Fund research firm Lipper says CPFIS-included funds lost on average 1.53 per cent of their value in the three months ended June, but for the 12-month period ended June, CPFIS-included funds returned 6.5 per cent.
Central Pacific Financial Corp. (NYSE: CPF) (the "Company"), parent company of Central Pacific Bank (the "Bank"), announced today that ACMO-CPF, L.L.C. and Carlyle Financial Services Harbor, L.P. intend to offer for sale an aggregate of 3,000,000...
TODAY reports: The pain caused by Central Provident Fund (CPF) changes will be soothed by help from the Government in other areas, such as the extension of the Wage Credit Scheme (WCS) and deferment of foreign worker levy hikes, businesses say.
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