The Telegraph
Monday, October 16, 2017
 

Business

Bank bonds on agenda

The central government is seriously considering bank capitalisation bonds, worth some Rs 30,000 crore to supplement its budgeted capital infusion in PSU banks for this fiscal....   | Read..
 

Abu Dhabi cash for core kitty

The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), the sovereign wealth fund of the Gulf emirate, has agreed to invest $1 billion in the National Investment and Infrastructure Fund....   | Read..
 

Fireworks on bourses

Stock markets surged to all-time closing highs on Monday as positive macro data and encouraging comments by the IMF cheered investors, sending the benchmark BSE Sensex higher by 200 points....   | Read..
 

Reliance Nippon strategy

Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management Company, which is set to hit the capital market on October 25, plans to use part of its IPO proceeds to fund inorganic growth....   | Read..
 

Wholesale price relief

Wholesale price inflation softened to 2.6 per cent in September as prices of food articles, led by vegetables, eased, prompting India Inc to pitch for a rate cut by the RBI to support demand....   | Read..
 

Hind Prefab on the block

The government on Monday invited bids from state-owned firms for the strategic sale of Hindustan Prefab, a project management consultant to entities building public institutions such as academic ce......   | Read..
 

Telangana whets Sanjiv appetite

Telangana has managed to woo city-based RP-Sanjiv Goenka Group for a food processing unit in the southern state, entailing investment of Rs 200 crore....   | Read..
 

AC eateries await breather

A panel set up by the GST Council is likely to slash the tax on food served at air-conditioned restaurants to 12 per cent from 18 per cent to bring some relief to the beleaguered sector....   | Read..
 

Case for fiscal stimulus

Niti Aayog vice-chairman Rajiv Kumar has pitched for fiscal sops to boost growth with a rider that additional money should be used for capital expenditure and for increasing productivity....   | Read..
 
Bank bonds on agenda