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  • NEW YORK, Oct 5- The U.S. unemployment rate dropped to a near four-year low of 7.8 percent in September, a potential boost to President Barack Obama's re-election bid. ROBBERT VAN BATENBURG, HEAD OF GLOBAL RESEARCH, LOUIS CAPITAL MARKETS, NEW YORK. DAVID MANN, SENIOR CURRENCY STRATEGIST, STANDARD CHARTERED, NEW YORK.

  • MANILA, Oct 5- The Philippines' annual inflation rate slowed in September, increasing the scope the central bank has to cut rates to support the domestic economy in the face of gloomy global conditions. The consumer price index rose 3.6 percent in September from a year earlier, slowing from the previous month's 3.8 percent pace.

  • TAIPEI, Oct 4- Taiwan's consumer price index dipped in September from the previous month's spike as vegetable prices stabilised after recent bad weather, though the less than expected decline is unlikely to change view that interest rates will remain on hold.

  • TAIPEI, Oct 4- Taiwan's consumer price index dipped in September from the previous month's spike, though by less than expected, as vegetable supplies and prices stabilised after recent bad weather, but the figure is unlikely to change view that interest rates will remain on hold.

  • Indian Cabinet approves new economic reforms Thursday, 4 Oct 2012 | 10:54 AM ET

    NEW DELHI-- India's Cabinet pushed ahead with a second wave of economic reform proposals, endorsing higher levels of foreign investment in insurance and pension funds and amendments to laws governing competition, Finance Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram said.

  • DUBAI, Oct 4- Deals from two major banks this week have reopened the Gulf debt market after an extended summer lull, and highlighted the lower yields that investors in the region are settling for as liquidity continues to far outstrip supply.

  • By Saeed Azhar and Kelvin Soh SINGAPORE/ HONG KONG, Oct 4- Standard Chartered's.

  • Qatar's QIIB picks banks for potential Islamic bond Thursday, 4 Oct 2012 | 7:59 AM ET

    DUBAI, Oct 4- Qatar International Islamic Bank. HSBC, Standard Chartered and QNB Capital. will arrange the investor meetings in the Middle East, Asia and Europe after which a dollar-denominated Reg S sukuk may follow, subject to market conditions.

  • By Saeed Azhar and Kelvin Soh SINGAPORE/ HONG KONG, Oct 4- Standard Chartered's. Six of Standard Chartered's 16 directors hold executive positions at the bank, including CEO Peter Sands, Finance Director Richard Meddings and Asia Chief Executive Jaspal Bindra.

  • UK shares turn lower on Greece, Mideast concerns Thursday, 4 Oct 2012 | 5:09 AM ET

    *FTSE 100 falls 0.2 pct, sheds early gains. LONDON, Oct 4- UK shares turned lower on Thursday, hit by concerns over bailout talks in Greece and tensions in the Middle East, ahead of central bank meetings in Britain and Europe that are unlikely to generate new stimulus moves. By 0836 GMT, the UK's FTSE 100.

  • PRESS DIGEST-Funds Industry News - Oct 4 Thursday, 4 Oct 2012 | 2:54 AM ET

    *Morgan Stanley is in talks to sell a majority stake in its commodities business to the Qatar Investment Authority. *Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings is putting pressure on Standard Chartered to appoint more independent directors.

  • UK FSA's Bailey says banks still "too big to fail" Thursday, 4 Oct 2012 | 12:30 AM ET

    LONDON, Oct 4- The failure of one Britain's big banks would still wreak market havoc and leave taxpayers on the hook as more needs to be done to curb their complexity and risks, the country's top banking supervisor said on Thursday.

  • PERTH, Oct 4- Australia's thermal coal price benchmark was relatively steady this week with Chinese buyers away from the market for a week-long national holiday, but prices may rebound soon as buyers begin to restock for winter.

  • Temasek pushes for board changes at StanChart: WSJ Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012 | 6:32 PM ET

    is putting pressure on Standard Chartered Plc t o appoint more independent directors, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. Shares of Standard Chartered fell more than 3 percent on Sept. 25 on renewed speculation that Temasek may sell its 18 percent stake in the Asia- focused bank.

  • LONDON/ NEW YORK, Oct 3- The euro zone's economic woes accelerated last month and China's slowdown looked likely to extend to a seventh quarter, surveys on Wednesday showed, while the United States proved the bright spot with better-than-expected news on services and jobs.

  • RLPC-Nestle signs increased 5 bln euro loan Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012 | 9:41 AM ET

    LONDON, Oct 3- Nestle has signed a 5 billion euro, 364- day syndicated loan, which will replace a 4.5 billion euro facility agreed in October last year, active bookrunner Citigroup said in a statement on Wednesday.

  • *Strong demand for deal; order books over $6 billion. DUBAI, Oct 3- Qatar Islamic Bank, the Gulf Arab state's largest sharia-compliant lender, returned to global debt markets after two years with a $750 million Islamic bond sale on Wednesday, tapping into strong liquidity for regional issuers.

  • RPT-GLOBAL ECONOMY-Europe's woes deepen and China slows Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012 | 8:48 AM ET

    *Australia trade deficit balloons unexpectedly. LONDON, Oct 3- The euro zone's economic woes increased last month and China's slowdown looked likely to extend to a seventh quarter, surveys showed on Wednesday, but there was better-than-expected news on U.S. jobs.

  • Deutsche Bank seen hardest hit by Liikanen reforms Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012 | 8:04 AM ET

    LONDON, Oct 3- Deutsche Bank is set to be the bank most affected, with profits hit hardest, by proposals to separate higher risk banking activities from traditional deposit-taking business, which are likely to affect about 20 banks, analysts said.

  • GLOBAL ECONOMY-Europe's woes deepen and China slows Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012 | 7:03 AM ET

    *Australia trade deficit balloons unexpectedly. LONDON, Oct 3- The euro zone's economic woes increased last month and China's slowdown looked likely to extend to a seventh quarter, surveys showed on Wednesday, but there was better-than-expected news on U.S. jobs.