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Donald Trump just got his first presidential P.R. coup, and he hasn’t even taken office yet. The question is what did he have to offer. More importantly: Was it worth it? The President-elect announced via Twitter that he and Vice-president

MEXICO CITY : Nomura analysts said on Wednesday that a sell-off of Mexican peso-denominated bonds could gain pace and that potential U.S anti-trade policies could drive yields back near levels seen during the global financial crisis. In a client note,

It’s a happy holiday, indeed. The average U.S. worker will receive a holiday bonus 25% larger than what they received in 2015, according to a recent survey of 500 U.S. companies. While workers received an average year-end bonus totaling $

NEW YORK : The U.S. dollar hit its highest level against the yen in 9 months on Wednesday and also surged against the euro and Swiss franc after a rally in oil prices pushed U.S. Treasury yields higher, while strong

Students will see more of their debts forgiven than previously thought. An estimated $ 108 billion or more in student loans will be forgiven over the next 10 to 20 years, thanks to federal programs that help ease the financial

The Dow and the S&P 500 hit record intraday highs on Wednesday, fueled by gains in energy and bank stocks. Oil prices soared 7.4 percent as some of the world’s largest producers agreed to curb oil output for the first

Apple, and other large public companies like it, may be an endangered species. Or at least their ownership structure might be. Indeed, some economists are starting to imagine a future where even the most valuable companies in America, like Apple,

After Market Data of NSE,BSE and MSEI in Capital Markets For Trade Date 30-Nov-2016 FII/FPI/DII Trading Activity (Rs. Cr) Category Buy Value Sell Value Net Value FII/FPI 14567.84 15002.26 -434.42 DII 2997.27 2320.59 676.68   FII Derivatives Statistics Type Buy

PREMARKET WORLD NEWS Dec E-mini S&Ps (ESZ16 +0.26%) are up +0.22% and European stocks are up +0.32% at a 1-week high as strength in energy producing stocks leads the overall market higher. Jan WTI crude oil (CLF17 +7.96%) has surged

Equity benchmarks as well as broader markets gained for the fourth consecutive session on Wednesday with the Nifty closing above 8200 for the first time since November 11 despite continued selling by FIIs.The easing of demonetisation impact, appreciation in rupee,