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  • World Stocks Hit One-month Low, Focus on Fed

    World Stocks Hit One-month Low, Focus on Fed

    The MSCI world equity index, which tracks shares in 45 countries, was down 0.2 per cent after hitting its lowest level since mid-August earlier in the session. In Europe, the benchmark FTSEurofirst 300 was down 0.4 per cent.

  • Asian Shares on Edge as Investors Brace for Fed

    Asian Shares on Edge as Investors Brace for Fed

    Speculation that the Fed could raise interests sooner and faster than previously expected have rattled many share markets around the global and supported the US dollar.

  • Asian Shares Slip Ahead of US Fed Decision

    Asian Shares Slip Ahead of US Fed Decision

    The meeting which opens Tuesday could see the US central bank adjust its timing for raising benchmark interest rates, as critics say its nearly six-year-old zero rate policy is feeding asset bubbles and possibly inflation.

  • Wall Street Flat, but Energy Shares Lower

    Wall Street Flat, but Energy Shares Lower

    US stocks opened little changed on Monday as traders gauged the effect of tumbling crude oil prices, with the energy sector falling but bullish outlooks for retail and other consumer stocks.

  • Pharma Shares Gain on Portfolio Derisking

    Pharma Shares Gain on Portfolio Derisking

    Investors see derisking portfolios ahead of US Federal Reserve meeting on Wednesday.

  • Why Sun Pharma Shares are Down 8% in 4 Days

    Why Sun Pharma Shares are Down 8% in 4 Days

    According to reports, the drugmaker's US subsidiary Taro has recalled a blood clot drug because it reportedly did not meet US Food and Drug Administration standards.

  • Amid Alibaba Fever, Reasons for Caution in IPO Market

    Amid Alibaba Fever, Reasons for Caution in IPO Market

    Alibaba's IPO, which could come as soon as September 19, could raise more than $21 billion and claim Facebook Inc's title of biggest tech IPO. It will usher in a fall season when plenty of new names sell shares for the first time in the US market.

  • Sun Pharma Shares Fall 6% on Reports of FDA Inspection

    Sun Pharma Shares Fall 6% on Reports of FDA Inspection

    The move was likely triggered by increased drug recalls from the Halol plant, analysts say. Other analysts said an inspection was due because the US regulator had last visited the Halol plant in September 2012.

  • Asian Shares Tread Cautiously After Obama Speech

    Asian Shares Tread Cautiously After Obama Speech

    Asian shares edged down on Thursday after US President Barack Obama vowed to fight Islamic State militants, while the dollar pulled away from six-year highs against the yen.

  • Rupee Ends Lower at 60.94 Per Dollar Tracking Weak Shares

    Rupee Ends Lower at 60.94 Per Dollar Tracking Weak Shares

    The rupee fell for a second consecutive session on Wednesday, posting its worst back-to-back falls in more than a month, as continued worries of an earlier-than-expected rate increase by the US Federal Reserve weighed on emerging-market assets.

  • European Shares Fall as Fed, Scotland Dominate

    European Shares Fall as Fed, Scotland Dominate

    European stocks fell for the fourth day in a row and benchmark US Treasury yields rose for the fifth straight session, something not seen since early June.

  • Nikkei Jumps to Seven-month High on Renewed 'Abenomics' Hopes

    Nikkei Jumps to Seven-month High on Renewed 'Abenomics' Hopes

    Exporters' shares also rode high as the yen weakened to an eight-month low and solid US manufacturing data boosted their business prospects, even though US shares ended mixed the previous day.

  • Asian Shares Rise, Dollar on Top of The Heap

    Asian Shares Rise, Dollar on Top of The Heap

    The Institute for Supply Management said its US manufacturing activity index rose to 59.0 in August, the strongest since March 2011. July construction spending was at its highest level in over 5-1/2 years.

  • Asian Shares Inch Down, Dollar on Top of The Heap

    Asian Shares Inch Down, Dollar on Top of The Heap

    Asian shares inched lower early on Wednesday after a lacklustre day on Wall Street, while the dollar was close to 14-month highs against a basket of major currencies after data underscored that the US economy's modest expansion continues to chug alon...

  • Rupee Recovers From Session Low; Gains in Local Shares Aid

    Rupee Recovers From Session Low; Gains in Local Shares Aid

    Most Asian forex, however were trading weaker against the dollar, limiting a further fall in the USD/INR pair. Dollar inflows were also low following the US Labor Day holiday on Monday.

  • Asian Stocks Dip, Euro Stuck Near One-year Lows

    Asian Stocks Dip, Euro Stuck Near One-year Lows

    Asian shares drifted lower on Tuesday, with momentum from prior gains fading as investors were left short of cues with the US markets closed on Monday, while the euro continued to probe one-year lows in the uncertainty over the European Central Bank'...

  • Asian Shares Cautiously Push Higher

    Asian Shares Cautiously Push Higher

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko warned a "full-scale war" was imminent if Russian troops continued to advance in support of pro-Moscow rebels, while US and European leaders threatened Moscow with further sanctions.

  • US Banking Group Says Unaware of Any 'Significant' Cyber Attack

    US Banking Group Says Unaware of Any 'Significant' Cyber Attack

    An influential U.S. financial services industry group that shares information about cyber threats has said it is unaware of any "significant" cyber attacks, downplaying concerns about possible breaches at JPMorgan Chase & Co and other banks.

  • Asia Shares Higher as S&P 500 Breaks Record

    Asia Shares Higher as S&P 500 Breaks Record

    The positive US figures helped the dollar consolidate against the yen at a seven-month high, while it was at an 11-month peak against the euro following disappointing German data.

  • Asian Shares Firm, Euro Languishes on ECB Easing Hopes

    Asian Shares Firm, Euro Languishes on ECB Easing Hopes

    The euro slipped to a one-year low against the dollar as comments from ECB chief Mario Draghi late last week that the central bank was prepared to respond with all its "available" tools resonated in the market.

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