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Coal Sector Facing Some Headwinds From Financial Markets: Govt

The auction of coal mines for commercial mining witnessed 'fierce competition' and 19 blocks went under the hammer.

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Why Senior Citizens Should Opt For Fractional Ownership

Fractional property refers to a group of investors pooling their funds to jointly purchase real estate so they can reduce the cost burden and risk exposure and share the rental income.

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Rupee Slumps 34 Paise To 72.85 Against US Dollar In Early Trade

The dollar index, which gauges the greenback's strength against a basket of six currencies, rose 0.01 per cent to 92.94.

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Tantrum Without A Taper! Should We Be Worried On The Rising US Bond Yields?

Any abnormal movements in US ten year yield, even those not caused by Fed policy stance, started to leave a severe dent on equity markets because the rising yield brought the fears of 2013 brutal crash.

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RBI To Conduct Simultaneous Sale-Purchase Of Govt Securities Next Month

Simultaneous purchase and sale of government securities under OMOs, popularly known as Operation Twist, involves purchasing G-Secs of longer maturities and selling equal amounts of G-Secs of shorter maturities.

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Take Five: Vaccine Over Virus (Or Happy New Year)

Europe will see its biggest transfer of share trading in over two decades after Britain's automatic access to the European Union's financial markets ends on Dec. 31.

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Brexit Trade Deal Sparks Relief But UK Market Will Bear Scars

British equities may perform well against a backdrop where other markets look expensive - Simmons says UK shares trade at a 30% discount relative to global markets against a typical 10% discount.

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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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