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Aussie Near 5 1/2-Year Low Before CPI; Dollar Holds Euro Drop
La Repubblica - 48 Minutes ago
(Bloomberg) -- Australia’s dollar traded within one cent of a 5 1/2-year low before a report forecast to show consumer prices rose at the slowest pace since mid-2012. The U.S. currency held its biggest
Aussie Near 5 1/2-Year Low Before CPI; Singapore Dollar Tumbles BusinessWeek
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Are global brands throwing in the towel in Singapore?
CNBC - 61 Minutes ago
As Singapore's cut-throat retail scene pushes companies to their limits, a number of international retailers are whittling down or completely shuttering their store space in the city-state. This month,
Global retailers face challenge in Singapore CNBC
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Singapore Dollar Slumps Most in 3 Years on Easing of Monetary Policy
Bloomberg - 35 Minutes ago
Singapore’s central bank unexpectedly eased monetary policy, joining global policy makers in acting to support their economies as inflation dwindles. The currency headed for the biggest slide in almost
Singapore Joins Global Wave of Monetary Easing After Prices Fall Bisnis Indonesia
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Nasdaq Futures Jump on Apple While Singapore Dollar Sinks
BusinessWeek - 39 Minutes ago
U.S. index futures climbed as Apple Inc. and Yahoo! Inc. Nasdaq 100 Index futures increased 0.6 percent by 9:33 a.m. in Tokyo, as Apple, the biggest stock on the gauge, traded more than 5 percent above
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Philippines bloodbath: was one of last major Jemaah Islamiyah leaders killed? (+video)
Christian Science Monitor - 54 Minutes ago
Government soldiers gestured to motorists Tuesday at a checkpoint along a national highway in Sultan Barongis town, Maguindanao Province. More than 40 Special Action Force commandos were killed and 12
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Indonesia's Military Halts AirAsia Jet Recovery Effort
Digital Chosun - 80 Minutes ago
Indonesia scaled down search and recovery efforts Jan. 27 for the bodies and wreckage of an AirAsia passenger jet that crashed last month as the military pulled out from the operation, navy officials
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Philippine govt-MILF peace panels to meet in KL
TheStar.com.my - 44 Minutes ago
MANILA: A dark cloud hangs over the special meeting between the peace panels of the Philippine government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) in Kuala Lumpur following the deadly clash between
Gov’t-MILF peace panels to meet in Kuala Lumpur Philippine Daily Inquirer
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Singapore Bourse Poised To Turn Lower Again
RTTNews.com - 80 Minutes ago
The Singapore stock market turned higher again on Tuesday, one session after it had snapped the five-day winning streak in which it had advanced more than 110 points or 3.6 percent. The Straits Times
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Mercy concert for Bali Nine ringleaders
Sydney Morning Herald - 44 Minutes ago
Some of Australia's finest musicians, performers and artists have moved quickly to organise a free "mercy concert" and candlelight vigil on Thursday evening in Sydney for convicted heroin smugglers Myuran
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Malaysian fugitive seeks Australian lawyer to avoid extradition
ABC Online - 51 Minutes ago
A Malaysian man detained in Australia is seeking a local lawyer in an attempt to avoid extradition to Malaysia where he faces the death penalty. Sirul Azhar Umar, a former bodyguard to the Malaysian
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Philippines bloodbath: was one of last major Jemaah Islamiyah leaders killed?
PR Web via Yahoo! - 40 Minutes ago
And if he was, what does it mean? Philippines forces have suffered one of their biggest single-day losses of life since counterterrorism operations on the southern island of Mindanao ramped
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New market study "Consumer Electronics in Vietnam" has been published
MENAFN - 61 Minutes ago
(MENAFN Press) As a result of rising urbanisation and modernisation in the country Vietnamese consumers' working hours are increasing which means that they have less time to s...
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Court opens trial for Golkar saga
Jakarta Post - 67 Minutes ago
The West Jakarta Court opened on Tuesday the first hearing of a trial on an internal dispute between two factions of the Golkar Party. Embattled Golkar chairman Aburizal Bakrie filed a lawsuit against
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Philippine police commander fired after 44 commandos die
Arab News - 35 Minutes ago
MANILA: Philippine officials have removed the commander of a police special action force from his post after at least 44 anti-terror commandos were killed in a clash with rebels in the country’s south.
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Singapore man in bloody Marsiling attack recovering after surgery
Malay Mail - 51 Minutes ago
A man involved in a slashing incident in Marsiling, Singapore, is said to be recovering in hospital after surgery. ? File pic SINGAPORE, Jan 28 — The 62-year-old man who was involved in a bloody slashing
Man allegedly slashed in Marsiling attack recovering after surgery Today Online
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Singapore central bank reduces slope of monetary policy in sudden move
Sharenet - 50 Minutes ago
SINGAPORE, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Singapore's central bank on Wednesday reduced the slope of its monetary policy band in an unexpected easing of policy ahead of its scheduled review in April. The central
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'No clemency' for Bali Nine: Joko Widodo
stuff.co.nz - 47 Minutes ago
Indonesian President Joko Widodo has indicated two Australians convicted of drug offences will not receive a reprieve from execution, a refusal to pardon that is likely to strain already fragile ties
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Singapore's Chinatown decorated to greet Lunar New Year
China Economic Net - 58 Minutes ago
Photo taken on Jan. 27, 2015 shows lantern decorations along Singapore's Chinatown area. The lantern decorations for the upcoming Chinese Lunar Year of the Goat in Singapore's Chinatown were lit up for
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MES to deliver Eight STSs and Twenty RTGs to New Priok, Indonesia
Bunker Ports News Worldwide - 82 Minutes ago
Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. (MES with president Mr. Takao Tanaka) will deliver Eight (8) units of STSs (Ship-to-Shore Gantry Cranes or Mitsui-Paceco Portainer®) and Twenty (20) units
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MAS makes surprise adjustment to Singapore monetary policy
Straits Times - 37 Minutes ago
The Monetary Authority of Singapore announced on Wednesday a surprise adjustment to its monetary policy in response to a "more benign inflation outlook in 2015". MAS maintained the modest and gradual
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Malaysian fugitive Sirul Azhar Umar seeks Australian lawyer to avoid extradition,
Yahoo! News Australia - 39 Minutes ago
A Malaysian man detained in Australia is seeking a local lawyer in an attempt to avoid extradition to Malaysia where he faces the death penalty.
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Singapore's central bank cuts slope of S$NEER policy band, lowers 2015 inflation
Business Times Singapore - 43 Minutes ago
:17 AM The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) on Wednesday said it would continue with the policy of a modest and gradual appreciation of the S$NEER policy band but the slope of the policy band will
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Vietnamese Montagnards Face Exposure Hiding in Cambodian Jungle
Radio Free Asia - 51 Minutes ago
A group of 14 asylum-seeking Montagnards from Vietnam, including two young children and an infant, are suffering from exposure as they hide in the jungles of neighboring Cambodia amid fears they could
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Bleak Outlook for Singapore Retail
FXStreet.com - 55 Minutes ago
As Singapore’s cut-throat retail scene pushes companies to their limits, a number of international retailers are whittling down or completely shuttering their store space in the city-state. This month,
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Indonesian president rules out reprieve …
Yahoo! India - 55 Minutes ago
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Indonesian President Joko Widodo has indicated two Australians convicted of drug offences will not receive a reprieve from execution, a refusal to pardon that is likely to strain already
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