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Nasdaq Rout Curbs 2000-Like Surge in Share Sales: Israel Markets ...

Apr 15, 09:51 PM  -  Nasdaq Rout Curbs 2000-Like Surge in Share Sales: Israel Markets ...
Businessweek - 16 hours ago The rout is being felt acutely in Israel, which has 64 companies traded on the Nasdaq, the most of any country outside the U.S. after China. “The market ... Amazon.com Inc., the world's largest online retailer, and Facebook Inc., which traded at more ...

Nasdaq Rout Curbs 2000-Like Surge in Share Sales: Israel Markets

Apr 15, 09:51 PM  -  Nasdaq Rout Curbs 2000-Like Surge in Share Sales: Israel Markets
Businessweek - 19 hours ago International investors began shunning local Israeli stocks after May 2010, when MSCI Inc. pulled the country out of its emerging-market gauge and placed it in its developed markets index.

Nasdaq Rout Curbs 2000-Like Boom in Israeli Share Sales

Apr 15, 09:44 PM  -  Nasdaq Rout Curbs 2000-Like Boom in Israeli Share Sales
Bloomberg - 15 minutes ago International investors began shunning local Israeli stocks after May 2010, when MSCI Inc. pulled the country out of its emerging-market gauge and placed it in its developed markets index.

When to Move into Emerging-Markets Debt

Apr 15, 05:03 PM  -  When to Move into Emerging-Markets Debt
Institutional Investor (subscription) (blog) - 16 minutes ago In our opinion at Aberdeen Asset Management, the country's underlying economy is strong, and it is laying the foundation for still greater strength. Mexico's labor reforms should sharpen the country's competitiveness and put it in a position to compete ...

Potential Ebola drugs are stuck in the big pharma pipeline

Apr 14, 01:30 PM  -  Potential Ebola drugs are stuck in the big pharma pipeline
The Conversation - 50 minutes ago This is why the early stages of drug and vaccine development are usually undertaken by small groups of scientists working in their own labs, relying on funds by governments, charities or universities. There are many potentially deadly viruses in the ...

Monday Five: Airplanes, start-ups and the Great Flood

Apr 14, 12:56 PM  -  Monday Five: Airplanes, start-ups and the Great Flood
Jacksonville Business Journal (blog) - Apr 14, 2014 Wal-Mart stores have been fined almost $10 billion in China, cited for things including selling donkey meat that turned out to be fox.