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Rupee crashes to all-time low on Turkish lira shock; logs biggest single-day fall in 5 years
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Rupee crashes to all-time low on Turkish lira shock; logs biggest single-day fall in 5 years

Previously, the rupee had dropped 2.4 percent or 148 paise in a single day in August 2013.

RBI's fascination with fiat cryptocurrency: Why central bank's gamble can push the Indian economy into chaos
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RBI's fascination with fiat cryptocurrency: Why central bank's gamble can push the Indian economy into chaos

The deputy governor has tied himself into knots by saying that both the existing Indian rupee as well as the fiat cryptocurrency, the RBI is toying with, would hold sway.

Latest round of Brexit negotiations end: From timing to trade, what we know about Britain's EU departure
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Latest round of Brexit negotiations end: From timing to trade, what we know about Britain's EU departure

As the latest round of Brexit negotiations in Brussels come to a close on Thursday, here is an outline of what we know so far.

North Korea fires missile over Japan: US stock futures, Asian shares plummet; yen stands firm
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North Korea fires missile over Japan: US stock futures, Asian shares plummet; yen stands firm

US stock futures and Asian shares dipped after North Korea fired another missile over Japan into the Pacific Ocean on Friday

La Liga: Atletico Madrid's Fernando Torres extends contract with club for another season
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La Liga: Atletico Madrid's Fernando Torres extends contract with club for another season

Fernando Torres joined Atletico's academy at the age of 11, and went on to score 91 goals in 244 games for the senior team from 2001-2007.

Brexit minister David Davis says there is 'no doubt' on leaving the EU, to start divorce talks on Monday
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Brexit minister David Davis says there is 'no doubt' on leaving the EU, to start divorce talks on Monday

British Brexit minister David Davis heads to Brussels to open divorce talks with the EU with a message that there should be 'no doubt — we are leaving the EU'.

Greece debt crisis: Eurozone finance ministers talk reaches dead end, additional options to be explored
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Greece debt crisis: Eurozone finance ministers talk reaches dead end, additional options to be explored

Eurozone finance ministers were unable to reach a deal for fresh bailout cash for Greece, as a row with the International Monetary Fund over debt relief dragged on.

Emmanuel Macron clinches French presidential election: Europe has their man, but they shouldn't breathe easy
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Emmanuel Macron clinches French presidential election: Europe has their man, but they shouldn't breathe easy

Emmanuel Macron is a former investment banker who has never held elected office. That will change this week after he is sworn in as president, likely on 11 May.

Emmanuel Macron is the man Europe wants; his win will soothe nerves frayed from Brexit
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Emmanuel Macron is the man Europe wants; his win will soothe nerves frayed from Brexit

Emmanuel Macron is a former investment banker who has never held elected office.

Erdogan meets Modi: India must remain firm, focus on trade and investments even with albatross Pakistan
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Erdogan meets Modi: India must remain firm, focus on trade and investments even with albatross Pakistan

Turkey and Pakistan’s relations are solid and will not get diluted in the near future, but this does not mean that India should not pursue bilateral ties.

French Presidential Election 2017: Marine Le Pen proposes two-currency system as 'euro is dead'
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French Presidential Election 2017: Marine Le Pen proposes two-currency system as 'euro is dead'

French far-right National Front leader and presidential candidate Marine Le Pen on Sunday proposed a dual currency system for France, a national currency for its home economy and another for international trade as, in her opinion, the "euro is dead".

Sensex closes above 29,000: Why the market may be moving towards a new high
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Sensex closes above 29,000: Why the market may be moving towards a new high

Stock market analysts rule out any possibility of a major crash in the market, and expect FIIs to continue to pump in funds in the Indian stock markets

Asia stocks scale 1-year high on gush of global fund flows, oil surge
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Asia stocks scale 1-year high on gush of global fund flows, oil surge

Oil prices hit one-month highs on Monday, gaining 10 percent or more in a three-day rally as speculation intensified over potential producer action to support prices amid a glut of crude

Euro 2016: Didn't see the England's exit coming, admits ex-coach Roy Hodgson
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Euro 2016: Didn't see the England's exit coming, admits ex-coach Roy Hodgson

England's now ex-coach Roy Hodgson cut a bewildered figure as he appeared before the press following his team's humiliating Euro 2016 elimination by Iceland

Rupee rises 23 paise to 67.72/$ in early trade despite steady stock markets
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Rupee rises 23 paise to 67.72/$ in early trade despite steady stock markets

The rupee ran rose 23 paise to 67.72 against the dollar at the Interbank Foreign Exchange today as exporters and banks stepped up dollar sale amid higher opening in the domestic equity market

Brexit: US banks brace themselves for the catastrophic scenario of losing trade benefits
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Brexit: US banks brace themselves for the catastrophic scenario of losing trade benefits

Two days before Britain's referendum on breaking with the European Union, the largest US banks are preparing for a catastrophic scenario that could cost them billions of dollars. Amid the volatile atmosphere in Britain, the banks are outwardly keeping a straight face.

A question of unity in Europe: What is this Brexit all about and why is it important?
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A question of unity in Europe: What is this Brexit all about and why is it important?

Here is all you need to know about Brexit and why the issue might dramatically affect the unity of the European Union.

Asia stocks gain as Brexit fears ebb slightly, safe-havens retreat
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Asia stocks gain as Brexit fears ebb slightly, safe-havens retreat

"Those who were risk averse are reversing their positions," said Yoshinori Shigemi, global market strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management in Tokyo.

Euro 2016: Switzerland on brink of history, but lack of strike force limits their ambitions
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Euro 2016: Switzerland on brink of history, but lack of strike force limits their ambitions

Two matches in and the pre-tournament suspicions can now be confirmed: the “golden generation” of Switzerland, as the current squad is often called, is desperately short of a finisher.

Euro 2016: Andres Iniesta, the 'world heritage' player on whom Spain’s resurgence will depend
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Euro 2016: Andres Iniesta, the 'world heritage' player on whom Spain’s resurgence will depend

Andres Iniesta is a 'world heritage' player, according to his Barcelona manager, and the comment is well justified: he often delivers masterpieces and he usually does it with impeccable manners.