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  • Up To 11 Dead In Japan Snow Storms: Reports

    Up To 11 Dead In Japan Snow Storms: Reports

    Up to 11 people are now reported to have died in a winter snow storm gripping much of Japan, as forecasters today warned bad weather would continue.

  • Franc Falls as Swiss go Sub-Zero; Stocks Jump After US Fed

    Franc Falls as Swiss go Sub-Zero; Stocks Jump After US Fed

    The Swiss National Bank's (SNB) surprise move to introduce a charge on deposits was accompanied by a cut in its main rate band and saw the franc fall to its lowest since mid-October against the euro and to its weakest against the US dollar since May ...

  • Gold Falls by Rs 50 on Sluggish Demand

    Gold Falls by Rs 50 on Sluggish Demand

    Traders said fall in demand from jewellers and retailers at prevailing levels mainly led to the fall in gold prices but a better trend overseas after the US Fed kept its momentary policy unchanged, limited the losses.

  • Remittances Zoom as NRIs Pump Back More Dollars on Falling Rupee

    Remittances Zoom as NRIs Pump Back More Dollars on Falling Rupee

    With the ongoing fall in the rupee, the remittances volume has seen a massive spike as high net worth individuals have started sending more money back home to cash in on the pricing difference.

  • Falling Rupee May Spook Rate Cut Hopes: SBI

    Falling Rupee May Spook Rate Cut Hopes: SBI

    Continued weakening of the rupee driven by external factors is likely to delay any interest rate cut by the Reserve Bank of India, according to a survey.

  • Oil Moves Above $60 as US Crude Stockpiles Fall

    Oil Moves Above $60 as US Crude Stockpiles Fall

    Brent crude oil moved above $60 per barrel on Wednesday as US data showed falling crude inventories, stemming deep losses brought on by a supply glut and signals from Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) producers and Russia that ...

  • Russian Rouble Suffers New Fall but the Collapse Slows

    Russian Rouble Suffers New Fall but the Collapse Slows

    Losses were partly contained by exporters selling dollars in preparation for paying their monthly tax bills but the slide was less precipitous than in the past two days when it fell about 20 per cent against the dollar.

  • Russian Turmoil Unlikely to Slow Fed's Cruise to First Rate Hike

    Russian Turmoil Unlikely to Slow Fed's Cruise to First Rate Hike

    The dramatic fall in Russia's rouble underscored how the oil collapse is shifting wealth and economic expectations around the world, creating a more volatile environment for the US central bank as it prepares to lift rates that have been near zero fo...

  • Why Russia Has Become a Threat for Sensex, Rupee

    Why Russia Has Become a Threat for Sensex, Rupee

    The BSE Sensex slumped to a two-month low of 26,500 on Wednesday, while the rupee weakened to 63.89 per dollar - a level not seen since November 2013. The sudden fall in Indian stock and currency markets has been triggered by an economic crisis in Ru...

  • Oil Below $60 as OPEC, Russians Keep Pumping

    Oil Below $60 as OPEC, Russians Keep Pumping

    Brent crude oil traded below $60 per barrel on Wednesday, near 5-1/2 year lows, as major oil producers signaled that they would maintain output despite a supply glut and faltering demand in Russia and Europe.

  • India Less Vulnerable to Rupee Falls: Policymaker

    India Less Vulnerable to Rupee Falls: Policymaker

    The Reserve Bank of India will also not target a level for the rupee and will allow the exchange rate to be market determined, the official added, reiterating the central bank's policy.

  • Investors Take Cover From Russia Crisis, Oil Slide

    Investors Take Cover From Russia Crisis, Oil Slide

    An uneasy hush settled over Asian markets on Wednesday as a brewing financial crisis in Russia and the rout in oil prices sent investors scurrying for the cover of top-rated bonds.

  • Bonds Continue to Fall Amid Global Selloff

    Bonds Continue to Fall Amid Global Selloff

    Overseas investors sold shares worth Rs 1,247 crore ($196.56 mln) on Tuesday, their biggest daily net sales since October 17, according to data from exchange NSE.

  • Sensex Slumps 2%; Weakening Rupee Challenges Rate Cut Hopes

    Sensex Slumps 2%; Weakening Rupee Challenges Rate Cut Hopes

    The BSE Sensex slumped nearly 2 per cent on Tuesday, marking its biggest daily fall in more than five months on worries the global turmoil will spur heavy foreign selling and force the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to delay expected cuts in interest ra...

  • Rouble Trouble for Indian Companies with Russian Presence?

    Rouble Trouble for Indian Companies with Russian Presence?

    The fall in rouble prompted Russian central bank to hike interest rate to 17 per cent, from 10.5 per cent, in an emergency meeting.

  • Lenders Fall on Fears of Delay in Rate Cuts

    Lenders Fall on Fears of Delay in Rate Cuts

    The rupee weakened to its lowest in 13 months on concerns over global economy, Russia rate hike.

  • IPL Scam: Heavens Will Not Fall if Administrators Don't Own Teams, Court Tells N. Srinivasan

    IPL Scam: Heavens Will Not Fall if Administrators Don't Own Teams, Court Tells N. Srinivasan

    Supreme Court is examining conflict of interest issues against suspended BCCI president N. Srinivasan, who owns IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings.

  • Oil Explorers Sink on Crude Plunge, Russia Worries

    Oil Explorers Sink on Crude Plunge, Russia Worries

    Russia's central bank raises its key interest rate to halt a collapse in rouble, raising fears about global economy. Russia's economy has been hit by the fall in oil prices and Western sanctions.

  • Russia Raises Rates in Emergency Move as Rouble Collapses

    Russia Raises Rates in Emergency Move as Rouble Collapses

    The rouble strengthened sharply after the decision, recouping some of its heavy losses on Monday, when the currency staged its largest one-day fall since 1998.

  • Rupee Ends at 62.94, Sees Biggest One-Day Fall in Over 4 Months

    Rupee Ends at 62.94, Sees Biggest One-Day Fall in Over 4 Months

    The rupee posted its biggest single-day fall in more than four months, tracking steep losses in emerging market currencies while domestic data showing an unexpected contraction in industrial output sparked concerns about economic growth.

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