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  • *Facing headwinds in India, Middle East businesses- CEO. BENGALURU, July 19- India's third-largest software services exporter Wipro forecast muted revenue growth in the current quarter and warned Britain's decision to leave the European Union could lead some customers to defer business over the medium term. Wipro is also "fundamentally changing" its business...

  • July 18- U.S. regulators are investigating whether Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV had inflated vehicle sales figures, the company said Monday, following a lawsuit by Illinois dealers in January. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the Department of Justice are probing the way the Italian-American automaker reports vehicle sales to individuals,...

  • The Securities and Exchange Commission as well as the U.S. Department of Justice are conducting the investigation and the Italian-American automaker based in London is cooperating, according to a company statement.

  • BANGALORE, India _ Infosys Ltd. on Friday reported fiscal first-quarter net income of $511 million. The average estimate of seven analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of 23 cents per share. Infosys shares have risen 10 percent since the beginning of the year.

  • NEW DELHI, July 15- Indian IT services giant Infosys Ltd warned it won't make its previous revenue target for this fiscal year, cutting its outlook after first-quarter earnings came in below estimates and Britain's vote to exit the European Union left the company with little visibility on future business prospects. Shares in Infosys, India's second-largest...

  • It's not just Brexit. Wild swings in financial markets due to stimulus measures are spurring Japanese consumers to snap up gold.

  • JPMorgan, the largest U.S. bank by assets, beat subdued expectations, reporting a 1 percent slide in second-quarter earnings on Thursday, in the face of historically low rates, volatile markets and questions about its future in one of Europe's biggest economies. Chief Financial Officer Marianne Lake struck a resilient tone when discussing results, saying...

  • July 14- JPMorgan Chase& Co is lending more and keeping a lid on expenses to combat the scourge of low interest rates, allowing management to stick to financial goals for the year. JPMorgan, the largest U.S. bank by assets, beat subdued expectations in reporting a 1 percent slide in second-quarter earnings on Thursday, in the face of historically low rates, volatile...

  • July 14- JPMorgan Chase& Co is lending more and keeping a lid on expenses to combat the scourge of low interest rates, allowing management to stick to financial goals for the year. JPMorgan, the largest U.S. bank by assets, beat subdued expectations in reporting a 1 percent slide in second-quarter earnings on Thursday, in the face of historically low rates, volatile...

  • *India's Jan-June gold imports halve from a year ago- GFMS. MUMBAI, July 14- While high-end jewelry shops in Mumbai's Zaveri bazaar are scratching for customers after a jump in local gold prices, Jitendra Jain, a scrap gold buyer in India's biggest bullion market, is doing brisk business. Demand for new gold has been so weak in the past few months that India's imports...

  • *India's Jan-June gold imports halve from a year ago- GFMS. MUMBAI, July 14- While high-end jewellery shops in Mumbai's Zaveri bazaar are scratching for customers after a jump in local gold prices, Jitendra Jain, a scrap gold buyer in India's biggest bullion market, is doing brisk business. Demand for new gold has been so weak in the past few months that India's...

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    With global fixed income yields low, Asia and emerging market bonds and credit offer attractive returns, a portfolio manager at Fidelity told CNBC.

  • *Blackstone, Xander seek investments in shopping malls in India. *Consumer spending in India set to top $3.6 trillion by 2020. NEW DELHI, July 13- E-commerce in India has been booming and online giants like Amazon are spending big bucks on the world's fastest growing major economy.

  • *Treasury yields rise on anticipation of new Japan stimulus. NEW YORK, July 12- The benchmark U.S. The benchmark S&P 500 ended at 2,152.14, topping Monday's record close of 2,137.16, while the Dow closed at 18,347.67 to top its previous record high touched in May 2015.

  • *Treasury yields rise on anticipation of new Japan stimulus. NEW YORK, July 12- The U.S. The benchmark S&P 500 hit 2,151.96, topping Monday's intraday record high by about 8 points, while the Dow rose to 18,353.76 to top its previous record intraday high touched in May 2015.

  • NEW DELHI/ MUMBAI, July 12- As Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi prepares to pick a new central bank governor, he will need to juggle competing demands from within his own party, the economy's need for more stimulus and investors' demands for an independent thinker. Global and Indian investors are on edge as local media report that Modi could select the new...

  • TUESDAY, JULY 12 JOHANNESBURG- South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan speaks at a South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry meeting- 0730 GMT. PRAGUE- Czech National Bank to publish the minutes of its June board meeting- 0700 GMT. BUDAPEST- Hungarian Central Bank non-rate-setting meeting.

  • NEW DELHI— India has triggered the escape clause on dozens of bilateral investment treaties, aiming to renegotiate toward securing better protection from foreign litigation. The changes India seeks could make it harder for foreign investors to legally challenge government decisions that negatively affect their businesses in India.

  • New York Times correspondent Sydney Schanberg (L) talking with colleague Dith Pran in The Times office in New York on January 15, 1980.

    Sydney H. Schanberg, a reporter who won a Pulitzer for covering Cambodia’s 1970s genocide, inspiring the film “The Killing Fields," died at age 82.

  • While the result was little changed from the previous survey on June 15, the question on Wall Street now was not whether the Fed could manage one or two rate hikes, but whether it could pull off even one. For those who thought the Fed would not raise rates this year, the key factor was overseas risk that could hurt the U.S. economy, namely fallout from Britain's June 23...