Agenix Limited (ASX:AGX) is pleased to provide Chairman's Address to shareholders at 2011 Annual General Meeting.
ABN Newswire Launches CEO Video Podcast Interviews on iTunes via the Apple iTunes Store enabling Investors to directly access key investment information directly from an Apple Mobile Device or PC with iTunes.
South Korea's Samsung SDI Co Ltd (SEO:006400) on Tuesday reported a 72 per cent hike in first quarter operating profit to 64.6 billion won, compared with a 37.5 billion profit a year earlier. This is largely due to its solid performance across all businesses, including rechargeable battery and plasma-display-panel segments.
Wall Street Tuesday posted modest gains following the report on the upbeat consumer confidence and home prices data. Technology stocks were also supported by news that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) was developing a new iPhone. Yesterday Asian markets closed mostly higher. This week investors are also looking to the US nonfarm payroll data and expecting an improving labour market. Japanese stocks broadly gained led by steel makers. Nikkei rose 1 per cent. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index was up 0.7 per cent while China's Shanghai Composite added 0.2 per cent. South Korea's Kospi increased 0.5 per cent.
ABN Newswire announces the launch of a multi-language financial news application designed especially for the new generation of Apple iPhone users. The application is targeted towards investors who need time critical breaking press releases and company news delivered to their mobile device in their native language.
The launch of 3G service in China has provided good opportunities for global telecom giants, such as Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp. (TYO:9432). The Japanese group will tap the China market by cooperating with China Mobile (HKG:0941), the largest cell phone carrier in China, to send Japanese manga in the country.
Asian markets opened mixed Friday. Japan's Nikkei average jumped above 8000 points in early trade while South Korea's Kospi was higher led by shipbuilders and steelmakers. Other markets include Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai opened flat following the falls on Wall Street.
Zylotech Limited (ASX:ZYL) announce that Microsoft has now extended and approved its OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) Agreement with Zylotech Limited (CLA #276921 OEMID:12689) on Sep 9 2008 12:00AM, to include all embedded systems manufactured by Zylotech. This significant development provides Zylotech with the recognition level needed to capture international markets.