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  • Indegene IPO: Dive Deep Before You Leap!

    Indegene IPO: Dive Deep Before You Leap!0

    The Indian primary market is abuzz with the upcoming IPO of Indegene, a digital service provider catering to the life sciences industry. With the book-building process open from May 6th to May 8th, 2024, many investors are wondering: should I apply for the Indegene IPO? Indegene IPO: Key Details Issue Price: ₹430 – ₹452 per

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  • Asia FX Edges Higher, Korean Won Surges Even As BOK Holds

    Asia FX Edges Higher, Korean Won Surges Even As BOK Holds0

    Most Asian currencies rose on Thursday, recovering a measure of recent losses as the dollar saw some profit taking, with the won appreciating sharply even as the Bank of Korea held interest rates after 18 months of hikes. The South Korean won rose 0.6% and was the best-performing Asian currency for the day, even as

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  • Taiwan Exports Seen Contracting For Fifth Straight Month in January: Reuters Poll

    Taiwan Exports Seen Contracting For Fifth Straight Month in January: Reuters Poll0

    Taiwan’s exports in January likely fell for the fifth month in a row amid fears of a global recession, uncertainties due to the war in Ukraine, and the COVID situation in China impacting tech demand, according to a Reuters poll. Taiwan, a global hub for chip production and a key supplier to Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL),

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  • China Q4 GDP Slows on COVID Woes, But Beats Expectations

    China Q4 GDP Slows on COVID Woes, But Beats Expectations0

    The Chinese economy grew at a slower pace in the fourth quarter of 2022, data showed on Tuesday, as disruptions caused by the country’s now relaxed zero-COVID policy weighed heavily on business activity, although the reading still beat expectations. Chinese gross domestic product (GPD) grew at an annualized rate of 2.9% in the three months

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  • Dollar Weakens in Wake of CPI Release; Yen Climbs Ahead Of BOJ

    Dollar Weakens in Wake of CPI Release; Yen Climbs Ahead Of BOJ0

    The U.S. dollar edged lower in early European trade Friday, continuing the previous session’s selloff after cooling U.S. inflation opened the way for the Federal Reserve to ease the pace of its interest rate hikes. At 03:05 ET (08:05 GMT), the US Dollar Index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of six other currencies,

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  • Oil rally Stalls on Weak Chinese Data, Uncertainty Over OPEC Cut

    Oil rally Stalls on Weak Chinese Data, Uncertainty Over OPEC Cut0

    Oil prices were muted on Thursday, cutting short a three-day rally after data highlighted growing economic cracks in major crude importer China, while markets also speculated over whether the OPEC’s last meeting for the year will result in a supply cut. Chinese manufacturing activity- a bellwether for the economy- weakened substantially in November, official and

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