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  • Savings on Oil Will Help in Funding Social Security Schemes: Jaitley

    Savings on Oil Will Help in Funding Social Security Schemes: Jaitley

    Global oil prices slumping to six year lows and the accompanying fall in commodity prices will help India save money on its import bill that can be used to fund social security schemes as well as for infrastructure building, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Friday.

  • Teachers' Exam Postponed After Question Papers 'Fall' off Bus in Bengal

    Teachers' Exam Postponed After Question Papers 'Fall' off Bus in Bengal

    The West Bengal government has put off an eligibility exam for the post of primary teachers that was scheduled to start from August 30 till October 4. Atleast one sack full of question papers disappeared from a minibus they were being transported in yesterday, from Kolkata to Hooghly district.

  • For IT Companies, Growth Matters More Than Rupee Fall: Nomura

    For IT Companies, Growth Matters More Than Rupee Fall: Nomura

    The rupee depreciated between 6-23 per cent between Jun-14 and Jun-15, Mar-13 and Sep-13, Jun-11 and Jun-12 and Jun-08 and Mar-09. In three out of four instances of severe rupee depreciation, growth of IT companies took a knock, the brokerage said.

  • Gold Falls by Rs 330 on Weak Global Cues, Easing Demand

    Gold Falls by Rs 330 on Weak Global Cues, Easing Demand

    Tracking a weakening trend overseas and a fall in demand from jewellers at prevailing levels, gold prices drifted for the second straight day by losing another Rs 330 to Rs 27,030 per 10 grams at the bullion market on Wednesday.

  • China Cuts Interest Rates, Tata Motors Gains

    China Cuts Interest Rates, Tata Motors Gains

    After recent fall, Tata Motors has become the cheapest auto stock in India trading at 12 month forward price earning of 6.5 times versus 24.1 times of rivals, according to Reuters data.

  • Somdev Devvarman, Saketh Myneni Fall at First Hurdle in US Open Qualifiers

    Somdev Devvarman, Saketh Myneni Fall at First Hurdle in US Open Qualifiers

    Somdev Devvarman, who has been struggling for a long time now on the Tour, lost 7-5, 5-7, 1-6 against the Slovakian 20th seed Nerbert Gombos.

  • The Man Who Got China Right

    The Man Who Got China Right

    In fall 2009, Jim Chanos began to ask questions about the Chinese economy. What sparked his curiosity was the realization that commodity producers had been largely unaffected by the financial crisis; indeed, they had recorded big profits even as other sectors found themselves reeling in the aftermath of the crisis.

  • Crude Price Fall Responsible for Dip in Exports: Commerce Ministry

    Crude Price Fall Responsible for Dip in Exports: Commerce Ministry

    As merchandise shipments continue to fall since last December, a top official in Commerce Ministry on Tuesday attributed the declines to a sharp fall in fuel prices overseas, which led to a dip in petroleum product exports.

  • Refineries, Metals, Fertilisers to Bear Brunt of Rupee Fall: Care

    Refineries, Metals, Fertilisers to Bear Brunt of Rupee Fall: Care

    While the sharp rupee fall has helped the IT, pharmaceuticals, textiles and two-wheeler segments, the five most vulnerable sectors are refineries, iron and steel, fertilisers, aluminium and power, rating agency Care said on Tuesday.

  • Gold Retreats From 3-Month High, Halts 2-Week Rally on Global Cues

    Gold Retreats From 3-Month High, Halts 2-Week Rally on Global Cues

    Snapping its two-week winning streak, gold prices on Tuesday retreated from a three-month high by falling Rs 215 to Rs 27,360, tracking a weak global trend amid a fall in demand from jewellers at prevailing levels.

  • Signs of Rift Among Protesting Patels Within Hours of Mega Rally

    Signs of Rift Among Protesting Patels Within Hours of Mega Rally

    What began as a massive show of strength by the Patel community led by 21-year-old Hardik Patel in Ahmedabad on Tuesday morning, was threatening to fall apart by the afternoon, with another faction airing its differences with the young leader in public.

  • Onion Prices Fall Below Rs 50 Per Kilogram

    Onion Prices Fall Below Rs 50 Per Kilogram

    Wholesale prices of onion today fell below the Rs 50 per kg mark at the Lasalgaon in Maharashtra, Asia's biggest onion market, due to curbs on exports and fear of action against hoarding.

  • Equities to be Range Bound on Global Uncertainty, Weak Earnings: BofA

    Equities to be Range Bound on Global Uncertainty, Weak Earnings: BofA

    According to the global brokerage firm, Indian equities had its largest single-day fall in absolute terms with the BSE Sensex falling 1,640 pts, and this was largely on concerns of global risk-off due to worries related to China.

  • China Stocks Fall Again as Beijing Stays on Sidelines

    China Stocks Fall Again as Beijing Stays on Sidelines

    Major Chinese stock indexes tumbled more than 6 per cent in early trading, hitting their lowest levels in 8 months.

  • A Weakening Rupee Means More Investment for Indian Students Abroad

    A Weakening Rupee Means More Investment for Indian Students Abroad

    The global meltdown of stock markets and the Sensex's biggest slump in years has cost investors a lot of wealth. But the domino effect on the volatility of rupee has also impacted the Indian students studying abroad.

  • 34 Students Fall Ill After Eating Mid-Day Meal, Manish Sisodia Orders Testing of Samples

    34 Students Fall Ill After Eating Mid-Day Meal, Manish Sisodia Orders Testing of Samples

    34 students of a government school in Jahangirpuri area in New Delhi were taken ill on monday after consuming mid-day meal, prompting Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia to order testing of the samples served.

  • No Immediate Advantage to Exporters Seen From Rupee Fall

    No Immediate Advantage to Exporters Seen From Rupee Fall

    The steep depreciation of rupee will not give an immediate advantage to exporters in India, trade bodies said on Monday.

  • Sebi, Bourses Review Risk Management Systems Amid Mayhem: Report

    Sebi, Bourses Review Risk Management Systems Amid Mayhem: Report

    With the stock market going on a free fall, the Securities and Exchange Board of India as well as exchanges on Monday reviewed the risk management systems in place to ensure safety of the marketplace and prevent possible manipulations.

  • Rupee Fall Due to China Fears, India on Firm Footing: SBI

    Rupee Fall Due to China Fears, India on Firm Footing: SBI

    State Bank of India chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya on Monday described the massive fall in the rupee to be "driven by apprehensions" about the crisis in China and asserted it does not indicate any fundamental issues with Indian economy.

  • Five Factors That Caused the Biggest Sensex Crash in History

    Five Factors That Caused the Biggest Sensex Crash in History

    The BSE Sensex on Monday crashed 5.94 per cent to end at a 12-month low of 25,741.56. The 1,625-point loss was the biggest-ever for Sensex, while in percentage terms, Monday's crash was the biggest since January 2009. After China, the Sensex was the worst-performing index in Asia today.

  • Rupee Tumbles to Breach 66 Level Against Dollar

    Rupee Tumbles to Breach 66 Level Against Dollar

    In line with a crash in equities, the rupee tumbled sharply by 82 paise - its biggest single-day fall this year - to settle at 66.65 against the US dollar as global meltdown fears remained unabated.

  • Sensex Slumps Nearly 6% in Biggest Fall in Over 6 Years

    Sensex Slumps Nearly 6% in Biggest Fall in Over 6 Years

    The BSE Sensex and Nifty slumped nearly 6 per cent on Monday, posting their biggest daily falls since January 2009 as steep falls in Chinese equities sparked widespread unrest in global markets.

  • Great Fall of China Sinks World Stocks, Dollar Tumbles

    Great Fall of China Sinks World Stocks, Dollar Tumbles

    Alarm bells rang across world markets on Monday as a 9 per cent dive in Chinese shares and a sharp drop in the dollar and major commodities panicked investors.

  • Global Turbulence Behind Market Crash, Impact Temporary: Jaitley

    Global Turbulence Behind Market Crash, Impact Temporary: Jaitley

    Attributing the stock market crash to global turbulence, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday said the government and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) were watching the situation and hoped that things will stabilize once the transient impact is over.

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