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MORGAN STANLEY: These 7 brand name companies could be takeover targets

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Merger activity may not be as robust as it once was.

But a note out March 20 by a group of equity strategists at Morgan Stanley said that M&A activity will continue to be above “the long term median” over the course of the next 12 months. 127 more words

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Cars You Are Most Likely To Buy New Then Re-Sell

The cars you’re most likely to buy new and re-sell in the first year are…

A new study found out which cars you’re most likely to buy, and then immediately re-sell within a year. 162 more words

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Singapore industrial output seen rising in February: poll

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Manufacturing output likely rose 0.4 per cent last month from January on a seasonally adjusted basis, according to a Reuters poll of 12 analysts. 247 more words

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MORGAN STANLEY: These 7 brand name companies could be takeover targets

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

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Merger activity may not be as robust as it once was.

But a note out March 20 by a group of equity strategists at Morgan Stanley said that M&A activity will continue to be above “the long term median” over the course of the next 12 months. 127 more words

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Millennials are going to be the ones who spur demand for homes

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Spring break is fast approaching, that playful time of year when beach cities are inundated with college students and tourists. As housing economists, spring break is exciting because it coincides with the beginning of the spring home buying season! 639 more words

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Replacing lost trees

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Over the next 15 years, 10,000 to 13,000 trees in Singapore could be removed to make way for transport and housing projects – an ongoing trade-off between nature and development. 699 more words

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