Tag: exchange

Page not found – London Stock Exchange #business #quiz

#stock market prices

#

Page not found

The page you requested could not be found.

This may be because the page has been removed, renamed or be temporarily unavailable.

  • If you arrived here by typing the page address in the Address bar please ensure that the capitalisation, punctuation and spelling are correct
  • If you reached this page by following the link from an external website please contact that site’s administrator

If you would like to search for a page in the London Stock Exchange website please use the ‘Site search’ facility above.

Alternatively, if you would like to enter the London Stock Exchange website, go to www.londonstockexchange.com

Page not found

News and events

Tools and services

2016 London Stock Exchange plc. All rights reserved

The Exchange accepts no responsibility for the content of the website you are now accessing or for any reliance placed by you or any person on the information contained on it.

By allowing this link the Exchange does not intend in any country, directly or indirectly, to solicit business or offer any securities to any person.

You will be redirected in five seconds.

You are accessing the London Stock Exchange Annual Report Service powered by PrecisionIR.

The Exchange accepts no responsibility for the content of the reports you are now accessing or for any reliance placed by you or any person on the information contained therein.

By allowing this link the Exchange does not intend in any country, directly or indirectly, to solicit business or offer any securities to any person.

You will be redirected in five seconds





Tags : , , , , , ,

About Automatic Exchange – Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development #exchange #monitoring

#

Recently, the OECD, together with the BEPS Associates, has attained a further major step towards increasing tax transparency: The implementation package on Country-by-Country Reporting for Action 13 of the BEPS project, published on 8 June 2015, foresees that tax authorities will automatically exchange key indicators (such as profits, taxes paid, employees and assets of each entity) of Multinational Enterprise Groups with each other, therewith allowing tax authorities to make risk assessments as to the transfer pricing arrangements and BEPS-related risks, which may then serve as a basis for initiating a tax audit.

COMMON TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS

Over the past 20 years the OECD has designed and updated standards for the automatic exchange of the income types found in the OECD Model Tax Convention, with a view to ensuring that information can be captured, exchanged and processed quickly and efficiently in a cost-effective manner.

With the release of the CRS in 2014, it is expected that countries will rely on the CRS for the automatic exchange of information in many instance, once the CRS and the related reporting formats are implemented.
Until the CRS becomes a reality, countries continue using the OECD Standard Transmission Format (STF 2.2 ). As also the older SMF format is still in use, bridging programmes between the two standards are available and regularly updated.

The current formats are:

  • STF 2.2 to be used for exchange as of 1 April 2015
  • Bridge version 1.3 to be used for exchange as of 1 April 2015

This bridge will be the last one to be provided by the OECD since the SMF is in the process of being phased out.

Simultaneously, both the OECD and the Global Forum are playing an active role in ensuring a timely and uniform implementation of the CRS across the globe. In that respect, a series of workshops for government officials are being organised throughout 2015, technical implementation assistance is provided to a broad range of jurisdictions and a number of pilot projects for implementing the CRS are underway.

In addition, the OECD has published the first edition of the CRS Implementation Handbook in August 2015, which provides a practical guide to implementing the CRS to both government officials and financial institutions and includes a comparison between the CRS and FATCA, as well as a regularly updated list of Frequently Asked Questions .





Tags : ,

Stock Market: London Stock Exchange, FTSE Index and Market News #free #business #listings

#stock market news

#

Welcome to Morningstar.co.uk!

You have been redirected here from Hemscott.com as we are merging our websites to provide you with a one-stop shop for all your investment research needs.

Get Started: To search for a security, type the name or ticker in the search box at the top of the page and select from the dropdown results.

Registered Hemscott users can log in to Morningstar using the same login details. Similarly, if you are a Hemscott Premium user, you now have a Morningstar Premium account which you can access using the same login details.

Morningstar.co.uk contains data, news and research on shares and funds, unique commentary and independent Morningstar research on a broad range of investment products, and portfolio and asset allocation tools to help make better investing decisions.

For more information:

  • Find out more about Morningstar and the website
  • Read our top tips for getting the most out of Morningstar.co.uk
  • Locate your usual Hemscott.com features on Morningstar.co.uk
  • See a comprehensive list of Morningstar.co.uk features
  • Check the answers to FAQs
  • Contact website support

Don’t show me this message again

Markets and Macroeconomics





Tags : , , , , , , ,

Archiving for Exchange 2010, 2013 & 2016 #exchange #archiving #solution

#

Streamline Storage with Archive for Microsoft Exchange

Enforce Email Retention & Deletion

Archive for Microsoft Exchange gives you flexible control over your organization’s email policies by letting you amend existing email retention and deletion policies or create new ones as your business needs change, all the while ensuring that your data meets the most strict compliance requirements and remains tamper-proof. Policies can be applied to selected users, groups of users or domains.

Policy-based archiving & ILM

Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) provides organizations with the ability to create ILM policies to delete expired messages, groom messages to alternate locations like network attached storage (NAS) devices, and migrate eligible messages to off-line storage devices.

Compliance Reporting Tools

Our Exchange 2010, 2013, 2016 archiving solution makes it easy to meet even the most stringent legal, regulatory, and compliance requirements with detailed reporting tools that include precise archived item counts and time-based comparisons which makes for accurate archive tracking as well as regular compliance verification.

Signed archives & WORM support

Netmail ensures that your long-term archive data is authentic, cannot be overwritten, and is immutable with write once, read many (WORM) technology which prevents sensitive information from being printed, forwarded, saved, edited, or copied by unauthorized people.

Capture data from multiple sources

In addition to supporting multiple mail systems, Archive for Microsoft Exchange lets you archive Microsoft Lync instant messages, voice mail, files, and more, as well as collect PST files and Native GroupWise Archives from various locations throughout your network, resulting in dramatic storage savings and ensuring a single source for discovery requests and compliance. Netmail also migrates legacy archives from Mimosa Nearpoint, EMC SourceOne, GWAVA Retain and more.

Archive email, Lync voicemail & IMs

With Archive for Microsoft Exchange, in addition to archiving email, you can also archive Microsoft Lync instant messages (IM), as well as Microsoft Lync voice mail, allowing you to access your content anytime and anywhere in the event of an eDiscovery request, a compliance requirement, or a simple search for a particular data set.

PST, Personal Archives & Legacy Archives Support

Netmail can collect PSTs from any location, and you can inject them into your new Exchange Archive Mailbox or view them through our web-based Archive Museum feature. With Netmail, you can automatically collect and copy all GroupWise Personal Archives and archive them into a centralized repository. Netmail can also migrate legacy email archives from Mimosa Nearpoint, EMC SourceOne, GWAVA Retain and more.

Multiple mail systems Support

With Archive for Microsoft Exchange, you can configure multiple Microsoft Exchange, Novell GroupWise, Amazon Workmail, Gmail and IMAP mail servers, making it possible to archive email from two or more mail servers at the same time, keeping your mail stores compact and your mail server performance high. Deploying multiple instances of Archive for Microsoft Exchange will also help balance the workload and enable the smooth running of the archiving process.

Long-term, cost-effective data storage

Whether you choose to store Netmail archives on premise, in the cloud. or in a hybrid scenario, our Exchange archiving software helps bring your total cost of ownership dramatically down by re-introducing Single Instance Storage in Exchange environments, taking advantage of low-cost object-based storage, without relying on a traditional database that requires maintenance and back up. Watch Video Now

Single-instance storage

Single Instance Storage (SIS) is a feature that enables the storage of a single copy of any archived message attachment. A hash value that uniquely represents the attachment file is stored and used to later retrieve the file from the archive. SIS is especially useful in email environments where messages with attachments are forwarded to many users. With Netmail, if an attachment is already archived, subsequent archives of the same message attachment point to the existing archived attachment.

Object storage

Netmail supports object store on premise or in the cloud. Instead of organizing files in a directory hierarchy, object storage systems store files in a flat organization of containers and use unique IDs to retrieve them which means that object storage systems require less metadata than file systems to store and access files, and they reduce the overhead of managing file metadata by storing the metadata with the object. This means object storage can be scaled out almost endlessly.

XML file format

Netmail employs the XML approach to storing data managed by Archive to generate a fully-indexed, application-, and file format-independent archive of all electronic data for immediate search and retrieval. It can be easily configured to meet your organization’s requirements, ensuring ongoing adaptability to the evolving landscape of laws and regulation, and because it doesn’t rely on a traditional database, it is designed for long-term compatibility.

Flexible, scalable low-cost architecture

Netmail provides organizations with an archive management infrastructure for Microsoft Exchange and Novell GroupWise that is flexible, highly scalable, and always available at a low total cost of ownership–leveraging big data technologies like object storage in order to meet records retention regulations and discovery.

Load balancing & clustering

With built-in load-balancing and clustering, Archive for Microsoft Exchange makes it easy to manage large systems automatically. Within a cluster, Archive for Microsoft Exchange will detect if others are overloaded and impacting performance. It will then re-distribute the workload between servers in a cluster ensuring better resource utilization.

Cloud. Hybrid or Virtual

Archive for Microsoft Exchange can be delivered as a Cloud Archiving Service. a hybrid service, or as a VMware ESX virtual appliance compatible with ESXi 5.1, 5.2, and 5.5, and also Microsoft Hyper-V virtual appliances. Archive for Microsoft Exchange is designed to provide rapid enterprise roll-out and scalability no matter what your requirements are.

Unlimited storage

Through its integration with Netmail Store. a low-cost Object-based storage solution, Archive for Microsoft Exchange can easily and economically archive exabytes of email, attachments, files, and other electronic data to meet your growing storage requirements at reduced complexity and costs over the long term.

VIEW THE NETMAIL ADMINISTRATION CONSOLE





Tags : , ,

The big Exchange 2013 public folders question: migrate or remove? #migrate #to #hosted #exchange

#

The big Exchange 2013 public folders question: migrate or remove?

Microsoft introduced public folder technology in its early versions of Exchange to provide users with an easy and effective way to collect, organize, and share information with other people. Legacy Exchange public folders use a multi-master model with folder hierarchy and referral techniques that are not terribly efficient but produce a great, simple user experience that couldn’t be better integrated. Exchange 2013 retains the usability and improves the back-end by moving public folders to mailbox databases that can reside in highly available Database Availability Groups (DAGs).

Beginning with Exchange 2007, Microsoft started trying with mixed success to move customers from Exchange public folders to SharePoint for collaborative group workspaces. Some companies that started using public folders loved them and invested a lot of business processes in that technology; other organizations just never created any public folders and simply don’t use the feature. Most Exchange organizations have some public folders with varying rates of usage. Figure A shows a typical public folder view from an Outlook client.

A typical public folder view from an Outlook client.

Public folders in Exchange 2013

If your organization is upgrading to Exchange 2013 from earlier versions or migrating from on-premise Exchange to Exchange Online (Office 365), you must make a decision about public folders: migrate or remove. Public folder functionality exists in Exchange 2013 for Outlook integration, simple sharing scenarios, and allowing large audiences to access the same data. However, architecture changes in how public folders work means that previous versions of public folders can’t be directly upgraded in Exchange 2013. In fact, you can’t upgrade an Exchange 2007 or 2010 organization to Exchange 2013 unless you remove the public folders first.

Since Exchange 2013 public folders and legacy public folders can’t exist in the same Exchange organization simultaneously, there’s no coexistence between versions. Migrating public folders to Exchange Server 2013 or Exchange Online is currently a one-time cutover process.

Migrate public folders to Exchange 2013 or Exchange Online from previous versions

If you must retain public folder functionality in your Exchange 2013 organization, you have to export your Exchange Server 2010 SP3 or Exchange Server 2007 SP3 RU10 public folders first. (Any Exchange 2003 public folders must be upgraded to later versions first and then exported.) You can find detailed instructions and scripts on TechNet. The same scripts are used to migrate public folder content to Exchange Online public folders in Office 365.

High-level steps in the folder migration process are:

  1. Download the migration scripts.
  2. Prepare for the migration.
  3. Generate the .csv files.
  4. Create the public folder mailboxes on the Exchange 2013 server.
  5. Start the migration request.
  6. Lock down the public folders on the legacy Exchange server for final migration (downtime required).
  7. Finalize the public folder migration (downtime required).
  8. Test and unlock the public folder migration.

Remove public folders from Exchange

Most organizations running any version of Exchange that wants to upgrade to Exchange 2013 will need to safely remove legacy public folders, either to install Exchange 2013 or to migrate public folders to Exchange 2013. Note the warning that Outlook versions prior to Outlook 2007 won’t be able to connect to Exchange after public folders are removed. Tip: If you’re running BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES), configure BES to run without public folders .

TechNet has detailed steps on how to remove Exchange 2010 public folders. High-level steps in the public folder removal process are:

  1. Delete unnecessary public folders.
  2. Move the public folder replicas to another server.
  3. Associate mailbox databases with another default public folder database.
  4. Remove the public folder database.
  5. Delete the public folder database files manually.

Figure B shows the desired dialog box when you are ready to successfully remove the last public folder from the organization. You get to this dialog box when all public folder replicas are confirmed to be removed from the organization.

The successful removal of the last public folder database from an Exchange 2010 organization.

As a last resort, if the Exchange UI and PowerShell can’t purge all the traces of the public folder hierarchy, you can manually delete public folder database data from the Active Directory configuration container using the ADSIEdit utility at the following location.





Tags : , , ,

Nepal Stock Exchange Ltd #ideas #for #starting #a #business

#stock market

#

As of 2016-09-01 15:00:00

ADBL 998.00 ( 15887 ) ( -1 ) AHPC 317.00 ( 8824 ) ( -6 ) ALDBL 464.00 ( 1094 ) ( 24 ) ALICL 1,711.00 ( 1850 ) ( -10 ) API 605.00 ( 13606 ) ( -25 ) ARDBL 474.00 ( 34743 ) ( 39 ) BARUN 406.00 ( 580 ) ( 3 ) BHBL 550.00 ( 600 ) ( -10 ) BNT 6,520.00 ( 60 ) ( -130 ) BPCL 845.00 ( 3967 ) ( 6 ) CBBL 2,090.00 ( 830 ) ( 0 ) CCBL 443.00 ( 10406 ) ( 3 ) CHCL 1,270.00 ( 4037 ) ( -15 ) CIT 4,899.00 ( 208 ) ( 4 ) CSDBL 415.00 ( 599 ) ( -11 ) CZBIL 763.00 ( 38591 ) ( -3 ) DBBL 402.00 ( 14319 ) ( 18 ) DDBL 3,085.00 ( 790 ) ( -10 ) EBL 3,406.00 ( 12798 ) ( 26 ) EDBL 770.00 ( 1494 ) ( 10 ) EIC 1,970.00 ( 200 ) ( -6 ) FBBL 619.00 ( 7813 ) ( 2 ) FMDBL 1,710.00 ( 5526 ) ( -20 ) GBIME 548.00 ( 24428 ) ( 2 ) GDBL 535.00 ( 7451 ) ( 22 ) GFCL 500.00 ( 22980 ) ( 34 ) GLICL 933.00 ( 2797 ) ( -17 ) GMFIL 447.00 ( 9687 ) ( 0 ) HAMA 328.00 ( 20 ) ( 6 ) HAMRO 547.00 ( 913 ) ( -3 ) HBL 1,648.00 ( 8558 ) ( -2 ) HGI 1,885.00 ( 9936 ) ( 15 ) HIDCL 325.00 ( 19977 ) ( 0 ) ICFC 393.00 ( 3505 ) ( 7 ) ILFCM 1,170.00 ( 435 ) ( -30 ) JBNL 566.00 ( 50175 ) ( 4 ) JEFL 285.00 ( 992 ) ( -3 ) JFL 405.00 ( 210 ) ( 0 ) KADBL 627.00 ( 1460 ) ( 12 ) KBBL 686.00 ( 10000 ) ( -3 ) KDBL 513.00 ( 13723 ) ( 13 ) KEBL 754.00 ( 10 ) ( 14 ) KMCDB 1,900.00 ( 633 ) ( 75 ) KMFL 3,150.00 ( 100 ) ( -35 ) KNBL 675.00 ( 387 ) ( -8 ) KRBL 335.00 ( 300 ) ( 4 ) LBL 889.00 ( 11342 ) ( -4 ) LFC 265.00 ( 135 ) ( 0 ) LFLC 490.00 ( 2314 ) ( 20 ) LGIL 1,643.00 ( 21709 ) ( 10 ) LICN 3,300.00 ( 2110 ) ( 47 ) LLBS 3,350.00 ( 843 ) ( -55 ) LVF1 13.80 ( 7500 ) ( -0.2 ) MBL 889.00 ( 74396 ) ( 23 ) MDB 1,180.00 ( 11173 ) ( 80 ) MEGA 502.00 ( 26723 ) ( 9 ) MFIL 415.00 ( 3020 ) ( 0 ) MIDBL 721.00 ( 10 ) ( -14 ) MLBBL 1,510.00 ( 64 ) ( -25 ) MMDBL 938.00 ( 150 ) ( 2 ) MMFDB 2,700.00 ( 10 ) ( 20 ) MNBBL 1,545.00 ( 20625 ) ( 57 ) MSBBL 421.00 ( 2075 ) ( 16 ) MSMBS 1,281.00 ( 140 ) ( -20 ) NABIL 2,365.00 ( 5878 ) ( 5 ) NABILP 1,822.00 ( 8186 ) ( 11 ) NBB 1,141.00 ( 69215 ) ( 16 ) NBBL 4,399.00 ( 156 ) ( -57 ) NBF1 25.40 ( 105398 ) ( 0.4 ) NBL 529.00 ( 34464 ) ( 0 ) NCM 695.00 ( 3012 ) ( -5 ) NGBBL 802.00 ( 7424 ) ( -16 ) NHPC 178.00 ( 25290 ) ( 2 ) NIB 1,085.00 ( 102650 ) ( 17 ) NIBPO 939.00 ( 39096 ) ( 13 ) NIBSF1 13.60 ( 5000 ) ( -0.2 ) NICA 889.00 ( 27977 ) ( -1 ) NICL 1,186.00 ( 1372 ) ( -16 ) NIL 2,060.00 ( 1448 ) ( -35 ) NLBBL 2,100.00 ( 181 ) ( -18 ) NLG 2,150.00 ( 6309 ) ( 5 ) NLIC 3,705.00 ( 16040 ) ( -20 ) NLICL 3,300.00 ( 3372 ) ( -23 ) NMB 889.00 ( 61054 ) ( -3 ) NMBMF 4,024.00 ( 250 ) ( 19 ) NMBSF1 16.20 ( 105957 ) ( 0 ) NTC 691.00 ( 6255 ) ( -4 ) NUBL 2,195.00 ( 667 ) ( 35 ) ODBL 673.00 ( 6438 ) ( 29 ) OHL 595.00 ( 774 ) ( -6 ) PCBL 703.00 ( 30565 ) ( 7 ) PFL 382.00 ( 4299 ) ( -10 ) PIC 2,270.00 ( 584 ) ( -25 ) PICL 1,580.00 ( 3278 ) ( -12 ) PLIC 2,320.00 ( 4073 ) ( 52 ) PRIN 1,679.00 ( 9311 ) ( 9 ) PROFL 245.00 ( 2100 ) ( -15 ) PURBL 530.00 ( 1794 ) ( 20 ) RBBBL 450.00 ( 6327 ) ( 15 ) RBCL 15,700.00 ( 20 ) ( -25 ) RBCLPO 14,200.00 ( 63 ) ( 200 ) REDBL 570.00 ( 10204 ) ( 9 ) RHPC 300.00 ( 2248 ) ( -7 ) RLFL 350.00 ( 3140 ) ( -4 ) RMDC 961.00 ( 2391 ) ( 5 ) RMFL 882.00 ( 11 ) ( 17 ) SADBL 482.00 ( 100 ) ( -9 ) SAFL 531.00 ( 3260 ) ( 11 ) SAJHA 315.00 ( 908 ) ( 3 ) SANIMA 808.00 ( 31171 ) ( 8 ) SBI 1,940.00 ( 2660 ) ( 18 ) SBL 1,345.00 ( 30275 ) ( -3 ) SCB 3,750.00 ( 10817 ) ( 80 ) SDBL 545.00 ( 33276 ) ( -10 ) SEOS 15.30 ( 27000 ) ( -0.29 ) SETI 484.00 ( 949 ) ( 9 ) SEWA 688.00 ( 12024 ) ( 23 ) SHINE 667.00 ( 45255 ) ( 60 ) SHL 400.00 ( 8546 ) ( 0 ) SHPC 928.00 ( 4515 ) ( 5 ) SIC 2,300.00 ( 50 ) ( -46 ) SICL 3,525.00 ( 7128 ) ( -60 ) SIGS1 29.80 ( 116100 ) ( 0 ) SIL 2,390.00 ( 1977 ) ( 0 ) SINDU 491.00 ( 8524 ) ( -13 ) SKBBL 1,985.00 ( 2199 ) ( 15 ) SKDBL 607.00 ( 239 ) ( 22 ) SLBBL 2,890.00 ( 671 ) ( 0 ) SLICL 930.00 ( 418 ) ( 0 ) SMFDB 2,947.00 ( 787 ) ( 47 ) SRBL 878.00 ( 48153 ) ( 9 ) SWBBL 2,610.00 ( 1752 ) ( 0 ) SYFL 175.00 ( 721 ) ( -3 ) TBBL 530.00 ( 57349 ) ( 42 ) TDBL 576.00 ( 29309 ) ( 14 ) TNBL 681.00 ( 3991 ) ( 2 ) TRH 287.00 ( 3210 ) ( 4 ) UFCL 186.00 ( 2103 ) ( 7 ) UFL 465.00 ( 104 ) ( 24 ) UIC 1,377.00 ( 11890 ) ( -3 ) VLBS 1,432.00 ( 40 ) ( 28 ) WDBL 580.00 ( 665 ) ( 15 ) WOMI 2,215.00 ( 448 ) ( -105 ) YETI 368.00 ( 14488 ) ( 11 )

Notice to All Listed Companies





Tags : , , ,

Email Security Products #exchange #email #encryption

#

Email Security Products

Clearswift SECURE Email Gateway

The award-winning Clearswift SECURE Email Gateway (SEG) offers an unprecedented level of cyber-attack protection and outbound data loss prevention for secure email collaboration. With its legacy in the MIMEsweeper for SMTP technology, the Clearswift SEG incorporates the latest in inbound threat protection (Sophos and/or Kaspersky AV), a multi-layer spam defence mechanism, multiple encryption options, deep content inspection control on size and types of attachments and Adaptive Redaction features. On-premise or Cloud deployment options available.

Clearswift SECURE Exchange Gateway

Apply data loss prevention policies to your internal email communications. The Clearswift SECURE Exchange Gateway ensures that internal email correspondence on your Exchange 2010, 2013 or 2016 deployments matches the confidentiality and compliance policies of your organization. Messages that contain certain violations can be quarantined for manual inspection, or the offending content can be removed through the use of Adaptive Redaction. With critical information protection starting within the organization, malicious and or accidental data leakage is further mitigated.

ARgon for Email

Adaptive security add-on for existing gateways. ARgon can be used in environments with no DLP solution or to augment an existing one. In both cases, ARgon removes next generation information threats from both inbound and outbound email. For those with an existing DLP solution, ARgon reduces the false positives by automatically removing the content which would cause the DLP solution to ‘stop block’ the communication.

Email Encryption

With TLS as standard, and cost options to provide either S/MIME, PGP and password protected files or Web portal-based encryption, the Email Gateway offers a variety of options to cater for customer requirements. Whichever you choose, the Gateway allows sensitive data to be delivered securely, in seconds, using the optimal format for the recipient.

Adaptive Redaction

Adaptive security is automatically applied in real-time based on specific regulatory or governance policy, whether it calls for redaction, encryption, blocking, moving or deleting. Clearswift’s unique Adaptive Redaction technology removes the compliance burden on organizations by removing only the non-compliant information from being shared, allowing the rest of the information to continue without disruption and false positives. Compliance protection that goes unnoticed from the end user.





Tags : , ,

MBA Australia Master of Business Administration #mba, #study #mba, #master #of #business #administration, #study,

Master of Business Administration Australia

Australian MBA programs have changed considerably from their somewhat staid and traditional reputation of a few decades ago to now exhibit a flexible response to the constantly changing business environment. This response includes the availability of various business specialisations and foci within the MBA Australia structure including strategy and management analysis in areas such as finance and accounting, operations management, human resource management, and marketing, all including both a local and an internationalised global approach. Along with this the program has adapted to become more accessible in terms of delivery with full time, part time, online and mixed mode options, along with a range of entry requirements from undergraduate degrees and work experience to graduate certificates and graduate diplomas in business and business management.

The outcome of this is an array of options with something to suit every prospective student including students on a career path towards corporate leadership, students advancing into the higher levels of public sector management, and students who want to start or develop their own small business. The program offering can also provide career changing pathways for individuals from technical backgrounds such as engineering, teaching, and nursing so they can move into management and leadership roles such as operations manager, school principal, nurse leader and beyond. The breadth and depth of modern day MBAs in Australia can even be attractive to someone who just wants to study for personal interest and self-development, although other rewards would almost certainly follow upon successful completion of a program undertaken with this purpose in mind.

This guide has been developed to make it easy to determine which Australian MBA courses most closely meet your study requirements.

You can search for a suitable program depending on:

The MBA journey begins with proper planning, and planning requires an understanding of all the important variables that can impact on the decision making process.

Use this guide along with the links and contacts provided to collect the information you need to embark on your journey well-prepared and with a confidence that the decision you ultimately make is the right one for you.

Share This Page:

Cities

States

Information

Sections

Feedback or bad links please CONTACT US
It’s Your Future. Check It Out.
Copyright 2000 – 2017 Australian Education Network – All rights reserved





Tags : , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Nepal Stock Exchange Ltd #business #supply

#stock market

#

As of 2016-09-01 15:00:00

ADBL 998.00 ( 15887 ) ( -1 ) AHPC 317.00 ( 8824 ) ( -6 ) ALDBL 464.00 ( 1094 ) ( 24 ) ALICL 1,711.00 ( 1850 ) ( -10 ) API 605.00 ( 13606 ) ( -25 ) ARDBL 474.00 ( 34743 ) ( 39 ) BARUN 406.00 ( 580 ) ( 3 ) BHBL 550.00 ( 600 ) ( -10 ) BNT 6,520.00 ( 60 ) ( -130 ) BPCL 845.00 ( 3967 ) ( 6 ) CBBL 2,090.00 ( 830 ) ( 0 ) CCBL 443.00 ( 10406 ) ( 3 ) CHCL 1,270.00 ( 4037 ) ( -15 ) CIT 4,899.00 ( 208 ) ( 4 ) CSDBL 415.00 ( 599 ) ( -11 ) CZBIL 763.00 ( 38591 ) ( -3 ) DBBL 402.00 ( 14319 ) ( 18 ) DDBL 3,085.00 ( 790 ) ( -10 ) EBL 3,406.00 ( 12798 ) ( 26 ) EDBL 770.00 ( 1494 ) ( 10 ) EIC 1,970.00 ( 200 ) ( -6 ) FBBL 619.00 ( 7813 ) ( 2 ) FMDBL 1,710.00 ( 5526 ) ( -20 ) GBIME 548.00 ( 24428 ) ( 2 ) GDBL 535.00 ( 7451 ) ( 22 ) GFCL 500.00 ( 22980 ) ( 34 ) GLICL 933.00 ( 2797 ) ( -17 ) GMFIL 447.00 ( 9687 ) ( 0 ) HAMA 328.00 ( 20 ) ( 6 ) HAMRO 547.00 ( 913 ) ( -3 ) HBL 1,648.00 ( 8558 ) ( -2 ) HGI 1,885.00 ( 9936 ) ( 15 ) HIDCL 325.00 ( 19977 ) ( 0 ) ICFC 393.00 ( 3505 ) ( 7 ) ILFCM 1,170.00 ( 435 ) ( -30 ) JBNL 566.00 ( 50175 ) ( 4 ) JEFL 285.00 ( 992 ) ( -3 ) JFL 405.00 ( 210 ) ( 0 ) KADBL 627.00 ( 1460 ) ( 12 ) KBBL 686.00 ( 10000 ) ( -3 ) KDBL 513.00 ( 13723 ) ( 13 ) KEBL 754.00 ( 10 ) ( 14 ) KMCDB 1,900.00 ( 633 ) ( 75 ) KMFL 3,150.00 ( 100 ) ( -35 ) KNBL 675.00 ( 387 ) ( -8 ) KRBL 335.00 ( 300 ) ( 4 ) LBL 889.00 ( 11342 ) ( -4 ) LFC 265.00 ( 135 ) ( 0 ) LFLC 490.00 ( 2314 ) ( 20 ) LGIL 1,643.00 ( 21709 ) ( 10 ) LICN 3,300.00 ( 2110 ) ( 47 ) LLBS 3,350.00 ( 843 ) ( -55 ) LVF1 13.80 ( 7500 ) ( -0.2 ) MBL 889.00 ( 74396 ) ( 23 ) MDB 1,180.00 ( 11173 ) ( 80 ) MEGA 502.00 ( 26723 ) ( 9 ) MFIL 415.00 ( 3020 ) ( 0 ) MIDBL 721.00 ( 10 ) ( -14 ) MLBBL 1,510.00 ( 64 ) ( -25 ) MMDBL 938.00 ( 150 ) ( 2 ) MMFDB 2,700.00 ( 10 ) ( 20 ) MNBBL 1,545.00 ( 20625 ) ( 57 ) MSBBL 421.00 ( 2075 ) ( 16 ) MSMBS 1,281.00 ( 140 ) ( -20 ) NABIL 2,365.00 ( 5878 ) ( 5 ) NABILP 1,822.00 ( 8186 ) ( 11 ) NBB 1,141.00 ( 69215 ) ( 16 ) NBBL 4,399.00 ( 156 ) ( -57 ) NBF1 25.40 ( 105398 ) ( 0.4 ) NBL 529.00 ( 34464 ) ( 0 ) NCM 695.00 ( 3012 ) ( -5 ) NGBBL 802.00 ( 7424 ) ( -16 ) NHPC 178.00 ( 25290 ) ( 2 ) NIB 1,085.00 ( 102650 ) ( 17 ) NIBPO 939.00 ( 39096 ) ( 13 ) NIBSF1 13.60 ( 5000 ) ( -0.2 ) NICA 889.00 ( 27977 ) ( -1 ) NICL 1,186.00 ( 1372 ) ( -16 ) NIL 2,060.00 ( 1448 ) ( -35 ) NLBBL 2,100.00 ( 181 ) ( -18 ) NLG 2,150.00 ( 6309 ) ( 5 ) NLIC 3,705.00 ( 16040 ) ( -20 ) NLICL 3,300.00 ( 3372 ) ( -23 ) NMB 889.00 ( 61054 ) ( -3 ) NMBMF 4,024.00 ( 250 ) ( 19 ) NMBSF1 16.20 ( 105957 ) ( 0 ) NTC 691.00 ( 6255 ) ( -4 ) NUBL 2,195.00 ( 667 ) ( 35 ) ODBL 673.00 ( 6438 ) ( 29 ) OHL 595.00 ( 774 ) ( -6 ) PCBL 703.00 ( 30565 ) ( 7 ) PFL 382.00 ( 4299 ) ( -10 ) PIC 2,270.00 ( 584 ) ( -25 ) PICL 1,580.00 ( 3278 ) ( -12 ) PLIC 2,320.00 ( 4073 ) ( 52 ) PRIN 1,679.00 ( 9311 ) ( 9 ) PROFL 245.00 ( 2100 ) ( -15 ) PURBL 530.00 ( 1794 ) ( 20 ) RBBBL 450.00 ( 6327 ) ( 15 ) RBCL 15,700.00 ( 20 ) ( -25 ) RBCLPO 14,200.00 ( 63 ) ( 200 ) REDBL 570.00 ( 10204 ) ( 9 ) RHPC 300.00 ( 2248 ) ( -7 ) RLFL 350.00 ( 3140 ) ( -4 ) RMDC 961.00 ( 2391 ) ( 5 ) RMFL 882.00 ( 11 ) ( 17 ) SADBL 482.00 ( 100 ) ( -9 ) SAFL 531.00 ( 3260 ) ( 11 ) SAJHA 315.00 ( 908 ) ( 3 ) SANIMA 808.00 ( 31171 ) ( 8 ) SBI 1,940.00 ( 2660 ) ( 18 ) SBL 1,345.00 ( 30275 ) ( -3 ) SCB 3,750.00 ( 10817 ) ( 80 ) SDBL 545.00 ( 33276 ) ( -10 ) SEOS 15.30 ( 27000 ) ( -0.29 ) SETI 484.00 ( 949 ) ( 9 ) SEWA 688.00 ( 12024 ) ( 23 ) SHINE 667.00 ( 45255 ) ( 60 ) SHL 400.00 ( 8546 ) ( 0 ) SHPC 928.00 ( 4515 ) ( 5 ) SIC 2,300.00 ( 50 ) ( -46 ) SICL 3,525.00 ( 7128 ) ( -60 ) SIGS1 29.80 ( 116100 ) ( 0 ) SIL 2,390.00 ( 1977 ) ( 0 ) SINDU 491.00 ( 8524 ) ( -13 ) SKBBL 1,985.00 ( 2199 ) ( 15 ) SKDBL 607.00 ( 239 ) ( 22 ) SLBBL 2,890.00 ( 671 ) ( 0 ) SLICL 930.00 ( 418 ) ( 0 ) SMFDB 2,947.00 ( 787 ) ( 47 ) SRBL 878.00 ( 48153 ) ( 9 ) SWBBL 2,610.00 ( 1752 ) ( 0 ) SYFL 175.00 ( 721 ) ( -3 ) TBBL 530.00 ( 57349 ) ( 42 ) TDBL 576.00 ( 29309 ) ( 14 ) TNBL 681.00 ( 3991 ) ( 2 ) TRH 287.00 ( 3210 ) ( 4 ) UFCL 186.00 ( 2103 ) ( 7 ) UFL 465.00 ( 104 ) ( 24 ) UIC 1,377.00 ( 11890 ) ( -3 ) VLBS 1,432.00 ( 40 ) ( 28 ) WDBL 580.00 ( 665 ) ( 15 ) WOMI 2,215.00 ( 448 ) ( -105 ) YETI 368.00 ( 14488 ) ( 11 )

Notice to All Listed Companies





Tags : , , ,

Stock Market: London Stock Exchange, FTSE Index and Market News #internet #business #ideas

#stock market news

#

Welcome to Morningstar.co.uk!

You have been redirected here from Hemscott.com as we are merging our websites to provide you with a one-stop shop for all your investment research needs.

Get Started: To search for a security, type the name or ticker in the search box at the top of the page and select from the dropdown results.

Registered Hemscott users can log in to Morningstar using the same login details. Similarly, if you are a Hemscott Premium user, you now have a Morningstar Premium account which you can access using the same login details.

Morningstar.co.uk contains data, news and research on shares and funds, unique commentary and independent Morningstar research on a broad range of investment products, and portfolio and asset allocation tools to help make better investing decisions.

For more information:

  • Find out more about Morningstar and the website
  • Read our top tips for getting the most out of Morningstar.co.uk
  • Locate your usual Hemscott.com features on Morningstar.co.uk
  • See a comprehensive list of Morningstar.co.uk features
  • Check the answers to FAQs
  • Contact website support

Don’t show me this message again

Markets and Macroeconomics





Tags : , , , , , , ,