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Standard Chartered Keeps 10% Profit Rise Forecast for Full Year
Standard Chartered Plc (STAN), the U.K.'s second-largest bank by market value, reiterated its forecast for profit in 2012, even as revenue growth slowed in the first half of the year.
Standard Chartered growth slows  Evening Standard
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Standard Chartered to offer Islamic financial products to private clients
Dubai: Standard Chartered Plc will begin offering Islamic financial products to its private-banking clients to boost its share of a fast-growing market.
MidEast Islamic private banking set to grow: StanChart  Reuters UK
Standard Chartered Bank introduces India's first instant online Credit ...  Times of India
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Standard Chartered takes $700m annual hit for being based in UK
Standard Chartered takes $700m annual hit for being based in UK. Standard Chartered is taking a $700m annual hit on its bottom line as a result of being based in the UK, it can be disclosed.
China's remarkable short USD position
Consider the following chart from Standard Chartered on Tuesday. It makes quite an impact (specifically the light blue component): At best, the chart shows that China's dollar position has become balanced over the last half year.
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Cameron warned on risks of EU exit
Peter Sands, chief executive of Standard Chartered, on Monday warned David Cameron of the risks posed to the City if Britain decided to pull out of the EU.
Debt crisis: Peter Sands documents show warning to David Cameron of euro ...  Telegraph.co.uk
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Standard Chartered Bank Uganda Reduces Lending Rate to 26.5%
Standard Chartered Plc's Ugandan unit will cut its base lending rate to 26.5 percent from 27.5 percent on July 1 after the central bank eased monetary policy this month, according to a statement published in the Kampala- based New Vision newspaper today.
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Makers' mark: why UK PLC is on the march
A boastful boss of a major Western company once waxed lyrical about his firm's brilliance in a lengthy speech met with enthusiastic applause at an international conference.
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Big money in little Mogadishu
�He had dollars all over his body - in his socks, his belt; he was just piling out cash, half undressed in the branch manager's office,� says the chief executive of Kenya's Standard Chartered bank. Such are the informal and unexpectedly wealthy ways of ...
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China faces stimulus dilemma
�This rate cut is a clear indication the government sees further weakness in the May economic data [due to be released on Saturday],� says Stephen Green, an economist with Standard Chartered in Hong Kong. �But there's obviously a risk that the ...
When the Chinese Cut Rates It's Time to Worry  BusinessWeek
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StanChart appoints capital markets head from Credit Suisse
Carsten Stoehr joins Standard Chartered as global head of capital markets, reporting to Lenny Feder Standard Chartered has appointed ex-Credit Suisse banker Carsten Stoehr as its new global head of capital markets. Stoehr is based in Hong Kong and ...