Gold needs to top $1,515 for the next leg of rally
Gold prices are trading near support zone of $1,450-$1,440.
Stock selloff is a wake-up call for investors
The weaker-than-expected US manufacturing data that came out on Monday pointed to an outright c...
Buy-buy at festive seasons now a sin?
Promotional prose and cons of helping to keep the economy shop-shape.
Canadian fund CPPIB keen to enter private debt segment in India, worried about regulatory uncertainties
“Private debt can be a good opportunity as we see some interesting situations in the country,” said Mark Machin, president and chief executive officer CPPIB. Many private equity global funds including KKR, Apollo Global Management, Blackstone and Baring have specialized debt platforms.
10 midcaps & smallcaps where top brokerages see potential at current price levels
BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices are down 4 per cent and 9 per cent, respectively.
Tata Steel confirms 1,000 job cuts in UK as talks with workers kick off
The job cuts had been announced by the Indian steel major last week as part of a wider transformation programme as it blamed ongoing losses and continued global headwinds faced by the steel industry. "As part of the comprehensive set of proposals, Tata Steel Europe intends to lower employment costs," the company statement said.
View: Sliding economy needs serious structural fixes
GDP has been plummeting towards 4%, having fallen steadily in the last four quarters- 7%, 6.8%, 5.6% & 5%.
Yen gains, yuan falls as Hong Kong tensions muddy trade progress
In the offshore market, the yuan fell 0.16 per cent to 7.0255 per dollar.
Headwinds strong but reforms will continue: FM Nirmala Sitharaman
Sitharaman also justified Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remarks in a viral video, where he is seen taking a dig at those indulging in superstition.
Has D-Street’s divergence with Indian economy run its course?
Top global brokerages are getting skeptical on record-breaking Indian stocks.
Gold slips as Trump says US, China close to trade deal
US gold futures shed 0.1 per cent to $1,458.70.
India to see M&A deals worth $52 bn in 2019
A new report by Baker McKenzie has predicted India M&A to remain stable in the next few years, with private investments reviving against the backdrop of a more favourable business environment, despite global headwinds. IPOs' proceeds is forecasted to dip from USD 3.4 bn in 2019 to USD 2.7 bn in 2020, before picking up again in 2021 to USD 4.3 bn.
Volkswagen warns of slowing global auto markets
Global automakers are facing a slowdown in sales amid disputes over trade and from pressure in the European Union and China to develop and sell low-emission vehicles that require heavy investment in new technology.
Oil drops as US-China standoff extends beyond trade
West Texas Intermediate crude was down 36 cents, or 0.6 per cent, at $56.65.
FPIs infuse Rs 19,203 cr into capital markets in Nov
FPIs had poured a net Rs 16,464.6 crore in October and Rs 6,557.8 crore in September.
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