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Market

RBIís interest rate cut keeps Sensex hopes alive
The index closed at 28,334.63 points, while it had ended trade at 28,046.66 points points on November 14.
Shares up; focus on divergent outlooks
Dollar swings to seven-year high against yen
Saudi to open stock market before April
Foreign institutional investors are expected to begin direct trading of Saudi Arabian stocks before April next year, the Asharq Al Awsat reported on Monday.
Kuwait to let banks trade derivatives
Kuwaitís dinar rose sharply against the US dollar in the forwards market on Monday in response to news that the Kuwaiti central bank would allow local banks to deal in derivatives with foreign banks.
Emerging markets will continue to disappoint
The US dollarís rise will soon be reinforced by higher US interest rates, which means a liquidity squeeze in emerging markets.
What next for lira and rupee debt?
India is another nation where economic growth is accelerating while the fall in crude oil prices means a fall in wholesale/CPI inflation and the very real possibility of Reserve Bank of India easing.
Crude oil fall and global auto shares
Geopolitical risk does not matter when the world oil market faces a surge in US shale oil production, writes Matein Khalid
Forex settlements hit Europe shares
European shares and core bond yields fell on Wednesday, bucking a strong performance in Japan, with bank stocks under pressure following a $3.4 billion settlement over allegations of price-fixing in currency markets.
Global equities rise, Brent crude drops to 4-year low
Sales tax delay talk pushes Japan shares to seven-year high
Canada, China in $32.67billion currency swap
The agreement was announced after Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper met Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.
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