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  • President Obama, PM Modi Chemistry Can Lead to Positive Outcomes: US

    President Obama, PM Modi Chemistry Can Lead to Positive Outcomes: US

    President Barack Obama shares a good relationship with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the US is hopeful that their chemistry will be helpful in advancing Indo-US ties, a presidential aide has said.

  • Asia Shares Cheer as China Growth Pips Forecasts

    Asia Shares Cheer as China Growth Pips Forecasts

    The Australian dollar rose on the news even as its US counterpart gained broadly, while shares in Shanghai recouped some of Monday's steep losses.

  • Master Vegetables Like a Gujarati

    Master Vegetables Like a Gujarati

    New resident columnist Meera Sodha visited Gujarat where vegetarian cuisine is king to explore her Indian roots. Here she shares with us a treasured Gujarati family recipe for stuffed baby aubergines passed down through countless generations.

  • John Kerry Hugs French President Hollande, Says Shares France's Pain

    John Kerry Hugs French President Hollande, Says Shares France's Pain

    US Secretary of State John Kerry clasped French President Francois Hollande in a warm embrace today and said the US shared France's pain after its deadliest attack in half a century.

  • John Kerry Hugs French President Francois Hollande, Says US 'Shares Pain' After Attacks

    John Kerry Hugs French President Francois Hollande, Says US 'Shares Pain' After Attacks

    US top diplomat John Kerry said Friday his country shared France's pain over last week's Islamist attacks, after a warm embrace with President Francois Hollande who said their countries needed to work together against extremism.

  • Asia Shares Wobble As Swiss Move Heightens Volatility

    Asia Shares Wobble As Swiss Move Heightens Volatility

    Asian shares stepped back on Friday and major currencies mostly stuck to late US levels as investors caught their breath, after Switzerland's unexpected move to abandon its currency cap jolted markets already roiled by plunging commodities prices.

  • Vedanta Group Shares Come Off Cliff Across Markets

    Vedanta Group Shares Come Off Cliff Across Markets

    Market values of Vedantas group firms have come off their cliffs sharply in the Indian as well as the US and UK markets amid falling commodity prices - which incidentally have pushed valuations higher for the overall domestic markets.

  • 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.

  • Stock Funds Worldwide Post $12.1 Billion Outflows: BofA

    Stock Funds Worldwide Post $12.1 Billion Outflows: BofA

    Investors worldwide pulled $12.1 billion out of stock funds in the week ended January 7 after concerns over global growth hurt risk appetite at the start of the year, data from a Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research report showed on Friday.

  • Wall Street Retreats After 2-Day Advance

    Wall Street Retreats After 2-Day Advance

    US stocks fell on Friday following a two-day rally as December's jobs report gave a mixed view of the economy, with financial shares leading the way lower.

  • European Shares, Dollar Dip Ahead of Payrolls

    European Shares, Dollar Dip Ahead of Payrolls

    More weak data from Europe ensured shares worldwide were set to end their first full week of 2015 in the red on Friday, while both the dollar and oil prices dipped as investors waited for monthly US jobs data.

  • Asian Shares Gain on Optimism for Solid US Jobs

    Asian Shares Gain on Optimism for Solid US Jobs

    Friday's US jobs report is expected to show that non-farm payrolls increased by 240,000 in December. That would mark the 11th consecutive month of job gains above 200,000, the longest stretch since 1994.

  • Videocon d2h to Sell $375 Million Stake to US Firm

    Videocon d2h to Sell $375 Million Stake to US Firm

    Videocon d2h, part of the diversified Videocon Group, plans to list the American depositary shares, which will be issued to Silver Eagle, on the Nasdaq stock exchange, the companies said.

  • Chinese Stocks, Dollar, the Stars of 2014

    Chinese Stocks, Dollar, the Stars of 2014

    China and the United States headed the list of 2014 top-performing equity markets among larger economies while markets elsewhere ended the year on a wary note as another sharp drop in oil and worries about Greece's future provided an excuse to take p...

  • Gold Extends Gains, Poised to End 2014 Largely Flat

    Gold Extends Gains, Poised to End 2014 Largely Flat

    Investors backed away from global equity markets on Tuesday, with light volume magnifying moves, as worries about Greece's future in the euro zone pushed shares lower and lifted safe havens such as gold and US government debt.

  • Asian Markets Closing the Year On a Cautious Note

    Asian Markets Closing the Year On a Cautious Note

    The US dollar also ran into selling on its recent gains, while the euro got no respite as a host of European bonds yields fell to all-time lows after a shockingly sharp fall in Spanish inflation.

  • Lupin Gets US Regulator's Nod for HIV Drug

    Lupin Gets US Regulator's Nod for HIV Drug

    Drug major Lupin has received approval of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market a generic version of ViiV Healthcare's 'Epivir' tablets, used in treating HIV infection, in the American market. Shares in Lupin rose nearly 1 per cent duri...

  • World Stocks Rise, Dollar Firm on US Growth

    World Stocks Rise, Dollar Firm on US Growth

    The strongest growth for the world's largest economy in over a decade meant there was plenty of pre-Christmas cheer in global markets on Wednesday, as stocks continued their strong run and the dollar hovered at an 8-1/2 year high.

  • Asia Stocks Up as US GDP Lifts Holiday Mood

    Asia Stocks Up as US GDP Lifts Holiday Mood

    Risk appetite was sharpened by from revised data showing the US economy grew at 5.0 per cent in the third quarter, the quickest pace in 11 years and the strongest sign yet that growth has decisively shifted into higher gear.

  • Nikkei Jumps to 2-1/2 Week High on Rosy US Data

    Nikkei Jumps to 2-1/2 Week High on Rosy US Data

    Risk appetite got a helping hand from revised data showing the US economy grew at a 5.0 per cent clip in the third quarter, its quickest pace in 11 years and the strongest sign yet that growth has decisively shifted into higher gear.

  • Dow, S&P 500 End at Records as Techs Soar

    Dow, S&P 500 End at Records as Techs Soar

    The S&P 500 ended at a record, though trading was quiet with many market participants out ahead of the upcoming Christmas holiday. About 6 billion shares traded on all US platforms, according to BATS exchange data, compared with the month-to-date ave...

  • Asia Pauses After Wall Street Peak, Oil Pares Losses

    Asia Pauses After Wall Street Peak, Oil Pares Losses

    A revival in risk appetite undermined the safe haven yen and kept the US dollar elevated across the board, while sovereign bonds were content to sit on recent gains.

  • 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.

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