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Bankers: Inflation manageable

The spectre of higher inflation seems to be just around the corner due to the higher cost of crude oil, food, commodities and the impending fuel and toll hikes, but several banks are unfazed, saying that it has either been factored in or that it is manageable.

Apply for loans, Liow tells youths

More Chinese should apply for low-interest loans from the Youth Economic Promotion Council as they constitute only 5% of the 38,000 applicants.

Chavez threatens to seize Venezuelan banks that don't finance agriculture

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP): President Hugo Chavez threatened on Saturday to take control of banks that fail to meet state-imposed lending requirements designed to benefit Venezuela's farmers.

Analysts and fund managers weigh in on scope of Dow’s impact

StarBiz talks to fund managers and analysts on the performance of the Dow Jones and the regional markets in view of the current crisis faced by the US.

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The cost of living seems poised to rise with the anticipated increase in fuel prices, which will have a domino effect on consumer goods and services.

Clinton upstages Republicans with U.S. stimulus plan

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton on Friday proposed $70 billion in emergency spending to stave off a possible U.S. election-year recession, upstaging Republican rivals who clashed over the economy but offered few specifics.

Clinton upstages Republicans with U.S. stimulus plan

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton on Friday proposed $70 billion in emergency spending to stave off a possible U.S. election-year recession, upstaging Republican rivals who clashed over the economy but offered few specifics.

Clinton upstages Republicans with U.S. stimulus plan

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton on Friday proposed $70 billion in emergency spending to stave off a possible U.S. election-year recession, upstaging Republican rivals who clashed over the economy but offered few specifics.

Clinton upstages Republicans with U.S. stimulus plan

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton on Friday proposed $70 billion in emergency spending to stave off a possible U.S. election-year recession, upstaging Republican rivals who clashed over the economy but offered few specifics.