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Rupee closed at 65.4050 against its opening of 65.4800. USDINR ended flat as investors remained uncertain about the fate of the House Republican plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. Meanwhile, local stocks opened little changed as global equities recovered after a sharp fall as the vote on US healthcare reform was delayed. Among global peers, Asian stock markets continued to recover after a midweek sell-off and as a highly anticipated vote on US healthcare reform was pushed back until later on Friday. US stocks fell as Trump failed to close the deal with Republican lawmakers on how to dismantle Obamacare and the House vote was delayed. The US House of Republican leaders delayed a planned Thursday night vote on the bill......


Asian stocks posted their biggest drop in two weeks as growing doubts about Donald Trump's economic growth agenda prompted investors to dump risky assets and to rush to safe havens such as gold and government bonds. Oil prices dipped as rising crude stocks in the United States underscored an ongoing global fuel supply overhang despite an OPEC-led effort to cut output. Gold rallied to the highest level in nearly three weeks after a strong debate performance from French centrist presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron and as fading expectations for near-term U.S. interest rate hikes pushed the dollar lower. Japan's exports grew the most in more than two years in February, rebounding from a Lunar New ......

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The Rupee closed at 65.4050 against its opening of 65.4800.

BOJ chief Kuroda says 'no reason' to withdraw stimulus now.

Shares in Asia mostly gain, focus on Trump trade.

After Trump rally, equity investors move into healthcare, retailers.

Obamacare supporters rally against congressional repeal efforts.

Oil edges up as Saudis cut supplies to U.S., but global glut remains.

Trump demands support in do-or-die Friday vote on healthcare plan.

The U.S. is to round up the week with a report on durable goods orders.

BSE Sensex closed higher by 89 points, to 29,421, while the Nifty 50 rose 22 points.

Dollar, stocks inch up as U.S. healthcare vote back on.