The latest orders came after Alps Motor Finance, Burr Brown India and Bajwa Agro Industries failed to pay the penalty imposed on them for violating regulations.
11 Nov 2016, 9.28 am | Source: PTI
Indian ADRs ended lower on Thursday. ICICI Bank declined 0.58 percent and Tata Motors fell 1.56 percent.
11 Nov 2016, 8.19 am | Source: Moneycontrol.com
The Dow Jones industrial average jumped 1.17 percent to end at 18,807.88, smashing through its previous record high set in August by almost 1 percent.
11 Nov 2016, 7.48 am | Source: Reuters
Japan's Nikkei also rose more than 1 percent to 6-1/2-month highs thanks to a weaker yen.
11 Nov 2016, 7.38 am | Source: Reuters
European stocks rally as markets accept Trump victory; DAX up 1.23%
10 Nov 2016, 2.07 pm | Source: Investing.com
Indian ADRs ended mixed on Wednesday. Dr Reddy's Laboratories gained 6.53 percent and Infosys shed 4.09 percent.
10 Nov 2016, 7.59 am | Source: Moneycontrol.com
The US dollar carved out a staggering range, rebounding from as low as 101.19 yen all the way to 105.83, a move that will come as a huge relief to Japanese exporters.
10 Nov 2016, 7.38 am | Source: Reuters
The Dow Jones industrial average jumped 1.4 percent to end at 18,589.69, just 0.25 percent below its all-time high set in August. The S&P 500 surged 1.11 percent to 2,163.26 and the Nasdaq Composite added 1.11 percent to end at 5,...
10 Nov 2016, 7.34 am | Source: Reuters
Moscow, Nov 9 (AFP) Moscow stocks ticked up today on news of Donald Trump's victory in the US presidential election, running counter to falls in global financial markets, amid hope that Trump would mend relations with Moscow.
09 Nov 2016, 5.26 pm | Source: PTI
However, Dow futures were still about 300 points lower after earlier falling 800 points. Stock futures fell and bonds rallied as markets feared Donald Trump could pull off an upset and take the White House.
09 Nov 2016, 2.48 pm | Source: CNBC
Traders clamored into safe havens such as gold and US Treasurys, but many simply did not know what they would do when trading opened Wednesday, because of the uncertainty about the New York businessman's policies.
09 Nov 2016, 2.39 pm | Source: CNBC
Futures for the Euro STOXX 50 fell 4.2 percent, and futures for the STOXX 600 were down 4.1 percent. Futures for the FTSE, DAX and CAC were down 3.3-3.9 percent lower.
09 Nov 2016, 1.39 pm | Source: Reuters
Markets fear a Trump victory could trigger global economic and political mayhem, creating massive uncertainty for investors who had been counting on a win by Democrat Hillary Clinton, whose policies were seen as more staid but pre...
09 Nov 2016, 11.08 am | Source: Reuters
S&P 500 futures fell more than 5 percent just before midnight ET. Trade volume in eMini S&P futures was about 17 times their average daily volume, according to a note from Citi.
09 Nov 2016, 11.02 am | Source: CNBC
Japan's Nikkei 225 shed 4.12 percent, after rising more than 1 percent, as the yen, regarded as a safe haven currency, climbed amid nervousness over the vote. Dollar/yen was trading at 101.56 as of 11:32 am HK/SIN, after climbing ...
09 Nov 2016, 10.30 am | Source: CNBC
Shares in Asia slump led by Tokyo as U.S. presidential race down to wire
09 Nov 2016, 8.45 am | Source: Investing.com
Australia's ASX 200 was down 0.57 percent, slipping from gains of 0.8 percent at the open. The benchmark index's energy sub-index was down 2.14 percent, but losses were limited by the financials sub-index, which was down a more mo...
09 Nov 2016, 8.06 am | Source: CNBC
Battleground states down to wire as results come in for U.S. vote
09 Nov 2016, 8.04 am | Source: Investing.com
Investors moved into bonds and stocks cratered as traders questioned whether Democrat Hillary Clinton could win the race, as expected. The Mexican peso fell sharply against the US dollar.
09 Nov 2016, 8.02 am | Source: CNBC
Asian shares weaker as U.S. presidential vote leaves investors on edge
09 Nov 2016, 7.51 am | Source: Investing.com
Indian ADRs ended mostly lower on Tuesday. Wipro fell 1.34 percent and HDFC Bank was down 1.26 percent.
09 Nov 2016, 7.36 am | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Wall Street sees the former secretary of state as a status quo candidate lending stability to the markets, while Republican candidate Donald Trump's stances on foreign policy, trade and immigration are less certain.
09 Nov 2016, 7.10 am | Source: Reuters
Equities, the dollar and emerging market currencies were the early favourites over low-yielding hedges such as gold, the yen, Swiss franc and sovereign bonds.
09 Nov 2016, 7.09 am | Source: Reuters
U.K. manufacturing production rises more than expected in September
08 Nov 2016, 3.02 pm | Source: Investing.com
The campaign to win the White House has officially ended and US voters decide Tuesday who will replace Barack Obama.
08 Nov 2016, 1.47 pm | Source: CNBC
Shares in Asia narrowly mixed with Shanghai up after trade figures
08 Nov 2016, 8.35 am | Source: Investing.com
China's October trade surplus narrower than expected at $49.06 billion
08 Nov 2016, 8.14 am | Source: Investing.com
Indian ADRs ended higher on Monday. ICICI Bank was up 6.55 percent and Wipro added 2.11 percent.
08 Nov 2016, 8.02 am | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Japan's Nikkei rose 0.3 percent, aided both by the positive sentiment and a weaker yen.
08 Nov 2016, 7.36 am | Source: Reuters
The Dow Jones industrial average jumped 2.08 percent to end at 18,259.67 points and the S&P 500 surged 2.22 percent to 2,131.52. The Nasdaq Composite added 2.37 percent to 5,166.17.
08 Nov 2016, 7.36 am | Source: Reuters