Small-cap Week, April 25

Shoe Zone warns on lower average selling prices

IC — April 25 highlights

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Rallies point to commodities turnround

Iron ore rose 12% this week while Brent oil hit 2015 high

HSBC’s talk of moving HQ sounds familiar

Bank tends to get restive whenever it is unhappy with tax changes

Hong Kong most likely choice for HSBC

Unclear whether regulator could cope with such a large bank

Olam hit at almond ‘villain’ water claim

Debate between agribusiness chiefs on usage in California

Hanergy founder ups stake as shares soar

Li buys another $34m in stock after 180% rise

Chinese supermarkets: Spoiled

Too many retailers are chasing the grocery shopper

Made-in-China cars steer course abroad

Vehicles for export to US show how far manufacturers have come

Fortescue raises $2.3bn to refinance debt

Iron ore miner lifts yield to draw investors to junk bond issue

Olam chief calls for carbon pricing

Commodities trader says cost needs to be put on greenhouse gases

China cars: local heroes

Domestic marques taking a share of the home market, at last

Noble pledges greater transparency

Under-fire commodity trader vows increased disclosure in first-quarter results

BHP puts the brakes on iron ore expansion

Anglo-Australian miner slows output amid drop in prices

US warns China over IP risks

Commerce secretary says tech theft fears hamper foreign investment

Yahoo looks to boost value of Japan unit

Shares up despite disappointing first-quarter earnings

Macau: The big gamble

As China’s anti-corruption campaign dents revenues in the city, officials and casino operators are adapting their business model

China food group looks to be global player

Cofco aims to meet changing appetites at home

China needs to export ideas to compete

You cannot take on Apple in the US by pretending you are Apple

Mexico eclipses China in auto investment

Data show attractive labour costs are a key factor in the shift


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