Wholesale commodity markets, including metal and bullion, will also remain shut
Economist Intelligence Unit lowers global growth forecast for 2020; cites new risks due to coronavirus outbreak in China
The Economist Intelligence Unit's baseline scenario is that the public health emergency within China will be under control by end-March
CII believes that with the sharp moderation in growth, the time has come to adopt an expansionary fiscal policy
India should keep fiscal deficit in check, economy may pick up at 7% in 2020; revenue projections look optimistic: Gita Gopinath
On the projections in the World Economic Outlook report, Gopinath said appropriate steps have been taken.
WTO cuts global trade growth forecasts to 1.2% for 2019 on escalating trade tensions; projection to not augur well for India
WTO Director-General Roberto Azevedo said the darkening outlook for trade is discouraging but not unexpected.
The intensifying US-China trade war shows no signs of resolution and the flight to bonds signal the growing fears of a global recession
RBI's announcement was made to clarify its directive in April last year that mandated foreign firms to store their payments data “only in India” for “unfettered supervisory access”.
Mike Pompeo arrives in India: Despite trade tensions, mixed signals from US, expect New Delhi to continue 'issue-based' policy
Indian strategic circles are abuzz with speculation about the possible outcomes of the visit of US secretary of state Mike Pompeo, at a time when trade tensions with the US are hogging media headlines in New Delhi
Goyal said that the current proposals on WTO reform do not take into consideration the challenges and aspirations of developing countries.
China evokes patriotism, past wars as US trade conflict heats up; state media says tensions will only help them grow stronger
China has yet to say whether or how it will retaliate to the latest escalation in trade tensions which saw US put telecoms equipment giant Huawei Technologies Co Ltd on a blacklist
Global trade will continue to face strong headwinds in 2019-20 on increased economic uncertainty: WTO
World Trade Organisation (WTO) statement came at a time when India is taking various steps to boost exports. The slowdown in global trade could impact India's exports.
Global growth outlook 'precarious' amid trade tensions; pauses in rate hikes to help boost activity in H2: Christine Lagarde
She previewed new IMF research showing that rising trade barriers were hurting investment in plant, machinery and job creating projects.
Farm loan waivers will not solve agrarian distress, says IMF chief economist Gita Gopinath; suggests cash transfers instead
Notwithstanding the modest downward revisions, Gopinath said risks to more significant downward corrections are rising
KKR sees India benefiting from US-China trade war; says red tape bureaucracy prevents investments to country
KKR has also changed its focus to acquiring control positions or significant minority with near-control rights in companies instead of taking minority positions that did not give the company influence.
Speculation is growing that the People's Bank of China will again cut the level of cash that banks must hold in reserve, in a fresh bid to lower financing costs and blunt the economic impact of the trade dispute with the US
Sensex, Nifty open at record high, pare gains amid trade war worries; Re hits 2-week low against dollar
The Sensex rose 184.98 points, or 0.49 percent, to hit a new peak of 37,876.87.
Whether there is any euphoria or has any irrational exuberance crept into the market, or is the rise for real, is the question on the minds of investors, though it does not matter much for a positional trader.
IMF lowers growth rate for India to 7.3% in 2018, 7.5% in 2019, but it still retains world's top spot
India continues to outperform China, IMF's WEO update figures reflect. Growth in China is projected to moderate from 6.9 percent in 2017 to 6.6 percent in 2018 and 6.4 percent in 2019, as regulatory tightening of the financial sector takes hold and external demand softens, the report said.
The volume of trade growth in 2013 is now forecast to be at 4.5 percent, still below the long-term annual average of 5.4 percent for the last 20 years.