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Decoded: What happens to your brain during hypnosis?

Decoded: What happens to your brain during hypnosis?

The findings showed that the hypnosis influences specific regions of the brain while it receives a visual stimulus and greatly impairs the brain's deeper processing operations, such as counting. 

Sensex advances for 2nd straight day on stimulus hopes

Sensex advances for 2nd straight day on stimulus hopes

Helped by prospects of more stimulus in Europe and Japan and a recovery in oil prices following a severe storm in the US, the benchmark Sensex rose for the second straight day and closed over 50 points up at 24,485.95.

RBI feels growth trends require more aggressive stimulus: Moody's

Describing the Reserve Bank of India`s 50 basis points cut in its short term lending rate as more than what markets expected, international credit ratings agency Moody`s on Tuesday said the move indicates the RBI wanted to give an "aggressive stimulus" to subdued growth trends.

ECB's Draghi says too early to decide on further stimulus

Risks to Europe`s inflation and growth outlook have increased due to the emerging market slowdown but the European Central Bank needs more time before deciding on further stimulus, ECB President Mario Draghi said on Wednesday.

South Korea injects $20 bn stimulus into MERS-hit economy

The South Korean government on Friday agreed to inject $20 billion into the flagging economy, which has been hit by the MERS virus outbreak and sluggish consumption.

ECB stimulus to stay `as long as needed`: Draghi

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said Thursday that the bank`s massive stimulus for the eurozone will remain in force "as long as needed" to stabilize prices.

European stocks rise as stimulus set to flow

European equities rebounded Wednesday as weak Chinese economic growth data stoked Beijing stimulus hopes while the ECB pledged to fully implement its stimulus measures.

BOJ's Nakaso warns market against betting on more easing

Bank of Japan Deputy Governor Hiroshi Nakaso has tempered market expectations that the bank will expand its stimulus programme later this month, saying a cut in its inflation forecast would not be enough to justify more monetary easing.

Euro sinks close to 12-year low versus dollar

The euro tumbled Tuesday towards a 12-year dollar low, hit by eurozone stimulus, growing US rate hike speculation and Greek debt concerns, dealers said.

China services sector at six-month low, more stimulus expected

China`s services sector grew at the slowest pace in six months in January as growth in new business weakened, a private survey showed, raising expectations that policymakers may unveil more stimulus steps to avert a sharper slowdown in the world`s second-largest economy.

Euro falls to $1.20 as Draghi points to more stimulus

The euro sank to $1.20 Friday, its lowest level against the greenback since May 2010, as European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi reiterated the possibility of more stimulus coming.

US Fed to enter new `normal` with expected QE stimulus end

The US Federal Reserve is likely to make a final push into the post-crisis era this week with a decision to finally wind up its six-year-old economic stimulus operations.

IMF cuts China's growth forecast but urges focus on reforms

IMF said Beijing must keep its word on implementing reforms that will correct imbalances, including a "moderately undervalued" yuan.

Eurozone first quarter growth `major disappointment,` economy struggling

First-quarter growth in the eurozone was a major disappointment, falling well short of forecasts and stoking fresh concerns a modest recovery is struggling to make ground, official data showed on Thursday.