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Marsh & Mclennan Expands In Belgium With Trade Insure Buy - Analyst Blog - Nasdaq.com

6097064948240715044.jpg announced the purchase of Belgium's leading credit insurance distributor -Trade Insure NV - for undisclosed terms and value. Based in Aalst, Belgium, Trade Insure will operate in coordination with Marsh's stables in Brussels, Antwerp, Roeselare, Liege and Luxembourg under the banner of 'Marsh Trade Insure', thereby covering the major markets of Europe. Marsh & McLennan has also absorbed all the staff of Trade Insure with the acquisition. Founded in 1990, Trade Insure is armed with $40 million in annual premiums along with a base of 500 best site clients, which ranges from small and medium enterprises to large multinationals. The insurance firm enjoys the largest 20% market share in Belgium, offering credit insurance that protects against official site risks entailing higher operating and borrowing costs as well as bad debts, thereby improving cash flow and funds for its businesses. Our Take The deal appears a sound strategic fit source for Marsh & McLennan as it blends well the company's long-term objective of expansion and growth across global markets.
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Hollywood Tries To Forget Rough 2014 - Nasdaq.com

6100986234220448714.jpg The weekend's only new wide release, "The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death," opened to a continue decent $15.1 million in fourth place. That's behind the 2012 debut of the original "Woman in Black," which opened to $20.9 million and went on to gross $54.3 million. The second installment, which doesn't feature the original's star Daniel Radcliffe, takes news place 40 years after the original film, and follows a group of London orphans and caretakers who move into a Kim Kardashian Pregnant? — She Visits Obgyn 3 Times In 2 Weeks: New Pics - Hollywood Life haunted house. The PG-13-rated sequel was acquired for distribution by Relativity Media LLC for $1 million. The studio targeted the early January release--a Kim Kardashian Says She Desires A Flat Butt|video|popsugar Personality popular one for horror films--to appeal to younger audiences still on break from school, said Kyle Davies, president of world-wide distribution. About 65% of the opening-weekend audience was under the age of 25.
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Australia, Hong Kong Stocks Rise Slightly - Nasdaq.com

review 6100001420936664504.jpg The data from China put into visit this site focus expectations that the country may miss its 2014 economic growth target of 7.5%. Chinese growth figures for 2014 are scheduled to be released later this month. Stocks in Shanghai rose more than 50% in 2014, raising worries that negative news could spur selling, although poor figures could bring more stimulus from Beijing. Elsewhere, Australia's S&P ASX 200 was up 0.1% and Korea's Kospi was flat. Copper contracts in London traded down 0.5% at US$6,269.25 a ton, amid caution over the demand outlook for China, the world's No. 1 copper redirected buyer. Weak sentiment in commodity markets will continue to play a key role in direction for the resources-heavy Australian market, said Michael McCarthy, a strategist at CMC Markets. Also, "year-end selling of property and health-care stocks puts them in today's spotlight as possible targets for value investors," he adds. Rhiannon Hoyle contributed to this article.
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Japan Defender Yoshida Signs New Southampton Deal - Yahoo News

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