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SEOUL, Dec 19:  South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Friday it is considering increasing its dividend payout for 2014 by between 30 percent and 50 percent compared with the previous year. Samsung, the world’s No. 1 smartphone maker, … More
Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, Dec 19: In order to empower its customers through technology, State B More
NEW DELHI, Dec 19:  Albeit muted for most part of the year, Deal Street in India has clocked M& More
NEW DELHI, Dec 19:  Back on its road to recovery after a prolonged downhill journey for most part o More
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, Dec 19:  Kerala Chief Minister  Oommen Chandy has assured rubber growers in th More
TOKYO, Dec 19:  The Bank of Japan maintained its massive monetary stimulus on Friday and offered a brighter view of the economy, clinging to hope that joint efforts with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to revitalise the economy will prod companies … More
SEOUL, Dec 19:  The comedy on the fictional assassination of North Korea’s leader is ‘desperately unfunny’ and would have flopped overseas if it had not been cancelled, according to leaked e-mails of international executives of Sony Pictures. Sony Corp scrapped … More
BEIJING, Dec 19:  Iron ore prices inched up overnight to halt a nine-day slide, amid buying interest from Chinese customers looking to restock, but a sustained recovery remained unlikely, traders said.    Buyers in China, the world’s biggest steelmaking country, remain … More
SYDNEY, Dec 19: Australian shares surged 2.5 percent on Friday, the biggest one-day gain since July 2013, after the Federal Reserve promised patience in raising U.S. interest rates. The S&P/ASX 200 index jumped 127.8 points to 5,338.6 at the close … More
SHANGHAI, Dec 19:  China’s yuan is plunging to fresh lows in December, declining 1.3 percent so far this month, heading toward its worst monthly performance since February and set to close the year down over 2 percent.    But unlike February’s … More
SHANGHAI, Dec 19:  China’s money market rates jumped this week, as tight liquidity has been exacerbated by demand for funds to invest in stock IPOs, though measures taken by Beijing to maintain sufficient cash has prevented an outright crunch. In … More
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