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India's market regulator on Tuesday said it will focus on the cost to a mutual fund investor as part of its customer protection measures.
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Riding the wave created by star midfielder Carli Lloyd, the U.S. women upset top-ranked Germany, 2-0, at Olympic Stadium on Tuesday night, booking their spot in the Womens World Cup final for the second time in four years.
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Scientists have discovered a milk-and ochre-based paint dating to 49,000 years ago that inhabitants may have used to adorn themselves with or to decorate stone or wooden slabs.
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Why You Should Watch This Giant Chart Pattern In Gold And Silver

Gold and silver have been forming a narrow trading range for two years, but a significant move may occur when they finally break out.
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Where's The Courage In The Greek Tragedy?

Brave Greece.  Sooner or later some member of the Eurozone would find the courage to speak up about the almost unbearable burden the club’s rules place on national-level economic officials
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Pre-Market: 14 stocks to watch in today's trade

Markets are likely open on a positive note on favorable macroeconomic data and advancement of monsoons
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McNally Bharat Engineering surges on open offer

The stock surged 20% to Rs 95 in early morning trades after the Williamson Magor Group made an open offer at Rs 100 per share.
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Nifty targets 8,400; Sensex up over 100 points

Benchmark indices are trading firm on the back of favourable macro-economic data
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Wall Street ends up on Greek hopes ahead of debt deadline

The Dow Jones industrial average rose 23.16 points, or 0.13 percent, to 17,619.51, the SP 500 gained 5.48 points, or 0.27 percent, to 2,063.12 and the Nasdaq Composite added 28.40 points, or 0.57 pe
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China stocks turn positive after twin PMI data

Asian shares drifted modestly higher early Wednesday after Greece missed the deadline for a payment to the International Monetary Fund hours as its bailout program expired. Meanwhile, stock markets
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Asian stocks steady, euro bears Greek burden

Asian share markets were in a guarded mood today as Greece became the first developed economy to default on a loan with the IMF, setting the scene for another day of uneasy action. While...
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China shares open down after Tuesday's surge

China stocks opened down about 1.5 per cent on Wednesday following the previous session's surge, but recovered some ground and were off by less than 1 per cent by 0133 GMT.On Tuesday, the C...
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Oil prices drop after Greece defaults on IMF payment

Crude oil prices fell in early trading on Wednesday after Greece became the first developed economy to default on a loan with the International Monetary Fund.Greece, as expected, was not ab...
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Toyota: Zero-emission car will have longest range

Mirai can go 312 miles on a tank of hydrogen -- longer than an electric-powered Tesla.        
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Dow rises, ends Q2 1.1% in the red for 2015

Stocks rally slightly as investors brace for Greek default.        
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July kicks off volatile 2nd half for markets

Wall Street kicks off July with things to like but worries as well.        
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Selling pressure ends early gains

Market rallies slowed down towards the end of yesterday's session on growing profit-taking pressure.
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Decree expands foreign ownership ratio

The Government issued Decree No. 60/2015/ND-CP on June 26, 2015, to amend Government Decree No. 58/2012/ND-CP (20 July 2012) implementing the Law on Securities - and its amendment.
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Quang Binh seeks $1b for 35 projects

Central province Quang Binh will call for investments worth VND23.4 trillion (US$1.08 billion) in 35 key projects in the commerce and tourism sectors at an investment promotion conference in August.
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Food, fisheries exports decline

Viet Nam saw a 2.8 per cent year-on-year reduction in the export value of agricultural, fish-eries, and forestry products to record US$14.42 billion during the first half of 2015.
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Purchasing power rises due to macro recovery, low CPI

The purchasing power of Viet Nam posted a four-year high in the first half of this year due to low inflation.
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Vinamilk seeks less State ownership

Vietnam Dairy Joint Stock Company (Vinamilk) wants to reduce State owner-ship in enterprises after equitisation to create conditions to increase their self-manage-ment and competitiveness for further
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