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Mumbai, June 16, 2011
In New York trade, the precious metals moved up on concerns over Greece debt crises though strong dollar kept the metals in range.

Srivatsa Krishna
May 26, 2011
The author insists the world is not as globalised as we believe, says Srivatsa Krishna.

Associated Press
Frankfurt, April 7, 2011
The European Central Bank is raising its main interest rate by a quarter of a percentage point to fight inflation despite the debt problems afflicting Portugal, Greece and Ireland.

B.S. Srinivasalu Reddy
Mumbai, March 8, 2011
Oil prices shot up to over $100 per barrel in New York as strife in Libya, Bahrain and other oil producing countries in the West Asia show no signs of ending.

New Delhi, March 8, 2011
The manufacturing sector leads the way with a hiring outlook of 56 per cent, followed by finance, insurance and real estate (55 per cent).

New Delhi, February 25, 2011
The continuing sovereign debt risk in peripheral euro zone countries and fears that it could spread to the financial sector pose a risk to global recovery, the Economic Survey said on Friday.

Davos, January 27, 2011
Inflation is not restricted to India, as several other countries aregrappling with the problem. The issue captured the attention of the globalpolicymakers and CEOs who have gathered at Davos.

Amar Ambani
January 14, 2011
In the next few months, the stock movement will be dictated by good governance, execution record and positive cash flow. Large-caps and some mid-caps will perform well.

G.V. Ramakrishna
January 6, 2011
Credit ratings and surveillance have to improve if scams are to be made history.

New Delhi, December 10, 2010
The govt says the economy still faces risks from volatility in capital markets, slow down in FDI inflows, trade imbalance, high current account deficit and European crisis.

Berlin, December 8, 2010
The European Financial Stability Facility was set up jointly by euro zone nations and International Monetary Fund after heavily-indebted Greece was bailed out in May this year.

Associated Press
Brussels, November 30, 2010
The rescue deal, approved by finance ministers at an emergency meeting in Brussels, means two of the eurozone's 16 nations have now come to depend on foreign help.

Tanvi Varma/Money Today
April 23, 2010
Global funds are a good pick given their current underperformance, but research well on the country and currency risks.

Kamya Jaiswal
March 23, 2010
Moving up the learning curve, Kamya Jaiswal selects a benchmark to evaluate the growth of her portfolio.

Rajiv Bhuva
June 9, 2010
The eurozone crisis has sent stocks across the globe into a tailspin on fears of a double-dip recession. But though markets may remain jittery awhile, another global meltdown is unlikely.
May 26, 2010
In 2009-10, the Indian currency recorded the largest ever one-year appreciation in its history. Despite the recent bouts of depreciation, it is most likely to appreciate further in this fiscal year. Why? By how much? And what about volatility? BT invited two experts to answer these questions.

Rajiv Bhuva
May 26, 2010
The European crisis and its subsequent management will hit inflows from the FIIs, but only in the near term.
May 26, 2010
The 3G auctions have swelled the government coffers by almost Rs 70,000 crore. BT asks a few economists to give their wishlists on how best the government can use this windfall without frittering it away on wasteful expenditure.
May 12, 2010
Overburdened with debt, the public finances of advanced countries are in a terrible shape, probably at their worst if you ignore wartime periods.

Anand Adhikari
April 26, 2010
The festering Greece debt crisis is threatening to engulf the Eurozone and take its toll on the global economic recovery.

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