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Wall Street set to open lower on election uncertainty, rate fears

U.S. stocks were on course to open slightly lower on Monday, with little impetus moving markets ahead of crucial U.S. midterm elections and a Federal Reserve meeting this week.

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India’s top bank says complying with US sanctions against Iran

India's top banker State Bank of India, which was handling most of the payments to Iran for oil purchases, is now complying with the U.S. sanctions against Tehran, its chairman said on Monday.

India’s top bank says complying with US sanctions against Iran

Alibaba’s Jack Ma calls US-China trade war “most stupid thing in this world”

The U.S.-China trade war is the "most stupid thing in this world," Jack Ma, the chief of Asia's most valuable public company, Alibaba Group Holding Ltd , said on Monday.

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The lost glory: How Hyundai Motor, once a rising star, lost in China and U.S

Even with discounting of as much as 25 percent, his dealership was selling barely a hundred vehicles a month, said the manager surnamed Li. A nearby Nissan dealership was selling about 400 vehicles a month, a store manager th

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Nikkei falls as hopes of US-Sino trade resolution fade; Fast Retailing tumbles

Japan's Nikkei fell on Monday morning as budding hopes of a resolution to the U.S.-China trade war faded, while shares of index-heavy Fast Retailing tumbled after dismal monthly sales data.

share market, Nikkei, US-Sino, US-Sino trade, US-Sino trade deal, US-China, US-China trade war, market news

Gold prices hold steady amid easing dollar

Gold prices were steady in early Asian trade on Monday as the dollar eased, while investors are tuned in to the US congressional elections on Tuesday.

Gold prices, dollar, dollar price, dollar value, Asian trade, Asian trade market, asian stocks, US congressional elections, Us midterm elections, market news

Oil prices fall as US grants Iran sanction waivers to 8 importers

Oil prices fell on Monday as the start to U.S. sanctions against Iran's fuel exports was softened by waivers that will allow some countries to still import Iranian crude, at least temporarily.

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Sterling hits 2-week peak on smooth Brexit hopes; Asian shares wobble

Sterling jumped to a two-week high on Monday on hopes Britain was inching closer to a smooth Brexit while Asian stocks started the week gingerly amid worries about tense Sino-U.S. trade relations.

Sterling, Sterling value, Asian shares, brexit, European Union, Sino-US, Sino-US trade relations, market news

भारत में 4 सालों में पहली बार गिरेगी Apple iPhone की बिक्री! रिपोर्ट में खुलासा

Apple के CEO टिम कुक ने अपने तीसरी तिमाही रिजल्ट जारी करने के बाद कहा कि भारत में चौथी तिमाही

Apple iPhone sales in India to dip for first time in four years: Report News

iPhone sales in India to dip for first time in four years: Report

Apple’s iPhone sales are set to dip by around a quarter in India’s holiday season fourth quarter, putting them on course for the first full-year fall in four years, industry research firm Counterpoint said on Saturday.

Industry News

South Africans make bricks from human urine

South African researchers say they have made bricks using human urine in a natural process involving colonies of bacteria, which could one day help reduce global warming emissions by finding a productive use for the ultimate

Lifestyle News

Stock gains curtailed, with US lower, on report US-China trade deal not imminent

Concerns that a trade deal between the U.S. and China may not be imminent reined in a rally in world equity markets and reversed gains on Wall Street on Friday, while strong U.S. wage growth boosted U.S. bond yields.

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MasterCard cries foul over ‘Modi’s nationalism’ as India’s homegrown RuPay takes lead

Mastercard told the United States government in June that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was using nationalism to promote the use of a domestic payments network, and New Delhi's protectionist policies were hurting foreig

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Nikkei logs biggest daily gain since March on eased trade concern

Japan's Nikkei logged the biggest daily gain since March on Friday buoyed by companies which have large exposure in China such as Yaskawa and Fanuc on hopes that U.S.-China trade tension may ease.

Nikkei, daily gain, US-China, US-China trade, US-China trade, trade wars, market news

Australia shares turn up as report spurs Sino-US trade deal hopes; New Zealand slips

The S&P/ASX 200 index snapped back into the back in late trade after staying down for much of session, closing up 0.14 percent or 8.40 points at 5,849.20.

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Donald Trump, Xi Jinping upbeat on US-China trade; US targets more Chinese firms

US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping expressed optimism on Thursday about resolving their bitter trade disputes ahead of a high-stakes meeting planned for the two leaders at the end of November in Argent

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Finance Ministry fears significant NBFC defaults without liquidity lifeline; says, situation fragile

India's Department of Economic Affairs (DEA) fears significant default from large non-banking finance companies (NBFC) and housing finance companies in the next six weeks if no additional liquidity support is provided to thes

Banking & Finance News

Crude oil under pressure from rising output, but Iran sanctions loom

Oil prices dipped on Friday as record crude output by the world's top-three producers offset supply concerns from the start of U.S. sanctions next week against Iran's petroleum exports.

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US stock market: Wall Street climbs for third day, Apple falls after the bell

US stocks rose for a third straight session on Thursday as President Donald Trump said trade talks with China were "moving along nicely," reviving hopes that the two countries can resolve their trade dispute.

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Apple warns on holiday sales, sending value below $1 trillion

Apple Inc on Thursday warned that sales for the crucial holiday quarter would likely miss Wall Street expectations, which Chief Executive Tim Cook blamed on weakness in emerging markets and foreign exchange costs.

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Donald Trump promises immigration crackdown ahead of US elections

The president’s remarks, five days before U.S. voters determine which party will control Congress and state governorships across the country.

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Delhi-NCR air pollition: Environment minister Harsh Vardhan blames state governments as AQI worsens

India’s environment minister blamed the Delhi government and its neighboring states for failing in their efforts to check air pollution which was six times above the recommended limit on Thursday.

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Mastercard lodged protest in US over PM Narendra Modi’s promotion of RuPay cards

Narendra Modi has in recent years backed India's homegrown payments network "RuPay", whose rise has broken the dominance of U.S. payment giants such as Mastercard and Visa.

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Dollar sags as safe havens fade on improved confidence, pound stands tall

The dollar sagged against its peers on Friday, pulling away from a 16-month peak hit earlier this week as returning confidence in financial markets reduced the appeal for safe haven assets .

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Asian shares rise as Donald Trump, Xi Jinping lift hopes on resolving trade row

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was up 0.46 percent, adding to the previous session's strong gains.

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Oil prices fall on signs of rising supply, economy worries

Oil prices fell on Thursday to extend losses from the previous session, pressured by signs of rising supply and by growing concerns that demand may weaken on the prospect of a global economic slowdown.

Oil prices, West Texas Intermediate crude, OPEC, US China trade war, Donald Trump, United Arab Emirates News

Asian shares start new month up on robust Wall Street session after brutal October

Wall Street rose for a second day on Wednesday as strong company results and bargain hunting of beaten-down technology and internet favourites lifted spirits.

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