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Crude costs money again after shock crash to below zero, rattles investors; stocks stay in doldrums
Business

Crude costs money again after shock crash to below zero, rattles investors; stocks stay in doldrums

Monday’s plunge in US crude came as the May contract expiry looms at the end of Tuesday trade.

Gold climbs to two-week high as coronavirus fears spark safety buying; outbreak likely to impact China's economy
Business

Gold climbs to two-week high as coronavirus fears spark safety buying; outbreak likely to impact China's economy

Gold is considered a safe investment during times of political and economic uncertainty.

Oil drops as volatile markets, supply surge unsettle investors; US crude production at record high in 2018
Business

Oil drops as volatile markets, supply surge unsettle investors; US crude production at record high in 2018

The slowdown in China and turmoil in stock and currency markets is making investors nervous, including in oil markets.

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

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.

Xi Jinping's unprecedented power consolidation in China 'triggering anxiety': Hillary Clinton
World

Xi Jinping's unprecedented power consolidation in China 'triggering anxiety': Hillary Clinton

The unprecedented consolidation of power by Chinese president Xi Jinping has triggered "anxiety" about "bullying" by China, Hillary Clinton said.

Yen, bonds and gold gain on North Korea nuclear test, missile report
Business

Yen, bonds and gold gain on North Korea nuclear test, missile report

European bourses looked set to open lower with Eurostoxx 50 and FTSE futures off 0.4 percent and the DAX contract down 0.6 percent.

Sharp launches second Android One mobile called X1 with 3 GB RAM and Snapdragon 435
News & Analysis

Sharp launches second Android One mobile called X1 with 3 GB RAM and Snapdragon 435

Japanese electronics company Sharp has launched its second smartphone under the Android One scheme, dubbed as the X1.

US Fed hikes rate: Dollar crunched, bonds boosted on hopes of gradual rises
Business

US Fed hikes rate: Dollar crunched, bonds boosted on hopes of gradual rises

Analysts are saying buy emerging market FX, equities and commodities as US Fed has made world safe for risk until June

SoftBank has reported a loss of about $350mn on investments in Ola and Snapdeal
News & Analysis

SoftBank has reported a loss of about $350mn on investments in Ola and Snapdeal

Japan's SoftBank Corp has booked an investment loss of 39.28 billion yen (USD 350 million) on its investments in India, including those in cab-hailing firm Ola and e-commerce company Snapdeal.

Strong Yen pushes Nintendo to cut down annual profit estimates
News & Analysis

Strong Yen pushes Nintendo to cut down annual profit estimates

Japanese videogames maker Nintendo Co cut its annual profit outlook by a third on Wednesday as a strong yen erodes income earned overseas and overwhelms an earnings bounce from its surprise hit smartphone game Pokemon GO.

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

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

BOJ eases policy by doubling ETF buying, underwhelms expectations
Business

BOJ eases policy by doubling ETF buying, underwhelms expectations

The central bank maintained its base money target at 80 trillion yen ($775 billion) as well as the pace of purchases for other assets including Japanese government bonds

LINE may raise upto $1.3 billion as it prices IPO at top of the range
News & Analysis

LINE may raise upto $1.3 billion as it prices IPO at top of the range

Japanese messaging app firm Line Corp priced its initial public offering at the top of its marketed range, putting it on track to raise as much as $1.3 billion and reflecting robust appetite for the world's biggest tech listing this year.

Forex reserves hit all-time high of $355.947 bn in week ended 18 March
Business

Forex reserves hit all-time high of $355.947 bn in week ended 18 March

The reserves previously had touched a high of $355.46 billion in the week ended 19 June last year

Yuan making its way into the SDR basket is no big deal
Business

Yuan making its way into the SDR basket is no big deal

Yuan inspires confidence only among those who have strong economic ties with China

Rupee gains 12 paise, closes at 62.22/$
Business

Rupee gains 12 paise, closes at 62.22/$

Bucking the weak trend in Indian shares, the rupee today closed with a gain of 12 paise against the American currency at 62.22 on selling of dollars by banks and exporters.

Rupee snaps two-session gain, falls 18 paise to close at 62.34/$
Business

Rupee snaps two-session gain, falls 18 paise to close at 62.34/$

The Indian rupee today snapped its two-session uptrend against the American currency, falling 18 paise to close at 62.34 on fresh dollar demand from banks and importers.