24th  Nov 2018


  • Crude: From curse to blessing
  • TBI may spar over Fin supervision board
  • Discussions on Ecommerce policy to start afresh
  • Allow audit firms to offer legal services: MCA Panel
  • NPCI’s E-mandate order blow for digital lenders
  • 1 Rifle, 2 targets: Industry confused over army move
  • India GDP to slow marginality to 7.5% in 2019 and 2020, says OECD
  • Vehicle registration indicate auto sales skid 11 % this festive season
  • Black money drive gets virgin Islands’ flood shock
  • Thailand’s minor plans majority stake in Hotel Leelaventure
  • Oil India will buy back 4.45 % shares Rs 10 Bn
  • RBI’s governance structures have to be discussed: Garg
  • Minor eyes majority stake in Hotel Leela for $ 350 mn
  • Oil hits year-low: OPEC considers output cut
  • Non Basmati rice exports to get 5 % govt. Subsidy
  • Centre announces 5 %  subsidy to boost rice exports
  • ITAT ruling on valuation of share premium may benefit start ups.
  • Big Four accountancy giants face probe in UK
  • Chinese Vice-Minister Hu Wei to visit India next week for trade talks
  • UK will face more uncertainty, division if Brexit fails: May
  • SBI and European Inv Bank to fiancé wind energy projects
  • Most States to get back on draft model land leasing act: NITI
  • Suresh Prabhu: Will ensure gems and Jewl. Sector gets adequate funds.
  • Mahindra First Choice charts Rs 125 Cr fund-raise plan
  • Thai’s Minor co. eyes majority stake in Hotel Leela for $ 350 mn
  • $1 rise in crude can inflate import bill by Rs 6160 Cr
  • Sebi gets Sc go-ahead for SRO norms amendments
  • Global steel output rises 5.8 % in Oct
  • Aircel-Maxis: P Chidambaram, son deny non-coop. Charges
  • Yamuna E-Way body allots land to Vivo for Rs 3500 cr
  • Trafigura, BP increase loans to Nayara Energy to $ 3 BN
  • Jet Airways’ independent director Mathai resigns
  • Travel bodies oppose AI move to shift to single GDS platform
  • Vehicle registration during festive season falls 11 %, hope for early recovery: FADA
  • Siemens India beats street but may not sustain growth
  • Air purifies join highest growing consumer electronic products on e-comm platform

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