The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Clenched fists after empty hands
The collapse of the Cancun talks on Sunday prompted the United States to issue a veiled threat to the developing nations that it would start looking at other ways to prise open world markets. ...  | Read.. 
Where the holy cow ran amok
Why did the world trade talks fail in Cancun yesterday' Because of Japanese cows! ...  | Read.. 
China steals the show
There is a side show in Cancun: a side show which is potentially more significant than the main show of the World Trade ...  | Read.. 
Rate leash on NRE deposits tightened
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) today said banks can pay up to 100 basis points over Libor on new NRE deposits, not 250 basi ...  | Read.. 
Chhabria open offer clears court hurdle
The Supreme Court today refused to stay Kishore Chhabria’s open offer for Herbertsons while taking on record an affidavit of ...  | Read.. 
US trade representative Robert Zoellick after collapse of talks in Cancun on Sunday. (Reuters)
FIIs cash in on futures
A clutch of foreign funds and some local bulge-bracket investors have hit upon a novel strategy tha..  | Read.. 
Markets still in correction mode
The phase of correction that many predicted at the height of the stock rally continued today, sendi..  | Read.. 
Mallya remains unfazed
Vijay Mallya today asserted that according to Sebi guidelines his group had ample time to increase ..  | Read.. 
Riders set for easier co-op insurance rules
The government is willing to consider relaxing capital adequacy norms for insurance companies i..  | Read.. 
Borrowers can heave a sigh of relief
In a move designed to bail out corporate borrowers under the Securitisation and Reconstruction of F..  | Read.. 
Samsung eyes higher turnover
Samsung India aims to consolidate its position in the domestic market with a turnover target of..  | Read.. 
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