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Fed's Minutes May Leave Investors Hungering for More

A study has found that the Federal Reserve’s meeting minutes haven’t necessarily been the best predictor of changes in interest rates.
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Billionaire bond investor Bill Gross has settled his $200 million suit against PIMCO, the trillion dollar bond firm he co-founded in the 1970s.
Securities markets regulator SEBI has confirmed an earlier interim ex parte order against Beejay Investment and Financial Consultants, Eversight Tradecomm, Stupendors Traders, Neelanchal Mercantile,.
Portfolio management service firm ASK Investment Managers (ASKIM) said its assets under management and advisory have crossed ?10,000 crore. The AUM of ASKIM has grown over six-fold in the last four .
To see further selling pressure as peer stocks will find favour
Though the costliest, not the most expensive
Strong inflows and weak dollar help the currency break the prolonged sideways consolidation
Home chefs are free of hassles that come with opening a restaurant
Monday marked the first-ever Muslim Women's Day, an effort by, the Women's March and other organizations to celebrate the women of Islam. "Contrary to what people might think, Muslim w
Fearless Girl stands defiantly on Wall Street for another year. But will she stand permanently?
In an encouraging move, the government of India has allowed exports of select edible oils in bulk effective immediately.In a notification dated Monday, the Director General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) sai
Scripting its second biggest single-day gain this year, the rupee today zoomed by 37 paise to close at a fresh 17-month high of 65.04 on the back of panic dollar selling by speculative traders and ex
In a move of surprising transparency, the Saudi government announced that it is lowering the tax rate its national oil company, Saudi Aramco, pays from 85% to 50%. What does this mean for the Kingdom,
Old Mutual has struck a deal with Chinese financial services firm HNA Capital to offload a 24.95 per cent stake in it US-based funds business Old Mutual Asset Management for $446 million.
U.K. stress tests this year will measure how banks will weather a pound crisis and sharply higher interest rates. That should give a clear view of the risks in U.K. lenders’ recent rush into unsecured
The optimistic case for the economic forecast in 2017 is based on business optimism. Right or wrong, many executives, small business owners and investors are optimistic. That could trigger immediate s
Castor seed prices declined by upto 2.5 per cent on Monday following 20 per cent margins levied on all buy side contracts by the National Commodity & Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX) to cool down spiralin
You can approach and execute your strategy like a checkers player or more like a chess player. That means considering not only the investment environment that exists in the moment, but also having th
Passive investing in mutual fund schemes is not popular in India. Investors have preferred schemes managed by fund managers because of their ability to beat returns of the underlying benchmarks and ge
Spot gold was up 1.1 per cent at $1,257.08 an ounce at early trade
HEADING DOWN SOUTHRegional disparity of sugar inventory (million tonnes)Major states Opening stock Production Dispatches Closing stocks Oct 1, '16 Oct - Sept, 16-17 (forecast) Oct - Sept 2016-17 Month
Earlier this week, The Royal Bank of Scotland Group announced that it will close as many as 158 branches across the U.K. – making it the latest bank to pare down on redundant branches as customers swi
Portfolio Management Service firm ASK Investment Managers said its assets under management and advisory have crossed Rs 10,000 crores. The AUM of ASKIM has grown over six fold in the last four year..
Moore's Law is now a historical artifact and that has left its former practitioners -- Intel, Qualcomm, and Western Digital -- in a growth quandary. Don't rush to buy their shares.
You may be headed for a meltdown in your 401(k) if you're mostly in actively managed funds. Here's how you can protect yourself.
Reliance Industries Ltd fell 2.76 per cent as SEBI has accused the company of having committed a "fraud” in taking a short trading position at the time of selling a stake in a unit in 2007. S...
Strong rupee hits software services exporters, drugmakers
Bank owned by big insurer Ping An is exposed to the plunge in China Huishan Dairy’s shares.
Reliance Industries Ltd fell 3 per cent as SEBI has accused the company of having committed a "fraud” in taking a short trading position at the time of selling a stake in a unit in 2007. SEBI...
The news of SEBI order on Reliance Industries and the forecast of Monsoon below normal level were other reasons for selling pressure in the market.
Strong rupee hits software services exporters, drugmakers
European shares fell on Monday, hit by losses among miners and banks after US President Donald Trump's failure to pass his healthcare Bill raised worries over his ability to deliver on fiscal stimulu
Nifty ended below 9,050 level dragged by fall in IT and pharma stocks on strong rupee
A positive global trend pushed gold prices higher by Rs 100 to Rs 29,430 per 10 grams, with local jewellers adding to the tempo. Silver retook the Rs 42,000-mark per kg by jumping Rs 200 in the wak..

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