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The economists said they expect global GDP growth will trough at -8.6 per cent year on year in the second quarter
The study considers point-to-point returns for different periods and total return index for both categories
Indian Bank has 450,000 MSME customers who are eligible for loans guaranteed by the government.
Nearly 110 million shares of the company were issued at Rs 70 per share under the QIP programme
Govt likely to issue clarification to add more borrowers under ECLGS
The fashion retailer is geared to handle 20,000 orders per minute, expects 3 mn people to shop from the safety of their homes
Gaurav Taneja tweeted on Sunday that he has been suspended by AirAsia India 'for standing up for safe operations of an aircraft and its passengers'
New US-based bidder offers better deal than JSW
Shares of SBI Life on Monday ended at Rs 745.5, down 0.74 per cent
Poor factory output data from China also dampened investor sentiment
With 262 planes, IndiGo operated over 1,500 daily flights prior to March 24 but is now operating around 350 scheduled flights a day, which is putting a pressure on its finances
The Pakistani action is seen as a retaliation for the expulsion of two Pakistani High Commission officials by India on charges of espionage two weeks back
Battered shares of US airlines, casino operators and cruise operators slipped after attempting a rebound in recent weeks
Payout has fallen for most firms except TCS in FY20 as companies looked at conserving cash
The communist government headed by Oli on Saturday managed to get a unanimous approval of the lower house of the country's parliament to the new map
Company embarks on aggressive deleveraging exercise even as it has cut capex for India business this fiscal
India's largest airline IndiGo operated around 1,500 daily flights in the pre-Covid era. Around 20-25 per cent of these flights were on international routes while the remaining operated domestically.
Sweets and namkeen (snacks) manufacturers have reduced the production capacity due to the shortage of labourers in the midst of a slowdown and health concerns
Since March 2020, WPI food inflation rate continued to fall but the CPI-food inflation rose, signaling a breakdown in supply chain from the mandis to the final household
Trade deficit at only $ 3.15 Billion as crude, gold imports continue to drop