By Saikat Chatterjee
HONG KONG - Sentiment at some of the biggest companies across Asia brightened in the first quarter of 2016, rising from a four-year low registered three months prior, as executives bet on economic improvement in China, a Thomson Reuters/INSEAD survey showed.
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- Optimism for the coming six months among Asia-Pacific's biggest firms picked up in the first quarter of 2016, tempered mainly by concerns about declining demand in China and excessive currency volatility, a Thomson Reuters/INSEAD survey showed.
The poll of 97 companies yielded a Thomson Reuters/INSEAD Asian Business Sentiment Index of 65 for January-March, from 5
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Nifty finally managed to surpass the key hurdle of 7600 in the passing week, thanks to supportive cues both from domestic and global front. All eyes were on the US Fed from the beginning and they announced widely expecte
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?"By reconciling to the Street View of only 2 rate increases in 2016 instead of its previous indication of 4 increases in Dec 2015, the Fed has acknowledged that eve
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The Wholesale Price Index (WPI) based inflation remained flat in Feb’16 at -0.9% (was -0.9% in Jan’16).
CPI is more of an inflation indicator on the radar of policy makers, even though it is WPI that is m
SINGAPORE - Singapore's non-oil domestic exports likely declined in February, a Reuters poll showed, underscoring the headwinds the city-state's economy faces from sluggish global demand.
Non-oil domestic exports in February fell 2.6 percent from a year earlier, according to the median forecast in the survey of 13 economists.
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By Sumanta Dey
BENGALURU - The Reserve Bank of India will wait a month to cut interest rates again, according to economists in a Reuters poll who mostly said New Delhi's latest fiscal deficit target looked optimistic.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley committed to fiscal discipline in his Feb 29 budget, lowering the deficit target furt
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“It’ll take at least a session or two for markets to digest the Union Budget announcements. Volatility will continue to keep traders on edge on account of global factors. The key levels are intact in Nifty and so is our negative view. We s
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI - Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley unveiled a budget for the poor on Monday, announcing new rural aid and health programmes in a strategy shift that could boost his ruling party in coming state elections.
ATSI SHETH, ANALYST, MOODY'S INVESTORS SERVICE
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"Union Budget 2016-17 to dictate sentiments next week.
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