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U.S. Meeting On Huawei, China Policy Still On For Thursday Despite Trump Tweets

China's blacklisted Huawei Technologies, a maker of telecommunications equipment, and on sales of airplane components to a Chinese aircraft maker.

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HGS Recognised On IAOP's 2020 Global Outsourcing 100 List

HGS combines digital services in automation, analytics and omnichannel solutions with domain expertise focusing on back-office processing, contact centres and HRO solutions.

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Coliving, Coworking & Student Housing Give 7-11% Higher Rental Yields: CII-ANAROCK Report

Top 6 coliving players currently have 1.18 lakh beds priced between INR 6,000-30,000/month the report reveals

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Global Markets: Asian Stocks Slip As Virus' Regional Spread Spooks Investors

U.S. crude last sat 25 cents firmer at $53.54 per barrel and Brent added 23 cents to $59.35.

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Forever 21 Snapped Up By Mall Owners, Authentic Brands

Forever 21, which has 593 stores in 57 countries, will continue to operate in U.S. and international markets, Authentic Brands.

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Coronavirus Poses Risk To Modest Pickup In Global Growth - G20 Draft Communique

The G20 will say the members will refrain from competitive devaluations, and will not target exchange rates for competitive purposes, the draft showed.

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Gold Eases, But Holds Near Seven-Year Peak As Virus Impact Weighs

Spot gold was down 0.2% at $1,608.96 per ounce, as of 0550 GMT. U.S. gold futures were flat at $1,611.90.

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Walmart's Struggling Japan Unit Finally Delivers With Online Grocery Growth

The U.S. firm entered Japan in 2002 buying 6% of Seiyu, building up its stake before a full takeover in 2008. It slashed costs and closed unprofitable stores but has mostly recorded losses.

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Foxconn Warns Of Negative Revenue Impact From Virus Outbreak

Foxcon, the world's largest contract electronics maker and formally called Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd, is a supplier to Apple Inc and others.

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Equity Indices In Narrow Range, Indusind Bank Gains By 4.7%

The BSE S&P Sensex was down by 48 points to 41,275 while the Nifty 50 dropped by 19 points at 12,107.

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Equities Spurt On Asian Cues As New Coronavirus Cases Drop

The BSE S&P Sensex closed 429 points or over 1 per cent higher at 41,323 while the Nifty 50 edged up by 138 points to 12,130.

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Nelco Partners With Panasonic To Launch Aero In-Flight Communication Service

Nelco obtained the licence and is the first Indian company to enable communication services for maritime and airlines sectors.

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Renault Shares Fall After Moody's Cuts Company To 'Junk' Status

Renault shares were down 2.3% to 30.2 euros ($32.71) in early trading, its lowest level since mid-2012, making it among the worst performing stocks on Paris' benchmark CAC-40 index.

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BlackRock Bolsters European Management As Part Of Post-Brexit Expansion

Over the last two years, BlackRock had accelerated its investment in the region as a "strategic priority" and now ran more than $1 trillion.

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Puma Warns Of Hit To Sales And Profits From Coronaviru

Puma said fourth-quarter sales rose a currency-adjusted 18% to 1.479 billion euros ($1.60 billion), while earnings before interest and taxation (EBIT) jumped 47% to 55 million.

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