(Bloomberg) -- Corporate earnings set the tone on global equity markets, with stocks from Europe to the U.S. slipping after a three-week run added $4.6 trillion in value worldwide.
Fast moving consumer goods major ITC Ltd.'s net profit rose 10 percent to Rs 2,385 crore, compared to the same quarter last year, the company reported in a filing on the Bombay Stock Exchange. The profit was ... The euro was little changed after the ...
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China Vanke Co.'s shares have fallen below the level that JPMorgan Chase & Co. analysts said might trigger a liquidity squeeze at funds managed by its largest shareholder, Baoneng Group.
RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan on Monday said India has a long way to catch up with China on per capita GDP and will need years of strong growth but cautioned against expanding economy at the cost of environment.
A stock market correction welcomed investors into 2016, and some pundits argued the US' ongoing “manufacturing recession” and heavy industry's struggles signaled broader troubles.