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  • Asia Stocks Boast Biggest Rise in 15 Months

    Asia Stocks Boast Biggest Rise in 15 Months

    Asian shares enjoyed their best day in 15 months on Friday, after Wall Street boasted its biggest two-day advance since late 2011 amid relief the Federal Reserve was in no rush to withdraw stimulus from the US economy.

  • Asia Relieved by Wall Street Bounce, Upbeat Fed

    Asia Relieved by Wall Street Bounce, Upbeat Fed

    The jitters of recent days also calmed a touch as Russia managed to stabilise its rouble, if only for now, and oil prices eked out a rare bounce. As risk aversion ebbed, US bond yields rose and the dollar regained some lost ground.

  • Asia Markets Encouraged by Wall Street Bounce, Upbeat Fed

    Asia Markets Encouraged by Wall Street Bounce, Upbeat Fed

    The jitters of recent days also calmed a touch as Russia managed to stabilise its rouble, if only for now, and oil prices eked out a rare bounce. As risk aversion ebbed, US bond yields rose and the dollar regained some lost ground.

  • Why TCS Shares Have Hit Five-Month Low

    Why TCS Shares Have Hit Five-Month Low

    TCS was the top Nifty loser today, falling to its lowest intraday level since July 17. The selloff in TCS has come despite the rupee weakening past 62.50 against the dollar and data points from the US suggesting a pickup in the economy. The US is the...

  • Asian Shares Fall to Nine-Month Low as Oil Prices Sink

    Asian Shares Fall to Nine-Month Low as Oil Prices Sink

    Investors were nervous after US shares posted their biggest weekly fall in 2-1/2-years last week on losses led by energy sector, and as they expect the US Federal Reserve to hint this week it is getting closer to raising interest rates.

  • Oil Plunges to 5 1/2-Year Low, Asian Shares on Defensive

    Oil Plunges to 5 1/2-Year Low, Asian Shares on Defensive

    Investors were nervous after US shares posted their biggest weekly fall in 2 1/2-years last week on losses led by energy sector, and as they expect the US Federal Reserve to hint this week it is getting closer to raising interest rates.

  • Nikkei Gains on Weak Yen, Strong US Data

    Nikkei Gains on Weak Yen, Strong US Data

    Japan's Nikkei stock average was up 0.4 per cent in early trade, as a weaker yen helped exporter shares, but was poised to book a loss of more than 3 percent for the week.

  • Dow Jones Falls 1.5% as Oil Shares Tumble

    Dow Jones Falls 1.5% as Oil Shares Tumble

    Dow members ExxonMobil and Chevron skidded nearly 3.0 per cent and 2.0 per cent, respectively. Occidental Petroleum fell 3.0 per cent and oil services company Weatherford International plummeted 7.0 per cent.

  • Dollar Gets a Lift from Fed Talk, No Relief for Oil

    Dollar Gets a Lift from Fed Talk, No Relief for Oil

    Oil prices also extended their long crash with US crude hitting its lowest in five years amid a glut of supply and pressuring energy stocks globally.

  • Asia Stocks Dip, Sombre Data Offsets Strong US Job Numbers

    Asia Stocks Dip, Sombre Data Offsets Strong US Job Numbers

    Spreadbetters expected a subdued start for European stocks, forecasting Britain's FTSE, Germany's DAX and France's CAC to open effectively flat.

  • Asia Ekes Out Gains, Sombre Data Offsets Robust US Jobs Numbers

    Asia Ekes Out Gains, Sombre Data Offsets Robust US Jobs Numbers

    The dollar hovered at multi-year highs against the yen after Treasury yields spiked on the robust US employment report.

  • Asia Stocks Firm After Robust US Jobs Data, Dollar Stands Tall

    Asia Stocks Firm After Robust US Jobs Data, Dollar Stands Tall

    Asian stocks stood firm and the dollar notched fresh seven-year highs against the yen on Monday after much stronger-than-expected jobs data underlined the strength of the US economy.

  • Nikkei Share Average Opens 0.47% Higher

    Nikkei Share Average Opens 0.47% Higher

    Tokyo stocks opened 0.47 percent higher on Monday after robust US jobs data boosted the dollar above 121 yen, which benefits Japanese exporters.

  • Wall Street Week Ahead: As Energy Shares Tumble, Opportunity Lurks

    Wall Street Week Ahead: As Energy Shares Tumble, Opportunity Lurks

    Shale stocks have been hard-hit as investors see margins all but evaporating following the slide in crude oil prices, but the US shale energy boom is not over.

  • Uber CEO Must Turn Over Emails in Gratuity Lawsuit, US Judge Rules

    Uber CEO Must Turn Over Emails in Gratuity Lawsuit, US Judge Rules

    The lawsuit accuses Uber of misleading customers about how it shares gratuities with drivers.

  • Bharti Airtel, Bajaj Auto Shares Hit by Nigeria Devaluation

    Bharti Airtel, Bajaj Auto Shares Hit by Nigeria Devaluation

    Bharti Airtel and Bajaj Auto shares fell today after Nigeria, which is one of their biggest overseas markets, announced a devaluation of its currency naira. Nigerian central bank has pegged the Naira at 168 to the US dollar, which is 8.4 per cent low...

  • Asia Shares Climb on US Optimism, Oil Pressured Before OPEC

    Asia Shares Climb on US Optimism, Oil Pressured Before OPEC

    Oil prices were also under pressure as major oil producing nations failed to agree on curbs to output ahead of an OPEC meeting on Thursday.

  • Asia Shares Take Comfort From US Data, Yen Nurses Losses

    Asia Shares Take Comfort From US Data, Yen Nurses Losses

    Asian shares took solace from data showing broad US economic strength even as signs of spreading weakness in China and Europe checked risk appetite, while the yen nursed its losses after sliding to multiyear lows against the dollar and euro overnight...

  • Japanese Shares Rebound, Helped by US Megadeals

    Japanese Shares Rebound, Helped by US Megadeals

    The Japanese yen traded at 116.77 yen to the dollar, near a seven-year low of 117.06 hit in the wake of Monday's shocking GDP data. Gold lost momentum on the dollar's strength, trading at $1,186.30 off a 2 1/2-week high of $1,193.95 hit on Monday.

  • Wal-Mart's US Same-Store Sales Show First Growth in 7 Quarters

    Wal-Mart's US Same-Store Sales Show First Growth in 7 Quarters

    Wal-Mart's shares rose 2.2 per cent in premarket trading.

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