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US benchmark West Texas Intermediate for November delivery rose 46 cents to $US103.49 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. European benchmark Brent oil put on 48 cents to reach $US110.16 a barrel. Markets remain fixated on Washington, where
Brent crude oil edged higher yesterday but was headed for its second weekly decline, down more than three percent after a week of diplomatic progress in Syria and Iran drained some geopolitical risk premium from the market. US crude fell, as
Stock index futures edged higher on Friday, after the largest decline on Wall Street in nearly two months a day earlier set major indexes on course for their first back-to-back weekly declines since late June. Investors are concerned the economic
Asian markets inched ahead while the dollar lost ground as investors count on easy money from central banks in the euro zone and United States to offset the risk of further disappointment from global economic data. All Asian currencies are also
European shares edged higher on Thursday, with some investors seeing value after the market's worst four-day fall in nine months, though a crop of weak earnings and global growth concerns kept a lid on the gains. GMT, recovering some poise after
03pm Tokyo Asian shares inched higher and the dollar steadied on Thursday, supported by a pick-up in China's manufacturing sector and a commitment by the US Federal Reserve to maintain an accommodative monetary stance. Purchasing Managers' Index for
DLF Ltd shares gained 4.95 percent, while L&T shares rose 1.8 percent after falling 6.35 percent this month as of Friday's close. The BSE index provisionally rose 0.15 percent after hitting on Friday its lowest close since Dec.
The futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average declined 0.21 percent or 29 points, the futures on the Standard & Poor's 500 Index is down 0.07 percent or 2 points and those on the Nasdaq 100 Index were trading lower by 0.12 percent or 3.25 points...
RadioShack climbed nearly 8 percent in premarket trading Tuesday after the electronics retailer said it would close down its mobile phone centers in Target stores, an operation that analysts see as a money loser. Late Monday, the company said that it
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