A recent outlook on the latest Open Graph developments out of Facebook states, “It’s the Semantic Web, Stupid.” The article explains, “That’s what brands and retailers should make of Facebook’s new super-charged Open Graph that will seamlessly add user activity and intentions (‘using’, ‘searching’, ‘wanting’, ‘shopping’, ‘watching’, ‘playing’, ‘reading’ and listening’) to the Open Graph via app integration. (Oh how the poor ‘Like’ button looks so 2-dimensional this week).” continued…read more...
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The Central Bank of the Republic of China (Taiwan) held its discount rate unchanged at 1.875% and the collateralized loan rate at 2.250% and the unsecured loans rate at 4.125%. Bank Governor, Perng Fai-nan, said: "A global slowdown and consumer prices stabilizing led to the decision," and further noted "Taiwan's imported inflation will cool as global prices ease in the next three months after peaking in the third quarter." Perng also noted on the recent deterioration in conditions: "Taiwan's economy won't be as bad as back in 2008,".
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The Banca Nationala a Romaniei kept its key monetary policy interest rate unchanged at 6.25%. The Bank said: "Disinflation is expected to continue in the period ahead, so that annual inflation rate will near the target. The faster disinflation while keeping the monetary policy rate unchanged and amid a moderate leu exchange rate volatility translate into a tightening of real broad monetary conditions aimed at supporting the convergence of inflation towards the medium-term objectives."
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