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Chase Customers Earn $87 Million in Mortgage Rewards
13/12/2013 16:18 (01:32 minutes ago)
The FINANCIAL -- NEW YORK - More than 368,000
customers received $87 million since the company launched its Mortgage
Cash BackSM program four years ago, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co.
The FINANCIAL -- NEW
YORK, NY - JPMorgan Chase & Co. launched an unprecedented
five-year, $250 million global workforce readiness and demand-driven
training initiative called New Skills at Work.
The FINANCIAL -- Wen
Jiabao, the former Chinese Premier, once used milk as a symbol for
China’s rising wealth and living standards. At a visit to a farm in
2006, he said that it was his “dream” to ensure all Chinese people could
get enough milk.
The FINANCIAL -- Both
the UK and Japan would like to see sustained economic recoveries but,
until recently, the recoveries they craved were fundamentally different
The FINANCIAL -- South
Africa celebrates two decades of democracy on 27 April 2014.
Significant social and economic progress has led to relatively high
growth since Nelson Mandela was elected president in 1994 and prudent
fiscal management has reduced government debt ratios. But structural
challenges remain, including low skill levels, frequent industrial
stoppages, high real-wage settlements and infrastructure bottlenecks.
The FINANCIAL -- Before
China’s renminbi (RMB) can challenge the dollar, it first needs to be
freely available for trade and investment. By internationalising
renminbi through offshore financial markets, China is introducing
openness and transparency while retaining greater controls over its home
market and capital account.
The FINANCIAL -- Credit
Suisse economists published the second issue of the quarterly
publication ‘Monitor Switzerland’. They have left the current growth
forecast for gross domestic product (GDP) unchanged at 2,0% for 2014, according to Credit Suisse AG.
The FINANCIAL -- In Credit Suisse's 2013 Worry
Barometer survey, the majority of Swiss people describe their personal
economic situation as good, and more than three-quarters of them express
confidence in the country's economic development.
The FINANCIAL -- New York - Commodities were lower in November due to uncertainty regarding the future of US stimulus measures, according to CREDIT SUISSE GROUP AG.
The FINANCIAL -- After
five years of rigid austerity, 2013 was the year when consumers
loosened their purse strings slightly and spent more on treats and
entertainment, according to Barclays.
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