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  China Rate Cut May Lack Impact
China’s move to slash lending rates to help slowing growth may lack punch, as Chinese banks will likely remain reluctant to lower loan rates for fears of hurting their profits.
Tue, 25 Nov 2014 00:06:45 EST
  Ferguson Police Officer Not Charged in Black Teen's Shooting
A grand jury declined to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting of unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown, sparking renewed unrest in Ferguson Mo., which endured weeks of civil turmoil this summer, becoming a national flash point over race and justice.
Tue, 25 Nov 2014 00:26:16 EST
  Chuck Hagel Resigns as Defense Chief
President Obama announced Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will step down from his position, marking a major realignment in leadership amid multiple military challenges.
Mon, 24 Nov 2014 23:05:16 EST
  The Dangerous U.S.-China Perception Gap
China’s World: China exaggerates America’s weaknesses; America hypes China’s ascent. Both views are out of synch with reality—but they could prove a combustible mix.
Mon, 24 Nov 2014 23:29:30 EST
  Honda Says It Underreported Serious Accidents
Honda said it failed to report 1,729 death and injury incidents involving its vehicles to U.S. regulators in an 11-year period starting in July 2003.
Mon, 24 Nov 2014 22:59:26 EST
  Conflicts Mar Flight 370 Search
Disagreements among investigators over where to look for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 are complicating an already difficult effort to recover the missing jetliner.
Mon, 24 Nov 2014 23:19:02 EST
  Japan's Shares Rally
China’s shares were slightly higher as investors continued to welcome easy money policies, but Tokyo, which reopened after a long weekend, made solid gains as it caught up with the rest of the region’s rally yesterday.
Mon, 24 Nov 2014 21:52:33 EST
  Four BOJ Members Challenged Kuroda Easing Move
Four Bank of Japan policy board members challenged Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda’s proposal to ramp up the central bank’s easing at the Oct. 31 meeting, saying the extra action could do the economy more harm than good.
Mon, 24 Nov 2014 20:02:16 EST
  Medibank Private's Strong Debut
Australian health insurer Medibank Private made a strong share-market debut, providing ammunition for Australia’s conservative government to continue its privatization agenda.
Mon, 24 Nov 2014 23:14:22 EST
  Beijing Property Market Is Improving
Beijing’s housing market, which is a barometer of demand in China, is showing signs of improvement but don’t expect sharp gains even with last week’s interest rate cut, says a senior executive at the country’s largest property developer.
Mon, 24 Nov 2014 22:45:54 EST






 
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