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Venezuela Says Hollywood's 'rightwing Extremists' Plot Against It








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05 Apr 2014
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Japan Stock Inflows Reverse; Foreigners Doubt Abenomics Commitment








An employee of a foreign exchange trading company looks at monitors in Tokyo March 18, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai

"I feel like every day that goes by, the window is closing fitness for him to move towards structural reforms." Foreign investors have sold a net 900 billion yen ($8.9 billion) more of Japanese stocks so far this year, reversing from 2013 when they bought a record 15.1 trillion yen, data from the Japanese stock exchanges show. With overseas investors controlling about 70 percent of market volume, according to the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the benchmark Nikkei average .N225 has fallen 12 percent this year, outpacing a 2 percent decline in ex-Japan Asian shares .MIAPJ0000PUS and compared with a 1 percent gain in the S&P 500 index .SPX . Longer-term, "real money" foreign investors still have big investments in Japanese stocks, but some hedge funds and other agile players may have pulled out, at least for now. On top of selling in the cash market, foreign investors have sold a net 900 billion yen of futures contracts on the Nikkei and other indexes so far this year, just erasing last year's net purchases. Speculators such as global macro funds aggressively use the futures markets, traders say. MONEY OFF THE TABLE In another sign of falling interest, trade volume in Topix, based on a 20-day rolling average, has fallen near levels seen before Abe took office, and less than half the May-June peak. The cold shoulder from overseas forced Japan Display Inc to cut the portion of Wednesday's initial public offering reserved for foreigners to 37.5 percent from 45 percent in the year's biggest Japanese listing. [ID:nL3N0MG029] The stock plunged 15 percent in its first click here! day of trading. It is too early to call the end of investors' Abenomics fever.
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21 Mar 2014
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Japan?s Wages Rise For First Time In 22 Months In Abe Boost








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We still need to see a higher rate of increase in pay to be assured of growth prospects after the sales-tax hike. The worlds third-biggest economy is gathering momentum as companies and consumers rush to make purchases before the sales tax rises to 8 percent in April from 5 percent. Production rose the most in January since June 2011, while retail sales posted the biggest increase since April 2012. Once the rush is past, the economy is forecast to shrink an annualized 3.9 percent in the three months starting April, slumping after a projected fifth straight quarter of growth, according to a Bloomberg survey. Virtuous Cycle Japanese stocks rose, boosted by a decline in the yen. The Topix index was up 0.4 percent at 12:42 http://sherlyonlineplace.wallinside.com p.m. in Tokyo, while the yen was down 0.2 percent at 101.64 per dollar. Wage gains remain below the rate of inflation, which is cutting into consumers real spending power, showing Abe has work to do for his Abenomics reflation effort to succeed.
More: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-03-04/japan-base-wages-mark-first-rise-in-22-months-on-part-timer-pay.html



06 Mar 2014
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Usa Mobility Announces Regular Quarterly Dividend










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06 Mar 2014
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Alcoa Closing Aluminum Smelter, Mills In Australia








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visit this site A rolling mill near the smelter and another mill and recycling center in Yennora, New South Wales, will close by year end. They employ an additional 480 people. Faced with stubbornly low prices for aluminum due to global overcapacity, Alcoa has been idling and closing smelters to reduce capacity. When the last moves are completed, Alcoa will have cut its smelting capacity by 17 percent. go to website The company is increasingly shifting into making aluminum products for aviation, auto and other industries. The company expects to take restructuring charges against earnings of between $250 million and $270 million, or 22 cents to 25 cents per share, with 60 percent in the first quarter.
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18 Feb 2014
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