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Reserve Bank of India becomes world's first central bank to reach 1 million Twitter followers
India

Reserve Bank of India becomes world's first central bank to reach 1 million Twitter followers

What makes the achievement all the more impressive it that the 85-year-old Reserve Bank was a latecomer to the world of Twitter, creating its account only in January 2012

Stock Market Latest Updates: Sensex gains over 800 points, Nifty above 9,800-mark; Bajaj Finance top gainer, jumps over 10%
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Stock Market Latest Updates: Sensex gains over 800 points, Nifty above 9,800-mark; Bajaj Finance top gainer, jumps over 10%

Stock Market Latest Updates: Sensex gains over 800 points, Nifty above 9,800-mark; Bajaj Finance top gainer, jumps over 10%

Stock Market Latest Updates: Sensex jumps 416 points, Nifty above 9,200-mark; rupee rises 21 paise to 76.24
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Stock Market Latest Updates: Sensex jumps 416 points, Nifty above 9,200-mark; rupee rises 21 paise to 76.24

Stock Market today LIVE Updates: Sensex rises over 550 points, Nifty above 9,300-level; IndusInd Bank up 6%

Asia stocks pull ahead on rebound in crude prices, promise of more US govt aid to cushion economy
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Asia stocks pull ahead on rebound in crude prices, promise of more US govt aid to cushion economy

Better-than-expected US corporate earnings also lifted equities, analysts said, though overall sentiment remained fragile as the pandemic cut a destructive path through the world economy

Stock Market Latest Updates: Sensex tanks over 1,000 points, Nifty below 9,000-mark; except pharma, all other sectoral indices end in red
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Stock Market Latest Updates: Sensex tanks over 1,000 points, Nifty below 9,000-mark; except pharma, all other sectoral indices end in red

Stock Market Today LIVE Updates: Sensex plunges 870 points, Nifty at 9,000-level; Rupee slips 26 paise to 76.79 against dollar

Fed, Bank of England ramp up emergency responses to escalating coronavirus recession; push deeper into uncharted territory
Business

Fed, Bank of England ramp up emergency responses to escalating coronavirus recession; push deeper into uncharted territory

The Fed, in its boldest move to date to soften the historic shutdown of much of the US economy, pledged $2.3 trillion to help local governments on the front lines of the health crisis and to prop up small and mid-sized businesses.

Coronavirus Outbreak: European banks are well-prepared for a crisis, just not this particular one
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Coronavirus Outbreak: European banks are well-prepared for a crisis, just not this particular one

The financial impact of the coronavirus — visible in shuttered factories, empty airports and desolate downtowns — makes government worst-case scenarios, a 4.3 percent decline in European Union economic output by the end of 2022, seem mild

ECB to print 1 tn euro this year to stem coronavirus-induced financial rout
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ECB to print 1 tn euro this year to stem coronavirus-induced financial rout

Crucially, the ECB said it was prepared to increase the size and duration of its purchases if necessary and review any constraint that stand in its way - a likely reference to a cap on owning more than a third of any country’s debt.

Dollar shines as investors scramble for world's most liquid currency amid deepening panic about coronavirus
Business

Dollar shines as investors scramble for world's most liquid currency amid deepening panic about coronavirus

The dollar held gains against most currencies after a blowout in swap spreads showed investors are facing a shortage of dollars as equity markets plunged on fears about the economic impact of the flu-like virus

Gold set for biggest weekly drop in nearly seven years after rout in global equities on coronavirus-led sell-off
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Gold set for biggest weekly drop in nearly seven years after rout in global equities on coronavirus-led sell-off

Spot gold was down 0.9 percent to $1,562.30 an ounce by 0139 GMT, after a more than 3 percent sell-off in the previous session. For the week, it was down about 6.7 percent--the biggest since June 2013

Stock rebound stalls as doubts about US stimulus package to fight coronavirus outbreak response grows
Business

Stock rebound stalls as doubts about US stimulus package to fight coronavirus outbreak response grows

Many analysts say investors need to remain on guard for further market volatility because the coronavirus still poses a risk to public health in many countries, which could place additional strain on the global economy

Asian markets skid again; selling restrained by hopes of central bank rate cuts, stimulus talks
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Asian markets skid again; selling restrained by hopes of central bank rate cuts, stimulus talks

Speculation of more central bank rate cuts and possible fiscal stimulus saw US Treasury yields edge up from historic lows, and oil prices paused after the steepest fall since the 1991 Gulf war.

Gold set for third monthly gain; coronavirus pandemic fears lift rate-cut bets, epidemic may result in global, US recessions
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Gold set for third monthly gain; coronavirus pandemic fears lift rate-cut bets, epidemic may result in global, US recessions

Spot gold was unchanged at $1,642.03 per ounce. The metal was on track for a third straight monthly gain, advancing over 3.5 percent so far this month.

Fed seen cutting rates amid virus threat, low inflation to cushion economy from effects of coronavirus
Business

Fed seen cutting rates amid virus threat, low inflation to cushion economy from effects of coronavirus

Unlike many other central banks, the Fed still has some room to cut interest rates, although officials there have said that they want to see a “material change” in the economic data before they take further action after cutting rates three times last year.

Could climate change be responsible for the next financial crisis? Yes, says a new report
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Could climate change be responsible for the next financial crisis? Yes, says a new report

Banks spent last decade pulling out their economies from 2008 financial crisis, might spend next decade dealing with climate change.

China September factory activity shrinks for fifth straight month; analysts expect growth could slow further this quarter
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China September factory activity shrinks for fifth straight month; analysts expect growth could slow further this quarter

China's manufacturing sector has done poorly in recent months due to weak domestic demand and higher trade tariffs

Oil slips on slowing global demand concerns despite US-China trade talk hopes; market may tighten in Q4
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Oil slips on slowing global demand concerns despite US-China trade talk hopes; market may tighten in Q4

In oil markets, however, concern over whether Trump can achieve progress on the trade dispute has overshadowed OPEC’s Thursday pact to trim output by asking members to bring their production back in line with targets.

Sensex rises over 150 points in early trade ahead of key macro data releases; Tata Steel, ICICI Bank among top gainers
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Sensex rises over 150 points in early trade ahead of key macro data releases; Tata Steel, ICICI Bank among top gainers

In the previous session, the BSE barometer ended 125.37 points, or 0.34 per cent, higher at 37,270.82. Similarly, the broader NSE Nifty rose 32.65 points, or 0.30 per cent, to finish at 11,035.70.

Asian factories lashed by trade wars, slowing demand in August; fresh stimulus needed to fend off recession risks, say policymakers
Business

Asian factories lashed by trade wars, slowing demand in August; fresh stimulus needed to fend off recession risks, say policymakers

In a fresh escalation of trade tensions, the United States began imposing 15 percent tariffs on a variety of Chinese goods on Sunday.

Going negative? As US-China trade war rages, central banks ponder radical steps to shield economies
Business

Going negative? As US-China trade war rages, central banks ponder radical steps to shield economies

The US-China tariff war has hurt global supply chains and manufacturing activity, slowing growth in export-reliant Asian economies