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Uranium signs of post-Fukushima revival

UBS expects the spot price for uranium will average $US43 per pound in the 2015 calendar year, and higher again to $US53 in 2016. "What would be great for the price would be if...

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Tokyo stocks end at seven-month high

By AAP The greenback jumped to Y104. 82 in Asian currency markets - its highest since January - from Y104. 27 in European trade. "There is speculation that the Bank of Japan may go...

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Japan rolls out toilet paper push

“DON’T wait until it’s too late.” It’s a common message for everything from clearance sales to fire insurance. Now Japan is taking it one step further. Read more here: Telegraph     

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‘Volatility’ to hit global markets

Halmarick believes there’s some potential for the US share market, which is already trading at a record high, to move higher in coming months. "So we’re going to have this policy division in the...

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India, Japan will shape 21st century: Modi

By AFP At a speech to business leaders earlier in the day, he lambasted the expansionism of yesteryear and said it was not a viable model for Asia. "There are 18th-century-style ways and thinking...

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India, Japan will shape 21st century: Modhi

By AAP At a speech to business leaders earlier in the day, he lambasted the expansionism of yesteryear and said it was not a viable model for Asia. "There are 18th-century-style ways and thinking...

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Japan defence asks for record budget

By AFP Japan's defence ministry has made its biggest ever budget request as Tokyo bolsters its military amid worries over China's expanding naval reach. The ministry wants 5. 05 trillion yen ($A52. 69 billion)...

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Former Japan PM hits out at Abe

By AAP Naoto Kan says Mr Abe's behaviour has so incensed China that it can no longer hold bilateral talks with Japan. "Mr Abe has not shown sincere regret for the invasion of China...

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Why some Chinese SOEs are more equal than others

By Paul Hubbard & Patrick Williams Provincial governments still try to create market environments that favour local SOEs, partly to protect local industry and partly for rent extraction using state-protected monopolies.  This is a reflex...