Shock GDP slump prompts growth, rate-cut revisions
Data late Friday showed gross domestic product rose 5 per cent in the June quarter.
India plans mega banks but analysts say bet on rivals instead
ICICI Bank Ltd. and Axis Bank Ltd. remain UBS’s most-preferred picks.
Your lifeboat in bear market: Stocks that may still break even come hell or high water
Such sustained selling usually allows investors to pic...
Yuan soars, stocks surge as investors bet on imminent US-China deal signing
The offshore yuan surged to a high of 6.8745 per dollar, the firmest level since July 26.
Citi to extend health insurance, relocation expenses to all 'domestic partners'
Citigroup Inc has decided to extend family health insurance coverage and relocation expenses in India to all "domestic partners," including ...
Trade-war damage piles weight of global economy on consumers
As threats to demand hit business confidence, consumers are proving the main drivers of global growth.
Citigroup, JPMorgan among banks fined $1.2 billion in forex probe
Five banks agreed to pay EU fines of about $1.2 billion for colluding on forex trading strategies.
Citi initiates coverage on Polycab India, target price Rs 736
Buy Polycab India Ltd. at a price target of Rs 736.0 .
Credit Suisse upgrades India to ‘small overweight’
Indices have fallen about 10 per cent from record high levels.
China retaliation is '11' on scale of 1 to 10, warn Wall St analysts
The biggest US banks, including JPMorgan, BofA and Citigroup, shed more than 2 per cent.
Market Movers: What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping
Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) were sellers of domestic stocks to the tune of Rs 1,057 crore on Thursday.
Hedge funds go all in on gold
Gold’s value as a haven is shining amid mounting global uncertainty over the US-China trade war and slowing economic growth
Citi to cut hundreds of trading jobs in bad sign for Wall Street
Citi plans to slash jobs across its fixed-income and stock-trading operations in 2019.
Copper sends a message to markets that growth is already wrecked
On Friday, copper broke through a trading range that’s lasted since July 2018.
View: Wall Street invaders won’t clear this moat
The $715 billion of cheap liquidity sitting on the balance sheet of the big daddy of transaction banking is both a temptation for challengers, and a dare.
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