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The sensex flattened an almost six-year record today when it surged to a lifetime high of 21293.88 points. But it didn't kick up a wave of euphoria on the street as market pundits were still weighed down by concerns over inflation, the slowdown in
Foreign investors seem convinced about the India story, having poured in more than Rs 13,000 crore into the markets in the past 16 trading sessions, at a time when high uncertainty is cloaking the economic and political environment of the country.
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Green shoots may be visible in global economies, stock markets may have picked up but so have fraud statistics in the world of business. The seventh edition of the Global Fraud Report released by Kroll, a corporate investigation firm, reveals that 71%
The jury will be out for a long time on Justice Ganpat Singh Singhvi's rulings on how the government of India and India Inc do business. But there's a striking unanimity of views on how Justice Singhvi, who retires on December 11, conducts his
The final phase of the festival season is just a fortnight away and, so far, marketers are optimistic that the demand will be on a par with 2012 levels if not better . Sectors like automobiles, consumer durables, apparels and mobile phones all expect
The report was met with some disbelief in certain circles; after all, it clearly contradicts the prevalent view about the burgeoning nature of corruption in India. However, it is important to see that the two things are not necessarily contradictory.
Almost 48 hours after Kumar Mangalam Birla became the latest industrialist to find himself in the crosshairs of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), and 24 hours before the Supreme Court ordered the national investigative agency to probe six
It was on much expected lines that the deal was clinched in the US at the 11th hour to end the debt ceiling impasse which had kept markets nervous for some time now...Dow gained 1.4 per cent; S&P 1.4 per cent; Nasdaq 1.2 per cent...Australia to Japan,
Share More With elections around the corner, experts advise investors to tread with caution and not be carried away by the euphoria...According to Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), for the country as a whole, the rainfall for the season (June-