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Issued By Business & Finance Group | Dubai Media City | Issue No.305
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Business & Finance Club - New York : U.S. stock index futures pointed to a slightly higher opening on Wall Street on Monday, with futures for the S&P 500 up...More
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Emerging markets rush turning into secular move

Business & Finance Club - London : Investors caught in the middle of simmering global currency tensions are finding little option but to grab anything that is emerging markets as low rates and a falling dollar feed into

Stocks up as Fed easing view grows

Business & Finance Club - New York : The dollar slid to a 15-year low against the yen and Asian stocks rose on Monday as U.S. jobs data boosted the chances of easier U.S. monetary policy and IMF and G7 meetings produced

Gold rises towards $1,350/oz as dollar languishes

Business & Finance Club - LONDON : Gold prices rose back toward $1,350 an ounce in Europe on Monday and silver touched a new 30-year high as expectations

Bangladesh issues stock alert

Business & Finance Club - Dhaka: Bangladesh's two stock exchanges yesterday issued a red alert, warning investors against a bubbling bourse, fearing these would burst soon unless urgent defusing measures were taken.

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Budget in a fortnight as Britain heads for May 6 election
business & finance club - u.s.a : Gordon Brown will settle today on March 24 as the day for the pre-election Budget as the campaign accelerates towards a May 6 showdown.
Dollar weakens on upbeat economic data
The dollar fell 0.4% against the yen to ¥94.245 and 0.5% versus the British pound to $1.529. But rose 0.1% to $1.348 against the euro. What's moving the markets: The value of the greenback dipped as investors returned from the long weekend with improved confidence in the economic recovery.
Rally in banks, resources lifts most Asian shares
Business & Finance Club - Hong Kong: Asian stocks broadly rose yesterday as a firm performance on Wall Street and optimism over corporate earnings offset increasing worries about the US economy.
Saudi Arabian Shares Fall on Sign of Slowing Fuel Demand in U.S., China
Business & Finance Club - Riyadh : Saudi Arabian shares lost the most in three weeks, led by petrochemical companies, after oil fell on signs that fuel demand in the U.S. and China is faltering as the economic recovery slows.

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