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In the past month the RBI has moved a bit more to breathe life into India’s comatose bond market. It has allowed 91day Tbill based interest rate futures. It has also announced draft rules for credit default swaps, which allows bond investors to buy pro… Continue reading
Even though nature’s fury caused havoc in Japan, it fails to spawn any damage in Japanese’s currency movement against the US dollar. Yen initially fell to 83.28 against the greenback from 82.80, the level it registered before the earthquake news broke … Continue reading
In an exclusive interview with CNBCTV18’s Anuradha Sengupta, Sharma points out that, “The only way that you can earn respect and be successful in the industry being a woman is by being an actor primarily, above your looks and whether you can dance … Continue reading
Even as American giants Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts finalise their plans to get into the Indian coffee retail market, the countries largest consumer products company Hindustan Unilever has opened three cafes. Continue reading
Industrial growth is slowing and so is inflation. So, should the RBI pause or does it need to raise rates yet again on March 17? CNBCTV18’s special show Indianomics gets an exclusive poll of bankers and economists.
The World Trade Organization’s top court upheld on Friday some Chinese objections to a ruling that had backed the right of the United States to impose extra duties on Chinese goods that Washington said were unfairly priced and subsidized.
The US has transported coolant to a Japanese nuclear power plant affected by the massive earthquake, as it quickly moved naval and air assets along with humanitarian relief material for the tsunamihit areas of the country Continue reading