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Stock market party settles down for central bank reflection

By John Geddie LONDON (Reuters) - Global stocks came off record highs and the euro held near a seven-week low on Thursday as investors prepared to parse minutes from the European Central Bank's last meeting for clues to its exit from ultra-easy monetary ... Sify, 1 month ago

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Commercial Bank of Qatar looks to Asian funding amid Arab boycott

By Alexander Cornwell DOHA (Reuters) - Qatar's third-largest lender, Commercial Bank of Qatar (CBQ), is considering borrowing money on the Taiwanese bond market, its group chief executive told Reuters, as a crisis in the region makes it harder to raise funds.
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Sensex edges up as banks recover; Reliance, Bharti Airtel dent gains

Indian shares rose slightly on Wednesday, as banks recovered from recent losses, but gains were capped as Reliance Industries fell on oil price worries and as Bharti Airtel slumped after a key investor sought to exit. Crude oil prices slipped on Wednesday, ...
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Tillerson's India visit: China top of agenda

'We appreciate his positive evaluation of the relationship and share his optimism about its future directions.''We look forward to welcoming him in India next week for detailed discussions on further strengthening of our partnership,' the MEA said on Friday.Archis Mohan reports. India has described Wednesday's speech by US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson as a 'significant policy statement on India-US relations and its future'. Tillerson is scheduled to visit India next week. A statement from ...
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Formalise the India-China border

Until Delhi and Beijing resolve outstanding border issues within an accelerated time frame, standoffs like Doklam will be repeated across various peaks along the Himalayas, says Mathew Maavak. While the media is abuzz with various analyses on the India-China military stand-off in the Doklam bowl, they generally miss the larger issue at stake, namely the need for a permanent border resolution between both nations. Any temporary resolution over the 89-square kilometre yak-grazing ground claimed ...
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