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Jimmy Choo to List its Shares on London Stock Exchange in October

Jimmy Choo to List its Shares on London Stock Exchange in October

London-based designer shoemaker Jimmy Choo unveiled its plans to list its shares on the London Stock Exchange in October.

Yen Picks up overnight after Malaysia Jet Crash

Yen Picks up overnight after Malaysia Jet Crash

The Japanese yen which had weakened against other major currencies of Asia over this weekend has again picked up after the news of the Malaysia jet crash.

Asian Markets Plunge on Monday

Asian Markets Plunge on Monday

On Monday, Asian markets were found to end lower. Japanese stocks fell to a six-week low close behind downbeat Chinese data and due to continuous uncertainty over the monetary policy of Fed Reserve.

Dollar Hits High Against Yen for the First Time Since 2009

Dollar Hits High Against Yen for the First Time Since 2009

A better than predicted performance of employers in the U. S. has helped the Dollar to rise against Yen to the highest level in last four years.

Stock Market At Two-Weeks High In Hong Kong

Stock Market At Two-Weeks High In Hong Kong

Asian Financial majors, China and Hong Kong stock markets rose this week more than what economists had expected. One the other side U. S.

Topix Index May Make New Record

Topix Index May Make New Record

It has happened for the first time after a hiatus of 23 years that the Topix Index has rose for straight nine weeks through January 11.

Anglo American Platinum Ltd’s Announcement Dwindle Rand’s Position

Anglo American Platinum Ltd’s Announcement Dwindle Rand’s Position

As soon as Anglo American Platinum Ltd. (AMS) announced about its plan of reducing the output, the rand declined the most in comparison to other currencies.

End to Bond Purchase Leads to Fall in Metal Prices

End to Bond Purchase Leads to Fall in Metal Prices

It was just following an announcement by the Federal Reserve policy makers that the prices of gold plummeted significantly, a recent report has uncovered.

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Obama creates ‘resilience area’ to protect Bering Sea ecosystem

U.S. President Barack Obama recently signed an executive order designating 112,300 square miles in Bering Sea as a “climate resilience” area to protect the maritime ecosystem for subsistence living of native tribes.

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