Brent crude, the global oil price benchmark, on Thursday fell below $92 a barrel, its lowest level since June 2012. This slump, attributed to a weak global economic recovery and oversupply in the market, is set to narrow Indian oil firms' losses on sale of petroleum products and lower the government's subsidy burden. Brent crude oil for November delivery slipped to $91.37 a barrel, the lowest in 27 months. As at 11 pm (IST), it was trading at $92.89 a barrel - $1.27 (1.35 per cent) lower that ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
Good news for India as oil slips below $93 a bbl - Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago
There is no immediate threat to foreign fund flows reversing from emerging markets India's top-30 Sensex notched its longest stretch of weekly gains in two-and-a-half years as new investors more than made up for some funds who took profits off the ...Gulf News, 1 month ago
Sensex and Nifty closed at new record highs, with both foreign and domestic investors indulging in heavy buying post a long and eventful weekend that evoked renewed optimism. Positive global markets led by firm gains in European markets and Asian ...Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago
Labour regulations in India, known for being complex, rigid and time-consuming, ranks our country 99th in Labour Market Efficiency among 148 countries, a Morgan Stanley report on Labour Market Environment noted. In this category, China's rank stands ...Moneycontrol.com, 2 months ago
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