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  • Sensex Ends Over 700 Points Lower Amid Weak Global Cues On Downbeat Fed

    Sensex Ends Over 700 Points Lower Amid Weak Global Cues On Downbeat Fed

    Equity markets across the globe slumped after the US Federal Reserve indicated that the US economy will shrink 6.5 per cent in 2020.

  • Sensex, Nifty Likely To Open Lower

    Sensex, Nifty Likely To Open Lower

    The Indian markets are likely to open in the negative, in line with Asian counterparts, after a gloomy economic projections from the US Federal Reserve dragged the Wall Street lower by around a per cent.

  • What 8 Weeks And $3 Trillion Bought Trump In Fight Vs Coronavirus

    What 8 Weeks And $3 Trillion Bought Trump In Fight Vs Coronavirus

    Unemployment checks are flowing, $490 billion has been shipped to small businesses, and the US Federal Reserve has put about $2.5 trillion and counting behind domestic and global markets.

  • US Federal Reserve Warns Coronavirus "Poses Considerable Risks"

    US Federal Reserve Warns Coronavirus "Poses Considerable Risks"

    The Federal Reserve said Wednesday the coronavirus pandemic already has caused "tremendous" health and economic hardship, and warned the damage to the US economy will continue along with high unemployment.

  • Sensex, Nifty Poised To Extend Gains For Third Consecutive Day

    Sensex, Nifty Poised To Extend Gains For Third Consecutive Day

    Asian shares were cautiously higher on Wednesday as investors paused ahead of the US Federal Reserve's policy decision. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan added 0.2 per cent for its third straight day of gains. Australia climbed 0.2 per cent and South Korea rose 0.3 per cent. Japan's markets were closed for a public holiday.

  • US Federal Reserve Slashes Rates, Global Central Banks Coordinate To Cushion Coronavirus Blow

    US Federal Reserve Slashes Rates, Global Central Banks Coordinate To Cushion Coronavirus Blow

    Fed slashed interest rates to near zero, pledging billions of dollars in asset purchases and backstopping foreign authorities with cheap financing

  • Economic Remedies For The Coronavirus Across The Globe

    Economic Remedies For The Coronavirus Across The Globe

    Policymakers have taken a range of approaches to deal with the economic fallout from the coronavirus, from emergency interest rate cuts and big spending packages to a wait-and-see-stance and pledges of action if required. Here is a list of how some of the world's biggest economies and economic blocs have reacted:

  • RBI May Not Follow US Federal Reserve With Rate Cut: Report

    RBI May Not Follow US Federal Reserve With Rate Cut: Report

    With interest rate transmission - the pace at which changes feed through to the wider economy - still stuttering and the RBI having deployed several unconventional measures to boost credit growth, economists believe another cut is far from a given, and warn it will do little to tackle growth concerns.

  • US Leads Global Fight Against Coronavirus Economic Threat

    US Leads Global Fight Against Coronavirus Economic Threat

    The US Federal Reserve on Tuesday led the global charge in response to the growing economic risk posed by the new coronavirus, announcing an emergency interest rate cut after the UN health agency said the world has entered "uncharted territory."

  • US Federal Reserve Cuts Interest Rates To Battle Coronavirus

    US Federal Reserve Cuts Interest Rates To Battle Coronavirus

    The US Federal Reserve cut interest rates on Tuesday in an emergency move designed to shield the world's largest economy from the impact of the coronavirus.

  • Gold Rises 1% As Coronavirus Risks Boost Fed Rate Cut Hopes

    Gold Rises 1% As Coronavirus Risks Boost Fed Rate Cut Hopes

    Gold rose more than 1 per cent amid investor hopes the USFederal Reserve will cut interest rates to cushion the impact of the fast-spreading coronavirus. Fed fund futures showed that traders expect a 75 basis point rate cut by the UScentral bank at its March monetary policy meeting.

  • "...No Better Place Than US": Trump Lauds His Economic Initiatives In Davos

    "...No Better Place Than US": Trump Lauds His Economic Initiatives In Davos

    Thousands of miles from his Washington impeachment trial, President Donald Trump took centre stage at Davos to tout the success of the US economy, while criticising the US Federal Reserve on Tuesday.

  • RBI's 3rd 'Operation Twist' On January 6 To Improve Transmission

    RBI's 3rd 'Operation Twist' On January 6 To Improve Transmission

    In December, the RBI had for the first time ever conducted a special OMO, similar to the 'Operation Twist' carried out in the US around the start of the last decade. A conventional 'Operation Twist' involves a central bank buying and selling securities of the same amounts.

  • Former US Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker Dies At 92

    Former US Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker Dies At 92

    Former US Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker, who tackled American inflation in the 1970s and '80s and later leant his name to landmark Wall Street reforms, died Sunday, according to media reports.

  • Rupee Moves Lower To 71.34 Against Dollar: 5 Things To Know

    Rupee Moves Lower To 71.34 Against Dollar: 5 Things To Know

    The rupee settled 10 paise lower against the dollar on Thursday. The local currency opened on a strong note at 71.36 and shuttled between a high of 71.06 and a low of 71.37. It finally settled at 71.34 against the dollar. According to analysts, heavy selling in domestic stock markets and unabated foreign fund outflows kept investors edgy. Investors...

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  • Sensex Ends Over 700 Points Lower Amid Weak Global Cues On Downbeat Fed

    Sensex Ends Over 700 Points Lower Amid Weak Global Cues On Downbeat Fed

    Equity markets across the globe slumped after the US Federal Reserve indicated that the US economy will shrink 6.5 per cent in 2020.

  • Sensex, Nifty Likely To Open Lower

    Sensex, Nifty Likely To Open Lower

    The Indian markets are likely to open in the negative, in line with Asian counterparts, after a gloomy economic projections from the US Federal Reserve dragged the Wall Street lower by around a per cent.

  • What 8 Weeks And $3 Trillion Bought Trump In Fight Vs Coronavirus

    What 8 Weeks And $3 Trillion Bought Trump In Fight Vs Coronavirus

    Unemployment checks are flowing, $490 billion has been shipped to small businesses, and the US Federal Reserve has put about $2.5 trillion and counting behind domestic and global markets.

  • US Federal Reserve Warns Coronavirus "Poses Considerable Risks"

    US Federal Reserve Warns Coronavirus "Poses Considerable Risks"

    The Federal Reserve said Wednesday the coronavirus pandemic already has caused "tremendous" health and economic hardship, and warned the damage to the US economy will continue along with high unemployment.

  • Sensex, Nifty Poised To Extend Gains For Third Consecutive Day

    Sensex, Nifty Poised To Extend Gains For Third Consecutive Day

    Asian shares were cautiously higher on Wednesday as investors paused ahead of the US Federal Reserve's policy decision. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan added 0.2 per cent for its third straight day of gains. Australia climbed 0.2 per cent and South Korea rose 0.3 per cent. Japan's markets were closed for a public holiday.

  • US Federal Reserve Slashes Rates, Global Central Banks Coordinate To Cushion Coronavirus Blow

    US Federal Reserve Slashes Rates, Global Central Banks Coordinate To Cushion Coronavirus Blow

    Fed slashed interest rates to near zero, pledging billions of dollars in asset purchases and backstopping foreign authorities with cheap financing

  • Economic Remedies For The Coronavirus Across The Globe

    Economic Remedies For The Coronavirus Across The Globe

    Policymakers have taken a range of approaches to deal with the economic fallout from the coronavirus, from emergency interest rate cuts and big spending packages to a wait-and-see-stance and pledges of action if required. Here is a list of how some of the world's biggest economies and economic blocs have reacted:

  • RBI May Not Follow US Federal Reserve With Rate Cut: Report

    RBI May Not Follow US Federal Reserve With Rate Cut: Report

    With interest rate transmission - the pace at which changes feed through to the wider economy - still stuttering and the RBI having deployed several unconventional measures to boost credit growth, economists believe another cut is far from a given, and warn it will do little to tackle growth concerns.

  • US Leads Global Fight Against Coronavirus Economic Threat

    US Leads Global Fight Against Coronavirus Economic Threat

    The US Federal Reserve on Tuesday led the global charge in response to the growing economic risk posed by the new coronavirus, announcing an emergency interest rate cut after the UN health agency said the world has entered "uncharted territory."

  • US Federal Reserve Cuts Interest Rates To Battle Coronavirus

    US Federal Reserve Cuts Interest Rates To Battle Coronavirus

    The US Federal Reserve cut interest rates on Tuesday in an emergency move designed to shield the world's largest economy from the impact of the coronavirus.

  • Gold Rises 1% As Coronavirus Risks Boost Fed Rate Cut Hopes

    Gold Rises 1% As Coronavirus Risks Boost Fed Rate Cut Hopes

    Gold rose more than 1 per cent amid investor hopes the USFederal Reserve will cut interest rates to cushion the impact of the fast-spreading coronavirus. Fed fund futures showed that traders expect a 75 basis point rate cut by the UScentral bank at its March monetary policy meeting.

  • "...No Better Place Than US": Trump Lauds His Economic Initiatives In Davos

    "...No Better Place Than US": Trump Lauds His Economic Initiatives In Davos

    Thousands of miles from his Washington impeachment trial, President Donald Trump took centre stage at Davos to tout the success of the US economy, while criticising the US Federal Reserve on Tuesday.

  • RBI's 3rd 'Operation Twist' On January 6 To Improve Transmission

    RBI's 3rd 'Operation Twist' On January 6 To Improve Transmission

    In December, the RBI had for the first time ever conducted a special OMO, similar to the 'Operation Twist' carried out in the US around the start of the last decade. A conventional 'Operation Twist' involves a central bank buying and selling securities of the same amounts.

  • Former US Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker Dies At 92

    Former US Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker Dies At 92

    Former US Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker, who tackled American inflation in the 1970s and '80s and later leant his name to landmark Wall Street reforms, died Sunday, according to media reports.

  • Rupee Moves Lower To 71.34 Against Dollar: 5 Things To Know

    Rupee Moves Lower To 71.34 Against Dollar: 5 Things To Know

    The rupee settled 10 paise lower against the dollar on Thursday. The local currency opened on a strong note at 71.36 and shuttled between a high of 71.06 and a low of 71.37. It finally settled at 71.34 against the dollar. According to analysts, heavy selling in domestic stock markets and unabated foreign fund outflows kept investors edgy. Investors...

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