Monthly Archives: November 2015

Differentiating Between Emerging Markets For Better Returns – Seeking Alpha

Emerging markets are often grouped together, but it’s better not to.Changes in monetary policies may be upon us and some countries should do better than others.Countries with sizable deficits are more… Sourced through Scoop.it from: seekingalpha.com

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Hedge Funds Trading Emerging Market ETFs, Baidu & MGM: Goldman – Barron’s (blog)

Hedge funds have been betting on the decline of some emerging market exchange-traded funds, according to Goldman Sachs analysis of the latest data.Goldman added China’s Baidu (BIDU) to its list of important stocks held by hedge funds in its latest… Sourced

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5 Broader Emerging Market ETFs Surging This Quarter – Seeking Alpha

Emerging market investing has gone dour recently on slowing growth, a potential decline in foreign direct investment on a likely cease in cheap money inflows from the U.S. (post lift-off), a stronger Sourced through Scoop.it from: seekingalpha.com

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IRS’s Outdated Fraud Prevention System Could Cost Taxpayers Millions – Daily Caller

The Internal Revenue Service’s systems for detecting fraud may wind up costing taxpayers millions, a Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration audit found . According to the report, the IR Sourced through Scoop.it from: dailycaller.com

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Stores hope to curb credit card fraud during holiday shopping season

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Cybercrime shocker: Credit card fraud almost doubles in Jan-Sept, 2015, in Mumbai – Times of India

Credit and debit card fraud cases shot up by 90% in the first three-quarters of this year as compared to the corresponding period last year, cybercrime statistics with the city police show. Sourced through Scoop.it from: timesofindia.indiatimes.com

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AG warns about credit card fraud – Biddeford Journal Tribune

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — With the Christmas shopping season underway, New Hampshire Attorney General Joseph Foster is warning consumers to remain guarded against credit card fraud, even as more secure credit card technologies become widespread. Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.journaltribune.com

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