No one likes bad news; market and its bulls are no different. If it were just a small insignificant cautions to the wind, it would still be brave to ignore, but to ignore glaring evidence that the global markets are heading towards an economic slowdown, if not already in one, could be dangerous.
Volleyball player Ashwani K has a knack for attacking drills.
The appellate bankruptcy court has directed the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) to pronounce an order in the Bhushan Power & Steel insolvency case by March 31.
Recognized as one the leading mining nations in the world Polish government has prepared ‘West Bengal Project’ that was discussed recently during Bengal Global Business Summit. Poland was partner country of the summit for a third time in a row.
Indian inflation likely accelerated in February, but remained well below the central bank’s target, economists in a Reuters poll said, as only modest rises in food and fuel prices failed to drive a bigger lift from January’s 19-month low
The introduction of Goods and Services Tax (GST) has led to an increase in the cost of solar photovoltaic (PV) power generation by almost 6 per cent, an independent study by the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) and the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) said on Thursday.
India wants to keep buying Iranian oil at its current level of about 300,000 barrels per day (bpd), as it negotiates with the Washington about extending a sanctions waiver past early May, two sources in India with knowledge of the matter said.
The largest democratic exercise on Earth is set to give the oil market a shot in the arm. About 875 million Indians will go to polls over the next three months to elect their leader, dwarfing the 158 million Americans who registered to vote in the 2016 US presidential elections
A forum of operational creditors with over Rs 1 crore in admitted dues from Essar Steel has appealed to ArcelorMittal which is in the process of acquiring the debt-ridden company, to pay their dues as well.
India has further strengthened its position of being a net importer of oil during the five years of the Modi government, floundering on an ambitious plan that entailed reducing country’s import dependency of oil by 10 per cent by 2022.