News archive from 18 May 2013

Dismal week for gold

Investors also rejected gold's safe-haven lure after a May reading for US consumer sentiment hit a near six-year high, showing Americans are feeling better about their financial and economic prospects. Major US stock indexes were on track to close up...

 

European stocks rebound on bargain hunting

Paris’s CAC 40 index climbed 0.56 per cent to close the day at 4,001.27 points. Meanwhile in Frankfurt the DAX 30 index closed on Friday with a fresh record high after gaining 0.34 per cent to 8,398 points, and London’s FTSE 100 index added 0.53 per...

 

Oil rallies as US consumer sentiment rises

The US benchmark contract, West Texas Intermediate for June delivery, rose 86 US cents from Thursday to close at $US96.02 a barrel on Friday. Brent North Sea crude for delivery in July also rose 86 US cents, settling at $US104.64 a barrel in London. A...

 

Marina Bay offices open

A majority of the tenants came from the old Singapore central business district, such as the main bank, DBS, and Standard Chartered. In the same way as the space has been let at Barangaroo South in Sydney, the anchor tenants at MBFC took the...

 

Steps to avoid lease failure

For retail and franchise businesses, this is an all-too-common approach and as lease costs represent their second-largest expense item, lease failure can be an expensive business lesson. Having dealt with corporate and retail-chain tenants on more...

 

Dismal week for gold

Investors also rejected gold's safe-haven lure after a May reading for US consumer sentiment hit a near six-year high, showing Americans are feeling better about their financial and economic prospects. Major US stock indexes were on track to close up...

 

European stocks rebound on bargain hunting

Paris’s CAC 40 index climbed 0.56 per cent to close the day at 4,001.27 points. Meanwhile in Frankfurt the DAX 30 index closed on Friday with a fresh record high after gaining 0.34 per cent to 8,398 points, and London’s FTSE 100 index added 0.53 per...

 

Oil rallies as US consumer sentiment rises

The US benchmark contract, West Texas Intermediate for June delivery, rose 86 US cents from Thursday to close at $US96.02 a barrel on Friday. Brent North Sea crude for delivery in July also rose 86 US cents, settling at $US104.64 a barrel in London. A...

 

Marina Bay offices open

A majority of the tenants came from the old Singapore central business district, such as the main bank, DBS, and Standard Chartered. In the same way as the space has been let at Barangaroo South in Sydney, the anchor tenants at MBFC took the...

 

Steps to avoid lease failure

For retail and franchise businesses, this is an all-too-common approach and as lease costs represent their second-largest expense item, lease failure can be an expensive business lesson. Having dealt with corporate and retail-chain tenants on more...

 

Dismal week for gold

Investors also rejected gold's safe-haven lure after a May reading for US consumer sentiment hit a near six-year high, showing Americans are feeling better about their financial and economic prospects. Major US stock indexes were on track to close up...

 

European stocks rebound on bargain hunting

Paris’s CAC 40 index climbed 0.56 per cent to close the day at 4,001.27 points. Meanwhile in Frankfurt the DAX 30 index closed on Friday with a fresh record high after gaining 0.34 per cent to 8,398 points, and London’s FTSE 100 index added 0.53 per...

 

Oil rallies as US consumer sentiment rises

The US benchmark contract, West Texas Intermediate for June delivery, rose 86 US cents from Thursday to close at $US96.02 a barrel on Friday. Brent North Sea crude for delivery in July also rose 86 US cents, settling at $US104.64 a barrel in London. A...

 

Marina Bay offices open

A majority of the tenants came from the old Singapore central business district, such as the main bank, DBS, and Standard Chartered. In the same way as the space has been let at Barangaroo South in Sydney, the anchor tenants at MBFC took the...

 

Steps to avoid lease failure

For retail and franchise businesses, this is an all-too-common approach and as lease costs represent their second-largest expense item, lease failure can be an expensive business lesson. Having dealt with corporate and retail-chain tenants on more...

 
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