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Hong Kong bill may hand tax exemptions to local hedge funds

HONG KONG: Hong Kong has proposed widening tax breaks to include hedge and private equity funds that are domiciled in the city in a move market watchers say should encourage more of them to move there.


Barca's Miami U-turn highlights culture divide - experts

(Reuters) - Barcelona's decision to back out of next month's La Liga match against Girona in Miami highlights the differences that epitomise the European and American models of sport, according to sports industry analysts.


Deep losses leave Big Tech with small earnings multiples

Deep losses in Amazon Inc, Apple Inc, Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc have left the former tech favourites at their lowest earnings multiples in years, offering potential bargains to cold-blooded investors looking to buy stocks at a time of heightened fear.


China watchdog works on online credit blacklist system to punish debt defaulters

Building a blacklist to name and shame misconduct in cyberspace is likely part of China’s broader plan for a social credit system.


CIMB Research sees weak demand, retains Hold for KESM

KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Equities Research expects weak demand for semiconductor-related KESM’s products in 2QFY19F due to ongoing inventory adjustment from its customers, but expect stronger demand recovery in 2HFY19F.


Apac insurers to face more pressure, says Moody’s

KUALA LUMPUR: The outlook for the life and property and casualty (P&C) insurance industry in Asia Pacific (Apac) is stable, supported by solid capital levels and improving product mixes, despite the emergence of rising asset risks, says Moody's Investors Service.


How Madoff's massive fraud changed the hedge fund industry

NEW YORK: Bernard Madoff’s sordid legacy remains the stuff of headlines. But his fraudulent scheme altered – and transformed – the hedge fund industry.


Vivendi Eyes stake in Trump partner’s Indonesia TV arm

JAKARTA: Vivendi SA, the French conglomerate backed by billionaire Vincent Bollore, is competing with Argyle Street Management to invest in the television operations of Indonesia’s largest media company PT Global Mediacom, sources said.


Media-shy Patel becomes India’s hero after abrupt exit from RBI

NEW DELHI: Having shunned the media spotlight for most of his time as Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor, Urjit Patel is now being hailed as a martyr in the press.


Japan firms behind Uber and Lyft’s big US IPOs

SAN FRANCISCO: As private companies, Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc became markets unto themselves, where investors poured in capital and traded stakes worth billions of dollars.