The Telegraph
Friday , November 1 , 2013

Stocks close to summit

The Sensex today made a serious attempt at surmounting its highest peak ever, but lost by a hair’s breadth of 1.33 points. Although the index lived to fight another day, records continued to be created as it ended at a new closing high of 21164.52 even as the turnover of the top two excha...   | Read..

Sharma keeps Walmart waiting

In a possible rebuff to global retailer Walmart, commerce minister Anand Sharma has cancelled a meeting scheduled for tomorrow with Scott Price, the Asia head of the US r...   | Read..

Fiscal deficit under stress

The government’s fiscal deficit in the first six months of the current financial year touched Rs 4.12 lakh crore, or 76 per cent of the budget estimate of Rs 5.42 l...   | Read..

Core show comfort

Core sector output grew at its strongest pace in a year at 8 per cent in September, driven by coal, cement and electricity. ...   | Read..

Jignesh Shah quits MCX

Jignesh Shah, the flamboyant designer of bourses in the country, today resigned as the non-executive vice-chairman of Multi Commodity Exchange of India (MCX), bringing th...   | Read..
Stocks close to summit

 Press Releases

Weakness in pharma growth

India’s pharmaceutical industry may be considered as a defensive play in the stock markets as it is not subject to...   | Read..

Sale of sticky assets boosts AllBank net

Public sector Allahabad Bank today reported a 17.8 per cent jump in net profit for the second quarter ended September at...   | Read..

Select SBI deposits to fetch more

The State Bank of India (SBI) today raised fixed deposit rate by 0.2 per cent on select maturity, days after the RBI hik...   | Read..



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