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Stock Market Latest Updates: Sensex jumps 232 points, Nifty above 9,250; Mahindra & Mahindra, Bajaj Finance among top gainers
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Stock Market Latest Updates: Sensex jumps 232 points, Nifty above 9,250; Mahindra & Mahindra, Bajaj Finance among top gainers

Stock market today LIVE Updates: Markets recover, Sensex up 100 points, Nifty off lows; Adani Ports, ONGC up

Coronavirus Impact: Fed to launch commercial paper liquidity backstop today; participation by debt issuers may be short-lived
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Coronavirus Impact: Fed to launch commercial paper liquidity backstop today; participation by debt issuers may be short-lived

The Commercial Paper Funding Facility’s special purpose vehicle will purchase higher rated, three-month unsecured and asset-backed paper from eligible bank, corporate, special-purpose entity, and municipal issuers using financing from the New York Federal Reserve

Reserve Bank's US treasury holdings touch an all-time high at $164.3 bn in January
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Reserve Bank's US treasury holdings touch an all-time high at $164.3 bn in January

The Reserve Bank, which has been snapping up greenbacks in the past two years, has also been lapping up US treasury bills and the holdings touched a record high in January

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.

Asia stocks slump on recession fears after Dow suffers worst day of year; US bond yields plunge
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Asia stocks slump on recession fears after Dow suffers worst day of year; US bond yields plunge

The intensifying US-China trade war shows no signs of resolution and the flight to bonds signal the growing fears of a global recession

Donald Trump accuses China of killing US economy with 'unfair trade deals' as tensions escalate over tariffs
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Donald Trump accuses China of killing US economy with 'unfair trade deals' as tensions escalate over tariffs

US President Donald Trump on Wednesday said his tough stance on China’s economic and trade policies would ultimately benefit the American economy

Hassan Rouhani says US 'afraid' of Mohammad Javad Zarif, mocks decision to freeze Iran foreign minister's American assets
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Hassan Rouhani says US 'afraid' of Mohammad Javad Zarif, mocks decision to freeze Iran foreign minister's American assets

Iran's president Hassan Rouhani on Thursday mocked US decision to impose sanctions on foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, saying it showed Washington was "afraid" of him as tensions again flare between the arch-enemies

Fact Check: Donald Trump casts fog of misinformation over Sino-American trade dispute, claims US 'lost $500 billion a year for many years' to China
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Fact Check: Donald Trump casts fog of misinformation over Sino-American trade dispute, claims US 'lost $500 billion a year for many years' to China

Mueller noted some Trump campaign officials, including Trump Jr., had declined to testify while others had provided incomplete or false testimony, making it difficult to get a complete picture of what happened during the 2016 campaign.

It's everyday Americans who pay Trump's tariffs: US president's plan to ratchet up tariffs on Chinese goods to 25% worries businessmen, farmers
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It's everyday Americans who pay Trump's tariffs: US president's plan to ratchet up tariffs on Chinese goods to 25% worries businessmen, farmers

President Donald Trump has repeatedly boasted that the tariffs he has imposed on trading partners are a financial windfall for the US Treasury, but research shows it is Americans that bear the brunt of the impact. Trump plans to ratchet up tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods to 25 percent on Friday, and said the US will be fine without a trade deal since it is raking in the proceed from the tariffs.

Catastrophe bonds: It's time govt considers insurance-linked securities with increasing frequency of natural calamities
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Catastrophe bonds: It's time govt considers insurance-linked securities with increasing frequency of natural calamities

Naturally to entice investors, the coupon rates have to be much higher than the ones offered by corporate bonds and gilts.

Gold prices near four-month low as Fed Reserve stance boosts dollar; yellow metal on course for a weekly drop
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Gold prices near four-month low as Fed Reserve stance boosts dollar; yellow metal on course for a weekly drop

Spot gold was hardly changed at $1,272.01 per ounce. In the previous session, the yellow metal dropped to $1,265.85, its lowest since end-December.

Donald Trump says trade talks with China going well, suggests he is open to pushing off 1 March deadline
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Donald Trump says trade talks with China going well, suggests he is open to pushing off 1 March deadline

Trump said the real question would be whether the United States would raise the tariffs as planned.

Donald Trump nominates US Treasury's David Malpass for World Bank chief; nominee had previously criticised bank for lending to China
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Donald Trump nominates US Treasury's David Malpass for World Bank chief; nominee had previously criticised bank for lending to China

Donald Trump's nomination of David Malpass, the Treasury Department's top diplomat, is subject to a vote by the World Bank's executive board and could draw challengers from some of the bank's 188 other shareholding countries.

Ivanka Trump, Nikki Haley among possible US nominees to replace outgoing World Bank president: Report
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Ivanka Trump, Nikki Haley among possible US nominees to replace outgoing World Bank president: Report

In addition to Trump and Haley, who stepped down as US Ambassador to the United Nations last month, other names being floated for World Bank president include Treasury Undersecretary for International Affairs David Malpass and Mark Green, head of the US Agency for International Development.

Government-RBI rift: Forcing central bank to give Rs 3.6 lakh cr from cash reserves would jeopardise inflation story
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Government-RBI rift: Forcing central bank to give Rs 3.6 lakh cr from cash reserves would jeopardise inflation story

Every year since 2014, the RBI has transferred all the profits it has made to the government

Rupee recovers 6 paise against US dollar ahead of RBI policy outcome, govt move to reduce oil prices
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Rupee recovers 6 paise against US dollar ahead of RBI policy outcome, govt move to reduce oil prices

On Thursday, the rupee crashed to a historic low of 73.81 to the dollar due to the twin-impact of capital outflows triggered by surging US Treasury yields and crude oil prices racing to a four-year high on 4 October.

Rupee crashes to all-time low of 73.81 on capital outflows triggered by surging US Treasury yields, rising oil prices
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Rupee crashes to all-time low of 73.81 on capital outflows triggered by surging US Treasury yields, rising oil prices

The rupee has lost 110 paise or 1.51 percent in the three sessions since Monday largely due to strong demand for dollar from oil importers

Rupee breaches 73-mark against US dollar for the first time; opens at record low of 73.34, down 43 paise from Monday
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Rupee breaches 73-mark against US dollar for the first time; opens at record low of 73.34, down 43 paise from Monday

Higher US Treasury yields, which rose above the 3 percent mark, boosted the appeal for the dollar, analysts said

Fed raises US interest rates, sees at least three more years of growth; ends 'accomodative' monetary policy
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Fed raises US interest rates, sees at least three more years of growth; ends 'accomodative' monetary policy

The Fed still foresees another rate hike in December, three more next year, and one increase in 2020.

Gold pares losses from 19-month low as US dollar softens on reports of Beijing to hold talks with Washington
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Gold pares losses from 19-month low as US dollar softens on reports of Beijing to hold talks with Washington

Spot gold was down 0.2 percent at $1,172.48 an ounce as of 0426 GMT, after earlier falling as much as 1.2 percent to $1,159.96, its lowest since January 2017.