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Jan 09, 2016
Meet Xiao Gang, the China market tsar in spotlight amid stock market turmoilArray
Oct 19, 2015
At 6.9%, China's July-Sept GDP sees weakest growth since 2009The government has quickened spending on infrastructure and eased curbs on the ailing property sector, which have succeeded in reviving weak home sales and prices but have not yet reversed a sharp decline in new construction
Sep 05, 2015
G20 seeks to lift global market mood despite China alarmMinisters and central bank chiefs from the world's top 20 economies (G20) sought Saturday to bolster market confidence in the global economy, despite mounting alarm about the fallout from China's slowdown.
Aug 27, 2015
Sensex ends at two-week high, surges 517 points on global rallyMarket breadth ended on a firm note, with 2,000 stocks gaining against 678 losers on BSE
Aug 11, 2015
China devalues yuanby 2% to battle exports slump; currency hits 3-year lowA 2 percent fall in the value of the yuan is a relatively huge move for China
Aug 01, 2015
Patience running out? L&T criticises 'unhurried' reform pace as profit dives 37%L&T reported a steep fall of 37.3 per cent in consolidated net profit to Rs 606.19 crore for the first quarter of fiscal 2015-16
Jul 08, 2015
Sensex mauled by China sell-off, ends 484 points lower; metals take poundingMarket breadth was weak, with 1,791 stocks declining against 948 advances on BSE.
Oct 10, 2014
We are looking at an economic slowdown as demand for electronics devices weakens, say chipmakersArray
Apr 11, 2014
UPA's growth story was largely luck - and why next govt doesn't need to do anything drasticIn India, big reforms are brought on by crisis. The economic crisis of 2012-13 forced even the UPA to begin reform. The next government does not need to do anything spectacular to revive growth
Jan 09, 2014
Waning food prices may help ease inflation in December: PollIndia's inflation rate will probably ease in December from stubbornly high levels helped by waning food prices, a Reuters poll showed, providing some respite to the Reserve Bank of India struggling with cost pressures and slow growth.