Tough choice for foreign investors after Indian bourses rein in trading abroad

MUMBAI/SINGAPORE (Reuters) – A move by Indian exchanges to stop licensing its products and data to bourses abroad will likely force foreign investors into a tough option: migrate their trading onshore to India, with its uncertain regulatory environment and higher taxes, or give up their exposure to a hot emerging market. Reuters: Money News

Ex-President Musharraf Leaves Pakistan for Treatment Abroad Despite Treason Charge

(ISLAMABAD) — Pakistan’s former military ruler Pervez Musharraf, who faces trials for treason and murder, has left Pakistan for treatment abroad. Musharraf’s aide Dr. Mohammad Amjad says Musharraf departed for Dubai early Friday from Karachi. Earlier this week, the supreme court lifted a travel ban; Musharraf had pledged to return after treatment for a back(…)