The broader Nifty closed 0.73 % lower at 10,044.10 points while the benchmark BSE Sensex ended 0.63 % lower at 32,597.18 points. AK Prabhakar, head research at IDBI Capital, said that weak metals prices were also behind the market correction The post Rate-sensitive scrips fall, other factors too weigh down indices …
Taking a dig at Gandhi, who is all set to become the Congress president, Sushil Modi said he was trying to «hide his anti-temple face by resorting to tilak-janeu and temple tourism». The post Rahul Gandhi is anti-temple: Sushil Modi appeared first on The Financial Express.
The BSE Metal index fell the most among the sectoral indices of the BSE on Wednesday, as metal stocks declined tracking the correction in commodities prices in the international markets. The post Metal stocks melt as global commodities prices fall appeared first on The Financial Express.
The government tabled the Financial Resolution and Deposit Insurance Bill, 2017 in August in the Lok Sabha, which was referred to a Joint Committee of Parliament. The post Govt committed to protecting rights of depositors: Jaitley appeared first on The Financial Express.
The initial public offering (IPO) of Future Supply Chain Solutions, which opened on Wednesday was subscribed by 0.31 times with investors bidding for around 21.6 lakh shares of the 68.49 lakh shares on offer. The post Future Supply Chain IPO opens, gets modest response appeared first on The Financial Express.
Novak added that it is premature to discuss withdrawal parameters now
About 70% of flights face the departure delay
The total amount of cargo containers, which the Northern Sea Route may serve could be 455,000
The source said that the company’s charter does not allow using equipment made by other producers, which means its operations are virtually blocked
The Iraqi Oil Ministry and Gazprom Neft are discussing possible changes in the contract for the Badra field development project
Groups like the Koch-funded Americans for Prosperity are trying to convince ordinary Americans that this is good for them too.
A debt-based economy cannot survive if it does not keep growing, writes David Ashton. While Maurice Vassie says that the UK should follow the Swedish model and learn to repair our possessions instead of discarding them Caroline Lucas (Letters, 2 December), is right about the need to have a more …
Worries over Brexit, US tax reforms and the debt ceiling are all weighing on shares today Introduction: Markets are down European in the red after Asian losses Nikkei suffered biggest fall in eight months Worries over Trump, Brexit, US debt ceiling all blamed Bitcoin hits new highs — can it …
The secretary of state’s blustering over the impact assessments reveals one thing: the whole of the government’s Brexit strategy is built on lies and obfuscation It called to mind Bill Clinton’s sublimely evasive remark when questioned about the veracity of statements he had made about the nature of his relationship …