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'Political Uncertainty' - 39 News Result(s)

  • Investors See No Let Up To Market Bloodbath If Trump Wins Presidency

    Investors See No Let Up To Market Bloodbath If Trump Wins Presidency

    Markets fear a Trump victory could trigger global economic and political turmoil, creating massive uncertainty for investors who had been counting on a win by Democrat Hillary Clinton.

  • Rupee Ends At One-Month High Of 66.62 Against Dollar

    Rupee Ends At One-Month High Of 66.62 Against Dollar

    Expectations of robust capital inflows on the back of fading political uncertainty along with bullish domestic stock markets largely supported the rupee momentum, a forex dealer said.

  • Eurozone Business Growth Hits 21-Month Low: Survey

    Eurozone Business Growth Hits 21-Month Low: Survey

    Businesses have reined in spending amid growing caution about the economic outlook and political uncertainty as Britain gears up to start divorce proceedings from the European Union and Germany and France face elections.

  • European Stocks Post Highest Close Since Brexit

    European Stocks Post Highest Close Since Brexit

    A top European share index rose on Monday to post its highest close since Britain voted to leave the European Union, after Theresa May won the race to succeed David Cameron as Prime Minister, reducing political uncertainty in the UK.

  • Brexit Will Put Pressure On Global Growth: IMF Deputy MD

    Brexit Will Put Pressure On Global Growth: IMF Deputy MD

    Brexit creates huge political uncertainty and will put pressure on global growth, the International Monetary Fund (IMF)'s Deputy Managing Director Zhu Min said on Tuesday.

  • Sensex Crashes 854 Points in Biggest Fall Since Rupee Crisis in 2013

    Sensex Crashes 854 Points in Biggest Fall Since Rupee Crisis in 2013

    The BSE Sensex fell over 3 per cent on Tuesday in its biggest loss since the rupee crisis in 2013. An unrelenting slide in oil prices and political uncertainty in Greece weighed on stock markets across the globe.

  • Sensex Crashes Over 850 Points, Sinks Below 27,000

    Sensex Crashes Over 850 Points, Sinks Below 27,000

    The BSE Sensex and Nifty fell more than 2 per cent on Tuesday as Indian stock markets headed for their biggest daily loss since the midst of the rupee crisis in 2013. An unrelenting slide in oil prices and political uncertainty in Greece weighed on stock markets across the globe.

  • Sensex Slumps Over 500 Points as Oil's Tumble Roils Global Markets

    Sensex Slumps Over 500 Points as Oil's Tumble Roils Global Markets

    The Sensex fell to over 500 points to 27,330 at its day's low, tracking weak Asian shares tumbled as sliding oil prices and political uncertainty in Greece forced investors out of risk assets.

  • Gold Firms Up on Improved Demand; Silver Spurts

    Gold Firms Up on Improved Demand; Silver Spurts

    Globally, the yellow metal climbed on safe-haven demand amid lingering fears of a global economic slowdown and political uncertainty in Greece despite strong dollar sentiment.

  • Gold Holds Close to Seven-week High on Safe-haven Demand

    Gold Holds Close to Seven-week High on Safe-haven Demand

    Gold was trading close to a seven-week peak on Wednesday, boosted by safe-haven bids as the dollar weakened on cautious comments by US Federal Reserve officials regarding a rate hike and on political uncertainty in Greece.

  • Nikkei Tumbles to One-Week Low on Greece Anxiety, Strong Yen

    Nikkei Tumbles to One-Week Low on Greece Anxiety, Strong Yen

    Japanese stocks tumbled to a more than one-week low on Wednesday morning, as political uncertainty in Greece spooked world markets already under strain from a slide in crude oil prices and worries over global growth.

  • Oil Hits Five-Year Low, Crushing Risk Appetite

    Oil Hits Five-Year Low, Crushing Risk Appetite

    Oil prices plumbed fresh five-year lows on Tuesday, prompting investors worried about the global economy and renewed political uncertainty in Greece to dump shares.

  • Rupee Fall to 61.40 on Broad Dollar Gains

    Rupee Fall to 61.40 on Broad Dollar Gains

    Dollar rallied against global majors after Republican victory in US mid-term elections clears political uncertainty

  • Indian Economy to Gain Momentum in 2014: OECD

    Indian Economy to Gain Momentum in 2014: OECD

    India's economic growth is poised to inch up 4.9 per cent in 2014 and is expected to gain momentum with a decline in "political uncertainty" after the general elections, although rising bad loans would weigh on recovery, Paris-based think-tank OECD said today.

  • India to See Modest Recovery in Growth at 5.6%: Citigroup

    India to See Modest Recovery in Growth at 5.6%: Citigroup

    The output and order pipelines have been affected by elections and political uncertainty and there could be a recovery in factory activity post elections as clarity emerges on the political front.

  • World shares dip after five-day rally, Italy politics weigh in Europe

    World shares dip after five-day rally, Italy politics weigh in Europe

    In Europe, the fading momentum was compounded by fresh political uncertainty in Italy where Prime Minister Enrico Letta defied pressure to make way for the centre-left leader Matteo Renzi.

  • Power Grid sale gets bids for 6.7 times stock on offer

    Power Grid sale gets bids for 6.7 times stock on offer

    The level of demand indicates healthy investor appetite despite Asia's third-largest economy growing at its slowest pace in a decade and political uncertainty in view of a general election to be called by May.

  • OECD pegs India's 2013-14 GDP growth at 3.4%

    OECD pegs India's 2013-14 GDP growth at 3.4%

    The country's economic activity is expected to recover gradually as "rupee depreciation supports exports, infrastructure projects cleared by the Cabinet Committee on Investment come on stream and political uncertainty declines after the general election due in the spring 2014", OECD said.

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