By Patturaja Murugaboopathy REUTERS - Protected against excessive volatility by India's central bank and backed by one of the world's fastest growing economies, the rupee could withstand the U.S. dollar's post-election surge better than many ... Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland, 2 months ago
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Reuters. Australian companies expected to post first profit increase in 2 years By Patturaja Murugaboopathy Dec 21 (Reuters) - Australian companies' profits are likely to grow for in the fiscal year ending June 2017, following two straight years ...Investing.com, 4 weeks ago
Jan 17 (Reuters) - Foreign investors continued to take outmoney from Asian bonds in December, but the quantum of outflowswas much lesser than in November. Last month, foreign investorsnet sold about $1.8 billion in three markets - South Korea,Malaysia and ...Sify, 2 days ago Asian equities saw massive FII outflows in November Sify, 1 month ago
REUTERS - Taiwan and South Korea led foreign investments into Asian equities last year, but the fourth quarter saw huge outflows due to a rise in U.S. bond yields. Foreign investors net sold about $10 billion in seven stock markets - Taiwan, ...Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland, 1 week ago Asia Graphics-Taiwan, South Korea lead foreign equity investments in 2016 Sify, 1 week ago
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Jan 9 (Reuters) - Indian stocks are expected to see the highest earnings growth of about 20 percent in the next four quarters, followed by Indonesia and South Korea, estimates data sourced from Thomson Reuters StarMine showed. New Zealand, ...Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland, 1 week ago Asia Graphics-Japanese stocks most expensive in Asia-Pacific Yahoo! Finance, 1 month ago Asia Graphics-Indian stocks look most expensive in Asia-Pacific Sify, 2 months ago
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Dec 30 (Reuters) - Chinese stocks were the worst performers in the Asia-Pacific region in dollar terms in 2016, with Malaysia and the Philippines making up the bottom three. Thailand and Indonesia led the region in price performance this year in ...Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland, 2 weeks ago
When Ratan Tata retired as chairman of Tata Sons Ltd in 2012, he proposed a change in the laws governing the relationship between India's largest conglomerate and its key shareholder, according to sources familiar with the situation. Until then, ...Huffington Post India, 3 weeks ago Behind Tata-Mistry clash, a distinct set of governance rules Yahoo! Finance, 3 weeks ago Insight - Behind Tata-Mistry clash, a distinct set of governance rules Sify, 3 weeks ago RATAN TATA : Behind Tata-Mistry clash, a distinct set of governance rules 4 Traders, 3 weeks ago
reuters.com Thursday December 01, 2016 2:34 AM Dec 1 (Reuters) - Indonesian rupiah leads the Asian currencies on Sharpe ratio this year followed by Taiwan dollar, Thai baht and Indian rupee. Indonesian rupiah's Sharpe ratio stands at 2.1 , ...Kitco, 1 month ago
Nov 28 (Reuters) - A rise in interest rates in developed nations has sparked capital outflows from emerging markets over the past few weeks. Investors see outflows as a risk to emerging markets with lower foreign exchange reserves compared to ...Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland, 1 month ago
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