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Singapore Dollar Most Vulnerable to U.S. Rates

Singapore ndollar-treasury yield correlation. Bloomberg Data Singapore’s dollar has emerged as Asia’s most-vulnerable currency to prospects of higher U.S. interest rates, driving a gauge measuring the relationship to a record high. The CHART OF THE DAY tracks the Singapore dollar

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U.S. Global Growth Engine Putt-Putts Instead of Purring

The U.S. is resuming its role as an engine of global growth, this time one that just putt-putts along instead of purring. As the International Monetary Fund declares the strengthening U.S. economy is providing a “major impulse” to the world,

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Draghi Seen Easing Policy by June as ECB Readies Rate Cut

Mario Draghi will probably take action within two months against the threat of deflation, economists said. Almost two-thirds of respondents in the Bloomberg Monthly Survey predicted the European Central Bank president will ease policy by June. Of those economists, just under

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Weekly Market Pulse – 7 April 2014

Weekly Market Pulse                                                                                                      April 7, 2014   Sensex closed at 22359, a rise of 20 points as compared to a rise of 584 points in the previous week. Sensex made a new all time high of 22620 Sensex is in

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RBI leaves repo rate on hold at 8 percent, as expected

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) left its policy interest rate unchanged on Tuesday, as expected, and said it does not expect further near-term policy tightening if headline inflation continues to ease towards the bank’s targeted level. The RBI kept

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