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The Hindu
India maintaining high growth amid tough global economy: FM"Notwithstanding the global headwinds, however, India continues to maintain a h
India maintaining high growth amid tough global economy: FM
The Hindu / Posted 2 minutes ago
"Notwithstanding the global headwinds, however, India continues to maintain a high growth rate at 7.6 per cent in 2015—16 compared to 7.2 per cent in the previous year." India continues to maintain a high growth rate even in times of difficult... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
How ‘Brexit’ will affect the global economy, now and later Things fall apart. And now, “things” includes the European Union. British vo
How ‘Brexit’ will affect the global economy, now and later
Manila Bulletin / Posted 11 minutes ago
Things fall apart. And now, “things” includes the European Union. British voters delivered a well-aimed kick at the global elites who prefer a Britain that is deeply intertwined,... Read more
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The Age
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economistsAustralia's main concern at the moment is the hit to corporate, consumer and in
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economists
The Age / Posted 11 minutes ago
Australia's main concern at the moment is the hit to corporate, consumer and investor confidence as the world digests the ramifications of Brexit. Photo: Getty Images Global markets are braced for further volatility this week, but the direct impact... Read more
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The Star
Fake JDT merchandise seized from Tebrau hypermarketJOHOR BARU: The Johor Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism Ministry (K
Fake JDT merchandise seized from Tebrau hypermarket
The Star / Posted 12 minutes ago
JOHOR BARU: The Johor Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism Ministry (KPDNKK) has seized a total of 702 units of fake Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) merchandise from a hypermarket in Tebrau near here. State deputy director Mohamad Mokhtar Yeop... Read more
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The Financial Express
Bank mergers likely to happen after SBI consolidationMerger of SBI with associate banks is likely to happen towards the end of this
Bank mergers likely to happen after SBI consolidation
The Financial Express / Posted 13 minutes ago
Merger of SBI with associate banks is likely to happen towards the end of this fiscal. (Reuters) Consolidation among public sector banks (PSBs) is expected to happen only after the completion of merger between SBI and its associates, a senior... Read more
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The Financial Express
Sub-Rs 10,000 smartphone segment in India to grow 44% in 2016: CMRAccording to the research firm, smartphone shipment in the country is expected
Sub-Rs 10,000 smartphone segment in India to grow 44% in 2016: CMR
The Financial Express / Posted 13 minutes ago
According to the research firm, smartphone shipment in the country is expected to grow to about 130 million handsets this year from 97 million last year by 163 brands. (Reuters) The under Rs 10,000-smartphone segment is expected to grow 44 per cent... Read more
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The Financial Express
Reliance Industries knew about KG-D6 and ONGC block connectivity in 2003The government thereafter appointed a one-man committee under A P Shah to decid
Reliance Industries knew about KG-D6 and ONGC block connectivity in 2003
The Financial Express / Posted 13 minutes ago
The government thereafter appointed a one-man committee under A P Shah to decide on compensation to be paid to ONGC. The panel is to submit its report by next month end.(Reuters) Reliance Industries knew way back in 2003 that its Dhirubhai gas... Read more
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The Financial Express
GAAR not to apply on income from investments before Apr 1Through this amendment to the I-T Rules, the tax department aims to smoothen th
GAAR not to apply on income from investments before Apr 1
The Financial Express / Posted 13 minutes ago
Through this amendment to the I-T Rules, the tax department aims to smoothen the procedure for GAAR implementation by removing any inconsistency. To clear the air on retrospective applicability of the stringent anti-avoidance GAAR rule, the I-T... Read more
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The Financial Express
India owns $121.6 bn worth US govt securitiesThe holdings were worth 8.9 billion in March this year, marginally higher than
India owns $121.6 bn worth US govt securities
The Financial Express / Posted 13 minutes ago
The holdings were worth 8.9 billion in March this year, marginally higher than 8.8 billion seen in February.(Reuters) Touching a new high, India’s holding of American government securities jumped to USD 121.6 billion in April amid uncertain global... Read more
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The Financial Express
Monetary committee rules to be notified in few weeks: Shaktikanta Das“We are already working on it (on the rules). I think it should not take more t
Monetary committee rules to be notified in few weeks: Shaktikanta Das
The Financial Express / Posted 14 minutes ago
“We are already working on it (on the rules). I think it should not take more than few weeks. Its a matter of weeks I would say,” Shaktikanta Das told PTI. (Reuters) Moving ahead with the operationalisation of the interest rate setting monetary... Read more
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The Financial Express
India maintaining high growth amid tough global economy: FM Arun JaitleyIndia continues to maintain a high growth rate even in times of difficult globa
India maintaining high growth amid tough global economy: FM Arun Jaitley
The Financial Express / Posted 14 minutes ago
India continues to maintain a high growth rate even in times of difficult global conditions and is sticking with its agenda of reforms push and infrastructure creation, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said. Addressing the annual general meeting of the... Read more
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The Financial Express
Exports from SEZs up marginally at Rs 4.67 lakh crores in FY16Industry experts said taking into account the figures, the government should ta
Exports from SEZs up marginally at Rs 4.67 lakh crores in FY16
The Financial Express / Posted 14 minutes ago
Industry experts said taking into account the figures, the government should take some immediate steps to boost exports from SEZs. (Reuters) Exports from special economic zones (SEZs) logged a marginal growth of 0.77 per cent to Rs 4.67 lakh crore... Read more
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Scotsman
Bill Jamieson: Don’t panic – just recall how wrong the pound and markets were Governor Mark Carney said the Bank of England was prepared for the crisis Amo
Bill Jamieson: Don’t panic – just recall how wrong the pound and markets were
Scotsman / Posted 15 minutes ago
Governor Mark Carney said the Bank of England was prepared for the crisis Among the many shattering consequences of the UK’s Vote Leave decision, one should not quickly be... Read more
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Scotsman
The Big Interview: Kirk Murdoch, head of law firm Pinsent Masons Kirk Murdoch stresses that companies must start methodically working to identi
The Big Interview: Kirk Murdoch, head of law firm Pinsent Masons
Scotsman / Posted 16 minutes ago
Kirk Murdoch stresses that companies must start methodically working to identify how Brexit will impact on their trade, and what actions need to be taken. Picture: Scott Louden One... Read more
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Rappler
Aquino's satisfaction ratings decline: Not the worstLAST FEW DAYS. President Benigno S. Aquino III is the guest of honor and speake
Aquino's satisfaction ratings decline: Not the worst
Rappler / Posted 16 minutes ago
LAST FEW DAYS. President Benigno S. Aquino III is the guest of honor and speaker during the Ateneo de Manila university (ADMU) Loyola Schools 2016 Commencement ceremony on June 25, 2016. Photo by Gil Nartea/Malacañang Photo Bureau MANILA,... Read more
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Business Standard India
Retail investors go against Brexit tide; Buy shares in turmoilWhat has come to be known as a 'Black Friday' for the markets worldwide, the da
Retail investors go against Brexit tide; Buy shares in turmoil
Business Standard India / Posted 17 minutes ago
What has come to be known as a 'Black Friday' for the markets worldwide, the day of Brexit referendum results on June 24 saw the stocks plunge sharply everywhere, including in India, where the benchmark Sensex lost nearly 1,100 points intra-day... Read more
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Business Standard India
Gold to zoom to Rs 33,500 levels by 2016-endGaining from safe haven buying post the Brexit referendum, gold prices are like
Gold to zoom to Rs 33,500 levels by 2016-end
Business Standard India / Posted 17 minutes ago
Gaining from safe haven buying post the Brexit referendum, gold prices are likely to remain firm and touch Rs 33,500 by the year-end due to factors like US elections, ongoing geopolitical tensions and volatility in currency markets, experts... Read more
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Business Standard India
Foreign investors eye UK property after Brexit falloutWith property prices in Britain predicted to plummet post-Brexit, foreign inves
Foreign investors eye UK property after Brexit fallout
Business Standard India / Posted 17 minutes ago
With property prices in Britain predicted to plummet post-Brexit, foreign investors, especially in Asia, are already poised for a buying spree. It is an ironic twist to the shock referendum result — many who opted to leave the European Union saw... Read more
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Business Standard India
Brexit a sad development, but not to affect India: CEAUnion government's Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian on Sunday said Bre
Brexit a sad development, but not to affect India: CEA
Business Standard India / Posted 17 minutes ago
Union government's Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian on Sunday said Brexit was a sad development but India would not be affected by it due to its solid macroeconomics. "Brexit is a very sad development. It has consquences for both the United... Read more
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Business Standard India
Sebi to diversify its surplus fund investment portfolioDoing what it preaches, market regulator Sebi plans to diversify its own surplu
Sebi to diversify its surplus fund investment portfolio
Business Standard India / Posted 17 minutes ago
Doing what it preaches, market regulator Sebi plans to diversify its own surplus fund investment portfolio by expanding its fixed deposit investments to all banks but public sector institutions will continue to get a preference. At the same time,... Read more
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Business Standard India
Tyre imports surge 57% on China-led dumpingIn May alone, import of TBRs reached 1.5 lakh units, which is almost 40% of the
Tyre imports surge 57% on China-led dumping
Business Standard India / Posted 17 minutes ago
In May alone, import of TBRs reached 1.5 lakh units, which is almost 40% of the replacement demand of TBR tyres in India per month Imports of truck and bus radials surged 57% in the first two months of the... Read more
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Wichita Falls Times Record News
Economy continues to improveBy James R. Owen, Special to the Times Record News The Wichita Falls economy c
Economy continues to improve
Wichita Falls Times Record News / Posted 23 minutes ago
By James R. Owen, Special to the Times Record News The Wichita Falls economy continues to display some solid progress based on the results from May activities. With the exception of the energy sector, all other sectors demonstrate positive... Read more
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Bdnews24.com
Banks to remain closed on Jul 4A Bangladesh Bank circular issued on Sunday, however, instructed branches in in
Banks to remain closed on Jul 4
Bdnews24.com / Posted 27 minutes ago
A Bangladesh Bank circular issued on Sunday, however, instructed branches in industrial zones, especially those with apparel factories, to operate on Jul 2 and 3 (Saturday and Sunday). It also asked banks to ensure adequate security and overtime for... Read more
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CBC.ca
Lineups to close bank accounts after RBC hikes fees in the CaribbeanRoyal Bank is the only big Canadian bank that hasn't announced any personal ban
Lineups to close bank accounts after RBC hikes fees in the Caribbean
CBC.ca / Posted 29 minutes ago
Royal Bank is the only big Canadian bank that hasn't announced any personal banking fee hikes in this country this year. But it's still facing the wrath of customers — in the Caribbean. Some RBC Caribbean clients are so upset over new monthly... Read more
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CBC.ca
Brexit vote could mean months or years of pain for financial markets: Don PittisBritish authorities are already moving to reassure the world that the Brexit vo
Brexit vote could mean months or years of pain for financial markets: Don Pittis
CBC.ca / Posted 29 minutes ago
British authorities are already moving to reassure the world that the Brexit vote to leave the European Union won't be so bad for the economy. "There is plenty to do now to help make this decision work, to stabilize our economy, to reassure our... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Cash Crunch Hits ImportersMoney transfer agents have taken over the role of banks by making payments at a
Cash Crunch Hits Importers
AllAfrica.com / Posted 31 minutes ago
Money transfer agents have taken over the role of banks by making payments at a fee for companies that want to pay for raw materials and other imports, a move that is set to increase costs to companies. The development follows delays by banks in... Read more
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International Business Times
HSBC will move 1,000 jobs to Paris if Britain leaves European Single Market HSBC will move as many as 1,000 jobs to Paris from London if Britain also leave
HSBC will move 1,000 jobs to Paris if Britain leaves European Single Market
International Business Times / Posted 33 minutes ago
HSBC will move as many as 1,000 jobs to Paris from London if Britain also leaves the European Single Market, following the referendum result to quit the European Union. The staff involved would be those who process the transactions the bank makes in... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Jumia Becomes the One Stop Online Destination in AfricaSunday, 26 June 2016, 9:09 pmPress Release: African Press OrganisationPeople ca
Jumia Becomes the One Stop Online Destination in Africa
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 33 minutes ago
Sunday, 26 June 2016, 9:09 pmPress Release: African Press OrganisationPeople can now find on Jumia all their needsLAGOS, Nigeria, June 24,... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Cyber breaches are not confined to developed markets“Despite a growing number of media headlines about US or EU based companies fal
Cyber breaches are not confined to developed markets
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 33 minutes ago
“Despite a growing number of media headlines about US or EU based companies falling victim to a cyber breach, the lack of obligation in many emerging markets to report on incidents is creating a false illusion that businesses operating in these... Read more
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Reuters
Chinese firms may 'wait and see' on UK investment after Brexit - state plannerFILE PHOTO - Chinese and British flags fly in London's Chinatown, Britain Octob
Chinese firms may 'wait and see' on UK investment after Brexit - state planner
Reuters / Posted 34 minutes ago
FILE PHOTO - Chinese and British flags fly in London's Chinatown, Britain October 19, 2015. TIANJIN, China Chinese companies may want to "wait and see" the impact of Britain's vote to leave the European Union before they invest in the country, the... Read more
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