Government extends relaxed fumigation norms for onion imports till December 31
In its latest order, the ministry has extended these relaxed provisions till December 31 for onion imports with some conditions. Traders who have imported onions without fumigation or having endorsement of such treatment on phytosanitary certificate (PSC) will be allowed to fumigate in India through an accredited treatment provider.
Exports contract 1.11% in Oct, trade deficit at $11.01 bln
Exports fell by 1.11% to $26.38 bn in October on account of contraction in sectors...
Wholesale inflation dipped marginally for month of October at 0.16%
India's wholesale inflation or WPI dipped marginally for the month of Oct...
Vehicle makers take a festive ride in October
Auto companies record strong retail sales numbers while wholesale numbers remain disappointing.
Centre okays construction of 3.31 lakh more houses under PMAY(U)
The Centre on Wednesday approved construction of nearly 3.31 lakh more houses, taking the total number of houses being funded under Pradhan Mantri Aawas Yojana (Urban) to 96.5 lakh.
Retail inflation spikes to 16-month high of 4.62% in October
India's Retail inflation for the month of October breached the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) medium-term target of 4% for the first time sin...
What India's top three mutual funds bought and sold in October
India’s top MF held about $22 billion in equities, with financials accounting for 34% of assets.
PE investments see robust growth in October despite muted M&A activity: Report
Last month, the average deal size stood at USD 52 million, up from USD 28 million recorded in September 2019.
Coal India's October production may fall 20%
The output data suggested that Coal India's production in October is likely to be 19-20% lower at about 40 million tonne, as compared to 49.77 million tonne produced in the year-ago month. The miner, which has a target to produce 57.17 million tonne for the month, has actually produced 37.92 million tonne of coal till October 30, according to the data.
Tata Motors global wholesales dip 19 per cent in October
Global wholesales of all Tata Motors' commercial vehicles and Tata Daewoo range last month stood at 28,478 units, down 36 per cent from 44,380 units a year ago, the company said in a statement. The company's global sales of all passenger vehicles were at 60,630 units, down 7 per cent from 65,217 units in October 2018.
JLR sales dip 6 per cent in October to 41,866 units
Sales of Jaguar brand were at 10,606 units during the month, down 22.9 per cent from October 2018, Tata Motors said in a statement. Land Rover sales were at 31,260 units, up 2.4 per cent from the same month last year, it added. The UK sales were, however, down 18.7 per cent during the month, the company said. Sales were flat in North America.
Here’s where the highest return generating mutual funds invested in October
Reading about the top performing mutual funds' entry and exit in stocks, or increase and decrease in their allocations might give you some investment ideas as well.
J&K delimitation process to start after October 31
As per the norms, the J&K delimitation commission will be headed by a retired supreme court judge, the person said.
Equity mutual fund inflow hits 5-month low in October
Net inflows in equity and equity-linked saving schemes stood at Rs 6,489 crore in September.
Festive buys, new models help PV sales snap 11-month slide in October
PV sales rose marginally in Oct aided by festive season & introduction of new models in utility vehicle space.
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