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India

Sujata Rao

FOREX-Dollar sinks as equity market mood lifts, Fed in view

14 Sep 2020

* Suga set to succeed Abe as Japan PM, focus turns to new cabinet

FOREX-Dollar resumes retreat as equity market mood lifts, Fed in view

14 Sep 2020

* Dollar under pressure ahead of Fed policy announcement on Wed

The fund managers, the sleuths and the mystery of the missing ESG

10 Sep 2020

(This September 7 story refiles to correct spelling of Truvalue Labs in paragraph 23)

FOREX-Euro edges higher on ECB day, all eyes on inflation comments

10 Sep 2020

* Graphic: World FX rates in 2020 https://tmsnrt.rs/2RBWI5E (Updates, adds quote, chart)

FOREX-Euro edges higher on ECB day, all eyes on inflation comments

10 Sep 2020

LONDON, Sept 10 The euro edged higher on Thursday against a weaker dollar but gains were capped by the possibility that the European Central Bank could flag more policy easing if it deemed economic recovery and inflation are at risk from currency appreciation.

GLOBAL MARKETS-U.S. S&P500 heads for record high as stimulus bets lift world stocks

11 Aug 2020

* Asian stock markets: https://tmsnrt.rs/2zpUAr4 (Upates throughout)

GLOBAL MARKETS-World stocks rise, markets bet on U.S. Congress stimulus deal

11 Aug 2020

* Asian stock markets: https://tmsnrt.rs/2zpUAr4 (Updates throughout, changes byline and dateline)

GRAPHIC-Go your own way: US and UK bonds part ways from Germany and Japan

04 Aug 2020

LONDON, Aug 3 Sovereign borrowing costs have taken another lurch lower as more COVID-19 outbreaks threaten economic recovery, yet five months after the pandemic panic first hit, a divergence is opening up within four of the world's biggest bond markets.

Go your own way: U.S. and UK bonds part ways from Germany and Japan

03 Aug 2020

LONDON Sovereign borrowing costs have taken another lurch lower as more COVID-19 outbreaks threaten economic recovery, yet five months after the pandemic panic first hit, a divergence is opening up within four of the world's biggest bond markets.

Daily Briefing: Pandemic versus policymakers

17 Jul 2020

A few questions for today: Will the pandemic gain the upper hand and force economies into lockdown again? Will governments and central banks keep feeding the markets with stimulus? Will EU leaders approve a 750 billion-euro recovery fund? And are tech shares losing their mojo?

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