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Mahesh Nayak
Delhi, August 9, 2017
Not everyone agrees that the market boom is completely out of proportion to the state of the economy. Some believe corporate performance having been mediocre, it can only get better in future and market sentiment reflects that.

BT Online
July 14, 2017
With the trust of 73 per cent of India's population, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government has emerged at the very top of the OECD's governmental confidence league.

February 21, 2017
Asian stocks held ground on Tuesday though Chinese equities surged to a fresh two-month high as domestic funds piled into financial counters on expectations the world's second biggest economy may have turned a corner.

February 14, 2017
The dollar stumbled against major currencies overnight after U.S. President Donald Trump's national security advisor Michael Flynn quit under scrutiny over whether he discussed the possibility of lifting U.S. sanctions on Russia before Trump took office.

By Mahesh Nayak
July 27, 2016
The rise in the Indian market is not a domestic phenomenon but a global phenomenon. The rise in the Indian equity market is comparatively much smaller than its peers in the emerging market.

Tokyo, May 26, 2016
While energy stocks outperformed, a slump in mainland China stocks to 2-1/2 month lows dampened any broader interest in riskier assets in Asia, offsetting overnight gains on Wall Street.

Tokyo, May 25, 2016
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 1.6 per cent while Japan's Nikkei surged 1.8 per cent as exporters got a boost from a weaker yen.

Associated Press
Washington, May 24, 2016
The International Monetary Fund is calling on European creditor nations to commit to \"upfront unconditional\" debt relief for Greece as part of an international rescue program for the debt-laden nation.

Frankfurt, May 20, 2016
Automaker Volkswagen and Germany's industrial union have agreed to increase wages 4.8 per cent by next year in an economy where the cost of living is flat the kind of raises that could help the 19-country eurozone lift inflation from dangerously low levels.

Tokyo, May 11, 2016
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan edged up 0.4 per cent in early trade, recovering from an eight-week low touched on Tuesday while Japan's Nikkei rose 1.0 per cent.

Tokyo, April 4, 2016
Oil prices showed signs of fatigue after last quarter's rebound, extending their decline on Friday following comments from a powerful Saudi prince that raised doubts about the chance of any output freeze deal later this month.

Yoshita Singh
New York, December 9, 2015
61-year-old Merkel, one of the most powerful women in the world, is the first female Person of the Year in almost three decades.

Tokyo, November 16, 2015
Data released before the Tokyo market opened showed that Japan's economy slipped back into recession in the July-September quarter.

Hong Kong, September 22, 2015
\"Whether it was Greece, or China devaluation or speculations about rate hike by the US Fed. Everyday, something or the other impacts the market. We cannot really hedge our bets (on these factors),\" FM Arun Jaitley said.

Renee Maltezou, George Georgiopoulos and Michele Kambas
Athens, September 21, 2015
A source close to developments said the party would turn once again to the small right-wing Independent Greeks party to form a coalition, restoring the alliance that first brought Tsipras to power nine months ago.

Anand Adhikari
September 11, 2015
China's slowdown has hit at a time when US is showing signs of recovery. As a result, rupee suffered a 4.5 per cent depreciation since January 2015. But, should India worry if a currency war kicks off?

Lalit K Jha
Washington, September 3, 2015
The International Monetary Fund said on Thursday that external vulnerabilities for India have decreased but some macroeconomic imbalances remain.

Renee Maltezou and Deepa Babington
Athens, August 28, 2015
Vassiliki Thanou, an opponent of austerity who has argued against wage cuts for judges and court officials, and her new interim government will remain in place at least until parliamentary elections are held.

Paul Wiseman and David Mchugh
Washington , August 25, 2015
The free-fall in the markets, in the words of David Kelly, chief global strategist at JP Morgan Funds, is \"Made in China.\" This year, the IMF expects China's economy to grow 6.8%, which would be its weakest peace since 1990.

Elena Becatoros and Nicholas Paphitis
Athens, August 21, 2015
Alexis Tsipras called in early elections, hoping for a new, stronger mandate to implement a three-year bailout program that sparked a rebellion within his radical left party.

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