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SINGAPORE: Most emerging Asian currencies eased on Tuesday as investors booked profits from their recent rally after the Federal Reserve's policy stimuluslast week, although some still bought them on dips with expectations of more inflows to the region.
SINGAPORE: Most emerging Asian currencies extended gains on Monday, enjoying capital inflows to the region after the Federal Reserve's aggressive policystimulus last week, and the Indian rupee hit a four-month high on the government's reforms.
NEW YORK: Global stocks retreated on Thursday as expectations dimmed for new stimulus from the Federal Reserve and data indicated an economic slowdown inEurope and China, while the euro rose after sources said Spain was in talks over conditions for aid to reduce its borrowing costs.
NEW YORK: U.S. government bond yields flirted with record lows, oil prices rallied and the dollar fell to a one-month low against the yen on Monday after weak U.S. retail sales data fed bets a faltering economy would prompt more stimulus from the Federal Reserve.
SINGAPORE: Most emerging Asian currencies rose on Friday as investors covered short positions after European leaders unexpectedly agreed on measures to easefiscal strains in Italy and Spain, although regional units are set to see quarterly losses.
TOKYO: Shares, commodities and the battered euro jumped on Monday after euro zone finance ministers agreed to lend Spain up to $125 billion to shore up its struggling banks, relieving markets that had feared for the country's fiscal collapse.
TOKYO (Reuters): Asian shares and the euro edged up from lows on Monday as surveys showing a lead in opinion polls for Greece's pro-bailout camps helped ease risk aversion and calm fears of a disorderly exit from the euro bloc.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Brent crude was steady above $105 per barrel on Thursday, backing off from a more than $1 gain seen earlier in the day, as weak economic data from China added to worries about demand outlook already muddied by the festering euro zone debt crisis.