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  • India's PE ratio to reduce this fiscal: Credit Suisse Feb 04, 2011 12:48 PM IST

    India's PE ratio to reduce this fiscal: Credit Suisse

    Most fund houses have reduced their exposure to emerging equity markets and increased their exposure to developed equity markets, Robert Parker of Credit Suisse said in an exclusive interview to CNBC-TV18. Interest rates in emerging markets, he added, will rise further.

  • Rupee weakens as local stocks, euro slip Feb 04, 2011 12:16 PM IST

    Rupee weakens as local stocks, euro slip

    The rupee weakened on Friday tracking choppy domestic shares and the euro's drop against the dollar, and is expected to move in a narrow band with most Asian markets closed for the Lunar New Year holiday.

  • ECB holds rates at 1%, inflation message awaited Feb 03, 2011 07:58 PM IST

    ECB holds rates at 1%, inflation message awaited

    The European Central Bank kept interest rates at 1% as forecast on Thursday, ahead of its policy statement where it is expected to repeat its recent inflation warning but signal that a rate rise is not imminent.

  • Food, fuel prices unlikely to shake Fed from path Jan 25, 2011 01:38 PM IST

    Food, fuel prices unlikely to shake Fed from path

    The Federal Reserve will continue to focus on low underlying inflation in pushing aggressive measures to support the US recovery, even as European authorities fret about rising energy and food prices.

  • Possible successors to ECB chief Trichet Jan 21, 2011 08:35 AM IST

    Possible successors to ECB chief Trichet

    European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet's eight year non-renewable term expires at the end of October 2011. European Union leaders must select a new president "from among persons of recognized standing and professional experience in monetary and banking matters".

  • Fake euro coins on the rise, but fewer phony notes Jan 21, 2011 08:35 AM IST

    Fake euro coins on the rise, but fewer phony notes

    The value of the euro may have come under pressure in recent months, but there is some good news for the single European currency -- the production of counterfeit notes and coins remains relatively low.

  • EU to include liquidity in bank stress tests, results in Q3 Jan 19, 2011 08:34 AM IST

    EU to include liquidity in bank stress tests, results in Q3

    European Union finance ministers agreed on Tuesday to include targets on liquidity in new, tougher European bank stress tests to be conducted by the end of May, with results in the third quarter, EU presidency sources said.

  • Eurozone fin mins to discuss changes to rescue fund Jan 18, 2011 08:23 AM IST

    Eurozone fin mins to discuss changes to rescue fund

    Euro zone finance ministers called on Monday for an increase in the effective lending capacity of the currency bloc's rescue fund, but EU paymaster Germany said there was no urgency and it would be March before a firm plan was in place.

  • Trichet urges 'enormous' eurozone effort to cut debt Jan 15, 2011 10:16 AM IST

    Trichet urges 'enormous' eurozone effort to cut debt

    European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet on Saturday urged euro zone governments to make "enormous efforts" to reduce their debt.

  • ECB says ready to act on inflation if needed Jan 14, 2011 08:32 AM IST

    ECB says ready to act on inflation if needed

    The eurozone faces short-term price pressures which could linger, the European Central Bank said on Thursday, showing it could raise interest rates to contain inflation even while the bloc is gripped by a debt crisis.

  • Euro rises feebly ahead of Portugal bond sale Jan 12, 2011 02:59 PM IST

    Euro rises feebly ahead of Portugal bond sale

    The euro rose weakly against the dollar on Wednesday while Asian stocks edged higher, but investors were increasingly nervous ahead of a key bond sale by ailing eurozone member Portugal later in the day.

  • Portugal debt cost seen up, but no bailout trigger Jan 12, 2011 08:18 AM IST

    Portugal debt cost seen up, but no bailout trigger

    Portugal is likely to pay record high premiums to place its debt on Wednesday, but recent bond buying by the European Central Bank should avert a dramatic rise in yields to levels that could make the country seek a bailout.

  • Eurozone to discuss rescue fund capacity on Jan 17 Jan 12, 2011 08:18 AM IST

    Eurozone to discuss rescue fund capacity on Jan 17

    Eurozone finance ministers are likely to consider next week the option of raising the effective lending capacity of the currency bloc's rescue fund as part of efforts to calm sovereign debt markets, eurozone sources said.

  • Wall St down as Portugal weighs; Alcoa on tap Jan 11, 2011 08:34 AM IST

    Wall St down as Portugal weighs; Alcoa on tap

    US stocks lost ground on Monday, with the Dow and S&P 500 heading for a third straight session of losses, as a once-buoyant market sagged at the start of the earnings season.

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