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Saturday , May 20 , 2017

June GST meet to decide gold fate

States could not agree on taxes to be levied on gold, tobacco products, footwear, textiles and farm equipment at the two-day GST Council meeting that ended in Srinagar today. The council will again...   | Read..

SBI pulls off a great solo act

The State Bank of India has recorded a 122.72 per cent growth in fourth-quarter standalone net profit, aided by improving interest income and lower provisions. Net profit...   | Read..

Hudco lists with a bang on bourses

State-run Housing and Urban Development Corporation Ltd (Hudco) today made a strong debut on bourses as investors sought to buy into the property sector of a country where...   | Read..

Tips for better credit course

Stressing the need for strong analytics in credit data network in the country, RBI deputy governor Viral Acharya today said that along with banks, corporate houses should...   | Read..

Watch list ready for asset assessment

The State Bank of India has put advances worth Rs 32,427 crore on its watch list at the start of the 2017-18 financial year.   | Read..

Healthy rise in dollar inflow

Foreign direct investment (FDI) in India increased 9 per cent to $43.48 billion in 2016-17 even as the government is planning to relax norms to attract more dollars in...   | Read..
June GST meet to decide gold fate

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