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Why India’s stock market is booming

India’s stock market is booming as investors take a chance on one of the few bright spots in a fragile global economy. The country’s stocks are...

More slumps in China Economy to Stall US Stocks

Chinese economic activity has hit a soft spot in recent weeks and Hong Kong’s equity markets have flirted with bear territory as a result. That’s...

Credit Suisse still not out of the woods fight despite $54 billion rescue

A scramble by Switzerland’s authorities to shore up confidence in Credit Suisse went some way to calming panicked investors Thursday, but the country’s second-biggest bank...

First Republic obtains over $27 billion rescue money from big banks

First Republic Bank, facing a crisis of confidence from investors and customers, is set to receive a $30 billion lifeline from a group of...

IMF chief: Russia’s economy will be devastated by Ukraine war

The International Monetary Fund has drawn criticism for forecasting that Russia will see stronger economic growth this year than either the United Kingdom or Germany, despite...

South Korea ‘Reviewing Various Plans’ To Stabilise The Won

South Korea said it was reviewing “contingency plans” to deal with currency volatility, with the Korean won hovering at a 13-year low against the...
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Stock markets down amid Russia-Ukraine tensions

Stock futures fell slightly Tuesday morning, reversing much sharper declines earlier, as traders monitor brewing tensions between Russia and Ukraine. Futures tied to the Dow...

As oil falls Asia shares pare gains on caution

Asia stocks reversed early gains on Tuesday, with traders sidelined ahead of U.S. inflation data and a European monetary policy meeting this week while...

Turkey’s plunging lira and why it wont stop

The Turkish lira has once again made global headlines, with a steep drop of 15% on March 22, running from below 7.20 to the...

Global Debt at Risk of “Qualitative Change”

Global markets, spurred by policies, have emerged from the March panic during the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. For now, all major economies, including Europe and the United...

Latin American borrowers double down on their efforts for sustainable finance

Latin America’s largest corporate borrowers are doubling down on their commitment to sustainable finance, tying new bank loans to key performance indicators that ensure...

Euro zone put a halt on credit as fresh pandemic arises again

Euro zone banks are tightening access to corporate credit amid a resurgence of the coronavirus pandemic, fresh data showed on Tuesday, adding to already...


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