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Economy

Brexit: UK grows faster than expected

The economy grew by 0.5% in the three months following the Brexit vote IFM Correspondent November 1, 2016: Britain’s economy grew more than expected in the three months following its vote to leave the European Union despite concern that apprehension over the country’s future would weigh on business. The economy expanded by 0.5% in the...
Business Leaders

Datatec Financial Services makes new appointments

Three new senior hiring done September 06, 2016: Datatec Financial Services, a subsidiary of Datatec Limited, has made three senior appointments in North America, UK, and Australia. The group appointed Paul Christensen as director of North America, Mark Hegarty as director of Australia and New Zealand and Paul Tweehuysen as commercial director based in the...
Business Leaders

Turner & Townsend relocates two senior leaders to Singapore

Move to boost Asia business July 5, 2016: Independent professional services company Turner & Townsend has relocated its global head of major programmes to Singapore and appointed a new managing director for South East Asia to further strengthen business in the region. Ashley Prail, who has led the consultancy’s major programmes across the world for...
Uncategorized

Fidelity taps Alpha Factor Library

The S&P Global Market Intelligence product helps investors identify and analyse investment opportunities April 22, 2016: S&P Global Market Intelligence, a division of McGraw Hill Financial (NYSE: MHFI), has announced that Fidelity Investments has selected the US Value Model from its unique Alpha Factor Library to help customers identify or validate attractively priced stocks with...
Fintech

M-commerce set to leave e-commerce behind

However, companies need to invest more in mobile commerce to make the experience seamless for consumers Suparna Goswami Bhattacharya July 22, 2015: In the last decade, the one revolution that has taken everybody by storm is probably the evolution of mobile phones. From a device meant for making and accepting calls to a multipurpose gadget,...
Islamic Banking

For Luxembourg, €200mn bond was just a start

The Grand Duchy has a long history of working with the Islamic sector, but is not content to rest on its laurels Tim Evershed December 17, 2014: The government of Luxembourg is ready to help Islamic finance move into the mainstream financial markets with a raft of initiatives. The Grand Duchy has a long history...
Business Leaders

Uruguay’s presidential election goes to run-off

abare Vazquez of the leftish Broad Front and Lacalle Pou from the conservative National Party won the first round Kamilia Lahrichi Oct 27,2014: The two contenders who won Uruguay’s first round of the presidential election on October 26 will not bring about any radical economic change for this small country wedged between two regional heavyweights –...
Economy

UK’s growth to slow down in second half: The Conference Board

But some surveys point to orders expanding in manufacturing, construction and services leading to fresh recruitment, reports Team IFM London, July 18, 2104: Britain is set for a slower growth trajectory in the second half of the year, according to a widely-followed index gauging perceptions on future economic conditions, even as a slew of surveys...
Economy

Mexican inflation rate up, but stays below predictions

Independent survey says manufacturing sector witnessed moderate improvement in business conditions, reports Team IFM Mexico City, July 15, 2014: Mexico saw consumer prices rising moderately in June following two consecutive monthly declines from the preceding month, the increase driven primarily by jumps in processed food and services prices after the central bank cut interest rates...
Economy

French trade deficit widens in May, growth crawls

Central bank keeps sentiment indicator for manufacturing sector unchanged below long-term average, reports Team IFM Paris, July 14, 2014: The slowdown continues to chase France, with official data showing its trade deficit widening in May compared to the preceding month as imports rebounded, confirming findings of an independent survey that said the world’s fifth largest...