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FBI gives clean chit to Hillary Clinton just before polls


Based on our review, we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in July with respect to Secretary Clinton, FBI Director James B Comey told Congress leaders in a letter.

The FBI today gave a clean chit to Hillary Clinton, saying it has not changed its view after a renewed probe into her use of private email ...

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UK PM Theresa May rejects calls to relax Indian visa rules


On being questioned if she would consider relaxing tough rules to allow more Indian nationals to work in the UK as part of a future trade deal, May said the country already has one of the best schemes in the world.

British Prime Minister Theresa May, who arrived in New Delhi on Sunday evening on a three-day India visi ...

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FBI lifts Hillary Clinton email cloud as US election looms


 The FBI on Sunday lifted the threat that Hillary Clinton might face charges over her private email server -- dropping a campaign bombshell 36 hours before her White House showdown with Donald Trump. 


The Democrats camp welcomed the news that FBI Director James Comey had decided not to change his July ...

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Sun Pharma falls 7%, sector under pressure on US probe fear


Pharma stocks, especially those which have large exposure to United States, saw knee-jerk reaction on Friday after a media report indicated that US prosecutors are undertaking an investigation into suspected price collusion.

Shares of Sun Pharma , Dr Reddys Labs , Aurobindo Pharma , Cadila Healthcare , Lupin and Glenm ...

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LIC trimmed stake in Tata Group cos with Cyrus Mistry at helm


tate-owned Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC), a major investor in Tata Group stocks, reduced its stake in the companies during Cyrus Mistry’s tenure at the top, Business Standard reported Thursday.

LIC trimmed its holding significantly in many of the frontline Tata Group stocks since December 2012, when ...

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Zinc hits 5-year high on supply woes; copper near 1-month high


London zinc rose for a fourth consecutive session on Tuesday to its highest in more than five years, on expectations of tight supplies after Glencore said it had closed one of its mines in Australia.


Copper traded near its highest in a month, supported by an improved demand outlook in China.

Analysts sai ...

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Oil prices rise from one-month lows after OPEC approves strategy


Oil prices edged higher from one-month lows in early trading in Asia on Tuesday after OPEC agreed on a long-term strategy that was seen as an indication the cartel was reaching a consensus on managing production.

But the gains were limited as the market was weighed down by further indications of record output from the ...

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Gold cuts early losses on weaker dollar Fed in focus


Gold prices inched up on Tuesday as the dollar edged lower with investors awaiting cues from a series of upcoming central bank policy meetings and US economic data.

Of the various central bank policy meetings due this week the Federal Open Market Committee meeting due Tuesday and Wednesday will be closely monitored fo ...

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Goldman warns oil may tumble back to $40 if OPEC deal fails


An OPEC deal to cut oil output at a meeting this month is looking increasingly unlikely, with failure warranting prices in the low-$40s, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc.

“The lack of progress on implementing production quotas and the growing discord between OPEC producers suggests a declining probabil ...

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