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The Indian benchmark indices began the Wednesday morning on a negative note with the Nifty shedding 33.30 points or 0.33 percent while the Sensex slipped 0.27 percent, down 87.06 points. The Bank Nifty was the top index loser in the

The Dow Jones Industrial Average breached the 23,000 mark for the first time on Tuesday led by more than 5 percent gain in UnitedHealth. The broader market however was weighed down by losses in industrial, financial and technology stocks. Shares

11:10 am Oil Prices rise: Oil prices rose today, lifted by a fall in US crude inventories and concerns that tensions in the Middle East could disrupt supplies. Brent crude futures, the international benchmark for oil prices, were at USD

10:17 am Market Check: Equity benchmarks remained lower in morning, with the Nifty breaching 10,200 level, weighed by banks. The 30-share BSE Sensex was down 106.08 points at 32,503.08 and the 50-share NSE Nifty was down 39.50 points at 10,195.00.

The Dow has rocketed through yet another milestone — 23,000. Wall Street’s latest record shows how hot the stock market has become over the past year. The Dow was sitting at just 18,333 on Election Day. But since President Trump’s

He fell 92 spots in a ranking of the richest people in America. President Donald Trump’s net worth has declined by a whopping $ 600 million over the last year, according to a new analysis by Forbes, causing him to

LAGUNA BEACH, Calif.—Listen up, startup founders: If you’re looking for a big corporate home for your young company (rather than an IPO), consider what one tech stalwart, Microsoft, wants. “We look at everything, to be honest,” said Peggy Johnson, the

Thinking of investing in Bitcoin? This post will outline some things you NEED to know before you buy. We’re going to explain: The basics of investing in bitcoin Why it needs to be taken seriously How to buy bitcoins (with

Comments made by Swiss investment adviser Marc Faber about race triggered a swift backlash. Faber, who is well known for his market pessimism and often referred to as “Dr. Doom,” said in the October edition of his “Gloom, Boom &

LAGUNA BEACH, Calif.—Activist investors. Corporate raiders. “Dangerous” dealmakers. Corporate boards of directors fear people like Bill Ackman, the billionaire hedge fund manager behind Pershing Square Capital Management. But they shouldn’t, Ackman said Tuesday at the Wall Street Journal’s D.Live conference