- AUD/USD sell-off continues after reversing at 0.77 - Bonds are plummeting worldwide (yields higher), alongside a sell-off in global equities, correlation highest since 2008 - Fed’s Brainard today could add fuel to fire if Fed hike speculation …
MEXICO CITY, Dec 21 (Reuters) - The Mexican peso took a hit on Monday afternoon as the U.S. dollar firmed broadly while stocks held to moderate gains on the back of baker Grupo Bimbo. The IPC index of leading shares .MXX rose …
India’s external debt stock stood at USD 471.9 billion at the end of March 2017, decreased by USD 13.1 billion (2.7%) over the level at the end of March 2016, as per the External Debt report 2016-17 released by Ministry of Finance. …
New York, Jan 18 (IANS) The US dollar and stocks took a hit on Tuesday as investors pondered over comments from British Prime Minister Theresa May on Brexit. Britain will leave the European single market, restrict access to the …
THE Australian dollar gained as much as one US cent in overnight trade after the US dollar fell against all the major currencies.   The Australian dollar gained as much as one US cent in overnight trade after the US dollar fell …
Rising oil prices and investor appetite for financial stocks helped boost most major US and European equities on Monday while the dollar rebounded on exchange markets ahead of the July 4 holiday in the United States. On a shortened …
US and European stocks fell yesterday, along with the US dollar, while US Treasury yields reversed earlier declines, as political uncertainty in the United States sent investors in search of safer investments like gold and the Japanese yen. …
New York: Global equity markets rose and the dollar climbed to its highest since 2009 on Wednesday as momentum grew for the European Central Bank to launch a bond-buying program and data showed US economic resiliency in the face of …
SM Entertainment chairman Lee Soo Man and YG Entertainment CEO Yang Hyun Suk have joined the ranks of the rich …
NEW YORK, April 14 (Reuters) - Stocks on major world markets and the U.S. dollar fell on Thursday as Greece’s debt problem, Chinese inflation and disappointing U.S. jobs data stoked worries over a global economic slowdown. Bonds …