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China steel, iron ore futures fall sharply as demand optimism wanes

Chinese steel and iron ore futures fell sharply on Friday as investors tempered their optimism about demand prospects in the world's biggest steel producer.

China steel, iron ore futures fall sharply as demand optimism wanes

S&P 500, Nasdaq weighed down by tech stocks; Powell in focus

The energy sector enjoyed a 1% jump on the back of higher oil prices. Apple Inc, Tesla Inc and PayPal Holdings Inc were among the top drags on the S&P 500.


Bilateral COVID-19 vaccine deals not good for COVAX, says WHO

Countries should not agree bilateral deals that undermine the international COVAX COVID-19 vaccine procurement facility, but they also have a responsibility to vaccinate frontline workers swiftly, WHO Europe Director Hans Klu

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EU sets itself jobs, training and equality targets for 2030

The European Commission on Thursday announced goals for the 27-nation bloc to reduce poverty, inequality and boost training and jobs by 2030 as part of a post-pandemic economic overhaul financed by jointly borrowed funds.

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Infosys, Accenture to cover COVID-19 vaccination costs for Indian workers

So far, the federal government has procured the two COVID-19 vaccines approved in India - AstraZeneca's shot being developed by the Serum Institute, and local player Bharat Biotech's COVAXIN - at fixed prices and distributed


Microsoft says Chinese hackers targeted groups via server software

Ahead of the Microsoft announcement, the hackers' increasingly aggressive moves began to attract attention across the cybersecurity community.

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China cuts “carbon intensity” 18.8% in past five years, in effort to rein in emissions

China, the world's biggest emitter of greenhouse gases, succeeded in lowering "carbon intensity" by 18.8% in the five years through 2020, a Ministry of Ecology and Environment (MEE) report said on Tuesday, showing the economy


Biden’s top financial regulatory picks to face scrutiny in Congress

U.S. President Joe Biden's nominees to head two key financial watchdogs will be questioned by lawmakers on Tuesday on how they plan to tackle racial and income inequality, climate change, fintech regulation, cryptocurrencies,

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Indian mobile retailers call for Amazon probe, cap on online smartphone sales

An Indian trade group representing 150,000 mobile phone stores on Monday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to investigate Amazon's business practices in the country and impose a daily cap on a single seller's online smartpho


Finance Ministry considers cutting taxes on petrol, diesel: Report

India's finance ministry is considering cutting excise duties on petrol and diesel to cushion the impact of record high domestic prices, three government officials close to the discussions said

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US stocks jump, bond markets calm down; Dow Jones, S&P 500 soar 1.5% on vaccine, stimulus optimism

The Dow was on pace for its best daily gain in nearly four months, while the Nasdaq was set for its best daily percentage gain in a month.

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Chinese hackers target Indian vaccine makers SII, Bharat Biotech, says security firm

China and India have both sold or gifted COVID-19 shots to many countries. India produces more than 60 per cent of all vaccines sold in the world.


How China used corona curbs to harass, threaten foreign journalists, survey reveals

China used coronavirus prevention measures, intimidation and visa curbs to limit foreign reporting in 2020, ushering in a "rapid decline in media freedom," the Foreign Correspondents' Club of China (FCCC) said on Monday.


US eyes Tuesday deliveries of J&J vaccine; urges minorities to get shots

Initial deliveries of the newly approved Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine should start on Tuesday, senior Biden administration officials said on Sunday, saying they hoped to boost lagging vaccination rates among minorities.

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AstraZeneca has sold its stake in Moderna for more than $1 billion: Report

AstraZeneca Plc has sold its 7.7% stake in Moderna Inc for more than $1 billion after the U.S. biotechnology company's shares soared on the back of its coronavirus vaccine breakthrough, The Times reported.

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US authorizes J&J’s COVID-19 vaccine, making it third available

J&J’s vaccine uses a common cold virus known as adenovirus type 26 to introduce coronavirus proteins into cells in the body and trigger an immune response.

Who got Jamal Khashoggi killed? US intel officially blames Saudi de facto ruler Crown Prince MBS

Khashoggi, 59, was a Saudi journalist living in self-imposed exile in Virginia.

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U.S. Stocks: Wall Street extends losses as inflation fear lingers

Shares of Amazon.com Inc, Microsoft Corp and Alphabet Inc edged up between 0.4% and 1%, but were headed for their worst week in months.

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Low gold prices spark flurry of activity, physical gold demand gains momentum

Gold price: Jewellers are aggressively building inventory as prices are attractive and retail demand is robust, said a Mumbai-based dealer with a bullion importing bank.

Low gold prices spark flurry of activity, physical gold demand gains momentum

China expected to unveil hike in military budget as tensions rise

The new administration of President Joe Biden has moved quickly to remind Beijing that the United States intends to compete with China's growing influence and military strength in the Asia-Pacific. In recent weeks, powerful U

"China is facing the most severe security situation since the Korean War," said Ni Lexiong, a retired professor at the Shanghai University of Political Science and Law.

US conducts airstrikes against Iranian-backed militia facilities in Syria: Pentagon

President Joe Biden on Thursday directed U.S. military air strikes in eastern Syria against facilities belonging to what the Pentagon said were Iran-backed militia, in a calibrated response to rocket attacks against U.S. targ


Lady Gaga offers $500,000 reward for stolen French Bulldogs after violent altercation in Los Angeles

The incident is the latest of several violent thefts of French Bulldogs in the United States in recent months.

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Wall Street slides on tech selloff as bond yields rise

The S&P 500 growth index has risen 2.3% in February, sharply underperforming the value index, which has gained 9% on optimism related to a post-pandemic reopening of the economy.

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