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Tuesday , June 19 , 2012
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Rate status quo stuns all

Reserve Bank governor Duvvuri Subbarao stunned the Street once again: this time by refusing to cut benchmark interest rates, adopting a counter-intuitive monetary policy that appeared to defy the government, which had sent out clear signals last week that it wanted rates to be trimmed....   | Read..
 

Rupee, stocks fail to hide frustration

Stocks tumbled, the rupee floundered and the bond yields leapt as the markets clawed values out of tradeable instruments and pounded the currency in frustration over the ...   | Read..
 

Basu pushes for retail reforms

Kaushik Basu, chief economic adviser to the finance ministry, today said it was politically prudent for the government to push for foreign direct investment in retail....   | Read..
 

Fitch cuts India outlook

After Standard & Poor’s, now Fitch Ratings has revised India’s outlook to negative from stable, flagging stalled reforms as a risk to the country’s ...   | Read..
 

Purnendu bid to stall Haldia board meet

Winstar, an associate of The Chatterjee Group and an investor in Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd, today caught the Bengal government unawares by moving an application to stop t...   | Read..
 
Rupee, stocks fail to hide frustration


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