What Lagarde’s ECB review can tackle, from inflation to climate
Shift too abruptly, and the central bank could face criticism that it’s cherry-picking the data to help reach the target earlier.
Gold bull run over as prices all set to fall towards $1,420 level
Trade war has propelled gold about 15 per cent this year in the internation...
FII flows, Fed minutes, Aramco IPO among key factors that will guide D-Street this week
Initial public offer for Saudi Aramco opens for subsc...
ECB officials signal pause on more stimulus
Overcoming those differences has become the first order of business for new ECB President Christine Lagarde.
The only word you need to understand emerging markets
Approaching the end of an exciting year for world markets, it is tempting to rely on a narrative of geopolitical intrigue and trade wars.
Goodbye Mario Draghi as Lagarde era nears for ECB
Thursday’s gathering of the Governing Council may prove an anticlimax.
RBI seeks to push rupee in global play
The RBI on Friday relaxed norms for the opening of special non-resident rupee (SNRR) accounts and permitted direct remittance from India into these accounts. SNRR accounts are designed for non-residents to enable them to undertake rupee transactions that are legally permitted.
Negative US interest rates? Not likely, say investors
Fully 30 per cent of the developed world’s sovereign debt - sport negative yields.
The complexion of the stocks that perform on D-Street is going to change, & how!
A revival in investment has been elusive, as easy money is only feeding a savings glut.
ECB begins transition to new short-term benchmark
The shift comes as similar actions are underfoot in sterling and dollar markets.
Euro naysayers see gloom for currency as Draghi bows out
The euro has recovered some ground this month after sliding to a two-year low under $1.09 at the start of October.
View: Economics needs a post-crash revolution
In a world of radical uncertainty, economic models need to be seen in a new light.
Lagarde to get a harsh snapshot of ECB’s economic challenges
With a manufacturing slump threatening to spill over into services, euro-area growth was probably just 0.1 per cent in the third quarter.
Fed, ECB bend to markets ahead of economy
That has implications for both future economic prosperity and medium-term financial stability, and it adds to the to-do list for policy makers and investors.
Rupee snaps 5-day winning run, falls 11 paise to 71.02
The dollar index, which gauges the greenback's strength against a basket of six currencies, fell by 0.01 per cent to 97.48.
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