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Mobile number portability churn rate rises

Business Line 30 Jan 2023
Contrary to the expected trends, mobile number portability (MNP) churn rate has been increasing since April 2022 ... This is almost double the rate ... The rollout of 5G services by Jio and Airtel is also contributing to the rising MNP churn rates.
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Stocks To Watch: GFL Environmental Sees RS Rating Rise To 81

Investors Business Daily 30 Jan 2023
When looking for the best stocks to buy and watch, focus on those with rising relative price strength. One stock that fits that bill is GFL Environmental (GFL), which had its Relative Strength (RS) Rating upgraded from 77 to 81 Monday ... Stocks With Rising Relative Strength Ratings. Why Should You Use IBD's Relative Strength Rating?.
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‘Four more interest rate rises by August’

The Daily Telegraph Australia 30 Jan 2023
Four more RBA rate rises between now and August – that’s the new prediction by the top economist of one of the world’s biggest investment banks ....
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The market 'got ahead of itself' in expecting interest-rate cuts, according to a BlackRock strategist ...

Business Insider 30 Jan 2023
As the impact of last year's rates rises filter into the economy, the Fed is now facing calls to rein in or even reverse its hawkish stance on monetary policy ... In a research note published last week, BlackRock said developed markets weren't prepared for the possibility of a recession as interest-rate rises begin to take effect.
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Bank of England poised to raise interest rates for 10th time in a row

The Observer 30 Jan 2023
After the rate increase expected this week, most economists polled by Reuters envisage one more rate rise – to 4.25% in March – while financial markets price in the tightening cycle ending in the middle of this year at 4.5% ... Economists have suggested that cooling inflation could help to ease pressure on the Bank for further rate rises.
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Stock-leveraged investments rise again amid bullish KOSPI

Korea Times 30 Jan 2023
"Expectations are rising that the Fed will put an end to the ongoing cycle of rate hikes in March after the authority possibly takes a baby step of increasing its key rate by 25 basis points during the upcoming rate-setting meeting, as a series of economic indexes display signals ...
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US Federal Reserve Bank to make first decision for interest rates for 2023

The Daily Telegraph Australia 30 Jan 2023
... cent rate rises, they’ll temper these back down to a quarter of a per cent rate rises but will continue to raise rates.” ....
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Bank of England expected to increase interest rates amid probable recession

The National 30 Jan 2023
... Thursday, analysts say, a half-point rise from the current rate of 3.5 per cent.READ MORE ... It is expected by some experts to be the penultimate base rate rise before rates peak at 4.5 per cent or 4.25 per cent, and then decline.
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Argentine Peso Loses Almost 12% Against the Greenback During January; Inflation Projected to Rise Sharply

Bitcoin 30 Jan 2023
The exchange rate has been constantly rising since December, when it reached 356 pesos per dollar, breaking a record low for the peso at that time ... Calculations made by private firms predict an inflation rate of more than 5% in January, a high number when compared with countries ...
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Stocks With Rising Relative Price Strength: The Bancorp

Investors Business Daily 30 Jan 2023
When looking for the best stocks to buy and watch, focus on those with rising relative price strength. One stock that fits that bill is The Bancorp (TBBK), which saw a positive improvement to its Relative Strength (RS) Rating on Monday, rising from 86 to 93 ... IBD Stock Rating Upgrades. Rising Relative Strength.
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Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) calls for withdrawal of hike in POL prices

Urdu Point 30 Jan 2023
They urged the government to take immediate measures to control the rising inflation and CODB ... They added that due to the current flooding, poverty would probably go worse in the hardest-hit areas and without resolute relief and recovery initiatives to aid the poor, preliminary projections indicated that the national poverty rate might rise by 2.
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BPI upsizes RISE Bonds offer to P20.3B, completes issue

Sun Star 30 Jan 2023
THE Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) has issued P20.3 billion fixed-rate bonds due 2024 ... The BPI RISE Bonds were issued ... The BPI RISE Bonds bear an interest rate of 5.75 percent p.a., payable quarterly, and are now tradable on the Philippine Dealing & Exchange Corp.
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SA trade unions call SA Reserve Bank’s decision on interest rate a 'callous decision’

Independent online (SA) 30 Jan 2023
Cosatu national spokesperson Sizwe Pamla said these rate hikes, coupled with rising administered prices, would make it even harder for them to continue to pay their loans and put them at risk of losing their homes, cars, and other possessions that they earned over many years.
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Oil Price Fundamental Daily Forecast – Lower as Rate Hike Fears, Russian Supply Offset Middle ...

FX Empire 30 Jan 2023
Gains are likely being capped by looming rate hikes by major central banks and signs of strong Russian exports. Losses are being limited, however, by rising Middle East tension over a drone attack in Iran and hopes of higher China demand tied to the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions ... Threat of Rising Interest Rates Weighing on Sentiment.

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