Business Today magazine,focus,magazine stories
The Buzz
Global Worries

Trends in global markets do not augur well for India's economy.


Nobody knows what to do with the latest back series.

The NSSO estimates that 9 to 29% of the primary data samples collected at an all India level during the last five years had some error or other.
The decline in area coverage is visible in all major pulses growing states: Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Karnataka.
The finance ministry earlier said companies should not have to seek prior approval for royalty payment repatriation.

Why influencer marketing on social platforms is gaining traction in the country.

The government and the RBI may have managed to cobble together a working relationship for now, but that may change soon.

Reports suggest that domestic airlines have objected to the charter's extreme focus on passenger rights.

This Hyderabad-based agri-tech firm tests sample foodgrain in 60 seconds or less.

Tata Sons is gearing up to pay a major chunk of the Rs 10,000 crore dues of Tata Teleservices to the government.
Total foreign exchange reserves with RBI (as on November 2, 2018) stood at Rs 28.66 lakh crore.
Good for creditors because Ultratechs bid price is Rs 1,019 crore higher than Dalmia Bharats Rs 6,932 crore.
The management outlined a mid-term strategy that shifts the focus back to growth from mere profitability.
The US Food and Drug Administration is coming out with clear guidelines for clearing complex generics.

A sharp drop in food inflation is hurting food growers as the downward spiral keeps market prices well below the MSP.

Saudi Arabia recently made it clear that OPEC and allies need to slash output by at least 1 million barrels a day from October levels to avoid a supply glut.
Teva, Mylan, and even India's biggest, Sun Pharma, are opting out of products that aren't commercially viable.
Facebook has revamped its Messenger app and introduced a widely awaited simplified version.
Monthly GST collections crossed Rs 1 lakh crore in October this year.