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Wall St extends rise, investors see no change in Fed policy
US stocks advanced for a second straight day as investors bet Fed would temper statements which were interpreted to mean a sooner-than-expected winding down of stimulus efforts.
Indian markets like ?one-way? street for FIIs: Analysts
India has been struggling to control its CAD, which has worsened the fall of the rupee in the recent global sell-off in emerging currencies.
Nifty risk-reward attractive for investors: UBS
UBS is positive on equities on premises of a gradual economic recovery, albeit fragile, aided by the government measures to support recovery.
Gold down more than 1% on Fed jitters, equities gain
Traders are trying to anticipate the Fed's timetable for winding down purchases of $85 bn per month of bonds, a program known as quantitative easing.
'Rupee to remain under pressure in near term'
Re is expected to remain under pressure, given the strengthening of the dollar against major currencies and widening of the trade deficit, says a report.
Weak rupee: IT stocks back on investors' radar
Another factor that will impact IT exporters is the amount of forex hedging and the rate at which receivables are sold in the currency forward market.