Rupee slips 7 paise against dollar in early trade
The local currency on Friday declined 7 paise to close at 71.23 against the greenback.
Asia bulls dare to hope on trade talks, stimulus
In commodity markets, spot gold firmed 0.28 per cent to $1,324.70 per ounce.
Slump in spends, manufacturing worrying signs for US
The warning signs for the US economy are coming thick and fast.
During fiscal expansion, cutting rates aggressively will be adding fuel to fire: Krishna Memani, Oppenheimer Funds
"Corporate governance and leverage have been perennial issues in Indian corporate sector"
Fed policymakers see one US rate hike, or none, as growth slows
It is not clear how widely those views are shared among all 17 Fed policymakers.
Gold rises on hopes of Fed pause; trade talks in focus
Gold's gains are being capped by a strong dollar and improving risk appetite.
US Fed’s patient view on rate hikes suggests it is time to buy gold again
Arrival of rabi crops from February to April and marriage season will push demand for gold.
Indo-Pak tensions, GST meet & RBI board meet among 5 factors that will steer D-Street in the week ahead
The RBI's central board will take a call on interim dividend to government on February 18.
This is the place where S&P 500 rallies have come to die
Market technicians including BMO Capital’s Russ Visch say 2,800 is critical for the index.
Krugman sees possible US recession with little Fed reserve wiggle room
“Let’s put it this way, our current Treasury Secretary is no Hank Paulson,” he said.
Paul Krugman sees possible US recession with little Fed wiggle room
Nobel laureate Paul Krugman, a vocal critic of the Trump, warned that the US could be heading into a recession.
No end to pain for midcaps, smallcaps; but be selective
The interim Budget as well as RBI’s credit policy have supported the Indian market though.
Bezos allegations could upend American media’s deal with feds
New York law explicitly makes it a crime to threaten to expose a secret or publicise material that will expose someone to “contempt or ridicule”.
Asian stocks slip after grim US retail sales data
In the United States, the S&P 500 lost 0.27 per cent on Thursday.
Market not pricing in earnings recovery for a few quarters: Jonathan Schiessl
"Emerging market space will continue to attract capital flow as against developed markets."