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The forecast of a good monsoon and projected rise in basmati paddy sowing is likely to mean more earnings for its exporters in the current season, though the volume of shipments is not expected to cha
Sources say the proposed IPO is expected to be launched in two weeks
The India seafood exporters will move the United States International Trade Commission (USITC), a quasi-judicial federal agency with broad investigative responsibilities on matters of trade, for compl
The rupee ended 16 paise higher at 64.73 against the dollar on Wednesday. The rupee resumed lower at 64.91 per dollar as against yesterday’s closing level of 64.89 per dollar at the Interbank Fore...
Shares of Jubilant Life Sciences today soared 7 per cent after the company’s consolidated net profit zoomed nearly 14—fold for the March quarter. The stock jumped 6.60 per cent to settle at Rs 723 ..
PSU banks, metal, pharma stocks under pressure
Volatile session for D-street today as reports surface of Pakistanâ??s fighter jets flying near Siachen area. Midcaps continue corrective phase, dragging the indices lower.
Closed-end funds are absolutely crushing the S&P 500.
AT&T and Verizon top the 2017 Forbes Global 2000 list of the world’s largest telecom companies, while China Mobile and Japan’s Nippon Telegraph & Telecom round out the industry’s top four.
The macroeconomic challenges that have hurt the restaurant industry in the last year are reflected in the 2017 FORBES Global 2000: some of the biggest restaurant names on the list -- including McDonal
Whether it’s planes, trains or airplanes, the business of moving people and packages around the world is booming. When it comes to global players, United Parcel Service continues to lead the way, topp
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China and China Construction Bank remain the two biggest corporations in the world, according to the 2017 Forbes Global 2000, but U.S.-based competitors like JPMorgan
Sugar is one of the world's biggest vices -- and it's also the key ingredient behind some of the largest food, beverage and tobacco companies in the globe. According to the 2017 FORBES Global 2000, Ne
Amid a prolonged economic slowdown, China is starting to loose its grip on the world's largest companies.
Oil companies are starting to put themselves back together now that prices have recovered from their lowest levels in a decade.
Amid a rash of retail bankruptcies and store closings, the online giants are continuing to swiftly and unapologetically gain ground.
Despite pressure from Asia, American companies dominate the tech scene, as 49 of the world's largest tech companies in 2017 hail from the United States.
Shares of Voltas today zoomed over 9 per cent, adding Rs 1,251 crore to its market valuation, after the company reported a 22 per cent increase in consolidated net profit for the fourth quarter ended
India’s fourth largest software services firm HCL Technologies today said it will buy back shares at Rs 1,000 apiece, a 17 per cent premium over current trading price. The company is proposing an o..
The dollar on Wednesday held above 6-1/2-month lows hit in previous days, as comments from a senior Federal Reserve official rekindled expectations of possible U.S. interest rate rises. The dollar...
Desai Metalinks Ltd, part of the Desai Group of Companies, plans to enter the capital market with an SME IPO to collect Rs 25 crore shortly. The company produces quality ferro-manganese briquettes ..
The market breadth, indicating the overall health of the market, remained negative
The shares will be bought at Rs 1,000 apiece as against current trading price of Rs 852
World stocks under pressure from China downgrade
OPEC, other producers in Vienna to discuss oil output policy
The tire maker’s stock is trading at peak multiples even as higher rubber prices and a weakening car market threaten its margins.
A consensus is starting to emerge between lawmakers and the Trump administration on how to reform the U.S. housing finance market.
On the markets Marks & Spencer shares were in the red after it unveiled a 63.5 per cent plunge in annual pre-tax profits to Ł176.4 million - sales in its clothing arm tumbled 5.9 per cent in its fin
In past one-month, the stock rallied 15% as compared to 2% gain in Sensex and 6% rise in FMCG index
PSU banks, metal, pharma stocks under pressure
The results comes amid a large scale overhaul for the retailer, which includes opening new food-only stores.
As the nation prepares for the implementation of the goods and services tax (GST) bill, the performance of transport & logistics companies at the bourses - once considered as one of the key beneficiar
European shares, stuck just below 21-month highs for more than a week, fought for direction in early deals on Wednesday as weakness in mining and autos sectors were offset by strength in oil producer
The market breadth, indicating the overall health of the market, turned negative from positive

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