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  • Sensex Falls 180 Points, Coal India Sinks 5%

    Sensex Falls 180 Points, Coal India Sinks 5%

    Coal India fell over 5 per cent to a day low of Rs 364.20 as the government announced a 10 per cent stake sale in the company. The stock was the top loser in the 50-share Nifty benchmark in early trade.

  • Gold Retreats as Fed's Upbeat Outlook Boosts Dollar

    Gold Retreats as Fed's Upbeat Outlook Boosts Dollar

    The prospect of an increase in US rates makes non-interest-bearing assets such as gold less attractive and that helped pull bullion further away from a five-month peak reached last week.

  • Fed Upbeat on US Economy, Cites Strong Job Gains

    Fed Upbeat on US Economy, Cites Strong Job Gains

    The Fed repeated it would be "patient" in deciding when to raise benchmark borrowing costs from zero, though it also acknowledged a decline in certain inflation measures.

  • Dow Ends Lower After Fed Statement, Oil Drop

    Dow Ends Lower After Fed Statement, Oil Drop

    Concluding their first policy-setting meeting of the year, Fed officials said they would be "patient" on raising rates as they looked past the urgent moves made by other central banks this month to boost their struggling economies.

  • Asian Shares Tripped Up by Surprisingly Bullish Fed

    Asian Shares Tripped Up by Surprisingly Bullish Fed

    The Fed said falling energy prices boosted household purchasing power, even as it acknowledged a decline in certain inflation measures and added international developments would be taken into consideration.

  • Global Shares, Dollar Retreat Before US Fed's Statement

    Global Shares, Dollar Retreat Before US Fed's Statement

    Singapore's central bank eased monetary policy unexpectedly before its scheduled review in April. It joins a growing list of central banks from Denmark and Canada to Turkey and India that have made similar moves in what is shaping up as a global curr...

  • Oil Prices Down Ahead of Fed Meet, Supply Report

    Oil Prices Down Ahead of Fed Meet, Supply Report

    The Fed is expected to release a post-meeting statement later Wednesday following the first gathering this year of its policy-making Federal Open Market Committee.

  • Federal Reserve Set to Stay Course in Policy Meet

    Federal Reserve Set to Stay Course in Policy Meet

    The Federal Reserve on Tuesday begins its first monetary policy meeting of the year to take the pulse of the US economy as it mulls an interest rate hike.

  • Gold Slips for Third Day on Stronger Equities

    Gold Slips for Third Day on Stronger Equities

    Russia raised its gold reserves for a ninth straight month in December as the country continued to add to the fifth-biggest gold holdings in the world, data from the International Monetary Fund showed on Tuesday. Netherlands and Kazakhstan also added...

  • US-India Business Talks, Greece to Guide Markets: Experts

    US-India Business Talks, Greece to Guide Markets: Experts

    Indian markets are likely to react to US-India business talks and the win by anti-austerity Syriza party in Greece polls when they open for trading on Tuesday, according to experts.

  • All Eyes on US Fed, Greece after ECB Fires Bazooka

    All Eyes on US Fed, Greece after ECB Fires Bazooka

    After borrowing rates for euro zone countries fell to record lows on Friday, data throughout the week will give more news on the sluggish health of the currency area and the challenge facing the ECB's QE plan.

  • Has ECB Fired its Last Shot With Quantitative Easing?

    Has ECB Fired its Last Shot With Quantitative Easing?

    Draghi himself insists that QE should not be seen as a cure-all to the eurozone's ills and it is now up to the 19 governments of the euro countries to get their economies in order and their finances in shape.

  • Wall Street Week Ahead: Eyes on Fed after ECB

    Wall Street Week Ahead: Eyes on Fed after ECB

    Thursday's larger-than-expected stimulus package from the ECB lifted US stocks, helping indexes post gains for the week after three straight weeks of losses.

  • Commentary: Francs, Fear and Folly

    Commentary: Francs, Fear and Folly

    On Thursday the Swiss National Bank, the equivalent of the Federal Reserve, shocked the financial world with a double whammy, simultaneously abandoning its policy of pegging the Swiss franc to the euro and cutting the interest rate it pays on bank re...

  • US Consumer Prices Drop 0.4% in December

    US Consumer Prices Drop 0.4% in December

    US consumer prices fell in December by the largest amount in six years, reflecting another big monthly decline in gas prices and providing further evidence of falling inflation pressures.

  • Asian Shares Hit by Growth Worries as Copper Slides

    Asian Shares Hit by Growth Worries as Copper Slides

    Oil prices rebounded from near six-year lows overnight as traders turned away from bearish bets stoked by a global supply glut to cover expiring options.

  • Three Signs That Point to Bigger Raises in 2015

    Three Signs That Point to Bigger Raises in 2015

    All eyes are on wages. For workers who have faced six years of stagnant pay, Federal Reserve officials trying to decide when they can safely raise interest rates, or anyone who wants the US economy to experience a truly robust recovery, the single bi...

  • Most Wall Street Firms See June Fed Rate Hike: Poll

    Most Wall Street Firms See June Fed Rate Hike: Poll

    Many economists at Wall Street's biggest banks remain convinced the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates by June, even as the markets have been spooked by a five-year low in crude oil prices and wage growth remains weak.

  • US Payrolls Rise in December, Unemployment Rate Falls to 5.6%

    US Payrolls Rise in December, Unemployment Rate Falls to 5.6%

    The United States capped its best year for hiring in 15 years with a healthy gain in December, and the unemployment rate hit a six-year low. The numbers support expectations that the US will strengthen further this year even as overseas economies stu...

  • Dow Soars 323 Points on Economic Optimism

    Dow Soars 323 Points on Economic Optimism

    The S&P 500 added 3 per cent over the last two sessions, retracing most of its 4.2 per cent loss in the previous five trading days, leaving the index in positive territory for 2015. The Dow and Nasdaq also turned up for the year so far.

  • Dow Gains Over 200 Points on Positive Jobs Data, Fed

    Dow Gains Over 200 Points on Positive Jobs Data, Fed

    The Dow Jones Industrial average rose 212.88 points, or 1.23 per cent, to 17,584.52, the S&P 500 gained 23.29 points, or 1.16 per cent, to 2,025.9 and the Nasdaq Composite added 57.73 points, or 1.26 per cent, to 4,650.47.

  • Asian Stocks Gain After Upbeat US Jobs

    Asian Stocks Gain After Upbeat US Jobs

    Data released on Wednesday showing euro zone inflation turning negative for the first time since 2009 cemented already high expectations that the ECB will embark on a bond buying programme at its Jan. 22 meeting.

  • Eurozone Falls Into Deflation for First Time Since 2009

    Eurozone Falls Into Deflation for First Time Since 2009

    Plunging energy costs have caused consumer prices in the Eurozone to fall annually for the first time since 2009, official figures showed Wednesday, in a development that's likely to reinforce market expectations that the European Central Bank (ECB) ...

  • Workers: The Poor Orphans of the US Economic Boom

    Workers: The Poor Orphans of the US Economic Boom

    It is one of the contradictions of the US economic boom: the unemployment rate has fallen to the lowest level in six years, but workers' wages have remained almost flat.

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