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Sensex Losses Widen On Weak Global Cues, Down 112 Points

The 30-share index fell by 112.14 points, or 0.35 per cent, to 31,101.22 in early trade. The gauge had lost 57.92 points in the previous session.

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Rupee Down Six Paise Against Dollar In Early Trade

Forex dealers said US dollar's gains against rivals overseas in the wake of a string of developments at the global level also had an impact of the rupee.

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My Life Insurance Company Says It'll Triple My Investment In 20 Years: Isn't That Fantastic?

Insurance related SMS marketing campaign could be misleading. Lately, there's an SMS doing the rounds about a policy that will purportedly "triple your investment in 20 years' time". Prima facie, this might seem like a fantastic opportunity. However, does it pass the 'dig a little deeper' test? Let'

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Fuel Prices To Change Daily From 16 June

The fuel price model was launched in five cities - Pondicherry, Chandigarh, Jamshedpur, Udaipur and Vishakhapatnam from May 1 that the dynamic fuel price model was launched at five locations in the course with the global practices

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Srei, Vnesheconombank To Set Up $200 Million IT, Innovation Fund

Srei Infrastructure Finance has said that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Vnesheconombank, a Russian state development institution which operates to enhance competitiveness of the Russian economy, to create a $200 million IT and Innovation Fund

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Reliance Communications Shares Extend Losses; End Over 3% Lower

Shares of Reliance Communications fell by more than 3 per cent, continuing the downtrend on sluggish investor sentiment after Fitch and Moody's Investors Service further downgraded the company's credit ratings

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Amazon To Enable Entrepreneurs In Mumbai To Go Global

Global e-commerce company Amazon will conduct a workshop for small and medium businesses in the city on Friday, to focus on the company's global selling programme and educate sellers on enhancing business

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Cairn Approaches International Panel For Injunction Against Income Tax Dept.

Cairn Energy is contesting the tax demand through an international arbitration and has not participated in the amnesty scheme the government floated last year by promising to waive interest and penalty if the principal tax is paid.

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Tough Time Continues For Commercial Vehicle Segment

During the month of May, major manufacturers posted double digit decline in sales. Tata Motors' CV domestic sales were down 13 percent at 23,606 units in May and the company said market continues to remain weak and demand has still not picked up.

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Coal Imports Dip Six Per Cent In May On Weak Demand From Power Sector

Coal import (all type of coals) in May 2017 stood at 18.15 million tonne (provisional), against 19.38 million tonne in May 2016.

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