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Equity markets back in style
RUTH LIEW  |  FRIDAY, 9 MAY 2008
... measured indicated a boost in returns in the same period, with only slight losses posted by Finland (-1.34 per cent) and Denmark (-0.21 per cent). The month of April also saw lower volatility in the markets, noted S&P's. Meanwhile, investor confidence ...
JPMorgan buys $342.5 bn Nordic custody service
MICHAEL HOBBS  |  MONDAY, 31 MAR 2008
... Pensions. In addition, JPMorgan will provide depository services to in-country mutual funds via Nordea's branches in Denmark, Finland and Norway. As a result of the deal, Nordea's marketing relationship with The Bank of New York has ended. Conrad Kozak ...
Retirement on hold for longer
ALEX DUNNIN  |  THURSDAY, 6 DEC 2007
... retirement provision." A study of 47 countries by Mercer has found the UK is raising its retirement age to 68, Singapore and Denmark is increasing theirs to 67, Japan, South Korea, Austria, Belgium to 65, India to 60, Hungary to 64, and Italy to 61. ...
Pension age too low: CEDA
ALEX DUNNIN  |  WEDNESDAY, 10 OCT 2007
... they turn 65." While the move may seem drastic, it's already happening in other countries like the US, the UK, Germany, Denmark, Iceland and Norway, while Singapore is also likely to head the same way. Beyer acknowledged the shift could have political ...
Daily economic round-up
PETER BELL  |  TUESDAY, 10 APR 2007
... domestic companies are required to. Britain is presently studying the impact of higher corporate gearing on the tax take, Denmark is drafting legislation to make tax treatment of private equity more onerous and in the US consideration is being given ...
Macq making progress on restructure
WWW.THESHEET.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, 7 FEB 2007
... Macquarie has started selling its equity and hedge fund products in India, Pakistan, Thailand, Malaysia, Mexico, Greece, Denmark, Belgium and Norway. In the coming year it plans to cover China, Eastern Europe and Latin America. Macquarie is also now ...
Corporate tax needs to be more competitive: KPMG
... the past 14 years and found that countries with 'favourable' corporate tax regimes such as Ireland, Norway, Sweden, and Denmark posted higher than average economic growth. The report said that Norway, Sweden and Denmark were among the first to take radical ...
Australia's merchandise trade grows despite drought, world economic sluggishness
... to $5.6 billion last year. Other strong performing export markets included France with an increase in exports by 22%, Denmark (up 15%) and Portugal (up 19%). Total merchandise trade with the Americas rose by 4% to $41.1 billion in 2002. Exports fell ...
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