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  1. Yahoo Beats Out Google to Become Mozilla’s Default U.S. Search Engine

    We are adopting a more local and flexible approach to increase choice and innovation on the Web, with new and expanded search partnerships by country. Big changes are coming to Mozilla, as Google will no longer be the global default search provider...

  2. Risk premium strategies favoured over beta commodity indexes

    However, the trend was short-lived, as commodities slumped throughout the summer, now showing negative returns for the year, with the S the country that usually drives commodity prices, according to Kevin Norrish, London-based head of commodity...

  3. New head for Australian anti-money laundering unit

    Senior Australian crime fighter Paul Jevtovic will take over as head of the country's anti-money laundering unit from November 17, Australian justice minister Michael Keenan said last week. Appointment signals new direction for unit, says minister

  4. Poor liquidity stalls long-dated Thai derivatives market

    Renewed foreign interest in Thailand is likely to give impetus to reforming the country's capital markets. Some think that it could help if the government made it easier for foreigners in the country to issue Thai baht bonds.

  5. Your Job Is to Make Google Look Good

    Types of running shoes (e.g.track, cross country, etc. This post will explore why this is true, and what it means for your SEO strategy. Why, Oh Why, Is This True? A few months back I was speaking with someone, and they asked me an age-old question...

  6. Network investment works for Raiffeisen Centrobank in CEE

    The relationship managers in each country make pricing requests to head office in Vienna as they know the type of products that are suitable for their own domestic market. Favoured product types and underlyings vary from country to country, and the...

  7. Commerzbank draws on bespoke and high volume issuance

    You don't want to be the bank that provides the highest leverage as it may not have the best outcome," says Peter Olsson, Frankfurt-based Nordics country manager at Commerzbank. Commerzbank wins Best in the Nordics award

  8. FSB warns of spillovers from new bank structures

    The Volcker rule permits proprietary trading of government bonds by a retail bank, but only US government bonds and the home-country's bonds of a foreign subsidiary operating in the US. Some jurisdictions fear unintended consequences of reforms

  9. Japan FSA: cross-border recognition process too slow

    US and Europe must recognise third-country rules as equivalent sooner Moves by European and US regulators to recognise third-country regulations have been slow and lack transparency and there has been little evidence of the 2013 G-20 commitment to...

  10. LNG market participants shun Japanese forwards

    Producers] are suspicious of an exchange being based in a consuming country, because they know for a fact that Japan as a country will want to have the price as low as possible,” says one Singapore-based banker.

  11. The changing face of UK retail structured products

    This recent changing of the guard means there are now only three banks - Societe Generale, Investec and Morgan Stanley - operating as both manufacturer and proprietary issuer of structured products to the country's retail market.