The Telegraph
Friday, October 20, 2017
 

Business

Sudden slip after good start

Samvat 2074 started on a rather dull note on Thursday with the Sensex dipping over 194 points and the Nifty losing 64 points as banking stocks continued to bleed and global cues remained weak....   | Read..
 

Twin devils douse stimulus hopes

The Narendra Modi-government is unlikely and unwilling to give any budgetary stimulus as it feels borrowing money for the stimulus will lead to the twin devils of a higher fiscal deficit and an inf......   | Read..
 

AmEx chief to step down

Kenneth I. Chenault, one of the longest-serving executives in finance and one of corporate America's few black top leaders, will retire next year as the chairman and chief executive of American Exp......   | Read..
 

Hint of more US crude buy

A bear market in crude has opened up the possibility of more long-term purchases from the US at a discounted price that will counter the over-dependence on the Gulf countries....   | Read..
 

Unilever spots local rebound

Hindustan Unilever Ltd (HUL) had seen a flat volume growth in the last quarter but the tide seems to be slowly turning in its favour....   | Read..
 

Tayloring central bank to meet growth objective

The government is trying to foist a little-used monetary policy formula on the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in an attempt to force the central bank to trim rates....   | Read..
 
Sudden slip after good start