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|... acquisition for the ASX-listed company. To further complicate matters, part of NowInfinity's development team is based in the Ukraine. Class chief executive Andrew Russell told Financial Standard the experience of buying a business only for it to end ...|
|... well as lead the New Zealand business. He is currently cluster head for Israel, Kazakhstan, Poland, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine. He joined Citi in 1991 and spent more than 10 years working in marketing, risk and operations across Europe and North America. ...|
|... negotiations. Spain and Sweden have the intention to apply. Argentina, Belgium, Canada, Mexico, South Africa, Taiwan, and Ukraine are under consideration of joining the AIIB. The United States and Japan have remained skeptical about the negotiation." ...|
|... because of the sharp bounce in oil prices - Brent now up to US$61.52/barrel; WTI up to US$52.78 - neither is it due to the Ukraine/Russia ceasefire nor Greece debt discussions (which, according to Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem was "intense... ...|
|... Australian market looks set to open higher following rises on international markets amid hope for Greece's bailout plan and a Ukraine ceasefire and strong economic data out of Germany. At 0807 AEDT on Monday, the March share price index futures contract ...|
|... to investors. A strong lead from Wall Street, rising commodity prices and optimism driven by a ceasefire agreement in Ukraine also boosted investor sentiment. "We've got a number of factors supporting the market today," said CMC chief market strategist ...|
|The Australian market looks set to open higher amid a ceasefire in Ukraine and hopes for a deal over Greece's bailout. At 0857 AEDT on Friday, the March share price index futures contract was up 30 points at 5,747. A new roadmap aimed at ending a 10-month ...|
|... Reserve's continued withdrawal of policy stimulation. The big dump of biotechs and social media stocks; Putin and Crimea and Ukraine (which by the by, made us worry about RISING oil prices); Israel/Palestine war, ISIS and QE end. Now them, they were ...|
|... markets pushed higher, with traders reacting to corporate updates while keeping a watch over escalating tensions in eastern Ukraine in the absence of major economic data releases. London's benchmark FTSE 100 index rise 0.24 per cent to end Tuesday at ...|
|... Sanctions imposed by "the West" on Russia - that includes restricted access to international capital markets - due to Moscow's Ukraine incursion (reportedly heating up again) and most recently, the drop in crude oil prices (along with reduced crude exports) ...|
In another first for Pinnacle Investment Management this week, the firm has set up a North American-based affiliate in a small-cap equities fund manager.
The $65 billion industry superannuation fund has welcomed a head of investment product and communications who has previously held roles with MLC Asset Management and BlackRock.
Mirae Asset Global Investments has appointed Citi Australia as its provider of custody and fund administration services for its Australian funds management business.
The Retirement Income Covenant's introduction to parliament yesterday has been welcomed by major industry bodies.
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