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BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 22, 2020
RBI governor Shaktikanta Das has reduced the repo rate by 40 basis points to 4 per cent - the lowest ever. The repo rate had already hit its lowest at 4.4 per cent in March when the RBI had reduced the rate by 75 basis points. Before this, it had hit the lowest point of 4.75 per cent in April 2009. Further, the central bank has extended the moratorium period on term and credit card loans by another three months until August 31. Watch as Rajeev Dubey, Editor, Business Today, explains the effects of these measures on Indian companies.Coronavirus impact: What the future holds for battered restaurant industry


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 17, 2020
Centre has announced all 5 tranches of the 'Aatm nirbhar Bharat' stimulus package. The final tranche mainly allocated an additional Rs 40,000 crore to the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment (MGNREGA) budget estimate to ensure that migrants do not face unemployed amid the nationwide lockdown, and a viability gap funding of more than Rs 8,000 crore. What are the key takeaways from the breakup of the package? Rajeev Dubey, Editor, Business Today breaks it down further. Stimulus package 2020: Immediate relief worth Rs 80,000 cr only; combined fiscal dent to be 12%: CARE Ratings


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 17, 2020
FM Nirmala Sitharaman has presented the breakup of the Rs 20 lakh crore stimulus package of the government in 5 tranches. She announced a series of regulatory reforms for sectors such as mining, power, airports, defence production, and atomic energy. Further announcements made on May 17 include a series of steps to provide employment opportunities for migrant workers, as well as material changes in bankruptcy rules, companies act among others. However, what is now critical is the speed with which the government acts on public expenditure. Business Today Editor, Rajeev Dubey, explains.After General Atlantic deal, US firms to own 13.82% stake in Jio Platforms


Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, May 12, 2020
In India, it's been a waiting and guessing game. To many, the inordinate delay in announcing the second stimulus is worrying, intriguing - even frustrating


Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, April 28, 2020
Since India's stock market crashed a hefty 23.4 per cent since the first coronavirus case was detected in Kerala, listed firms were particularly vulnerable. Was this a precursor to more such moves?


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 21, 2020
India imports more than 83 per cent of crude oil every year for more than $100 billion. The oil alone accounts for over 20 per cent of the country's whole merchandise imports. India does not possess enough container capacity to store the oil. The country had targeted over 15 million tonnes of strategic oil reserves, but the current storage capacity amounts to 5.33 million tonnes (enough to meet 9.7 days of requirement) only. The ongoing coronavirus lockdown in India has resulted in no economic activity and no demand for oil from industries. Rajeev Dubey, Editor, Business Today, explains India's constraints regarding storage capacity.Also Read: Why petrol prices won't fall even though US crude oil costs $0


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 21, 2020
The price of a barrel of benchmark U.S. oil plunged below $0 a barrel on Monday for the first time in history, a troubling sign of an unprecedented global energy glut as the coronavirus pandemic halts travel and curbs economic activity. Watch as Rajeev Dubey, Editor, Business Today explains what it means for the end consumer.Read: Why petrol prices won't fall even though US crude oil costs $0


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 17, 2020
RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das addressed the media in the second such address by RBI during the lockdown. The aim of the announcements was to tide over the crisis caused by the pandemic and to maintain liquidity in the system. The Governor especially focused on NBFCs and MSMEs. Rajeev Dubey, Editor, Business Today, analyses the key announcements made by RBI during these trying times.Also Read: Coronavirus fallout: India's GDP growth rate may fall to 1.1% in FY21, says SBI Ecowrap


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 16, 2020
The Ministry of Home Affairs came out with a fresh set of guidelines right after prime minister Narendra Modi announced the extension of nationwide lockdown till May 3, in an attempt to contain the novel coronavirus.  The MHA has come up with guidelines about activities that may resume and the activities that will remain restricted. Watch as Rajeev Dubey, Editor, Business Today, speaks about the impact of such guidelines on various engines of the economy.Read: Coronavirus Lockdown India Live Updates: Delhi second worst-affected state after Maharashtra with 1,578 cases


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 15, 2020
The novel coronavirus pandemic, apart from being one of the gravest health crises faced by humanity, is also posing a serious threat to the global economy. Countries across the world have cut down on production of most goods. Partial or complete lockdown in several countries has seen demand in almost all sectors except pharmaceuticals taking a nosedive. Airlines are grounded, markets are shut and governments are weighing options on how to infuse money in their economies in order to contain the pandemic and revive the economy. Rajeev Dubey, Editor, Business Today explains the reasons for and  impact of the lockdown.Also Read: WPI inflation eases to 4-year low at 1% in FY20


Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, April 15, 2020
UNCTAD believes that India and China are among the few world economies least likely to fall into recession. But don't be surprised if it chooses to revise India outlook


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 14, 2020
India has extended the nationwide coronavirus lockdown by another three weeks. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that the lockdown did have an economic cost but that the lives of people were more important. The nationwide coronavirus lockdown has meant suspension of train services, flight operations, shutting down of industries and loss of employment of millions of daily wagers. All these businesses and people keep the conveyor belt of economy in motion ensuring that the gross domestic product (GDP) is on an upward trajectory. With lockdown, these activities have now stopped, causing a loss in business for the firms, earnings for the people, and revenue generation for the government. Business Today Editor, Rajeev Dubey, analyses the road ahead for the Indian economy. Watch the video for more.Also Read: COVID-19 lockdown: Realty sector sees 65% default in payment from customers


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 14, 2020
India's economy has been suffering one of the worst economic slowdowns in its history, in line with the global destruction caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. Analysts said in a report that India's 21-day lockdown, which was supposed to end on April 14, had resulted in losses worth Rs 7-8 lakh crore. But, with lockdown extended further, the government support seems necessary to sustain small businesses. The next challenge for the government, according to CII, will be to restart the economy. Though experts predict that reviving the economy will pose a challenge like never before, CII has asked the government to offer a concrete set of guidelines on the lockdown exit plan. Watch as Rajeev Dubey, Editor, Business Today takes us through the available options before India Inc.Also Read: Coronavirus effect: India's GDP may contract by 1% in FY21, says ICRA


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 14, 2020
Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has issued an advisory to carry out rapid tests on all influenza-like illnesses reported from containment zones, large migration gatherings, or evacuee centres. However, in light of testing on such massive scales, India is staring at a new problem - shortage of rapid test kits. Along with kits, personal protective equipment (PPE), which are the first line of defence for frontline health workers, are also in short supply. The government has placed bulk orders for kits and components but that might also fall short in tackling the spread of coronavirus. Rajeev Dubey, Editor, Business Today explains why there has been a delay in starting rapid testing in India.Also Read: Google, Apple join hands to develop coronavirus contact tracing system


Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, April 1, 2020
If WFH does become the new norm as predicted, several industries, particularly IT firms, will free up expensive office spaces to cut cost drastically


Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, March 17, 2020
This special issue in your hands is one of Business Today's most extensive annual exercises - a dive into the world of human resources that powers the corporate world. And singles out a good company from the ordinary and the bad


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, March 13, 2020
The D-Street on Friday witnessed another bloodbath as Indian stock markets collapsed yet again. Rajeev Dubey, Editor, Business Today explains if there is any hope for recovery of the market amid coronavirus panic that has gripped not just India but the entire world, especially after WHO declared COVID-19 a pandemic.Also watch: Sensex tanks 3200 points as coronavirus infects global indices


BusinessToday.In
March 9, 2020
RBI guidelines prohibit any shareholders from owning more than 10 per cent stake in a private bank, and LIC already has 8.06 per cent in Yes Bank


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, March 9, 2020
CBI conducted raids at 7 locations in connection to FIR against Rana Kapoor. The raids were carried out on premises linked to Rana Kapoor, DHFL, RKW developers and Doit Urban Ventures. Rajeev Dubey, Editor, Business Today, gives more details.Also watch: Oil prices plunge; Will India benefit from it?


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, March 9, 2020
State Bank of India chairman Rajnish Kumar spoke to Rajeev Dubey, Editor, Business Today about the plans for restructuring and revival of YES Bank and SBI's total initial quantum of investment in YES Bank. Watch the full interview for more details.Also watch: Tata Steel explores markets outside China; Rana Kapoor arrested


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