Amid threats of a rising energy crisis, Power Minister R K Singh and Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw held deliberations
Sensex Falls Over 600 Points And Nifty Down Below 17,000, Tracking A Broader Sell-Off In Risk AssetsEdited by Rahul Karunakar | Monday April 25, 2022
Indian shares fell sharply on Monday as prospects of aggressive rate hikes by the US Federal Reserve hit investors' appetite for risky assets.
Solvent Extractors' Association has suggested immediate initiation of dialogue with Indonesia on the proposed palm oil export ban
The minutes of the latest RBI monetary policy committee (MPC) meeting released on Friday showed the central bank has shifted its focus to fighting surging inflation even as growth worries remain.
"Aggressive tightening and perhaps a more difficult risk environment will dominate FX now," said Chris Turner, Global Head of Markets at ING.
Amidst a global shortage of food grains in the aftermath of the Ukrainian war, countries like India which have the potential to address this by exporting agricultural products, in particular cereals, are facing difficulties from the World Trade Organization, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said Friday.
RBI Governor: Circumstances warrant prioritising inflation and anchoring of inflation expectations in the sequence of objectives to safeguard financial stability
"Circumstances warrant prioritising inflation and anchoring inflation expectations in the sequence of objectives," said RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said IMF's growth projection for India of 8.2 per cent for 2022-23, is fastest among major economies
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has reaffirmed India's political commitment to fighting money laundering and terrorist financing
Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) has proposed mandatory scrutiny of Goods and Service Tax (GST) returns on a quarterly basis
Finance Ministry has barred public sector enterprises from bidding for other (CPSEs) which are on the block for privatisation
As on April 19, 27 thermal power plants were left with 0 per cent to 5 per cent coal stock against the required normative quota