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22 มกราคม 2558, 18:44 น. ECB bond purchases boost equities, euro slumps | Bangkok Post

ECB bond purchases boost equities, euro slumps LONDON - European stocks rallied Thursday on the ECB's announcement it will inject over 1.0 trillion euros of stimulus into the stagnant eurozone economy, while the euro sank against the dollar. The pledge by European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi to buy 60 billion euros ($69 billion) of bonds per month

22 มกราคม 2558, 10:44 น. Top South Korea court confirms jail term for pro-North MP | Bangkok Post

Top South Korea court confirms jail term for pro-North MP SEOUL - South Korea's Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a nine-year prison sentence for a former leftist lawmaker convicted of inciting an armed revolt in the event of war breaking out with North Korea. Lee Seok-Ki, a key member of the now-disbanded leftwing United Progressive Party (UPP), was first

22 มกราคม 2558, 9:50 น. Corruption 'hits 5-year low' | Bangkok Post

Corruption 'hits 5-year low' Corruption was seen as a problem by the fewest number of people in five years during the second half of last year, according to a survey released Thursday by University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce. UTCC president Saowanee Thairungroj said the university's semi-annual corruption index improved from 46 points in June to 49 in December

22 มกราคม 2558, 9:50 น. Asia stocks mostly higher ahead of ECB meeting | Bangkok Post

Asia stocks higher ahead of ECB meeting HONG KONG — Asian markets extended their rally this week, while the euro dipped ahead of a much-anticipated European Central Bank policy meeting that is forecast to see it introduce more monetary easing measures. Tokyo added 0.28%, or 48.54 points, to end at 17,329.02, Sydney rose 0.49%, or 26.52 points, to 5,419.90 and Seoul 10

22 มกราคม 2558, 9:50 น. Corruption seen least problematic in 5 years | Bangkok Post

Corruption seen least problematic in 5 years Corruption was seen as a problem by the fewest number of people in five years during the second half of last year, according to a survey released Thursday by University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce. UTCC president Saowanee Thairungroj the university's semi-annual corruption index improved from 46 points

21 มกราคม 2558, 20:45 น. Germany's PEGIDA leader steps down after 'Hitler selfie' | Bangkok Post

Germany's PEGIDA leader steps down after 'Hitler selfie' BERLIN - The leader of Germany's "anti-Islamisation" movement PEGIDA stepped down Wednesday after a picture emerged of him sporting a Hitler-style haircut and moustache, along with racist slurs he posted on Facebook. "Yes, I am stepping down from the board," Lutz Bachmann, 41, was quoted as telling 2

21 มกราคม 2558, 19:45 น. Bangladesh arrests 7,015 opposition activists over unrest | Bangkok Post

Bangladesh arrests 7,015 opposition activists over unrest DHAKA - Bangladesh security forces have arrested more than 7,000 opposition activists since the start of deadly protests a fortnight ago, the government said. Activists have firebombed buses, cars and lorries, killing 29 people, since the opposition called a nationwide transport blockade to protest 1

21 มกราคม 2558, 10:59 น. PDRC indictment decision in 2 months | Bangkok Post

PDRC indictment decision in 2 months Public prosecutors will decide on March 5 whether to indict PDRC leaders, including Phra Suthep Prapakaro, on insurrection charges in connection with their protests to oust the Yingluck Shinawatra government. PDRC leaders including Suthep Thaugsuban, now Phra Suthep Prapakaro, hold a press conference before reporting 2

20 มกราคม 2558, 20:45 น. Resurgent Obama takes on hostile Congress | Bangkok Post

Resurgent Obama takes on hostile Congress President Barack Obama will use a strong economy and better approval ratings as a platform to challenge hostile Republican lawmakers in his State of the Union address Tuesday, teeing up coming legislative and election battles. With just two years left in office, Obama will outline plans to move beyond the Great 1

20 มกราคม 2558, 20:45 น. Bolstered by economy, Obama takes on hostile Congress | Bangkok Post

Bolstered by economy, Obama takes on hostile Congress WASHINGTON - US President Barack Obama will on Tuesday demand a hostile Congress increase taxes on the rich, in a State of the Union address that sets the stage for coming election battles. Emboldened by faster economic growth, higher poll numbers and a string of political victories, Obama will outline 4