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Global stocks drop as investors shun risk on coronavirus fears; Donald Trump administration unveils $1 trillion stimulus package for US
Business

Global stocks drop as investors shun risk on coronavirus fears; Donald Trump administration unveils $1 trillion stimulus package for US

In Asia, MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan dipped 0.3 percent, led by a 4.9 percent fall in Australia while Japan’s Nikkei gained 1.6 percent.

Dollar thrives, Aussie trampled in rush for liquidity amid deepening fear around coronavirus drives scramble for greenback
Business

Dollar thrives, Aussie trampled in rush for liquidity amid deepening fear around coronavirus drives scramble for greenback

All other currencies are well-below where they were a week ago as investors sell just about everything for dollars and businesses seek to draw down loans and hoard cash to ride out the crisis.

Gold rises in early trade after Fed rate cut, but pares gains as investors go for cash hunt
Business

Gold rises in early trade after Fed rate cut, but pares gains as investors go for cash hunt

Spot gold was up 0.9 percent at $1,543.60 per ounce by 0248 GMT, having risen as much as 2.8% earlier. The metal fell 3 percent on Friday. US gold futures rose 1.8 percent to $1,544.20 per ounce.

Markets on freefall: Sensex crashes over 3,100 points to 32,587; Nifty plunges 932 points at 9,526; ITC, Axis Bank, SBI, ONGC trade in red
Business

Markets on freefall: Sensex crashes over 3,100 points to 32,587; Nifty plunges 932 points at 9,526; ITC, Axis Bank, SBI, ONGC trade in red

Trump announced on Wednesday the United States will suspend all travel from Europe, except from the United Kingdom, to the United States for 30 days starting on Friday

Stock sell-off rolls to Asia, bonds rally on coronavirus risk stoking fears of a prolonged world economic slowdown
Business

Stock sell-off rolls to Asia, bonds rally on coronavirus risk stoking fears of a prolonged world economic slowdown

The spread of a new coronavirus has accelerated so much in Europe, Britain and North America that investors who once played down the virus are now re-assessing the risks, which means more volatility in financial markets

Global Markets: US stock futures fall as Donald Trump's tariff hike on China looms; two sides to resume negotiations today
Business

Global Markets: US stock futures fall as Donald Trump's tariff hike on China looms; two sides to resume negotiations today

US President Donald Trump said on Thursday he had received a “beautiful letter” from Chinese President Xi Jinping, stoking hopes of a deal.

Asia shares shattered by worst Wall Street rout in eight months; China's yuan under fire
Business

Asia shares shattered by worst Wall Street rout in eight months; China's yuan under fire

Asian share markets sank in a sea of red on Thursday after Wall Street suffered its worst drubbing in eight months, a conflagration of wealth that could threaten business confidence and investment across the globe.

Fed's James Bullard warns of recession risk in raising interest rates one more time; says inflation is not high
Business

Fed's James Bullard warns of recession risk in raising interest rates one more time; says inflation is not high

Bullard first publicly raised a red flag over the yield curve last year on 1 December. At that time the gap between the two-year and 10-year was 58 basis points.

Fed should go slow on unwinding balance sheet to limit impact of dollar in emerging markets, says RBI governor Urjit Patel
Business

Fed should go slow on unwinding balance sheet to limit impact of dollar in emerging markets, says RBI governor Urjit Patel

Given the rapid rise in the size of the US deficit, he said, the Fed must respond by slowing plans to shrink its balance sheet

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

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

Gold jumps to 2-year high as investors flee stocks, bonds on Brexit fears
Business

Gold jumps to 2-year high as investors flee stocks, bonds on Brexit fears

European equities fell and Germany's 10-year bond yield slid to a record low for a second day on Wednesday

Nasdaq plans
Economy

Nasdaq plans "dark pool" where US treasuries' buy, sell interest is undisclosed

Nasdaq plans "dark pool" where US treasuries' buy, sell interest is undisclosed

Bonds are at the cusp of a breakdown, will equity follow?
Investing

Bonds are at the cusp of a breakdown, will equity follow?

US Treasury bonds are falling, and this is indicative of the danger to stock markets. Both the Nifty and the Sensex are vulnerable.

Asia's ticking time bonds; Time to cut and run?
Investing

Asia's ticking time bonds; Time to cut and run?

Low global interest rates have made it easier than ever to sell new bonds denominated in dollars, euros or yen, resulting in a boom in issuance that has made Asia and its companies ever more dependent on debt.

Mobius sees bumper year for riskier, high-yielding assets
Investing

Mobius sees bumper year for riskier, high-yielding assets

While banks had so far used ample central bank liquidity to bolster balance sheets and buy safe-haven US Treasuries, Mobius said sentiment was turning towards greater risk appetite.

US bond action has negative impact for rupee-dollar rate
Investing

US bond action has negative impact for rupee-dollar rate

A continued positive return on the US dollar could mean a depreciating rupee. This scenario could play out over the long term.