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Thursday, October 30, 2014
LCD panel maker AU Optronics Corp.'s (AUO, 友達光電) profitability reached the highest in 17 quarters as the company's after-tax profits reached NT$7.3 billion over the third quarter.
 > Taiwan
DBS Bank China (星展銀行中國) announced that it has completed its first renminbi (RMB) to Singapore dollar (SGD) spot deal as an official RMB-SGD market maker.
 > Taiwan
Far EasTone (FET, 遠傳電信) recently announce earnings per share (EPS) of NT$2.9 for the third quarter, saying that it is convinced that it will meet full-year guidance.
 > Taiwan
Siliconware Precision Industries Co. (矽品精密工業), one of Taiwan's leading integrated circuit packaging and testing services providers, said Wednesday that it has conducted its first overseas fund raising activity in 10 years.
 > Taiwan
Shares in Taiwan extended their momentum Wednesday to end above the 8,900-point mark as investors responded to a rally on Wall Street overnight by buying into local stocks, dealers said.
 > Taiwan
Taiwan placed 19th in the World Bank's “Doing Business 2015” ranking, down one notch from a year earlier, the global financial institution said Tuesday.
 > Taiwan
The U.S. dollar fell against the New Taiwan dollar Wednesday, shedding NT$0.022 to close at NT$30.376 as the local market steamed ahead, boosting demand for the local currency, dealers said.
 > Taiwan
Facebook shares dive as social network eyes future
Facebook Tuesday reported its quarterly profit nearly doubled but saw its stock pounded after outlining a plan to invest heavily in the future instead of reveling in short-term riches.
Deutsche Bank loses US$116 mil. in Q3
Deutsche Bank lost 92 million euros (US$116 million) in the third quarter as the bank faced ongoing financial burdens from lawsuits, new regulations and its effort to shed risky past investments.
Takata shares dropped in Tokyo on Wednesday after reports that the embattled Japanese auto parts maker is facing a U.S. class-action lawsuit over an air-bag defect that may have killed several drivers.
  
  
  
  
  
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