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India is slowly turning into a startup hotspot for foreign nationals

A host of foreign nationals are relocating to India to fulfil their startup ambitions despite stumbling blocks.

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Risk appetite for high-yield Indian bonds likely to sustain till Q1: Amrish Baliga

The DB house view is that the repo rate in India will be cut by 65 bps to 4.5% over the course of 2020.

Let’s hope YES Bank manages to raise funds by Q1 of next year: Deepak Shenoy

To be honest, this time is not as good as last year because ther...

Watch: State of economy ahead of Q2 GDP numbers

Q1 GDP numbers were much below expectations. Ahead of Q2 GDP numbers, Ankit Saproo of ET Onli...

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