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Why is FTSE 100 shrugging off Shanghai Noon?

<b>So why on earth has the plunge in Chinese stock markets - Shanghai fell another 7.6% today, taking the losses on shares over four days to well over 20% - left European markets unperturbed this morning after yesterday's fall?</b><p>Well, it may well be that the absence of massive (or any) Chinese state …

Home sizes shrink in urban India; Mumbai sees 26.4% fall in 5 years

<b>Bengaluru</b>: The average size of apartments are shrinking across all major cities in India as developers try to make homes more affordable for …

Can Raghuram Rajan do a Bimal Jalan?

What now?<p>The stomach-churning fall in financial markets across the world this week is a sign of growing realization that China is in trouble. The …

Interest Rates

Census 2011 shows Islam is the fastest growing religion in India

<b>New Delhi:</b> Muslims are the fastest growing group in the religious mosaic of India, according to data released on Tuesday by the Registrar General and …

Pew Research Center

DIY private equity

2015-08-19T13:12:19.000Z<p>By: Joseph Cotterill<p>Or, a coda to our recent post on hacking the world’s most expensive asset class.<p>If investors locking up …

The next domino in the oil market — dividends

For investors who thought the situation in the oil sector could not get worse, the last few weeks have come as a bad surprise. In the US, West Texas …

“Overall, we think this global bull market is ageing but not finished”

2015-08-24T14:55:07.000Z<p>By: Paul Murphy<p>A calming checklist from Citi’s Robert Buckland. Click to enlarge…<p>The lack of red in that right hand column …

Morgan Stanley: ‘Buy! Buy! Buy! Buy! Buy!’

2015-08-24T15:53:54.000Z<p>By: Paul Murphy<p>Corr! It’s almost like Teun Draaisma, FTAV’s favourite quant during the proper crisis, was suddenly back in …

China, so…. what now?

2015-08-25T07:27:23.000Z<p>By: David Keohane<p>China, walloped again — Shanghai is off another 7.6 per cent and below 3000 points — even if the rest …

Putting China’s cuts in some context

2015-08-25T11:15:08.000Z<p>By: David Keohane<p>As you’ve surely just seen, China has cut its reserve requirement ratio, by 50bps with effect from Sept 6, …

Why China’s stock market implosion might not be very meaningful

2015-08-25T12:20:22.000Z<p>By: Izabella Kaminska<p>Whilst there’s nothing like a Black Monday bloodbath in China to invigorate the bear case, it is worth …

RBI rate cut hinges on yuan devaluation, US Fed action: DBS

"If recent depreciation pressure on the rupee persists, we suspect that the central bank will be wary of lowering rates further," DBS said in a …

Central Banks

Why India Is Such a Huge Opportunity For Western Investors

India has been the talk of the investment community for a number of years now. But no matter how much the opportunity is explained and analysed, …

How Sophisticated Investors Were Hurt in India

The first rule of investing is buy assets cheap and sell them high, but a recent report shows that some professional investors in India bought at the market’s peak and haven’t yet been able to cash their investments in.

India rises above the BRIC pile, lures investors

These are challenging times for most of the world's largest developing countries. Russia is reeling from low oil prices and Western sanctions, China is struggling to maintain robust growth, and Brazil's expansion has stalled as public spending soars.<p>Then there is India.<p>India has grabbed headlines …

What is behind the mutual fund expense ratio?

Tax savings for Home loan interest under Section 24 B<p>Read More >><p>Savings account interest up to Rs10,000 exempt under Section 80TTA<p>Read More >><p>What …

The six Cs of the China stock slump

<b>The repercussions from "Black Monday" - the global markets turmoil caused by a plunge in Chinese stocks - continue to be felt on Tuesday.</b><p>To the uninitiated, the situation may seem bafflingly complex, here's a breakdown of the issues:<p>China<p>The story of China has been one of extraordinary growth in …

Packaged bank account complaints soaring, says Ombudsman

<b>The number of complaints about so-called packaged bank accounts has "shot up", according to the Financial Ombudsman.</b><p>Some 25,500 people complained about the issue in the first six months of 2015, more than in the whole of 2014.<p>Packaged bank accounts offer additional benefits such as insurance and …

What next for the global economy after China market woes?

<b>It's been a rough August for investors. As has now been repeated ad nauseam, trillions of dollars have been wiped off global stock markets.</b><p>And that's left many questioning the underlying health of the global economy and wondering what comes next.<p>At heart, anyone grappling with this issue is really …

Breaking News, Sport, Features and Video

News HuffPost<p>'Horrific hammer attack' on women<p>Police hunting 27-year-old after shocking assault that left two victims in critical condition<p>Do not …

No interest rate rise until 2017? Experts react to China's Black Monday

Slower growth means central banks could keep interest rates on hold for longer, despite China's latest intervention<p>Investors breathed a sigh of relief on Tuesday after China cut interest rates for the fifth time since November and lowered the amount of reserves banks must hold.<p>Stock markets rallied …

Why is China's stock market falling and how might it affect the global economy?

Concerns about inflation, shares and interest rates are raised after ‘Black Monday’ chaos sees billions wiped off markets around the globe<p>China’s stock market has fallen sharply over recent weeks despite measures by officials in Beijing aimed at calming investors’ jitters and shoring up global …

Stock Markets

What does the market collapse mean for interest rates?

Economists at Barclays have pushed their expectation of a Fed rate rise out to March next year; their counterparts at Citigroup now believe that the Bank of England will sit on its hands until 2017. Are Western central banks outsourcing monetary policy to China?<p>Analysts will be picking over the …

Warren Buffett's Best Advice on Navigating Stock Market Crashes

One of the world's wealthiest men has seen his fair share of market swings and knows how to deal with the stress of market volatility.<p>Last week was a terrifying week for Wall Street; with the Asian markets tumbling and the Dow Jones down almost 600 points yesterday, this could be a crazy ride. The …

Blaming China Is Not the Answer

As the carnage in global stock markets continues, it is tempting to want to revert to the lessons of history as a source of potential salvation. Many financial prognosticators are indeed trying to make sense of this latest emerging global market crash, saying that because the markets behaved a …

China’s central bank is fighting against the waves of cash flowing out of the country

In the immortal words of the nuns in <i>The</i> <i>Sound of Music</i>, how do you hold a wave upon the sand? Central bankers in China would like to know, as they struggle to stop the tide of speculative capital now flowing out of the country.<p>Earlier today (Aug. 25), the People’s Bank of China cut the bank reserve …

Investors pull $1 trillion from emerging markets in a year

Investors can't get their cash out of emerging markets quickly enough.<p>Money has been pouring out of developing economies at a faster pace, and for longer, than during global financial crisis of 2008 and 2009, according to data from NN Investment Partners, an asset manager based in the …

Stock Markets

This city is the world capital of female-founded startups

Move over Silicon Valley. Chicago has the largest percentage of female-founded startups in the world.<p>Roughly one out of every three (30%) Windy City …

China needs to open up about its economy

Many of the worries over China's economy and markets can be boiled down to a single word: Uncertainty.<p>Will Beijing rescue the stock market? Will the central bank move to stimulate the economy? Just how weak is growth?<p>China cut interest rates for a fifth time since November on Tuesday, and made it …

Apple, Best Buy, Netflix and Facebook welcome a happier but still wild day for stocks

It looked like the U.S. stock market had taken a deep breath and pulled its act together.<p>Maybe not so much.<p>After a harrowing few days in which stocks …

Stock Markets