World shares staggered higher after suffering their worst week in two years, attempting to brush off fresh rises in global bond yields.
World shares ground out a fresh record high, making almost 50 for the year, although Europe traded cautiously as markets waited to see Spanish separation angst.
World shares rose, with Chinese stocks hitting 21-month highs and Germany a record, while political uncertainty triggered big moves in sterling.
World stocks rose, attempting to recover after fears of a US-North Korea nuclear standoff drove them to the biggest weekly losses of 2017.
World shares extended a run of record highs, as a cautious sounding Bank of Japan lifted Asian stocks to a near decade peak.
The dollar hit a four-month high against the yen and bonds and top emerging market currencies were back under pressure, on bets for higher interest rates.
World shares, oil and bond yields all pulled back after bright starts to the second half of the year, as a long-range missile test by North Korea.
World shares steadied after selling in the tech sector triggered their biggest fall in over a month, while the yen slid to a two-week low.
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Remaining stake in the mall will remain with Nitesh Estates
Eyes palm oil business and may join race to acquire Ruchi Soya
Godrej Agrovet is yet to formally approach Ruchi Soya on the same
ITC , Patanjali Ayurved and Emami are other cos which have shown interest
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Earlier, Bombay HC had set aside the sale
SC sets aside Bombay HC ruling
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Approved ANDA bioequivalent of Glucophage XR of Bristol Myers Squibb
Co eyes to commercialise product soon
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FPI limit under Portfolio Investment Scheme increased from 24% to 49%