The Telegraph
Thursday , July 9 , 2015

Markets run into Chinese wall

China's tumbling stock market showed signs of seizing up on Wednesday, as companies scrambled to escape the rout by having their shares suspended and indexes plunged after the securities regulator...   | Read..

Slowdown shadow on trade

India's corporate czars are a worried lot because of a potential meltdown in China.   | Read..

Tax-free bond treat on menu

As many as seven public sector units, including NHAI, IRFC and NTPC, are set to issue tax-free bonds worth Rs 40,000 crore, which will be invested in infrastructure.   | Read..

Top IT firms hold out strong earnings hope

Top IT players such as Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Infosys are expected to post strong numbers in the first quarter of the current fiscal even as three others have...   | Read..

UBS report hurts Yes scrip

Shares of Yes Bank today tanked more than 7 per cent on the bourses after a foreign brokerage raised questions about the lender's increasing exposure to stressed companies...   | Read..

Nissan redi-Go set for debut

Nissan will launch its micro-compact car redi-Go under the Datsun brand in February next year.   | Read..

Suzuki tag on Maruti crossover

Maruti's high-end crossover vehicle S-Cross, for which pre-booking was opened today, will carry only the Suzuki tag and will be sold through the car maker's premium Nexa...   | Read..
Markets run into Chinese wall

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