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  • US stocks, euro rise on hopes for Greece aid deal Jun 18, 2011 10:42 AM IST

    US stocks, euro rise on hopes for Greece aid deal

    Stocks and the euro rose on Friday after the leaders of France and Germany hinted at an aid deal to save fellow euro zone member Greece from default and avert another global crisis, but until an accord is reached a layer of anxiety is seen hanging over markets.

  • Rupee likely to be range-bound, dealers eye euro move Jun 17, 2011 06:40 PM IST

    Rupee likely to be range-bound, dealers eye euro move

    The Indian rupee is likely to be range bound against the U.S. dollar next week while the Greece debt crisis continues to be the key trigger to drive the local unit against the greenback, dealers said.

  • Rupee weak on local shares, exporters put brakes on fall Jun 17, 2011 04:02 PM IST

    Rupee weak on local shares, exporters put brakes on fall

    Rupee weakened in afternoon trade on Friday in tandem with the fall in domestic equities, but dollar selling by exporters around the level of 44.95 prevented a further fall.

  • Euro, stocks drop as Greece worries build Jun 17, 2011 01:04 PM IST

    Euro, stocks drop as Greece worries build

    The euro fell on Friday, with investors still largely unconvinced that Greece can dodge a debt default without more political stability in Athens, keeping equity and commodity prices in a near-term downtrend.

  • Rupee eases on euro's drop, lower shares Jun 16, 2011 12:04 PM IST

    Rupee eases on euro's drop, lower shares

    The rupee weakened for a second day on Thursday, tailing a fall in the euro and shares that slipped on expectations for a rate increase at the RBI's policy at 12:00 p.m.

  • Crude oil slides more than 4% Jun 16, 2011 08:21 AM IST

    Crude oil slides more than 4%

    Oil slid more than 4%, as signs of further economic weakness fed demand worries and a rising dollar weighed, triggering technical sell stops and sending US crude to its lowest since February.

  • Europe selling due to doubts over Greek debt: Robert Parker Jun 15, 2011 04:44 PM IST

    Europe selling due to doubts over Greek debt: Robert Parker

    Weakness in global equities along with uncertainty over Greece's debt restructuring saw investors seeking safety in quality European bonds, says Robert Parker, Vice Chairman, Credit Suisse Asset Management.

  • Euro slumps on Greek wrangling; global stocks slip Jun 15, 2011 02:40 PM IST

    Euro slumps on Greek wrangling; global stocks slip

    The euro fell on Wednesday and safe-haven government bonds rose as divisions between euro zone officials over a new aid plan for debt-laden Greece curbed appetite for risky assets.

  • Euro ministers fail to clinch deal on Greek aid Jun 15, 2011 09:15 AM IST

    Euro ministers fail to clinch deal on Greek aid

    Eurozone ministers failed on Tuesday to reach agreement on how private holders of Greek debt should share the costs of a new bailout, putting the onus on the leaders of Germany and France to forge a deal later this week.

  • Rupee seen steady to weak, shares eyed Jun 15, 2011 09:15 AM IST

    Rupee seen steady to weak, shares eyed

    The rupee should be little changed on Wednesday, with a negative bias on lower Asian peers and equities.

  • Rupee up on strong Asians, local shares, euro recovery Jun 14, 2011 10:55 AM IST

    Rupee up on strong Asians, local shares, euro recovery

    The rupee strengthened on Tuesday after dipping to a week-low in the previous session in tandem with positive domestic equities, a stabilising euro and strong Asian currencies.

  • World stocks hit 12-week-low on growth jitters Jun 13, 2011 03:13 PM IST

    World stocks hit 12-week-low on growth jitters

    World stocks hit 12-week-low on growth jitters

  • Euro firms as Greek drama grinds on; stocks dip Jun 13, 2011 10:32 AM IST

    Euro firms as Greek drama grinds on; stocks dip

    The euro bounced on Monday, though its gains appeared short-lived as major European powers continue to haggle over a fresh rescue package for Greece, while Asian stocks extended a seven-week losing streak on fears the global recovery is losing steam.

  • Rupee weakens tailing euro, Asian peers, local shares Jun 13, 2011 09:45 AM IST

    Rupee weakens tailing euro, Asian peers, local shares

    The rupee fell on Monday following the weakness in the euro, Asian currencies and local shares.

  • Rupee treads water; global markets eyed for cues Jun 10, 2011 08:02 PM IST

    Rupee treads water; global markets eyed for cues

    The rupee was little changed on Friday as the negative impact of weak local shares and a volatile euro was offset by robust corporate dollar inflows, but importer dollar demand capped gains.

  • Rupee weakens on local shares; euro, data in focus Jun 09, 2011 07:19 PM IST

    Rupee weakens on local shares; euro, data in focus

    The rupee gave up ground on Thursday as local equities turned choppy and the euro pulled back before the European Central Bank's rate decision due after the local market hours.

  • Rupee seen weak on regional units, shares Jun 09, 2011 10:15 AM IST

    Rupee seen weak on regional units, shares

    Rupee seen weak on regional units, shares

  • Rupee sits tight; importers negate exporter dollar sales Jun 08, 2011 07:54 PM IST

    Rupee sits tight; importers negate exporter dollar sales

    The rupee was little changed in choppy trade on Wednesday, as weak local shares, a pull back in the euro and importer dollar buying offset support extended by exporter dollar sales.

  • Rupee seen weak on lower stocks, Asian peers Jun 08, 2011 09:51 AM IST

    Rupee seen weak on lower stocks, Asian peers

    The rupee is expected to weaken early on Wednesday on lower regional equities, weaker Asian currencies and likely importer dollar demand.

  • Euro ticks up, Aussie firm ahead of central bank meet Jun 07, 2011 06:51 PM IST

    Euro ticks up, Aussie firm ahead of central bank meet

    The euro ticked up in Asia on Tuesday, steadying from a slide after the Eurogroup chairman said the common currency was overvalued, while the Australian dollar held firm ahead of a central bank meeting despite expectations that it will keep interest rates steady.

  • Gold hits one-month high on weak US outlook Jun 07, 2011 08:15 AM IST

    Gold hits one-month high on weak US outlook

    Gold rose to its highest price in more than a month on Monday, as fears of a slowing US economy and expectations that Federal Reserve monetary policy would remain easy prompted safe-haven demand.

  • Euro edges up, Aussie holds firm ahead of rates Jun 07, 2011 08:15 AM IST

    Euro edges up, Aussie holds firm ahead of rates

    The euro edged up in early Asian trade, steadying from a slide in a relatively subdued session overnight after the Eurogroup chairman said the common currency was overvalued.

  • Rupee up on euro's gains against dollar Jun 06, 2011 11:10 AM IST

    Rupee up on euro's gains against dollar

    The rupee is expected to rise early on Monday after a weak U.S. jobs data pushed the euro up, but defence and oil related payments and shaky shares could weigh.

  • At best, market can see 5600-5800 on upside: Sampriti Cap Jun 06, 2011 09:35 AM IST

    At best, market can see 5600-5800 on upside: Sampriti Cap

    Sandeep J Shah, CEO of Sampriti Capital in an interview with CNBC-TV18 gave his readings and outlook for the market.

  • Rupee steady; weak local shares offset firm euro Jun 03, 2011 06:58 PM IST

    Rupee steady; weak local shares offset firm euro

    The rupee ended almost steady on Friday for a second straight session as weak local shares and dollar demand from importers countered a firm euro, while the market prepared for crucial US jobs data due later.

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