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  • RBI Not Worried About Fed Rate Hike Impact on Economy

    RBI Not Worried About Fed Rate Hike Impact on Economy

    Ruling out any major disruptions in domestic market when the Federal Reserve hikes its record low interest rates, Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan on Tuesday said he is not worried about its impact on the Indian economy.

  • RBI May Withdraw More Funds via Bond Sales

    RBI May Withdraw More Funds via Bond Sales

    Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan said the central bank could continue to withdraw liquidity via open market operation bond sales, while saying any hike in foreign debt limits would only come after the Federal Reserve raises US rates.

  • Asian Shares Shake off Losses, Oil Firms

    Asian Shares Shake off Losses, Oil Firms

    Asian shares cautiously nudged into positive territory on Tuesday after downbeat economic data pressured Wall Street ahead of a key US jobs report that could provide important clues to the timing of the Federal Reserve's interest rate increase.

  • Now Citizens Can Complain About Upkeep of Delhi Development Authority Parks Online

    Now Citizens Can Complain About Upkeep of Delhi Development Authority Parks Online

    Aiming at making people a partner in maintenance of parks, Delhi Development Authority on Monday launched a new web application that will allow them to offer feedback on horticulture-related matters to the urban body.

  • Wall Street Ends Lower as Weak Oil Weighs

    Wall Street Ends Lower as Weak Oil Weighs

    Wall Street ended on a sour note on Friday as a drop in energy stocks eclipsed wage data that supported expectations that the Federal Reserve might hold off on an interest rate.

  • Gold Falls 1% as Dollar Rises on Fed Rate Expectations

    Gold Falls 1% as Dollar Rises on Fed Rate Expectations

    Gold fell 1 per cent on Thursday to near a 5-1/2-year low as the dollar rose after data showed the US economy improved in the second quarter, supporting views the Federal Reserve would lift rates by year-end.

  • US Q2 Growth Gains Speed on Consumer Spending

    US Q2 Growth Gains Speed on Consumer Spending

    US economic growth accelerated in the second quarter as a pick-up in consumer spending offset the drag from soft business spending on equipment, suggesting a steady momentum that could bring the Federal Reserve closer to hiking interest rates this year.

  • Asian Shares, US Dollar Move Higher on Federal Reserve Optimism

    Asian Shares, US Dollar Move Higher on Federal Reserve Optimism

    Asian stocks tiptoed higher on Thursday and the dollar consolidated recent gains after the US Federal Reserve painted a relatively bright picture of the world's biggest economy, but a deepening sell-off in commodities kept gains in check.

  • Afghanistan Says Taliban Leader Died in 2013

    Afghanistan Says Taliban Leader Died in 2013

    After months of speculation, Afghan officials announced Wednesday that they were now certain that the Taliban's reclusive leader, Mullah Mohammad Omar, died in Pakistan in 2013.

  • Wall Street Ends Higher After Fed Leaves Investors Unruffled

    Wall Street Ends Higher After Fed Leaves Investors Unruffled

    US stocks finished stronger on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve said the economy and job market continued to strengthen and left its key interest rate unchanged.

  • Fed Keeps Key Rate Unchanged, No Fresh Hint on Hike Timing

    Fed Keeps Key Rate Unchanged, No Fresh Hint on Hike Timing

    The Federal Reserve kept its benchmark federal funds interest rate unchanged at near-zero percent as expected Wednesday, providing no fresh hints on when a long-awaited rate rise might come. Wall Street slightly added to gains after the statement but quickly fell back to earlier levels, with the Nasdaq briefly turning negative.

  • World Stocks Climb Ahead of Fed Statement

    World Stocks Climb Ahead of Fed Statement

    Global equity markets rose on Wednesday, lifted by strong US and European corporate earnings, although moves were subdued before a policy statement from the Federal Reserve, which is expected to raise interest rates, perhaps as early as September.

  • Fed Policy Meeting: Is Yellen Turning Bullish?

    Fed Policy Meeting: Is Yellen Turning Bullish?

    Bullishness is not a word much associated with Janet Yellen since she became Federal Reserve chair 18 months ago, but that could change with the UC central bank's next policy meeting.

  • Gold Rises Above Five-and-a-Half Year Low as Dollar Sags

    Gold Rises Above Five-and-a-Half Year Low as Dollar Sags

    The Federal Reserve will hold a two-day meeting that ends on Wednesday at which policymakers are likely to send more signals pointing to a rate rise later in the year as the US economy strengthens.

  • Gold Prices Stay At Over 5-Year Low, More Weakness Seen

    Gold Prices Stay At Over 5-Year Low, More Weakness Seen

    Gold hovered just above its lowest level since 2010 on Monday, struggling to move higher as the market reckons the US Federal Reserve is moving closer to raising interest rates.

  • Asian Shares Skid as Fed Monetary Meet Looms

    Asian Shares Skid as Fed Monetary Meet Looms

    Asian shares began the week on a plaintive note amid losses on Wall Street and worries over China, while investors braced for a Federal Reserve meeting that might take another small step toward lifting US interest rates.

  • Gold Prices Likely to Fall to Rs 23,000 Within a Month: Experts

    Gold Prices Likely to Fall to Rs 23,000 Within a Month: Experts

    Gold prices are expected to come down to a low of Rs 23,000 per 10 grams on continuing worries over interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve and a stronger US dollar, analysts say.

  • Fed Inadvertently Publishes Staff Forecast for 2015 Rate Hike

    Fed Inadvertently Publishes Staff Forecast for 2015 Rate Hike

    The rate forecast was included with a series of bearish projections on US economic growth and inflation that were presented to policymakers at their June 16-17 meeting.

  • Drugged Horse Throws Sikh Groom Into Canadian Air

    Drugged Horse Throws Sikh Groom Into Canadian Air

    In a bizarre incident, a Sikh groom's wedding plans were muddled when the mare he was riding on threw him into the air.

  • People Need to Know Political Conspiracy Against Me by BJP: Jitender Singh Tomar

    People Need to Know Political Conspiracy Against Me by BJP: Jitender Singh Tomar

    A day after getting bail in an alleged fake degree case, former Delhi Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar today said that he has a "lot to say" on the "political conspiracy" leading to his arrest and nearly two months long incarceration.

  • Metals Hit Multi-Year Lows on Global Growth Concerns, Dollar Rises

    Metals Hit Multi-Year Lows on Global Growth Concerns, Dollar Rises

    Metal prices hit multi-year lows on Friday after weaker-than-expected data from China and the euro zone raised concerns about global growth, but the US dollar rose as a Federal Reserve rate hike was still on the table.

  • Asian Shares Skid After Downbeat China Manufacturing Survey

    Asian Shares Skid After Downbeat China Manufacturing Survey

    Asian shares dropped sharply on Friday after a survey of Chinese manufacturing activity was weaker than expected, while US jobs data underpinned the dollar as it bolstered bets that the US Federal Reserve is on track to hike interest rates later this year.

  • Asia Forex Sentiment Worsens on US Rate Hike Views: Poll

    Asia Forex Sentiment Worsens on US Rate Hike Views: Poll

    Sentiment towards most emerging Asian currencies deteriorated in the last two weeks, a Reuters poll showed on Thursday, as expectations grew that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates as soon as September.

  • India Need Not Worry About Fed Lift-Off: Nomura

    India Need Not Worry About Fed Lift-Off: Nomura

    With the Federal Reserve reiterating its resolve to break from the seven-year of near zero interest rates this year, Japanese brokerage Nomura on Wednesday said India does not have to worry much about its impact as a sustainable recovery is underway in the domestic economy.

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