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Wall Street Banks Slam Lending Proposal As 'Unworkable' And 'Political'

Banks have a relatively short 45-day period to review the proposal if Brooks, who is seen by Democrats and consumer groups as too industry-friendly, doesn't permit more time.

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SEBI Demands $8.4 Billion From Sahara In Supreme Court Petition

The regulator said that only a part of the principal amount had been deposited by Sahara and the balance with interest had ballooned to more than 626 billion rupees.

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World Stocks Catch Breath After Vaccine Euphoria

European shares opened lower, with the STOXX 600 index down around 0.1%, tracking weakness overnight in Japan, where the Nikkei fell 1.1% after coronavirus cases there rose to a high.

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Mahindra Good Business Study Uncovers Changing Perception Of ‘Good Business’ Across India

The study uncovered that what constitutes a ‘Good Business’ is a deeply personal view, based on individual values and life experiences. Understanding this is no longer a matter of reputation—it has now become a key business issue.

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Gold Inches Lower As COVID-19 Vaccine Optimism Weighs On Appeal

Spot gold fell 0.1% to $1,877.39 per ounce by 0344 GMT, while U.S. gold futures were down 0.5% at $1,875.30.

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BMW Deal To Hike Stake In China JV Unaffected By Brilliance Parent's Debt Issues

Investors have raised doubts over whether the deal will proceed as creditors of Brilliance's parent, Huachen Automotive Group, have applied to a court asking for a restructuring of the company.

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Mutual Funds Add 4 Lakh Folios In Oct; Total Tally At 9.37 Cr

The sector added 7.37 lakh investors account in September, 4.25 lakh in August, 5.6 lakh in July, 5 lakh in June, 6.13 lakh in May and 6.82 lakh in April.

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Global Stocks Head For Record High On Recovery, Vaccine Hopes

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan hit its highest level since launching in 1987 as Japan pulled out of recession, China posted better-than-expected industrial output data and the region signed the largest ever trade deal.

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PNC To Buy BBVA's US Banking Arm For $11.6 Billion In Cash

Investors have been growing impatient with BBVA's efforts to tackle the poor performance of its U.S. business after the Spanish lender took a $1.5 billion writedown in its fourth-quarter 2019 earnings, blaming low interest rates and declining growth.

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Piyush Goyal invites global investors to invest in India

Piyush Goyal invites global investors to invest in India

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Analysis: Vaccine news may weaken need for US stimulus, but help still needed - investors

Democrats have pushed for a $2 trillion package, with support for state and local governments that are facing steep layoffs, but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has pushed back, arguing Congress should enact a smaller coronavirus stimulus package highly targeted at the pandemic's effects.

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Global Markets: Biden Win Lifts Stocks To Record Peak; Dollar Fades

MSCI's broadest index of Asia Pacific shares outside of Japan jumped 1.3% after hitting its highest since January 2018. The pan-Europe STOXX 600 climbed 1.5% to one-month highs by 0846 GMT.

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Debt-Laden China Evergrande Ends Shenzhen Listing Plan, Some Investors To Stay On

The Hong Kong shares of China's second-largest property developer slid 2.3% in early trading before rebounding 2.5% to HK$16.90, their highest since Oct. 12. That outpaced a 1.3% gain in the benchmark Hang Seng Index.

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Global Stocks Edge Higher, Dollar Slips As Biden Victory Looms

MSCI's all-country world stock index rose 0.25% to 592.84, adding to a week-long rally in which the benchmark for global equity performance advanced almost 8% to post its best week in nearly seven months.

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High-Flying US Tech Stocks Get Post-Election Lift, Near New Highs

Investors had been expected to sell high-flying tech stocks and lock in current capital gains tax levels ahead of a strong Democratic showing in the election.

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