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Market Wrap - Morning
AAP  |  MONDAY, 27 FEB 2012
... set to open lower as concerns over Europe's sovereign debt crisis continues and topped the agenda of the G20 meeting in Mexico at the weekend. Australian treasurer Wayne Swan cancelled his planned attendance at the G20 finance ministers meeting because ...
Market Wrap - Midday
AAP  |  FRIDAY, 24 FEB 2012
... in a row, according to its survey for February. Mr Turner said the market would be looking ahead to the G20 meeting in Mexico on the weekend, where the euro zone debt crisis would be a key talking point. "These things tend to disappoint, but on the agenda ...
Prime Super to provide mezzanine finance facility
CLAIRE MCGREAL  |  MONDAY, 31 OCT 2011
... earlier this month, negotiated and completed a 40.1% equity interest in Mexican gas project, Integrated Gas Services de Mexico (Igasamex), from SaskEnergy for Prime Super and another client. Prime Super also has an investment in Chile in gas distribution. ...
Prime Super secures Mexican gas acquisition
ELISE BURGESS  |  TUESDAY, 4 OCT 2011
... investment in Chile in gas distribution, which will allow the fund to use its existing expertise for the new project in Mexico. Lachlan Baird, chief executive of Prime Super, told Financial Standard the investment is in line with its alternatives allocation ...
Debt crisis not so bad for Latin America
ELISE BURGESS  |  WEDNESDAY, 3 AUG 2011
... America, told Financial Standard Latin America was misunderstood as an investment opportunity. "Looking at the shorter term, Mexico is an outperformer while longer term Brazil and Chile are very successful, they are going through challenging transitions ...
IMF elects new chair
ELISE BURGESS  |  WEDNESDAY, 29 JUN 2011
... and chair of the IMF for a five year term, starting July 5 this year. She is the fifth French chair of the IMF and beat Mexico's AgustA�n Carstens to the role, who was the hope to bring a stronger emerging economy voice to the organisation. Going into ...
Market Wrap - Morning
AAP  |  WEDNESDAY, 22 JUN 2011
... following Monday's sharp drops and the energy sector after BP struck a deal to settle potential claims linked to the US Gulf of Mexico oil disaster. London's benchmark FTSE 100 index of top shares rose 81.92 points, or 1.44 per cent, to 5,775.31 points. ...
Market Wrap - Morning
AAP  |  THURSDAY, 28 APR 2011
... a 17 per cent jump in first-quarter net profits, although BP also upgraded the cost of last year's devastating Gulf of Mexico spill to $US41.3 billion ($A38.29 billion), compared with previous guidance of $US40.9 billion ($A37.91 billion). Elsewhere ...
Desert storm
BENJAMIN ONG  |  FRIDAY, 25 FEB 2011
... 4.4 4. India 3.1 5. Russia 2.7 6. Brazil 2.5 7. Germany 2.4 8. Saudi Arabia 2.4 9. Korea, South 2.2 10. Canada 2.2 11. Mexico 2.1 12. France 1.8 13. Iran 1.7 14. United Kingdom 1.7 15. Italy 1.5 Note that the G-7 - the world's biggest economies - along ...
Liquidnet taps Malaysian equities
MEDIA RELEASE  |  FRIDAY, 3 DEC 2010
... started early last month. This year, Liquidnet has added a total of six markets in addition to Israel, including New Zealand, Mexico, Poland, Lithuania, Estonia and Slovenia. Launched in 2001, the Liquidnet Community extends to 38 equity markets across ...
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