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3 Lessons to Learn From BlogHer’s Trio of Pioneers

  In 2005, BlogHer founders Lisa Stone, Elisa Camahort Page and Jory Des Jardins wanted to know where all the women bloggers were. Back then, it was the Wild, Wild West days of blogging. But if you don’t ask, you’ll never get an answer. So Stone, Camahort Page and...
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Rupee plunges to 28-month low amid global turmoil

Hit by global growth concerns, the rupee on Wednesday crashed below the 68-level after 28 months and closed 23 paise down at 67.95 on fresh demand for the American currency from importers amid a massive fall in domestic stock markets. A forex dealer said that persistent foreign capital...
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Current account deficit to narrow to 0.5% of GDP

India’s current account deficit may narrow to 0.5 per cent of GDP in 2016 from 0.7 per cent in 2015 owing to lower commodity prices, particularly oil, says a report. “Given lower oil prices, we expect the current account deficit to narrow to 0.5 per cent of GDP...
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RBI tells banks to replace defective 1,000-rupee notes

Out of 300 million defective banknotes that were printed in one of the printing presses of government-owned Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India, about 100 million of those notes have hit the market leaving the general public in a tizzy. About 200 million pieces were transferred to...
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EUR/USD posts steady gains in abbreviated Christmas Eve session

EUR/USD rose considerably during an abbreviated session, as currency traders looked to capitalize on last-minute gains ahead of the Christmas holiday. The currency pair traded between 1.0904 and 1.0966 before settling near session-highs at 1.0963, up 0.0052 or 0.47% on the session. EUR/USD has been relatively flat since last...
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U.S. dollar remains lower after jobless claims report

The dollar held on to losses in thin Christmas Eve trading on Thursday, after data showed the number of people who filed for unemployment assistance in the U.S. fell more than expected last week. Trading volumes are expected to remain light, with much of the Western world already...
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