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Gold Prices Hold Steady Ahead Of Fed Verdict

"Gold will look for direction in the tone of the Fed Chief's rhetoric. More dovish could lead to a weaker dollar and a higher price for gold," Alfonso Esparza, a senior market analyst at OANDA, said in a note.

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Huawei's First-Half Revenue Growth Accelerates Despite US Sanctions

Unlisted Huawei, which only started disclosing quarterly results this year, said revenue in the first half rose to 401.3 billion yuan ($58.28 billion) from 325.7 billion a year ago, with smartphone shipments reaching 118 million units, up 24%.

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Gold Slips As Dollar Climbs Higher; Fed Meet In Focus

Spot Gold Was Down 0.3 Per Cent At $ 1,422.85 Per Ounce As Of 0550 GMT. US Gold Futures Rose 0.3 Per Cent To $ 1,423.90 An Ounce.

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Rupee Slips 6 Paise To 68.95 Vs $ In Early Trade

At the Interbank Foreign Exchange, the rupee opened weak at 68.92 then fell to 68.95 against the US dollar, showing a decline of 6 paise over its previous closing.

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Oil Crawls Up Amid Middle East Tensions; Weak Demand Outlook Caps Gains

Brent crude futures rose 14 cents, or 0.2%, to $63.32 a barrel by 0502 GMT, after dropping 1% overnight - the first fall in four sessions.

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Global Markets: Asia Stocks Fall On Likely Smaller Fed Rate Cut, Pricier Oil

Global equity markets had rose briefly towards the end of last week after dovish comments by New York Fed President John Williams boosted expectations the central bank would lower rates by 50 basis points (bps) at its July 30-31 meeting.

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Indians Formed Largest Group To Work In US Under Training Program

Indian graduates made up for the largest share of around 4, 41, 300 students authorised to work under the Optional Training program (OTP) for the 12-year period

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India Has The Second Largest Pool Of Students In US

India ranks second in number of foreign students studying in the US. China tops the list with 3,77,070 students

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Protectionism In US, Europe A Bit Worrisome: ADB

The Asian Development Bank on Wednesday said the emerging orientation in the US and Europe for protectionism on trade is "worrisome" but not realistic enough to break the global economy

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TCS, Infosys Got Only 8.8 Per Cent Of Total H-1B Visas, Says Nasscom Contradicting US Official

Indian technology firms use H-1B visas to send their employees to work at customer sites in the US, which is the largest market for the over $110 billion Indian IT export industry

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Escalating US Role In Syria, President Trump Orders Strikes On Assad Airbase

US President Donald Trump has said he ordered missile strikes against a Syrian airfield from which a deadly chemical weapons attack was launched, declaring he acted in America's "vital national security interest"

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US Announces Measures To Detect H-1B Visa Fraud And Abuse

The US has announced multiple measures to "deter and detect" what it described as "fraud and abuse" of H-1B work visas, the most sought after by Indian IT firms and professionals

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Paris Climate Pact Bad Deal For US, Says Trump Administration

The landmark Paris climate pact was a bad deal for the US as it "front-loaded" its costs while India and China "back-loaded" theirs, causing a contraction in the American economy, the Trump administration has said

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India Still Keen To Buy Westinghouse Reactors Despite Toshiba Meltdown

India does not expect fallout from the financial meltdown at Toshiba Corp to halt plans to buy six nuclear reactors from the Japanese company's US nuclear unit Westinghouse

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Lockheed Says US May Take 'Fresh Look' At Its India F-16 Combat Jet Production Plan

US defence firm Lockheed Martin wants to push ahead with plans to move production of its F-16 combat jets to India, but understands President Donald Trump's administration may want to take a 'fresh look' at the proposal

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