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Gold prices jump over 2% to highest since February 2013 as coronavirus spread spurs safe-haven demand
Business

Gold prices jump over 2% to highest since February 2013 as coronavirus spread spurs safe-haven demand

Spot gold was up 1.1 percent at $1,661.86 per ounce, after climbing to $1,678.58 earlier in the session. US gold futures rose 1 percent to 1,664.60.

US envoy Kenneth Juster calls for robust India-America relationship; slams Pakistan on terrorism
India

US envoy Kenneth Juster calls for robust India-America relationship; slams Pakistan on terrorism

The US will not tolerate cross- border terrorism or terrorist safe havens anywhere, its newly- appointed Ambassador Kenneth Juster said on Thursday

Ashraf Ghani, Narendra Modi say closure of cross-border safe havens essential for lasting peace in Afghanistan
India

Ashraf Ghani, Narendra Modi say closure of cross-border safe havens essential for lasting peace in Afghanistan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Afghanistan president Ashraf Ghani on Tuesday expressed their "firm resolve" to end the menace of terrorism while emphasising that closure of cross-border safe havens and sanctuaries was essential for lasting peace.

Why equities are higher in 2012 despite poor data
Investing

Why equities are higher in 2012 despite poor data

The cheap money is going into equities as low interest rates lower risk premium on stocks.And it is US equities that will lead the global equities higher, including Indian equities

Eurozone crisis at its peak, investors rush to safe havens
Investing

Eurozone crisis at its peak, investors rush to safe havens

Tension across world markets has escalated in the last couple of sessions amid mounting concerns about the financial health of Spain. Sovereign bond yields in Spain soared to new euro area record while stocks across Europe pummeled. A ban on short selling saw markets in Spain and Italy recover smartly.

Why the rupee is down - and only capital flows can rescue it
Business

Why the rupee is down - and only capital flows can rescue it

The rupee's recent drop will not be reversed till capital inflows resume substantially and the RBI tames inflationary expectations.