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Global Stocks Wobble After Mnuchin Pulls Plug On US Stimulus

S&P500 futures slipped 0.7% while Dow futures fell 0.8%, cancelling out a firmer lead from a strong Wall Street session overnight.

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Rupee At Over Two-Month Low As Early Results Show Tight US Vote

The broader local NSE share index was trading up 0.3%, while the benchmark 10-year bond yield was down 2 basis points at 5.88%.

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Testing Times: Five Questions For The ECB

Europe is in the midst of a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic and the restrictions on movement that this has entailed; the extent of the hit to economic activity and anemic inflation are yet to be fully seen.

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Global Stocks Rise As Signs Of Trump's Improving Health Calm Markets

Australian stocks jumped 2.37% for the biggest daily gain in almost two weeks. Japan's Nikkei rose 1.39%

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Russia's Yandex In Talks To Buy Online Bank Tinkoff For $5.5 Billion

The parties have come to an agreement in principle on a transaction that would consist of cash and share consideration worth approximately $5.48 billion or $27.64 per Tinkoff share

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Using technology and personalisation, Finlatics is changing skill development in financial markets

Using technology and personalisation, Finlatics is changing skill development in financial markets

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StanChart's Global Head Of Commodities Business To Leave As Team Restructured - Memo

The bank's commodities business is housed within the bank's financial markets business, which includes foreign exchange, credit and capital markets and rates.

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Global Markets: Euro, Gold On A High As The Dollar Breaks Down

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan eased 0.2%, but was still up 1.8% for the week and near its highest since mid-January.

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BlackRock Profit Jumps 21% On Fixed-Income Boost

Financial markets bounced back in the June quarter from a COVID-sparked brutal selloff in March, boosting BlackRock's assets under management.

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Is It Time To Include Cryptocurrencies In Your Portfolio?

Cryptocurrencies have been one such investment class that has surged exponentially in terms of popularity in the last couple of years.

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Gold Slips As Risk Appetite Improves, Virus Surge Caps Losses

Spot gold was down 0.1% to $1,773.49 per ounce by 0306 GMT. U.S. gold futures fell 0.4% to $1,782.30.

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Disconnect between financial markets, real economy can pose threat to recovery: IMF

Disconnect between financial markets, real economy can pose threat to recovery: IMF

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Aurora Cannabis Plans More Layoffs, Facility Closures Amid Industry Turmoil

Aurora expects SG&A expenses to be around C$42 million ($31.07 million) in the first quarter of fiscal 2021, compared with C$75.1 million, excluding severance costs, recorded in the third quarter.

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British Companies Mothball Results As Virus Shreds Financial Market Rulebook

Britain's Financial Conduct Authority said on Saturday that listed companies planning to report over the next few days should hold off for two weeks to better assess how the pandemic is affecting their business.

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Philippines First Country To Suspend All Financial Markets As Coronavirus Spreads

National Treasurer Rosalia de Leon cited the lockdown as the reason for the suspension of fixed income trade. Currency trading is to resume on March 18.

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