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Niti Kiran
January 13, 2021
The funding of the deficit is primarily going to be via market borrowing, National Small Savings Funds (NSSF), short term borrowings and drawdown of cash balances


Prasanna Mohanty
May 6, 2020
In the post-industrial democratic era, they have benefited immensely from the public provisioning of health and education that produces quality labour, infrastructure, natural resources, tax incentives, loan write offs (NPAs), bailouts, stimulus packages, and much more. Yet increasingly they use tax havens, shell companies and other tools to evade and avoid paying back


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, March 6, 2020
Yes Bank News Updates: In the reconstruction scheme for YES Bank, the government has said that the SBI is willing to investment in the troubled private lender


Dipak Mondal
January 30, 2020
Last year, the big idea was overseas borrowing in foreign currency, even though it was not explicitly spelled out in the report. The plan was announced in the Budget a day later on 5 July, 2019


Niti Kiran
October 25, 2019
Over the last two months, there have been over 30 new smartphone launches (minus variants) in under Rs 20,000 price category


BusinessToday.In
July 5, 2019
After the strong bullish push in the early session on Friday, Indian equity indices Sensex and Nifty fell sharply by 1% each post budget announcement and ended in the bearish territory.


BusinessToday.In
July 5, 2019
Sensex Live Today: Sensex and Nifty closed on a negative note, as market participants turned cautious post the outcome of Union Budget 2019 amid globally weakened markets.


PTI
March 21, 2019
It is offering jobs to pilots of Jet Airways along with compensation for overdue salaries from the cash-strapped full service airline, IndiGo said on March 12.


PTI
March 21, 2019



PTI
February 19, 2019



Rakesh Krishnan
New Delhi, February 17, 2019
The revoking of the Most Favoured Nation to Pakistan is just the beginning of the pain for Pakistan. After decades of treating its dangerous neighbour with kid gloves, India is waking up to Chanakya's famous aphorism: \"The antidote of poison is poison, not nectar.\"


Manu Kaushik
New Delhi, January 21, 2019
Business confidence rises moderately in the run-up to general elections as corporate leaders expect status quo on microeconomic and macroeconomic indicators, finds the latest Business Today-C fore Business Confidence Survey.


PTI
December 1, 2018



Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, April 2, 2018
Trump administration's inward looking policies could be threatening to rewrite the rules of the global trade game, but it is unlikely to flare out into a full blown trade war, says Professor Manoj Pant, director of the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), New Delhi.


BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, February 5, 2018
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced long-term capital gains (LTCG) tax in his Budget speech four days ago,  you'd expect investors to turn their backs on shares and equity-oriented mutual funds.


BT Online
New Delhi, January 27, 2016
The benchmark indices scuttled between red and green as investors avoided risky bets ahead of the expiry of January derivative contracts on Thursday and a US Federal Reserve policy statement due later in the day.


Manu Kaushik
New Delhi, February 13, 2015
For the foreign hospitality chains looking for easy pickings in a supply-starved nation, India has proved to be an unexpectedly complex market to crack.


D. K . Srivastava
February 7, 2013
Ernst & Young's D. K . Srivastava says the right time to de-administer oil prices is when international crude oil prices are softening. Given the recessionary world economic situation, there may be such a window over the next one to two years. This may be the right time to genuinely deadminister the entire sector.


Rahul Oberoi/Money Today
July 23, 2012
The rupee has been falling against the dollar since August last year. Experts offer advice on investments that can help people gain from the situation.


Rajiv Bhuva
May 11, 2012
Oil imports are where a weak rupee hurts India the most. At $155.6 billion, oil accounted for nearly 32 per cent of total imports in 2011-12. A weak rupee increases the import bill and cancels out the benefit of any decline in global crude prices.


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