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Rupee near 21-month high; gains 19 paise in early trade
Asian stocks hover near two-year highs on US optimism, euro steady
Asian stocks climb on the back of US tax reform, euro surrenders gains as French election jitters return
Asian stocks set for cautious start on weak US cues
Sterling on a high after Theresa May's surprise decision to call for elections seeking stronger Brexit mandate
Asia stocks slip amid North Korea concerns, dollar up on Mnuchin comments
World stocks, dollar under pressure after soft US data
Asian shares, Korean won head south on geopolitical worries
Trump jawboning drags dollar, Treasuries down, Asia stocks mixed
Investors seek safe havens in yen, gold, bonds on North Korea, Syria tensions
Asian stocks set for a rough ride as geopolitical risks rise
Global stocks skid, safe-haven assets jump as US strikes Syria
Asia stocks slip, investors on edge for Trump-Xi meeting
Asian stocks rise as China gains; oil up on North Sea outage
Asia stocks skittish as investors seek safe havens before Trump-Xi meeting
Asia stocks mixed after strong Wall Street, dollar gains on US data
Sensex closes 184 pts lower, Nifty ends below 9,050-mark; Tata Steel top loser
Sensex ends 135 pts higher, Nifty holds above 9,080
Sensex tumbles over 130 pts, Axis Bank top loser
Sensex, Nifty ends lower; ITC gains, Airtel loses
Markets well placed to absorb Fed rate hike: Shaktikanta Das
Market record close: Nifty closes above 9,100 for the first time, Sensex closes 187 pts higher
From state polls to RBI policy: How recent events strengthened Indian rupee
Asian stocks slip, Fed's decision day makes investors wary
Sterling slips as Brexit talks get green light, stocks subdued before Fed
Asia stocks edge higher, dollar up before US payrolls
Global Markets - Dollar firm in Asia, resource shares on the run
Asian stocks slip as caution sets in; debt yields firm
Asian stocks flat, euro slides on French election concerns
Global stocks drop as markets wary of Fed, geopolitical tensions
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