The RBI board will soon set up a high-level committee for examining the Economic Capital Framework (ECF) to determine the appropriate levels of reserve the central bank should hold, official sources said Tuesday.
Markets regulator Sebi has allowed promoters to make counter offer to shareholders of companies that are planning to delist from stock exchanges, a move aimed at plugging loopholes in the current method.
Modi government’s electrification scheme contributed to people’s ease of living, education, income – What this study reveals
A research body linked to the BJP Tuesday said the Union government’s scheme to connect all houses with electricity has made positive contributions to people’s lives in a host of fields, including ease of living, education, income generation, health and their sense of security.
India slips two spots to rank 53rd on IMD global talent ranking; check best nations at attracting talent
In Asia, Singapore clinched the top spot with the 13th position globally in the list of 63 nations in developing, attracting and retaining talent.
As India’s reforms take shape and propel the country forward, its corporations and financial institutions will need to embrace technology if they want to become globally competitive.
So far, no final decision has been taken, Iranian Ambassador to Russia Mehdi Sanai said
The wathdog recalled Russia’s interest in the Vietnamese food market
In addition, two Iranian citizens, one Lebanese, one Syrian and one Iraqi individual fell under restrictions
Only about a fourth of the countries voted in favor of it
The New Times ended its printed edition in 2017 due to financial difficulties
President Donald Trump on Tuesday linked his decision to continue backing Saudi Arabia — despite the murder of a U.S. resident by Saudi agents — to his desire to keep oil prices low.
U.S. home construction improved a slight 1.5 percent in October, but in a troubling sign, ground breakings for single-family houses fell.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has a high approval rating among corporate chief financial officers. The same can’t be said of President Donald Trump or his trade advisors, according to the latest CNBC Global CFO Council.
The Federal Reserve is still expected to raise interest rates again next month and three times next year, but a strong majority of economists polled by Reuters over the past week say the risk is it will slow that pace down.
Bank of England governor says failure to reach a deal would cause a ‘large negative shock’Mark Carney has thrown his weight behind Theresa May’s Brexit deal, warning that a no-deal scenario would damage the economy, trigger job losses, lead to lower pay for workers and cause inflation to rise.The governor …