USD/INR closed at 68.93 against its opening at 69.06.
Sensex closed down 356 points on US recession fears, Nifty settles at 11,354.
Oil prices drop almost 1 percent on concerns recession may be looming.
U.S. buyers of Venezuelan oil sub in Shell, BP offshore crude.
Gold gains as U.S. recession fears boost safe-haven assets.
Trump push for China trade reform draws wide support at home, abroad.
Brexit up in the air as May pushes divorce deal for third time.
Fed's Evans says have to be nervous about yield curve, but U.S. economy solid.
Yen gains as global economic worries drive risk aversion.
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The Bangladeshi government and the United Nations refugee agency on Sunday disputed Myanmar’s claim it had repatriated five members of a Rohingya family, saying neither the government of Bangladesh nor the aid agency had any involvement in any such repatriation.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari is to meet U.S. President Donald Trump at the White House on April 30, the White House said on Sunday.The meeting comes weeks after Rex Tillerson, then U.S. secretary of state, visited Nigeria and other African countries in March only to be fired after his return to Washington.
Total profit from China’s central government-owned firms accelerated in the first quarter while debt levels fell from the beginning of the year, suggesting Beijing is having some success with revamping its debt-ridden and lumbering state sector.
Mexico’s left-wing presidential front-runner said on Sunday that corrupt governments in the country were to blame for U.S. President Donald Trump’s bad impression of Mexicans, promising to change Trump’s perception if elected.
South Korea’s finance minister said on Monday that public funds could only be used to support the South Korean auto unit of General Motors Co if it was clear that the business could survive on its own long-term.
Japanese Foreign Affairs Minister Taro Kono and his Chinese counterpart kicked off the first high-level economic talks between their nations in eight years on Monday, at a time of tense trade relations with the United States for both countries.
A magnitude 5.9 quake struck off Indonesia in the Moluccas on Monday, the U.S. Geological Survey said.A magnitude 5.9 is considered moderate and can cause considerable damage when on land.Indonesia is in the so-called Ring of Fire and is earthquake-prone.
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