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Litecoin Sustains Price Rise, Posts More Than $1 Bln of Trading Volume in Early July 2017

The cryptocurrency Litecoin continues to register a phenomenal price increase as of early August 2017 leading some market analysts to proclaim it as investment-ready. The digital currency some call “digital silver” posted a trading volume of more than $1 bln on July 5, 2017, allowing it to briefly surpass even Bitcoin’s daily volume. Source: Coin Market Cap Litecoin is considered ...

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US stocks edge lower in early trading; oil heads lower

U.S. stock indexes edged lower in early trading Tuesday, pulling back from the market’s most recent record highs. Health care and consumer-focused companies were among the biggest laggards. Energy stocks also fell as crude oil prices headed lower. Banks and utilities had some of the biggest gains. KEEPING SCORE: The Standard & Poor’s 500 index lost 2 points, or 0.1 ...

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Stock Market News (European Open) – Utilities halt weakness in European stocks, Asian trading ends on mixed note

Stock Market News (European Open) – Utilities halt weakness in European stocks, Asian trading ends on mixed note Posted on August 8, 2017 at 9:01 am GMTMaja Rakic, XM Investment Research Desk European stocks, as measured by the pan-European STOXX 600 index, posted a modest gain during early hours of trading, halting losses from the start of the week. A ...

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China’s Trade Surplus Widens for Fifth Month as Imports Moderate

Start your day with what’s moving markets in Asia. Sign up here to receive our newsletter. China’s trade surplus widened for a fifth month in July as export growth remained solid and imports moderated, keeping the spotlight on a trade gap U.S. President Donald Trump aims to narrow. Key Points Exports rose 7.2 percent in U.S. dollars as imports increased ...

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China July trade data, Australia banks in focus

Futures tipped a marginally lower open for equities in Japan. Nikkei futures traded in Chicago were lower by just under 0.01 percent at 20,055 and Osaka futures were off 0.03 percent at 20,050. Both were a tad below the Nikkei 225’s last close of 20,055.89. Australian SPI futures were down 0.96 percent at 5,718 compared to the benchmark index’s previous ...

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Stocks little changed in early trading

Stocks are little changed in early trading as technology companies rise and energy companies slip with the price of oil. Investors continued to concentrate on corporate earnings Monday. Tyson Foods gained 4.8 percent as its forecasts pleased investors. Benchmark U.S. crude oil fell 1.4 percent and Anadarko Petroleum lost 1.1 percent. Aviation electronics company Rockwell Collins climbed 5.4 percent after ...

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Closure of Trading Window | Business Line

August 7, 2017:   We hereby wish to inform you that pursuant to the SEBI(Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulation, 2015, and the internal control and prevention of Insider Trading of the company, the Trading window for dealing in shares of Vikas Granaries Limited by designated employees, is closed from the closing business hours of August 07, 2017 to closing business hours ...

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Top Quant trade ideas for the week

Top quantitative strategies for the week by Shubham Agrawal, Head of Quantitative Research at Motilal Oswal Securities. Option Writing Strategy 1 Writing against Cash / Fut Holding Sell LUPIN 1020 31AUG17 CE@21.85 Target level: Rs 0.05 Stop Loss level: Rs 29 Gross Monthly Yield: 2.38% ROI:14.90 per cent Margin: ~Rs 58,540 Days to expiry: 24 Writing with Hedging Leg 1: ...

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After trading basketball for football, BYU’s Thomas Shoaf flips from right tackle to left tackle

Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News BYU head coach Kalani Sitake gets doused by Cougars offensive lineman Thomas Shoaf after the Cougars victory over Michigan State in East Lansing, Mich., on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016. PROVO — Having grown up in the middle of hoops-crazy Indiana, it should come as no surprise that BYU sophomore left tackle Thomas Shoaf loves basketball. ...

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