The domestic equity market is in a base-building mode and there is no reason to think that it will continue the fall in December, which is considered to be a very good month historically, Sandip Sabharwal, asksandipsabharwal.com, said in an ... Economic Times, 1 month ago
There have been several negatives that have been spread about DEMONETIZATION over the last few days, largely by opposition politicians and some by left leaning economists. The primary among them are, how will the introduction of Rs 2000 notes by ...Pulse - LinkedIn, 2 months ago
The metals sector has emerged as the star performer of 2016, with the BSE Metal index gaining 34 per cent. The sector performed dismally in 2015 — the BSE Metal index had ended the year down 31 per cent following a plunge in commodity prices.Hindu Business Line, 3 weeks ago
Says PM's Mumbai speech has been 'misinterpreted' BS Reporter & Agencies | Mumbai/New Delhi December 25, 2016 Last Updated at 23:44 IST Arun Jaitley In a bid to calm frayed nerves of stock market players, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday ...Business Standard India, 4 weeks ago PM misinterpreted: Jaitley calms nerves, says no plan to tax market gains SlideShare.net, 3 weeks ago
Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India unexpectedly kept its policy repo rate unchanged at 6.25 per cent on Wednesday, despite calls for action as an intense cash shortage threatens to slam the brakes on the world's fastest growing major economy. Here ...NDTV, 1 month ago Experts View: RBI kept rates unchanged for rupee stability Business Standard India, 1 month ago RBI unexpectedly keeps policy rate unchanged: Instant View Economic Times, 1 month ago Expert Views: RBI unexpectedly keeps policy rate unchanged Business Standard India, 1 month ago
Overall performance to be hit in December quarter but already discounted by market Mumbai, December 5: Growth in net sales of India Inc slowed down in the September 2016 quarter (Q2) according to data provided by Capitaline on 37 Nifty 50 ...Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI The Reserve Bank of India on Saturday ordered banks to deposit their extra cash with it, in a bid to absorb the excess liquidity generated by a government ban on larger banknotes. Many Indians deposited their old notes with their banks ...Reuters India, 1 month ago India central bank seeks to soak up bank liquidity after note ban Sharenet, 1 month ago India seeks to soak up bank liquidity Gulf News, 1 month ago RBI seeks to soak up bank liquidity after note ban | Reuters Firstpost.com, 1 month ago
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