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Pepper confirms pilot launch
Pepper UK has become the latest entrant to announce a launch into the UK specialist lending market.

Bank of Korea stance shows more worried about household debt than growth
SEOUL: The South Korean central bank chief's surprisingly stern warning on Thursday against betting on an imminent policy easing showed it was far more concerned about rising household debt than uncertain economic growth prospects.

Keep faith in Korean shares? Maybe not, say experts
South Korean shares started 2014 as analysts' darling, but after losing 2.7 percent year-to-date, they are fast falling out of favor.

SKorea orders lockdown to fight animal disease
(01-15 15:42) South Korea on Thursday announced a 36-hour lockdown over the weekend on poultry and livestock farms across the country to curb the spread of two highly contagious ...

Business Highlights
Streak of solid hiring bolsters confidence about 2015

Mongolia Holdings, Inc. and XacBank of Mongolia Announce Financing for Equipment Fleet Purchases
Commencing Negotiations with Global Construction Companies for their 2015 Equipment Rental Needs in Mongolia (PRWeb January 27, 2015) Read the full story at

World Week Ahead: Until Fed Adjudicates, It's ECB Bazooka vs. Greek Rebellion
What an interesting week it is shaping up to be. Most of the attention is on Europe, where the game-changing effect of the European Central Bank's "bazooka" move--a far bigger-than-expected quantitative easing program announced last Thursday--is competing with a political rebellion in Greece.

Lighter regulation to benefit S. Korean banks
SEOUL:South Korea’s banks, whose average returns on equity (ROE) are the worst among lenders in Asia and are less than half of their Chinese peers’, are poised to benefit from a promised move by the country to ease heavy-handed regulation.

World Week Ahead: Gauging Oil's Impact on Inflation and Spending
Will there be further clues on U.S. rate hikes this week amid deflationary pressures around the world?

For State of Union, Obama faces GOP Congress for first time
WASHINGTON (AP) — For the first time in his presidency, Barack Obama will stand before a Republican-led Congress to deliver his State of the Union address and try to convince lawmakers newly empowered to block his agenda that they should instead join with him on education, cyberprotection and national security proposals.

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