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|... last Friday. Shenzhen sank 5.30 per cent, or 117.33 points, to 2,098.48 - losing 16.16 per cent over the week. However, Tokyo reversed morning losses to end marginally higher, adding 17.29 points to 20,539.79. WELLINGTON - The S&P/NZX 50 Index edged ...|
|... late in New York on Tuesday. HONG KONG - Asian markets have mostly risen as investors shrugged off Greece's default, with Tokyo lifted by an upbeat survey on business confidence, but Shanghai's volatile run continued, plunging more than five per cent. ...|
|... concerns about Greece's future in the eurozone while Shanghai surged at the end of a volatile day that saw wild swings. Tokyo ended 0.63 per cent higher, adding 125.78 points, to 20,235.73, Sydney gained 0.67 per cent, or 36.5 points, to 5,459.0 and ...|
|... before a major debt deadline, while Shanghai collapsed on fears Chinese stocks are overvalued after a year-long advance. Tokyo fell 0.31 per cent, or 65.25 points, to close at 20,706.15, while Sydney shed 1.54 per cent, or 86.80 points, to 5,545.90. ...|
|... after the Bank of Japan held off on any new stimulus measures at its latest policy meeting despite flatlining inflation, and Tokyo ended 0.91 per cent higher, adding 183.42 points to 20,174.24. Seoul gained 0.25 per cent, or 5.08 points, to 2046.96 ...|
|... track of Greece's troubled bailout talks as Europe's leaders are warned of the dire consequences of failing to reach a deal. Tokyo on Thursday sank 1.13 per cent, or 228.45 points, to close at 19,990.82, while Hong Kong shed 0.22 per cent, or 59.13 points ...|
|... per cent, or 187.09 points, to close at 26,753.79. Seoul ended 0.30 per cent higher, adding 6.14 points to 2,034.86 and Tokyo eased 0.19 per cent, or 38.67 points, to 20,219.27. Fears Athens will default and crash out of the eurozone increased on Tuesday ...|
|... the US dollar and yen as traders await the outcome of policy meetings at the US Federal Reserve and Japanese central bank. Tokyo on Tuesday lost 0.64 per cent, or 129.85 points, to close at 20,257.94 and Seoul fell 0.67 per cent, or 13.60 points, to ...|
|... Regional investors were given another positive lead from Wall Street following a better-than-forecast US retail sales report. Tokyo climbed 0.12 per cent, or 24.11 points, to 20,407.08, although the gains were capped by worries about the Greece talks. ...|
|... close on Wall Street and hopes for a Greek debt deal, while the dollar recovered after the previous day's sharp losses. Tokyo climbed 1.68 per cent, or 336.61 points, to 20,382.97 thanks to a weaker yen and Sydney added 1.43 per cent, or 78.10 points ...|
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Alex Waislitz is running a fine-toothed comb over the independent valuation OneVue board cited in endorsing Iress's 43 cents per share bid to acquire the company.
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A $52 billion industry superannuation fund has launched an initiative to increase gender diversity in the executive teams of the ASX200 companies and already has the support of industry heavyweights.
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A Shariah-compliant global equity ETF, touted as the world's first, has listed on the London Stock Exchange.
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Long-serving chair of Media Super Gerard Noonan is retiring at the end of the month as the $6 billion fund continues its due diligence in merger talks with $52 billion fellow industry fund Cbus.
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