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The NCLT is expected to see a spate of bankruptcy cases

The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) could see an increase in cases as the annual suspension of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code expires next...

FM Sitharaman urges developed economies to increase commitments to support climate change

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday called on developed economies to balance their commitments to support climate change and help developing countries build more...

Simple trip planners earn 11.4% on the first day of trading, ending at Rs 208.30

Easy Trip Planners share closed the listing date with a profit of more than 11 percent on March 19 but failed to meet road...

Indian economy aims to record strong resilience by 2021: UNCTAD

India's economy, estimated to contract 6.9 percent by 2020 due to the coronavirus epidemic, is expected to record a "strong recovery" by 2021 and...

Market quotes from Drs. V K Vijayakumar, Chief Investment Strategist at Geojit Financial Services

"Market volatility has become more complex with uncertain cocktails of good and bad conditions. A positive return on economic activity, a sharp decline in...

Stock Market Live: Sensex breaks 550 points, Nifty less than 14,400 as bond yield spike; metals, dragging vehicles

First Market: Trip Trip Easy Planners at Rs 212.25, 13.5% premium discount priceShares of Easy Trip Planners made a decent debut on buses on...

India is learning the cut of oil imports into Saudi as the stand-off rises

Government analysts plan to reduce oil imports to Saudi Arabia by about a quarter of May, which will escalate into action against Riyadh following...

FICCI-IBA said, NPAs are likely to rise in the first half of 2021

The banking rate, which saw some improvement in the second half of 2020, is likely to be worse in the first six months of...

European markets have risen slightly after the Fed’s ratification; DAX notches recording at the top:

LONDON —European stocks rose sharply on Thursday as global markets responded to the Federal Reserve's recent view of the US economy. The pan-European...

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