Asia stocks make cautious gains as China worries slow recovery rally
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan , which had its best day in two months on Monday, extended its rally without panache - rising 0.3%. The dollar nursed heavy losses, but steadied, and bonds firmed.
Deutsche Bank not keen on DHFL buy
This now leaves 23 suitors in fray who have expressed interest to buy DHFL.
Buy and Sell: New FPI registrations surge even as incumbents bail out
India has seen an overall FPI outflow to the tune of 1.43 lakh crore, N...
The pandemic’s long-term pain is just becoming clear to markets
An indisputable takeaway from the crisis is a massive expansion in global debt.
Asian shares push higher as more countries ease lockdowns
South Korea warned of a second wave of the new coronavirus as infections rebounded to a one-month high, while new infections accelerated in Germany.
Expect additional 35bps reverse repo rate cut by August: Deutsche Bank
‘People were expecting an announcement related to bond purchases’
Asia stocks relieved by China export surprise, US bonds face debt flood
Beijing reported exports rose 3.5% in April on a year earlier, completely confounding expectations of a 15.1% fall and outweighing a 14.2% drop in imports.
Deutsche Bank boosts loans to cash-strapped tycoons in India
The NBFC crisis is creating new prospects for Deutsche Bank. Goldman Sach has been another beneficiary.
SoftBank’s Vision Fund is planning to cut 10% of staff
The Vision Fund has struggled since WeWork botched its efforts to go public last year and SoftBank stepped in to bail the company out.
Five custodian banks alert Sebi on FPI licence renewal
A fund whose registration is not renewed is disallowed from taking fresh positions.
SoftBank’s Masa-Misra partnership strained by losses, infighting
Misra is at the heart of the problem in ways that go beyond how the fund’s companies are performing.
Offshore funds dump blue chips as Covid-19 fears plague investors
Stoppage of fresh inflows on worries of recession are forcing foreign funds to liquidate holdings.
World economy faces tough journey back from crisis: Reports
IHS Markit said that it expects the world economy to shrink 5.5% this year, triple the damage it sustained in the 2008 financial crisis, and then struggle to regain traction.
Morgan Stanley, Goldman declare global recession is under way
Morgan Stanley’s team said a worldwide recession is now its “base case.”
'D' word rears head as coronavirus-hit markets brace for recession
Strategists said that the market's recent volatility was coming at "a frequency previously seen only in the Great Financial Crisis and the Great Depression."
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