Asia shares seen higher, but economic woes may cap gains; all eyes on China's trade data to be released today
All eyes will be on China’s trade data, to be released on Tuesday, which is expected to show exports tumbling 14 percent in March from a year ago,
Federal Reserve's stimulus eases global market fears, gets cash flowing; Dow soars, dollar edges low
The US dollar edged lower against a broad range of currencies, while Treasury yields rose, a sign that investor concerns had eased, at least for the moment
As per an analysis by the World Bank, the turnover ratio of Indian stock market has fallen by 60% from 143 in 2008 to 58 in 2018, it said.
Fuel prices on downward trend: Petrol, diesel rates slashed up to 7 paise on Thursday; US crude extends sharp climb
The fuel prices started falling in the domestic market since December 21 following decline in the crude oil rates in the international market.
Karnataka election: Win or lose, Narendra Modi will still be darling of moneybags in 2019, but with less magic
Win or lose the Karnataka Assembly election, investors will still bet on Narendra Modi over Rahul Gandhi in 2019
Videocon loan row: ICICI Bank’s reluctance to welcome independent probe on Dhoot-Kochhar connection can prove to be a historic blunder
It's highly surprising as to why a bank, of the stature of ICICI, is still not welcoming an independent probe into the Videocon loan controversy.
Cheaper commodity and crude prices are an advantage for India. But, as long as investors are not putting money on the table, it is difficult to get the growth momentum back
The momentum of high investor optimism has indeed taken a pause, and is, probably, waiting for strong cues from the budget
The government should set up a panel that addresses specific industry issues and the same should be made enforceable across the country
Budget 2014 seeks to revive growth and curb borrowing, but left open questions on how it will reduce the fiscal deficit and restore investor confidence.
Around 90 per cent of private equity investors believe the improving business climate under the Modi-led government is leading to optimism in the private equity sector.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday outlined a 10-point vision which includes increasing investment, completing infrastructure projects in a time-bound manner and using the natural resources to the country's benefit.
Attributing slow growth to global and domestic factors, President Pranab Mukherjee today said the government is taking several steps to boost economy and restore investor confidence.
The government has recently cleared proposals to allow the FDI in multi-brand retail and aviation sectors, besides agreeing to hike FDI limit in the insurance sector.<br /><br /> <br /><br />