- Intraday calls for 15-12-09
- FMC asks brokers to watch inactive trading accounts
- Still in rough seas
- Dubai’s $10B bailout by Abu Dhabi calms fears
Posted: 14 Dec 2009 07:49 PM PST
Posted: 14 Dec 2009 11:37 AM PST
The Commodity market regulator FMC has asked brokers to keep a close watch on “inactive trading accounts” to avoid possible misuse and warned that failure to do so would attract penalty. “To curb manipulation of inactive trading accounts, we have asked members (brokers)...
Posted: 14 Dec 2009 11:34 AM PST
Without a strong global economic recovery, the maritime sector will find it tough to overcome the demand-supply mismatch. While freight rates, an indicator of health of the shipping industry, have moved up from their September lows this year, a faster global economic recovery seems to be...
Posted: 14 Dec 2009 11:31 AM PST
Abu Dhabi feeds Dubai $10 billion to cover debt on deadline, calming financial worries for now DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Oil-rich Abu Dhabi pumped $10 billion into its indebted neighbor Monday, sending stocks soaring while sparing Dubai and the rest of the Emirates federat...
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