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Mar 06, 2019
Sensex gains 157 points, Nifty crosses 11,000-mark; ICICI Bank, SBI, Vedanta early gainersSensex opened positively at 36,544.86 and further consolidated its gains to trade at 36,599.69, climbing 157.15 points, or 0.49 percent, over the previous close.
Dec 28, 2018
IMF, World Bank to move away from using GDP to measure growth, predicts Saxo for 2019The predictions aren't forecasts, but 'unlikely but underappreciated' events with huge financial impacts: Saxo.
Nov 01, 2018
Dell sued for not disclosing financial details related to its plans to go publicActivist investor Carl Icahn who owns 9.3 percent of shares sued Dell Technologies.
Sep 03, 2018
Ram Nath Kovind holds talks with Cyprus president, signs agreements on money laundering, environmentPresident Ram Nath Kovind and Nicos Anastasiades held discussions on issues of mutual interest including promotion of business collaboration in the fields of IT and IT-enabled services, tourism, shipping and renewable energy
Aug 13, 2018
Elon Musk's tweet to turn Tesla private makes bankers sceptical over fundingNone of the six major US banks has offered to lend the necessary amount to Musk, and they learned about the plans on Twitter.
Jul 30, 2018
Govt to set up high-level panel to address stressed thermal power assets issues, revive themThe govt panel will also have representatives from the ministries of railways, finance, power, coal and the lenders having major exposure to the power sector.
Jul 16, 2018
FDI in services sector slumps 23% to $6.7 billion in 2017-18, shows DIPP dataThe services sector contributes over 60 percent to India's GDP
Jul 04, 2018
Maharashtra govt proposes Rs 11,445 crore for bullet train, pension scheme for journalists, CCTVs; bill to be discussed next weekThe government made a provision of Rs 15 crore for implementing the pension scheme for journalists, called Acharya Balshastri Jambhekar Sanman Yojana.
Jun 26, 2018
'Modi's GST, demonetisation wildly positive measures, always goes against interests of the entrenched', says Warburg Pincus boss Chip KayeIndia’s Goods and Services Tax (GST), the country’s most ambitious indirect tax reform since independence is a “wildly positive” measure for the medium to long term and those who attack it are probably doing so because the nature of game changing reform is that it goes against the interests of the “entrenched”, Chip Kaye
Feb 25, 2018
Nirav Modi scams PNB: The prime minister and his govt must put an end to this ‘Gujarat model’ of financial manipulationJeweller Nirav Modi joins a list of smart young Gujarati men — including Harshad Mehta, Hiten Dalal, Jatin Mehta and Ketan Parekh — who have in the last few years easily taken thousands of crores each from Indian banks