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Stock rally gains pace
The Sensex hit a record high late in the session on Thursday as banks rallied on hopes of central ba... | Read
Gold pins hope on lower GST rate
The World Gold Council expects the apex GST body to bury its differences in favour of a low tax rate... | Read
IDBI Bank turnaround plan
State-run lender IDBI Bank today said it has formulated a turnaround strategy, which includes raisin... | Read
White paper on tea status
The Tea Board today said it was coming out with a white paper on the status of the industry for the ... | Read
Sweetener for sugar
Sugar, tea, coffee and milk powder will cost less under GST. | Read
Indian Oil earnings jump 85%
Indian Oil Corporation's fourth-quarter net profit spiked 85 per cent to Rs 3,721 crore on the back ... | Read
Exporters seek refund relook
Exporters today said the refund mechanism proposed under GST could result in a liquidity crisis for ... | Read
Merc gears up for new regime
Germany's Mercedes Benz is slashing the prices of its vehicles produced in India by up to Rs 7 lakh ... | Read
Opec extends output cut
Opec decided on Thursday to extend cuts in oil output by nine months to March 2018 as the producer g... | Read
Price jitters for Lupin
Shares of Lupin today slumped over 7 per cent as the management cautioned that pricing pressure in g... | Read

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