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Indian shares erased early gains to end modestly lower on Wednesday, as engineering & construction giant Larsen & Toubro posted disappointing Q4 results and investors awaited Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's testimony before the Joint Economic Committee of Congress later in the global day.
The Swiss franc edged sharply lower against its major rivals in early deals on Wednesday following the publication of SNB President Thomas Jordan's Tuesday's remarks on EUR/CHF floor rate.
Computer and printer maker Hewlett-Packard Co.
The British pound came under pressure in early European deals on Wednesday, after U.K.
Asian stocks rose broadly on Wednesday, encouraged by a positive lead from Wall Street, after comments from two Federal Reserve officials suggested the Federal Reserve is unlikely to taper its $85 billion-per-month bond-buying program anytime soon.
The Japanese yen trimmed early losses against other major currencies on Wednesday after the Bank of Japan decided to keep its monetary easing program in tact, as it seeks to attain a 2 percent inflation goal in two years.
Indian shares edged higher on Wednesday, tracking firm Asian cues amid expectations that the Fed would stick to its $85 billion monthly bond-buying program until next year to bolster the economic recovery.
Nutritional products maker Herbalife Ltd.
Asian stock markets are mostly trading notably higher on Wednesday with investors picking up stocks amid renewed optimism about the global economy following recent encouraging data from across the globe.
Japanese consumer electronics company Sony Corp.
Indian shares are set to open higher on Wednesday, tracking strong global cues as investors bet on continued support from the U.S. Federal Reserve, considering the low level of inflation.
The European currency strengthened against other major currencies in Asian morning deals on Wednesday as investor sentiment improved following comments from Fed officials that eased concerns about the central bank paring back its asset purchase program.
The Japanese stock market is trading notably higher on Wednesday with a stronger U.S.
Mortgage finance giant Fannie Mae (FNMA) plans to sell $2 billion of commercial mortgage bonds or CMBS that were issued before the 2008 financial crisis, Bloomberg reported Tuesday, citing people familiar with the offering.
The Australian stock market is trading marginally higher amid selective buying on Wednesday.
Shares of Saks Inc. (SKS) surged 18 percent in extended trading, after a report said the luxury retail chain has hired Goldman Sachs Group Inc.
Tobacco giant Philip Morris International Inc.
Luxury retail chain Saks, Inc.
Dick's Sporting Goods, Inc. (DKS) on Tuesday reported a 13 percent increase in profit for the first quarter, reflecting higher revenues and the partial recovery of a previously impaired investment that helped offset lower consolidated same store sales. However, revenues missed analysts' expectations, while adjusted earnings per share matched their estimates.
Indian shares ended a choppy session notably lower on Tuesday, mirroring weak global cues as investors turned their focus to Fed chairman Ben Bernanke's Congressional testimony to Congress and the release of the Fed's May minutes due this Wednesday for cues on the outlook for interest rates.
The European currency showed mixed trading in early deals on Tuesday.
Asian stocks turned in a mixed performance on Tuesday, with investor attention solely focused on Fed chairman Ben Bernanke's Congressional testimony to Congress and the release of the Fed's May minutes due this Wednesday for cues on the outlook for interest rates.
Struggling consumer electronics retailer Best Buy Co., Inc.
The pound slipped against other major currencies in the European morning session on Tuesday as U.K.
Indian shares are rising in early trading on Tuesday despite weak Asia cues.
Personal computer maker Dell Inc.
Oil and natural gas company Chesapeake Energy Corp.
Lodging real estate investment trust Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc.
The Canadian dollar drifted weaker on Monday morning in New York as the price of crude oil, Canada's crucial export, was slipping ahead of this week's key economic data from the U.S.
Indian shares reversed direction to end modestly lower on Monday. With the rupee trading weak close to 55 levels, investors chose to take some profits off the table following recent sharp gains.
Campbell Soup Co. (CPB) is due to post its third quarter results before the market opens.
Asian stocks rose on Monday, extending a two-week rally, as an upbeat reading on U.S.
Indian shares rose on Monday, taking cues from global markets after Friday's data showed U.S.
Asian stock markets are mostly trading higher on Monday, tracking the positive cues on Friday from Wall Street where upbeat U.S. economic data and comments from a Federal Reserve official boosted investor sentiment.
Indian shares are set to open higher on Monday, mirroring firm global cues.
The Japanese stock market hit a new five-and-a-half year high on Monday, buoyed by Wall Street's gains on Friday and a weaker yen.
The Australian and New Zealand dollars climbed against their major counterparts in Asian morning session on Monday amid risk appetite following last week's upbeat U.S.
The Australian stock market is trading higher on Monday, tracking the positive cues on Friday from Wall Street, where stocks benefited from some upbeat U.S.
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USDCHF's upward movement from 0.9021 extends to as high as 0.9760. Further rise to test 0.9971...
The US dollar had another impressive week, making significant gains against many currencies.
Gold remained under substantial pressure this week with the precious metal down nearly 6.4% (its largest decline in four weeks) and further losses are expected as we head into next week.
The Dow Jones FXCM Dollar Index is a great asset used to determine USD direction.
Recent moves have been wondrous.