Olympian Malav Shroff to be first Indian on WADA medical committee - The Week

Dr Malav Shroff is the first Indian to be appointed to the health, medical and research committee. The 12-member committee is chaired by Lars Engebretsen from Norway. The other Asian members are Takao Akama (Japan) and Reema Alhosani (United Arab Emirates) India has been trying for a bigger say in WADA affairs.
#MalavShroff #WADA #Indian #Asian #Norway #News #Health #Medicine

7 hours ago

Loss to Ghana ‘totally unfair’ – South Korea assistant coach

South Korea lose 3-2 to Ghana at the World Cup in Group H. South Korea assistant coach Sergio Costa says the result was unfair for the Asian side. The Koreans are rooted to the bottom of Group H with one point from a goalless draw with Uruguay. They need to beat Portugal in Friday's final game to have any hope of reaching the last 16.
#SergioCosta #SportsNews #WorldCup #Asian #SouthKorea #News #Sports #Football

23 hours ago

India shares defy Asia weakness, on oil slide; Sensex at record

The S&P BSE Sensex rose as much as 0.31% to a record high of 62,484.67. The benchmark Indian indexes had opened lower, mirroring the weakness in other Asian markets. But Indian shares reversed course as oil futures fell more than $2 a barrel as the protests in top importer China fuelled demand concerns.
#Sensex #Indian #Asian #India #News #Business #Markets


Market Today: Indices open marginally lower on China COVID woes

The benchmark S&P BSE Sensex opened down 0.23% to 62,150.97. The NSE Nifty 50 index fell 0.19% to 18,477.35, before erasing all the opening losses. The slide followed a decline in Asian markets due to worries about COVID-19 management in China.
#S&PBSESensex #NSENifty50 #Asian #China #News #Business #Markets


Social unrest in China drags Asian markets; SGX Nifty indicates a loss of 100 points - Dalal Street Investment Journal

Social unrest in China drags Asian markets; SGX Nifty indicates a loss of 100 points. Hang Seng has crashed over 4 per cent. Brent crude has slipped to USD 83 per barrel. FIIs have bought shares worth Rs 369 crore while DIIs have sold to the tune of Rs 295 crore.
#SGXNifty #Asian #China #News #Business #Markets


Stock Market Today Live: Asian markets in red over China's zero Covid policy; SGX Nifty down 80 points

Singapore-based SGX Nifty, which is an early indicator of NSE Nifty movement, was trading negative hours before the opening of local markets. Asian markets were also down following news of China Covid 19 lockowns that have resulted in widespread protests against President Xi Jinpinng Government's decision for harsher curbs.
#XiJin #SGX #Asian #Singapore #China #News #Business #Markets


FIFA World Cup 2022: Big-game Players Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey Can Answer Critics in England Clash, Says Joe Allen

Wales midfielder Joe Allen says Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey are big-game players who could step up in their final group game against England. Wales lost 2-0 to Iran at the World Cup in their opening game of the tournament in Brazil. The Asian side are bottom of Group B with only one shot on goal from Gareth Bale. Allen says he is ready to start after coming on as a late substitute.
#JoeAllen #FIFAWorldCup202 #EnglandC #Wales #News #Sports #Football

2 days ago

Asian shares rise on signs of US Fed slowdown, Nikkei at 2-month highs

Hopes of fresh economic stimulus from China also lifted sentiment with Japan's Nikkei surging over 1% to 2-month highs. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.8%. US markets are closed for the Thanksgiving holiday today.
#MSCI #Nikkei #Asian #China #News #Business #Markets

5 days ago

World Cup 2022: Germany vs Japan match preview

Germany face Japan in Qatar on Wednesday, November 23 at 4pm local time, 13:00 GMT. Thomas Muller could lead Germany to victory, but Japanese experience in the Bundesliga may help the side cause an upset. Japan are the highest-ranked Asian team at the tournament, and many of their youngsters are competing for national glory.
#ThomasMuller #FootballNews #WorldCup2022 #Japanese #Germany #News #Sports #Football

6 days ago

For all of Asia: Japan captain Maya Yoshida rallies continental support for FIFA World Cup opener with Germany

Japan face Germany in their 2022 FIFA World Cup Group E opener on Wednesday. Japan captain Maya Yoshida says his side will need as much support as they can get from Asian fans. The Samurai Blue captain hopes they will not just have the backing of their own supporters at Khalifa International Stadium.
#MayaYoshida #SamuraiBlue #FIFAWorldCup #FIFAWorldCupGroupE #Asia #News #Sports #Football

6 days ago

Asian stocks: Asian shares mostly down on concerns China may resume strict COVID curbs - The Economic Times

Asia-Pacific index ex-Japan lost 0.25% in early trade, while China's benchmark dipped 0.13% Hong Kong's benchmark index fell 1.31%. Japan's benchmark Nikkei average opened up 0.78% while Australian shares rose 0.55%. The dollar pulled back from strong overnight gains on Tuesday while oil took a pause from Monday's retreat.
#TheEconomicTimes #Asian #Nikkei #China #News #Business #Markets

1 weeks ago

Asian markets open mixed; crude oil jumps as OPEC+ denies supply increase - Dalal Street Investment Journal

Asian markets open on a mixed note and SGX Nifty indicates a gain of 30 points. Wall Street indices slipped during Monday's trade as investors remained uncertain over Fed rate hike outlook and concerns of Chinese lockdown. Oil jumped in the previous trading session after OPEC+ denied reports of possibility of increase in supply.
#DalalStreetInvestmentJournal #Asian #Chinese #WallStreet #News #Business #Markets

1 weeks ago

Asian markets open lower; crude oil remains under pressure - Dalal Street Investment Journal

NSE Nifty 50 index has plunged 0.73 per cent to trade below 18,200 level. BSE Sensex has lost 450 points. Nifty Midcap and Nifty Smallcap also trading under pressure. All sectors are in red, with IT, realty and Banks witnessing major profit booking. India VIX has surged over 5 per cent.
#DalalStreetInvestmentJournal #Asian #India #News #Business #Markets

1 weeks ago

Stock Market Today Live: Sensex, Nifty open negative; Tech Mahindra, Infosys among top losers

Markets are likely to take cues from global triggers this week which is also a week of monthly expiry. On Friday, US markets closed in the positive. Minutes of FOMC will be released this week and many Fed members have indicated a hard monetray policy stance. Asian frontline indices Nikkei 225 and Shanghai Composite were also trading with negative bias.
#Sensex #Asian #Nikkei225 #News #Business #Markets

1 weeks ago

Rupee drops in line with Asian FX, corporate dollar demand seen

The Indian rupee declined 0.25% to 81.2975 per dollar on Wednesday. It has shed nearly a percent from its high of 80.51 on Monday, with volatility gripping markets this week. The dollar index slipped 0.3% after initial gains. Asian stocks and currencies remained jittery with the Chinese yuan and shares falling 0.5% each.
#Indian #Asian #News #Business #Markets

1 weeks ago

Indian economy more robust than emerging market peers: Morgan Stanley's Jonathan Garner

India's financials are positioned positively compared to other Asian emerging markets such as Korea and Taiwan, said Morgan Stanley's Jonathan Garner, Chief Asia and Emerging Market equity strategist at Morgan Stanley. India is one of the most expensive markets and has enjoyed earnings growth in FY22, he said.
#JonathanGarner #MorganStanley #Indian #Asian #India #News #Business #Economy

1 weeks ago

[Exclusive] iQOO 11 Legend RAM and storage revealed, launching soon

IQOO 11 Legend is said to be in the works with 16GB RAM and 256GB storage option. The handset is expected to be released in Asian markets soon. The top-end version in the series will launch in India in January 2023. The entry-level model is tipped to have the same 6.78-inch E6 AMOLED display with a 144Hz refresh rate. The iQoo 11 Pro is also tipped to be powered by the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC.
#Asian #iQoo11Pro #India #News #Technology #Mobile

1 weeks ago

How a Mondrian Painting Sold for $51 Million at Sotheby’s - The New York Times

A classic grid painting by Piet Mondrian sold during a Sotheby’s auction on Monday for $51 million, including fees. The previous $50.6 million benchmark for the Dutch artist was set in 2015. The record price was prearranged by the auction house with an unnamed Asian buyer through a third-party guarantee.
#PietMondrian #TheNewYorkTimes #Dutch #Asian #News #Entertainment #Art

2 weeks ago

Can Qatar cope with pressure, expectations at World Cup 2022?

The Maroons hope to make it past the group stage of the global football tournament. The reigning Asian champions are ranked 50 in the world and are the first Arab nation to host the competition. The team are in Group A with Ecuador (ranked 44), Senegal (ranked 18) and the Netherlands (ranked 8)
#AlJazeera #WorldCup202 #Asian #Qatar #News #Sports #Football

2 weeks ago

Most Asian markets up further as China moves provide support

Asian markets mostly rose Tuesday as investors brushed off a reverse on Wall Street. Investors focused on signs of slowing inflation and China's moves to shore up its economy. But there remains a lot of trepidation that central bank interest rate hikes aimed at taming inflation will eventually send economies into a recession.
#DeccanHerald #Asian #China #News #Business #Markets

2 weeks ago