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  • 1y
    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope
    Raytheon traded up and so I am long at 148.51.
    1y
    vanita vanita
    Sir what about us cocoa commodity? Should it time for long.
    1y
    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope
    Not yet..techs look poor.

    Could be weak until 1800
  • Editor’s Picks / 29 July 2016 at 0:33 GMT

    India, ASEAN gain appeal as wary Japanese firms turn away from China

    Nikkei Asian Review
    Japanese companies no longer see China as a top destination for investment, and are turning to India and ASEAN for growth, according to a joint survey by Nikkei Inc and the Center for Strategic and International Studies. A combination of China's slower growth and aggressive national security policies has dented the Japanese appetite to invest in the world's most populous nation. Since its accession to the WTO in 2001, China has been the top desitnation Japanese foreign direct investment in Asia, except for 2013, when Thailand briefly overtook it. However, when asked which emerging economy their company would invest in today, 50% said India and 38% said ASEAN, while only 4% of respondents named China.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 25 July 2016 at 5:35 GMT

    Beijing's apparent push to divide ASEAN bears fruit

    Nikkei Asian Review
    Southeast Asian foreign ministers failed to issue a communique after a meeting amid conflict over how to respond to a tribunal's denial of Chinese claims in the South China Sea, with their inaction indicating that Beijing's strategy of sowing division is bearing fruit. A draft statement urged absolute respect for the law regarding the resolution of the South China Sea dispute – a clear shot across China's bow. Nearly all ASEAN countries agreed to this version including not only the Philippines and Vietnam, but also Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia. But Cambodia demanded that all language critical of China be stricken from the statement. This threw the talks into disarray. Beijing seems to be using Cambodia to drive a wedge into the alliance.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 22 July 2016 at 0:05 GMT

    Erdogan's anti-Western backlash strains ties with EU, US

    The Straits Times
    US Defence Secretary Ash Carter has reiterated his country's strong commitment to Turkey in the aftermath of a failed coup which has raised question marks about the bonds between the two nations. “Turkey has been a strong ally for decades,” Carter said, “and the relationship remains very strong”. But with a third of Turkey's armed forces' top brass under arrest and the purge of judges, lecturers and civil servants reaching 60,000, nobody in Washington or Europe's capitals believes Turkey's relations with its allies can remain unaltered. The anti-Western backlash in Turkey is in full swing, and appears to be led by President Recep Erdogan. Both the US and European governments are desperate to avoid criticising Turkey. But patience with the Turks is wearing thin.
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  • 2y
    Tepord Tepord
    Не помогло...
    2y
    Tepord Tepord
    Now, the government needs money again. Even if it sells almost a fifth of Rosneft, though -- worth about $11 billion today -- Moscow would still be...
  • Editor’s Picks / 12 June 2016 at 23:19 GMT

    Casualty count rises in America's worst mass shooting

    The Guardian
    At least 50 people have been killed in the worst mass shooting in US history after a gunman opened fire and took hostages inside a gay nightclub in Florida. Police initially said about 20 people had been killed and 42 injured in the attack, but later revised the toll up to 50 dead and 53 hospitalised. The gunman was killed during a shootout with police as they broke into the nightclub to rescue 30 people held hostage there.
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  • 2y
    buelte buelte
    Great stuff !!! Only disappointment is to hear that you where in Paris and i didn't have the chance meeting you there. To illustrate your example regarding...
    2y
    Per Jenster Per Jenster
    Me too....
    2y
    doretta blake doretta blake
    Steen , please keep in touch Doretta Blake , i really need to speak to ypu and see how the family is doing.
    doroga23@optonline.net.
  • Editor’s Picks / 08 June 2016 at 2:12 GMT

    China and US agree to tackle steel glut

    South China Morning Post
    China has pledged to rein in excess steel output and work with the US to enforce sanctions against North Korea, but there was no progress on the simmering tensions in the South China Sea. The pledge was made as China and the United States wrapped up their two-day annual Strategic and Economic Dialogue, labelled by officials as the most productive in years despite disagreements on many issues. On the plus side, Beijing agreed to try to curb excess steel production, avoid competitive devaluations of the yuan and wind down unprofitable “zombie enterprises”.
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