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Rupee up 15 paise against dollar in early trade

Jun 06, 2014

Rupee up 15 paise against dollar in early trade

The rupee strengthened by 15 paise to 59.18 against the US dollar in early trade on Friday on sustained capital inflows amidst a higher opening in the domestic equity markets. #BSE Sensex #India #Rupee #NewsTracker #markets #European Central Bank
As expectations of Fed taper increase, gold drops 1 percent

Dec 18, 2013

As expectations of Fed taper increase, gold drops 1 percent

Gold fell around 1 percent on Tuesday as investors shed some bullish bets on expectations that the US Federal Reserve may be poised to trim its bullion-friendly economic stimulus. #Gold #US #Fed #stimulus #US Central bank #scaling back #consumer prices #inflation pressures
World stocks slide on US stimulus fears

Dec 04, 2013

World stocks slide on US stimulus fears

Fear that the Federal Reserve will scale back its stimulus as the US economy recovers hit world stock markets for a second straight day on Tuesday, with European equities falling the most since August, while Treasury prices rose modestly. #Gold #Libya #Wall Street #UN #stocks #Dow Jones Industrial Average #Federal Reserve #European Central Bank #stimulus
Fed hints of policy turn: Easy money could end in Dec; taper on table

Nov 21, 2013

Fed hints of policy turn: Easy money could end in Dec; taper on table

Recent US economic data is looking better and a solid jobs report for November would increase the likelihood that the Federal Reserve would start to scale back bond buying at its meeting next month, a senior Fed official said on Wednesday. #US #markets #US Federal Reserve #European Central Bank #Bonds #Global economy #Jobs Data #taper #James Bullard #US Central bank
Fed officials to decide on scaling back bond purchases at next few meetings

Nov 21, 2013

Fed officials to decide on scaling back bond purchases at next few meetings

Minutes of the Fed's October 29-30 policy meeting, released on Wednesday, also showed officials discussed how to distinguish between asset buying and forward interest rates guidance, including how to enhance rate guidance once they start to taper bond purchases. #US #markets #US Federal Reserve #European Central Bank #Bonds #Global economy #Jobs Data #taper #James Bullard #US Central bank

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Why you shouldn't position portfolios based on central bank policies

Jul 11, 2013

Why you shouldn't position portfolios based on central bank policies

Central Banks policies and actions can lead to short term volatility and also give people like us something to write or talk about. However do not let central banks actions lead you away from your longer term objectives. Let the traders play the volatility while you ride out the short term volatility for longer term gains. #Central bank #stocks #markets #PersonalFinance #market volatility
European Union vs Indian Union: Why Bengal isn't Greece

May 19, 2012

European Union vs Indian Union: Why Bengal isn't Greece

The rupee may be sinking, but it can never go down like the euro. Here's what's different between the European Union and the Indian Union. #ConnectTheDots #Euro #EU #European Central Bank #PIIGS #Indian Union

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European Union vs Indian Union: Why Bengal isn't Greece

Aug 28, 2014

Rupee Slumps as Stocks Rise

The Indian rupee has weakened in recent months, despite heavy capital inflows, and investors and analysts say it is because the central bank is intervening to protect exports, government finances and the economic recovery...
European Union vs Indian Union: Why Bengal isn't Greece

Aug 25, 2014

Euro's Strength No Match For Draghi's Comments

Mario Draghi?s silver tongue has caused the euro to plummet against the U.S. dollar to its lowest level all year on Monday. The European Central Bank (ECB) chief raised forex market expectations in a speech last Friday hinting that broad-based asset ... #European Central Bank #Mario Draghi #Forex
European Union vs Indian Union: Why Bengal isn't Greece

Aug 22, 2014

Yellen resists pressure to tighten monetary policy more quickly

Resisting pressure to tighten monetary policy more quickly, Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet L. Yellen said there was no "simple recipe" for central bank policymakers in deciding when the labor market had improved enough to handle a rise in interest ... #Federal Reserve #Janet L Yellen