A spokeswoman for the Tokyo District Court confirmed the suit was filed, without elaborating.

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  2. Nippon Sheet Glass Sues Daiwa, Underwriter of 2010 Share SaleRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    Nippon Sheet Glass Co. said it sued Daiwa Securities Group Inc.'s brokerage unit, which managed a share sale by the Japanese glassmaker in 2010.

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  3. Samsung execs set to pay for profit slumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New Zealand Herald

    Apple's release in September of new large-screen iPhones has eaten into the market that Samsung pioneered. Photo / Getty.

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  4. Nikkei rises on Wall St, China's easing; Sony soars on mid-term planRead the original story

    Monday | Reuters

    Sony Corp jumped 6.2 percent to a 3 1/2-year high and was the fourth-most traded stock by turnover after it said it expects revenue for its electronic devices division to rise by up to 69 percent over the next three years. JPMorgan raised its rating on Sony to 'overweight' from 'neutral', saying that bad news about its mobile phone and TV businesses was already priced in, and its gaming and network services operation was expected to generate sustainable profits.

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  5. Samsung Mobile Executives Set to Pay for Profit Slump in RevampRead the original story

    Monday Nov 24 | The Washington Post

    Leaders of Samsung Electronics Co.' s mobile-phone unit may be replaced as the controlling Lee family tries to revive a business where profits slumped by $4.5 billion as upstart Chinese vendors won market share.

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  6. Samsung Mobile Executives Set to Pay for Slumping EarningsRead the original story

    Monday Nov 24 | The Washington Post

    Samsung Group's first management restructure since family patriarch Lee Kun Hee's heart attack is set to focus on the executives leading the world's biggest smartphone business as earnings slump and market share shrinks. The annual changes, which South Korea's biggest business conglomerate will announce next month, are the first with heir apparent Lee Jae Yong overseeing the revamp since his father was hospitalized in May. The moves are the latest twist at the Samsung empire that spans from appliances and insurance to military weapons as the controlling Lee family tries to revive growth and hand over power to a new generation.

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  7. Brazil's new economic team to cut spendingRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 23 | Buenos Aires Herald

    Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's new, still unconfirmed economic team is preparing budget cuts for 2015 that will be announced this week, Brazilian newspapers reported yesterday. Citing an unnamed aide to the president, Folha de Sao Paulo said that the measures would be unveiled along with the names of Rousseff's new Finance minister and other cabinet members at some point this week.

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  8. Samsung Mobile Executives Set to Pay Price in OverhaulRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 23 | Bloomberg

    Samsung Group 's first management restructure since family patriarch Lee Kun Hee's heart attack is set to focus on the executives leading the world's biggest smartphone business as earnings slump and market share shrinks. The annual changes, which South Korea 's biggest business conglomerate will announce next month, are the first with heir apparent Lee Jae Yong calling the shots since his father was hospitalized in May. The moves are the latest twist at the Samsung empire that spans from appliances and insurance to military weapons as the controlling Lee family tries to revive growth and hand over power to a new generation.

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  9. Alibaba Sells $8 Billion of Bonds at Lower Premium in First SaleRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | The Washington Post

    Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. raised $8 billion in its first sale of bonds at yields that were lower than originally offered after investors submitted orders of at least $57 billion to the e-commerce company. "The premium we see associated with Chinese companies is absent in this case," Dorian Garay, a New York-based money manager for the global investment-grade debt fund at ING Investment Management, said in a telephone interview.

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  10. Distressed Debt in China? Ain?t Seen Nothing, DAC SaysRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | The Washington Post

    Bad debts in China are well underestimated because authorities persist in propping up weak companies and bailing out local investors, according to DAC Management LLC. The Chicago-based asset management and advisory firm, which focuses on distressed credit and special situations in China, says the worst is yet to come, and that means lots of opportunities for the world's biggest distressed debt traders. Nonperforming loans at Chinese banks jumped by the most since 2005 in the third quarter to 766.9 billion yuan , official statistics released earlier this month showed.

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  11. Alibaba said to get $43 billion of orders in debut bond offeringRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Daily Herald

    Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. has $43 billion of orders from investors in a debut bond offering, more than five times what the company was said to be seeking, people with knowledge of the deal said. Asia's biggest Internet company plans to sell the debt in a seven-part transaction as soon as today, said the people , who asked not to be identified because the details are private.

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  12. Alibaba Sells $8 Billion of Bonds at Lower Premium in Debut SaleRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | The Washington Post

    Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. sold $8 billion of bonds in its debut sale at yields that were lower than originally offered after the Chinese e-commerce company got at least $57 billion of orders from investors. "The premium we see associated with Chinese companies is absent in this case," Dorian Garay, a New York-based money manager for the global investment-grade debt fund at ING Investment Management, said in a telephone interview.

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  13. China Factory Gauge at 6-Month Low Bolsters Easing Case: EconomyRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | The Washington Post

    A Chinese factory gauge fell to a six-month low in November, adding to signs broader stimulus is needed to halt a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy. The preliminary Purchasing Managers' Index from HSBC Holdings Plc and Markit Economics was at 50.0, below the median estimate of 50.2 in a Bloomberg News survey and lower than last month's 50.4. Numbers above 50 indicate expansion.

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  14. Alibaba Said to Prepare Inaugural Bond Sale as Soon as TodayRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | The Washington Post

    Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. is marketing its inaugural bond issue and may price the notes as soon as today, people with knowledge of the matter said. Asia's biggest Internet company plans to sell the debt in a seven-part offering and already has some $20 billion of orders from U.S. investors, the people said, asking not to be identified because the details are private.

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  15. Distressed Debt in China? Ain?t Seen Nothing Yet, Buyers SayRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 19 | The Washington Post

    Bad debts in China are well underestimated because authorities persist in propping up weak companies and bailing out local investors, according to DAC Management LLC. The Chicago-based asset management and advisory firm, which focuses on distressed credit and special situations in China, says the worst is yet to come, and that means lots of opportunities for the world's biggest distressed debt traders. Nonperforming loans at Chinese banks jumped by the most since 2005 in the third quarter to 766.9 billion yuan , official statistics released earlier this month showed.

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  16. Distressed Debt in China? You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet, Buyers SayRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Bloomberg

    Bad debts in China are well underestimated because authorities persist in propping up weak companies and bailing out local investors, according to DAC Management LLC . The Chicago-based asset management and advisory firm, which focuses on distressed credit and special situations in China, says the worst is yet to come, and that means lots of opportunities for the world's biggest distressed debt traders.

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  17. Nomura Said To Win Mortgage Auction, Despite Traders' AbsenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | American Banker

    The New York unit of Japanese securities firm Nomura Holdings may be three traders short after reportedly placing them on leave, but the firm is said to have muscled away a large auction held yesterday.

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  18. U.S. Clashes With Japan's Takata on National Air-Bag RecallRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 18 | The Washington Post

    The U.S. government demanded automakers expand recalls involving faulty Takata Corp. air bags, prompting pushback by the Japanese supplier, which said problems with the devices were limited to humid areas. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration yesterday called for Takata and 10 automakers to repair all cars nationwide with potentially defective driver's side air bags.

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  19. Abe Calls Snap Election, Bank Of Japan Affirms QE: Buy FinancialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Barron's

    A day after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called a snap election to seek mandate for his Abenomics , the Bank of Japan re-affirmed its commitment to expand the monetary base at an annual pace of 80 trillion yen. Members at Japan's central bank are more in sync this time, voting 8-1 in favor , versus the split decision of 5-4 when the bank launched the surprise QE on Halloween .

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  20. Japan's Topix Gains After Abe Shelves Tax Raise, Calls ElectionRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 18 | The Washington Post

    Japan's Topix index rose after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe postponed a planned sales-tax increase, called a snap election and ordered his ministers to start preparing a stimulus package. Brokerages gained the most among the Topix's 33 industry groups, with Nomura Holdings Inc. jumping 2.3 percent.

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