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Cheaper airfares helped to pull Britain’s inflation rate down to 2.4% last monthBreaking: CPI fell to 2.4% in AprilAirfares dropped last month thanks to early EasterSterling has fallen to $1.335, lowest since December 2017Introduction: Why today’s UK inflation figures matter 5.50pm BSTAfter a positive couple of days, European markets fell …
Lower airfares helped bring down consumer price index to 2.4% in April, says ONSUK inflation unexpectedly fell further last month to the lowest level in more than a year as lower airfares provided some relief for cash-strapped Britons. Triggering a sell-off in the pound to the lowest levels seen this …
The duchess wants to champion female empowerment. Letting women participate fully in the workforce would be a good startThere’s nothing quite like a royal wedding to get the British to part with their cash, so in one respect the idea that the new Duchess of Sussex could be good news …
U.S. stocks ended lower on Tuesday, weighed down by lingering uncertainty over the outcome of trade talks between the United States and China and declines in energy and industrial shares.
Earlier on May 15, the Madrasa Board had in its meeting suggested that Islamic institutions should teach students English and Hindi along with Urdu.
Oil prices edged lower on Wednesday with the possibility of higher OPEC output weighing on the market, although geopolitical risks are expected to keep prices near multi-year highs. Brent futures fell 43 cents, or 0.5 percent, to $79.14 a barrel by 0218 GMT, after climbing 35 cents on Tuesday.
Shares in news: Tata Motors, Motherson Sumi, SBI, Ruchi Soya, New India Assurance, Titan, Cipla, DLF, L&T Tech
Indian stock markets are likely to open lower on Wednesday following the subdued trade in the Asian markets as Wall Street closed in the negative territory with Dow Industrials losing as much as 179 points.
Country’s largest lender SBI will be the biggest beneficiary of resolution of debt-ridden Bhushan Steel as its bottom line will go up by as much Rs 1,300 crore.
According to the US Treasury, companies can be excluded from the sanctions lists by demonstrating the changes in circumstances that led to their inclusion in these lists
According to the research, out of 1.9 mln devices connected to the industrial Internet in Russia by 2019, 1.3 mln units will represent equipment in mechanical engineering
Before that, US citizens had to complete existing contracts and cease interaction with the company before June 5
The Russian government has tasked the Finance Ministry to consider reduction of gasoline excises by $49 per tonne for gasoline and $32.7 per tonnes for diesel fuel
Moscow and Havana have agreed to extend visa-free stay for each other’s nationals from 30 to 90 days
The latest China trade talks defused a potential trade war, and promise a boost for American agriculture and energy, but at the cost of industries of the future.