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Big International Auto M&A Could Be Headed For Slow Lane Under Clinton Or Trump

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For radically different reasons, international megadeals will become increasingly difficult in the automotive space no matter who wins the U.S. presidential race.
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The 28-year-old has set herself up as a business matchmaker – linking investors with companies looking to expand.
Beleaguered Royal Bank of Scotland is expected to fare the worst of the giants, with the firm likely to report another round of job losses as it remains in the red for a ninth consecutive year.
Record profit due to bumper crop in Uttar Pradesh, price spike
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According to data from BSE, FIIs bought shares of Rs 8,000 cr and DIIs sold shares worth Rs 5,200 cr
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As the country faces a tough fight on issues it considers dear at the WTO
Central bank issued direction after 74% FPI ceiling was crossed
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Kraft Heinz is dropping its $143 billion cash and stock takeover bid for Anglo/Dutch consumer products giant Unilever.
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The most active March’17 refined soya oil futures contract on the NCDEX fell to a four-month low of ?663.3 per 10 kg on Friday. The contract tumbled over 4 per cent on the back of weak global cues to
Increasing arrivals will put pressure for further price correction
Return to surplus is going to be facilitated by additional production in China
Home Depot is expected to report earnings of $1.33/share on $21.73 billion in revenue. Meanwhile, the so-called Whisper number is $1.34. The Whisper number is the Street's unofficial view on earnings.
Overseas investors have pumped in over ?9,500 crore ($1.4 billion) into the country’s capital markets this month so far, enthused by clarity on FPI taxation. The latest inflow follows a net pullout o
Record profit due to bumper crop, price spike
India’s gold imports fell by about 32.7 per cent to $19.74 billion during the April-January period of this fiscal, which is expected to keep a lid on the current account deficit. Total imports of t..
Oclaro could be on the cusp of a shareholder pleasing turn
Central bank issued direction after 74% FPI ceiling was crossed
Is it possible that a relatively small fund - the "Catalyst' fund drove the entire stock market for several days last week? I don't think so - and attempt to show why. If it really was the key driver
These instruments are not allowed to be issued to Indians, NRIs or POIs
HDFC Bank's valuation zoomed Rs 18,585.92 crore to Rs 3,52,313.93 crore
Cash purchases of jewellery will attract 1 per cent TCS (tax collected at source) from April 1 if the amount exceeds Rs 2 lakh, as against the current threshold of Rs 5 lakh. Once the Finance Bill...
After being net sellers in January 2017, FPIs pumped in funds post-Budget
Outlook for the coming months bullish due to GST and pragmatic Budget
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