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Daily Telegraph
30 years of bear markets - history tells us what's nextMarket historians pore over this past data, hoping an analysis of how shares be
30 years of bear markets - history tells us what's next
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 minutes ago
Market historians pore over this past data, hoping an analysis of how shares behaved after previous slumps could shed light on what might happen now. The reasons for each of the last 11 bear markets, of course, are different, but some commentators... Read more
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The Economic Times
Government identifies 150 critical infrastructure projects under Sagarmala"We have reviewed the National Perspective Plan (NPP) of Sagarmala and have ide
Government identifies 150 critical infrastructure projects under Sagarmala
The Economic Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
"We have reviewed the National Perspective Plan (NPP) of Sagarmala and have identified over 150 critical infrastructure projects," Road Transport, Highways and Shipping Minister Nitin Gadkari said. The minister had recently said that about Rs 70,000... Read more
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The Economic Times
L&T seeks anti-dumping duty on windmill castings from ChinaNEW DELHI: Government has initiated a probe into dumping of certain castings fo
L&T seeks anti-dumping duty on windmill castings from China
The Economic Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: Government has initiated a probe into dumping of certain castings for windmills from China on a complaint by engineering major Larsen & Toubro, which has sought anti-dumping duty on the items to protect domestic industry from cheap... Read more
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The Economic Times
Finance Ministry asks PSUs to buy back shares, pay higher dividendsNEW DELHI: Government has asked public sector firms to buyback shares worth abo
Finance Ministry asks PSUs to buy back shares, pay higher dividends
The Economic Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: Government has asked public sector firms to buyback shares worth about Rs 25,000 crore and pay additional dividend on top of the mandated 30 per cent as it looks to rescue disinvestment programme that is on the brink of missing target for... Read more
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The Economic Times
We tell foreign investors you can come and start building your factory in 15 days: Arun Misra, Tata Steel SEZMUMBAI: The Tata group, which controls more than 100 operating companies, has s
We tell foreign investors you can come and start building your factory in 15 days: Arun Misra, Tata Steel SEZ
The Economic Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
MUMBAI: The Tata group, which controls more than 100 operating companies, has showcased just about half a dozen of them at its pavilion at Make in India week in Mumbai. Evidently, space is a constraint at Hall No. 7, which is reserved for... Read more
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The Economic Times
National Fertilisers Ltd aims Rs 15,000 crore turnover by FY21NEW DELHI: The country's largest fertiliser PSU NFL is aiming to double its tur
National Fertilisers Ltd aims Rs 15,000 crore turnover by FY21
The Economic Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: The country's largest fertiliser PSU NFL is aiming to double its turnover to Rs 15,000 crore in the next five years on the back of strong performance of its non-core business. "After gap of almost 20 years, we have tried our hands in... Read more
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The Economic Times
Auto exports from India decline 19% in JanuaryNEW DELHI: Passenger car shipments from India declined 18.85 per cent to 33,909
Auto exports from India decline 19% in January
The Economic Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: Passenger car shipments from India declined 18.85 per cent to 33,909 units in January due to challenges in top export markets like Algeria, Europe and neighbouring countries. Indian car makers had shipped 41,787 units in the same month of... Read more
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The Economic Times
L&T Finance invests Rs 100 cr in TDI's township at PanipatTDI Infracorp had last month gave an exit to Kotak Realty Fund from its housing
L&T Finance invests Rs 100 cr in TDI's township at Panipat
The Economic Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
TDI Infracorp had last month gave an exit to Kotak Realty Fund from its housing project in Sonepat by repaying a debt of Rs 110 crore. The company is building five townships, spread over an area of 2,480 acres, at Kundli, Panipat, Mohali, and... Read more
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The Economic Times
Budget 2016: Government may look at tax benefits for diamond sector in special notified zoneNEW DELHI: The government is likely to come up with a benign tax regime for the
Budget 2016: Government may look at tax benefits for diamond sector in special notified zone
The Economic Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: The government is likely to come up with a benign tax regime for the diamond sector in special notified zone (SNZ) with a view to help India become a hub of international trading of the precious stone. Although 90 per cent of the global... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Satyajit Das: Age of Stagnation or Something Worse?Yves here. If you’ve read Das regularly, one of the characteristics of his writ
Satyajit Das: Age of Stagnation or Something Worse?
Naked Capitalism / Posted 6 minutes ago
Yves here. If you’ve read Das regularly, one of the characteristics of his writing is wry detachment. The shift to a sense of foreboding is a big departure. If you look for truth, you may find comfort in the end; if you look for comfort you will not... Read more
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WA Today
Unleaded petrol falls to lowest price in Perth in 11 years on MondayPerth motorists will be able to buy unleaded petrol for less than 95 cents a li
Unleaded petrol falls to lowest price in Perth in 11 years on Monday
WA Today / Posted 7 minutes ago
Perth motorists will be able to buy unleaded petrol for less than 95 cents a litre on Monday, something that hasn't happened for 11 years. A spokesman for Fuelwatch said the last time prices were lower was on January 28, 2005, when the best price... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Bishop heads to Asia as Korea continues its aggressionTHE increasing aggression from North Korea through its missile-testing regime w
Bishop heads to Asia as Korea continues its aggression
Daily Examiner / Posted 15 minutes ago
THE increasing aggression from North Korea through its missile-testing regime will be a key part of talks in Japan when Foreign Minister Julie Bishop travels to Asia this week. Ms Bishop also will head to China as part of the four-day trip for talks... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
AgendaTRUMBULL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS will hold workshop 10:30 a.m. Tuesday and meeting
Agenda
Tribune Chronicle / Posted 16 minutes ago
TRUMBULL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS will hold workshop 10:30 a.m. Tuesday and meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, both in commissioners' hearing room. TRUMBULL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Executive Board 4 p.m. Wednesday at offices, 640 N. River Road NW,... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
Down on the farm Tax tipsl Crop insurance - Insurance payments from crop damage count as income. General
Down on the farm Tax tips
Tribune Chronicle / Posted 16 minutes ago
l Crop insurance - Insurance payments from crop damage count as income. Generally, you should report these in the year that you get them. l Sale of items purchased for resale - If you sold livestock or items that you bought for resale, you must... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
China launches website to aid US$7.6 billion Ezubao fraud probeBEIJING: China's Ministry of Public Security has launched a website to help pro
China launches website to aid US$7.6 billion Ezubao fraud probe
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 16 minutes ago
BEIJING: China's Ministry of Public Security has launched a website to help probe Ezubao, the country's biggest online peer-to-peer (P2P) lender, which is accused of defrauding 900,000 investors of more than 50 billion yuan (US$7.61 billion). The... Read more
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tribalfootball.com
Man Utd plan £70M bid for BVB striker Pierre-Emerick AubameyangThe Mail on Sunday says United are closing in on the £70million purchase of Aub
Man Utd plan £70M bid for BVB striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
tribalfootball.com / Posted 17 minutes ago
The Mail on Sunday says United are closing in on the £70million purchase of Aubameyang this summer. Executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward revealed this week to United shareholders that the club has cash reserves of £121.6m and indicated there will be... Read more
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Arkansas Business
US Stocks Higher Midday as Oil Rebounds, Banks RiseA strong rebound in oil prices and a government report indicating that retail s
US Stocks Higher Midday as Oil Rebounds, Banks Rise
Arkansas Business / Posted 17 minutes ago
A strong rebound in oil prices and a government report indicating that retail sales improved last month helped lift U.S. stocks sharply higher in midday trading Friday. Financial and energy companies were among the biggest gainers as the stock market... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Work to start on £17m congestion-busting roundabout revamp « Shropshire StarThe improvements on Limekiln Bank roundabout, Priorslee, are aimed at increasin
Work to start on £17m congestion-busting roundabout revamp « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 21 minutes ago
The improvements on Limekiln Bank roundabout, Priorslee, are aimed at increasing capacity in advance of proposed commercial and residential development. The £17 million project includes widening the roundabout and improving the entry and exit... Read more
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The Age
Soft commodities avoid the hard downturn during market turmoilWheat prices are tipped by ANZ to increase by 13 per cent over the next 12 mont
Soft commodities avoid the hard downturn during market turmoil
The Age / Posted 22 minutes ago
Wheat prices are tipped by ANZ to increase by 13 per cent over the next 12 months. Photo: Paul Jones Soft commodities like wheat have avoided the worst of the downturn affecting oil, iron ore and other hard commodities, but in general the sector is... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Soft commodities avoid the hard downturn during market turmoilWheat prices are tipped by ANZ to increase by 13 per cent over the next 12 mont
Soft commodities avoid the hard downturn during market turmoil
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 minutes ago
Wheat prices are tipped by ANZ to increase by 13 per cent over the next 12 months. Photo: Paul Jones Soft commodities like wheat have avoided the worst of the downturn affecting oil, iron ore and other hard commodities, but in general the sector is... Read more
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The Financial Express
‘Implementation of 7th Pay Comm to impact govt’s fiscal math: Deutsche BankImplementation of the Seventh Pay Commission recommendations is likely to exert
‘Implementation of 7th Pay Comm to impact govt’s fiscal math: Deutsche Bank
The Financial Express / Posted 25 minutes ago
Implementation of the Seventh Pay Commission recommendations is likely to exert pressure on the government’s fiscal finances and inflation trajectory going forward, says a Deutsche Bank report. According to the global financial services firm, the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Soft commodities avoid the hard downturn during market turmoilWheat prices are tipped by ANZ to increase by 13 per cent over the next 12 mont
Soft commodities avoid the hard downturn during market turmoil
Canberra Times / Posted 26 minutes ago
Wheat prices are tipped by ANZ to increase by 13 per cent over the next 12 months. Photo: Paul Jones Soft commodities like wheat have avoided the worst of the downturn affecting oil, iron ore and other hard commodities, but in general the sector is... Read more
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Yonhap News Agency
Finance minister vows full support for Kaesong-based firmsSEOUL, Feb. 14 (Yonhap) -- South Korea's finance minister on Sunday pledged all
Finance minister vows full support for Kaesong-based firms
Yonhap News Agency / Posted 26 minutes ago
SEOUL, Feb. 14 (Yonhap) -- South Korea's finance minister on Sunday pledged all-out support for South Korean companies operating in a joint industrial park with North Korea that was shut down last week following a series of military provocations from... Read more
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Business Standard India
FinMin asks PSUs to buy back shares, pay higher dividendsGovt has mobilised just Rs 13,330 cr against budgeted target of Rs 69,500 cr fr
FinMin asks PSUs to buy back shares, pay higher dividends
Business Standard India / Posted 29 minutes ago
Govt has mobilised just Rs 13,330 cr against budgeted target of Rs 69,500 cr from PSU stake salesGovt has mobilised just Rs 13,330 cr against budgeted target of Rs 69,500 cr from PSU stake... Read more
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Business Standard India
Govt terms Maharashtra as 'investor magnet'While wooing investors at the Make in India summit here, the government of Maha
Govt terms Maharashtra as 'investor magnet'
Business Standard India / Posted 29 minutes ago
While wooing investors at the Make in India summit here, the government of Maharashtra termed the state as "Investor Magnet". Speaking on sidelines of the conference, a senior state government said, " The state of Maharashtra leads in attracting... Read more
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Business Standard India
Getting credit default swap market in India up and runningIn the inflating of the credit bubble in the run-up to the Global Financial Cri
Getting credit default swap market in India up and running
Business Standard India / Posted 29 minutes ago
In the inflating of the credit bubble in the run-up to the Global Financial Crisis and its inevitable concomitant, the Great Recession from which the global economy is yet to recover, inflated ratings to sub-prime mortgage backed Collateralised Debt... Read more
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Business Standard India
Industry gets four insurance marketing firmsThe insurance industry now has one distribution channel in the form of insuranc
Industry gets four insurance marketing firms
Business Standard India / Posted 29 minutes ago
The insurance industry now has one distribution channel in the form of insurance marketing firms (IMFs). While four of such entities being granted licence to operate by the insurance regulator, none of them have opted to sell all financial products... Read more
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Business Standard India
RBI to go for 25 bps rate cut on Apr 5: BofA-MLBofA-ML also expects Budget 2016-17 to target a fiscal deficit of 3.8%of GDP, a
RBI to go for 25 bps rate cut on Apr 5: BofA-ML
Business Standard India / Posted 29 minutes ago
BofA-ML also expects Budget 2016-17 to target a fiscal deficit of 3.8%of GDP, a tad lower than financial year 2015-16's 3.9%BofA-ML also expects Budget 2016-17 to target a fiscal deficit of 3.8%of GDP, a... Read more
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Business Standard India
Govt may soon approve first ever capital goods policyDraft policy envisions increasing share of capital goods in total manufacturing
Govt may soon approve first ever capital goods policy
Business Standard India / Posted 29 minutes ago
Draft policy envisions increasing share of capital goods in total manufacturing activity to 20% by 2025 from 12%Draft policy envisions increasing share of capital goods in total manufacturing... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Afghans skirt strict rules to find love on social mediaIn this Friday, Feb. 12, 2016 photo, Afghan vendors selling smartphones wait fo
Afghans skirt strict rules to find love on social media
Houston Chronicle / Posted 32 minutes ago
In this Friday, Feb. 12, 2016 photo, Afghan vendors selling smartphones wait for customers at a market in Kabul, Afghanistan. Young Afghans are increasingly finding love on social media, which allows them to circumvent the strict segregation of the... Read more
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