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(SOUNDBITE) (English) REUTERS REPORTER, TARA JOSEPH, SAYING: "Binay, it's been to hell and back. And it seems like India's stock market is sort of back in vogue. We have foreign investors wading back
Reuters on the Road: Spandex + NASA = Big Bucks
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The Reuters Guide to What the Heck Is Windows 8?
Ah Windows, that familiar face smiling back at us through the years from our computer screens. Or at least it was familiar. Microsoft's latest offering is leaving some of us PC old-timers feeling,
Thomson Reuters CEO to Step Down
Thomson Reuters CEO Tom Glocer is stepping down at the end of the year. The news and information company has undergone a series of structural and management changes over the past six months to address
Breakingviews: India's Bipolar Stock Market
(SOUNDBITE)(English) REUTERS REPORTER TARA JOSEPH SAYING: "India is half the way around the world from the U.S. Federal Reserve, and yet like many emerging markets, the markets are pretty much
Rural India to Help Stocks Plow Ahead
(SOUNDBITE) (English) REUTERS REPORTER, TARA JOSEPH, SAYING: "Tepid growth, soaring inflation, and a wobbly currency - India is not exactly popping off the charts near the end of 2013." Yet the
India's Extraterrestrial Ambitions
(SOUNDBITE) (English) REUTERS' ASIA ECONOMICS AND MARKETS EDITOR, WAYNE ARNOLD, SAYING: "Mission to Mars: India is going to send a rocket to Mars looking for methane. This is a bit of a suspicious
India's Urban Angst Should Worry Investors
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Exclusive: India Gears Up To Launch Interest Rate Futures - Sources
By Archana Narayanan and Suvashree Dey Choudhury MUMBAI (Reuters) - India plans to launch trading of government bond futures within the next two months as part of efforts to deepen its financial markets, according to several sources involved in the discussions with the central bank. These interest rate futures would help banks and financial firms in Asia's third-largest economy assess expectations for borrowing costs and hedge the risks of rate changes to their bond portfolios. ...