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India's Vodafone Idea to pay 35 billion rupees in telecom , shares rise
Zuckerberg accepts Facebook may pay more tax in different places
Euro plunges against Swiss franc as China virus cases soar
GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia shares regain footing as mood swings on trade
By Ritu, Capital Sands Asian shares made guarded gains on Monday as investors dared to hope for some progress in
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FOREX-Dollar slips as Chinese comments marginally boost risk appetite
By Ritu, Capital Sands The dollar was marginally down on Friday and risk appetite boosted by statements from China on
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Oil falls from 2-month high as U.S.-China trade doubts dominate
By Ritu, Capital Sands Oil prices were toppled from their highest in nearly two months on Friday by doubts over
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Trade War Threatens Tech Sectors in China and Silicon Valley
By Ritu, Capital Sands While the U.S-China trade war rages on, the tensions are exposing growing rifts between China and
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PRECIOUS-Gold edges up on concerns of delay in U.S.-China trade deal
By Ritu, Capital Sands  Gold prices inched up on Thursday, supported by concerns that U.S. bills on Hong Kong could
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Trade friction, oil drive European shares to worst day in six weeks
By Ritu Capital Sands European stocks were on track for their worst day in six weeks on Wednesday, as a
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Asia shares trapped in a trade maze, oil nurses losses
By Ritu, Capitals Sands Asian shares stumbled on Wednesday as the Sino-U.S. trade talks produced nothing but a stream of
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Asian shares mixed as doubts grow on elusive U.S.-China trade deal
Asian share markets were mixed on Tuesday, as another day awaiting clearer news on the progress of U.S.-China trade negotiations
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New UAE law is a way out of debt trap: All you need to know
Insolvency law approved by the UAE Cabinet aims to protect individuals who are in debt. Legal experts have hailed the
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India’s Vodafone Idea to pay 35 billion rupees in telecom , shares rise

By Ritu, Capital Sands Beleaguered Indian wireless carrier Vodafone Idea will pay 35 billion rupees ($490 million) in telecoms dues to the federal government by Feb. 21, a lawyer for the company said on Monday. Hopes that Vodafone Idea could outlive the financial squeeze due to the outstanding dues payments helped its shares gain as much as 23.5% on Monday, ...
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China approves imports of all poultry, poultry products from U.S.

By Administrator_India, Capital sands China has approved the import of all poultry and poultry products from the United States, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said on its website on Monday. Beijing had previously banned all trade in poultry products from the United States due to outbreaks of avian influenza there. It has allowed the import of chicken meat ...
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Zuckerberg accepts Facebook may pay more tax in different places

By Ritu, Capital Sands Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg accepts that global tax reforms mean the social networking giant may have to pay more taxes in different countries, Politico reported, citing excerpts of a speech he is due to give on Saturday. Cross-border tax rules are set to be rewritten after 137 states sought last month to avoid a new ...
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Indian generic drugmakers may face supply shortages from China if coronavirus drags on

By Administrator_India, Capital Sands Shortages and potential price increases of generic drugs from India loom if the coronavirus outbreak disrupts suppliers of pharmaceutical ingredients in China past April, according to industry experts. An important supplier of generic drugs to the world, Indian companies procure almost 70% of the active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) for their medicines from China. Optimism that the ...
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Euro plunges against Swiss franc as China virus cases soar

By Ritu, Capital Sands The euro fell to a four-and-a-half-year low against the Swiss franc on Thursday and the yen gained as investors sought safe havens after China's Hubei province, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak, reported a sharp increase in the number of new cases. Using a new method of diagnosis, the province reported on Thursday 14,840 new cases ...
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European diplomats check India’s loosening of Kashmir clampdown

By Administrator_India, Capital Sands More than two dozen diplomats are visiting Indian-administered Kashmir, New Delhi said on Wednesday, as the country tries to reassure foreign allies following several months of unrest in the contested territory. The group includes European diplomats, some of whom declined a previous invitation from New Delhi to visit the region. A proposed vote in the European ...
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Gold eases on rising risk appetite as new virus cases fall

By Ritu, Capital Sands Gold prices edged lower on Wednesday as new coronavirus cases fell and risk appetite improved, although uncertainty over the economic impact of the outbreak still underpinned bullion. Spot gold XAU= edged 0.2% lower to $1,564.15 per ounce by 0818 GMT. U.S. gold futures were down 0.2% at $1,567.50. While the death toll exceeded 1,100, China’s foremost ...
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Asian Markets Mixed After Powell Speech

By Administrator_India, Capital Sands Asian markets were mixed in morning trade on Wednesday as investors digested the latest views from U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell. China’s Shanghai Composite slipped 0.1% by 10:01 PM ET. The Shenzhen Component gained 0.6%. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index also rose 0.5%. Japan’s Nikkei 225 traded 0.6% higher after returning from a holiday. Softbank ...
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Dollar and Yen supported as coronavirus fears weigh on mood

By Administrator_India, Capital Sands. The U.S. dollar and Japanese yen were in demand on Tuesday, along with the bonds of both countries, as worries about the spread of coronavirus had investors heading for safe harbors. The World Health Organization said overnight that the spread of cases among people who have not been to China could be "the spark that becomes ...
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Yuan Boosted by Inflation Data; Dollar to Stay Strong

By Ritu, Capital Sands The Chinese yuan pushed higher Monday on the back of stronger-than-expected local inflation data, but a solid jobs report on Friday coupled with weaker economic numbers in Europe mean the U.S. dollar is likely to stay strong in the near term. USD/CNY traded at 6.9810, 0.26% lower, after falling as low as 6.9774 earlier Monday, while ...
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