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Walmart Beats Amazon

Traditional retailer Walmart is coming back big time. And it is beating on-line retailer Amazon.
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On NSE, the stock slipped 4.99 per cent to hit its lower price band of Rs 24.75
Bookmaker William Hill suffered a pre-tax loss of £74.6m in 2017 after taking a £238m hit from the writedown of its Australian business
It was a record year for property website Rightmove with the number of new customers nearing 20,500 and monthly visits rising to more than 124 million in 2017.
Bookmaker William Hill suffered a pre-tax loss of £74.6m in 2017 after taking a £238m hit from the writedown of its Australian business
Gold demand in major hubs in Asia remained dull as most markets were shut for the Lunar New Year holidays
The action is also a tactical move to lure foreign investors to an international financial centre being developed in Gujarat
Gold heading for biggest weekly drop since December
European shares were little changed in early deals on Friday as investors digested a flurry of earnings updates, with French auto parts maker Valeo and Royal Bank of Scotland among
India's government fully endorses a dramatic move by domestic exchanges to cut off data to global bourses, sources familiar with the matter said, seeing it as vital to lure foreign
Gold prices recovered by Rs 130 to Rs 31,480 per 10 grams, halting its three-day losing streak at the bullion market, on buying by local jewellers even as the metal weakened oversea
The stock was up 3.5% at Rs 561 on the BSE at 02:34 pm, after the company said the USFDA issued Form 483, with three observations, for its Halol facility in Gujarat.
The euro slipped on Friday and is set to post its second biggest weekly loss in nearly four months as investors trim positions before a big week for global currency markets from a Eu
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has moved out of the red for the first time in a decade with annual profits of £752 million, beating analyst expectations.
The dollar edged up against the yen and other currencies on Friday, trimming earlier losses, as global investors gingerly dipped their toes back into riskier assets amid rapidly shift
The warning come after the NSE and two other bourses said they would end licensing and market data agreements with foreign exchanges
The stock dipped 3% to Rs 1,159 on Friday in intra-day trade, extending its Thursday's 4% fall on the BSE.
Asian shares rebounded on Friday as comments from a Federal Reserve official eased worries about faster rate rises in the United States, while the dollar ticked higher as investors di

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