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'Sebi has changed the way trading takes place'
ET spoke to Sebi Chairman, U K Sinha on how the institution has evolved over the years and what it plans to do over the next few years.
The 'Rupee dilemma': What can be done?
The only way out of this impasse for the RBI is to strategically buy FX — as it has rightly begun to do — to comfort the market, like it did in the late 1990s.
Shree Renuka Sugars to raise $350 mn through its Brazilian arm
The plan to raise money through bond sale comes after the company tried selling stake in two of its Brazilian arm last year to raise around $250 mn.
Dow, S&P end at records on Fed officials' remarks
US stocks rose, with Dow and S&P 500 closing at new all-time highs as comments from Fed eased some concerns that the central bank could start reducing its stimulus program.
iGate shares slide 9 per cent in early trade
Shares of Nasdaq listed iGate Corp plunged over nine per cent to $14.90 in early trade on Tuesday.
Wall Street drifts near record, Home Depot buoys Dow
US stocks were little changed in early trading on Tuesday with Home Depot at a record high and buoying the blue-chips.
Gold charts point to fresh trouble ahead
Gold's recent slump could have much further to run, with a breach of its April low at $1,322 potentially setting up bigger losses towards levels not seen since mid-2010, chart analysts say.
Markets will take a breather: Capital Portfolio Advisors
"We have had a fantastic run right from 5500 all the way up up to 6200. It is fair to assume that the markets will take a breather."
Wall Street starts slightly higher, eyes on Fed
US stocks opened slightly stronger on Tuesday after the S&P 500 hit yet another intraday record in the previous session.
Gold falls 2 pc as dollar strength hits precious metals
Gold prices fell 2 percent, surrendering much of the previous session's hefty gains, as strength in the dollar against a basket of major currencies weighed on.
Top investment strategies for range-bound markets
The recent rally was largely supported by the rise in global liquidity and easing commodity prices.
Sensex hits 1-wk low; doubts creep in after recent rally
The benchmark BSE index fell 0.56 percent, or 112.37 points, to end at 20,111.61, marking its lowest close since May 14.
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