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Nippon Paint Says Volumes Down 40 Pc As COVID-Related Curbs Hit Production

India is currently reeling under a devastating second wave of the pandemic and added a record over 3.32 lakh new coronavirus cases in a single day taking the country's tally to 1,62,63,695, while active cases crossed the 24-lakh mark.

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Navigating Challenges

Tata Motors has focused on refreshing its portfolio, improving structural efficiencies and streamlining internal processes.

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Living In A Co-COVID World, One Year On

The new normal has seen education, work and entertainment to shift to largely online domains and some innovations in this regard are worthy and likely to stay.

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Inox Leisure Commences Operations At New Multiplex In Bangalore

'The revival process of the cinema industry had begun, and the recent curbs are much like a speed-breaker in the journey, which we shall surpass soon in a month's time.

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Reliance Securities Named As India's 10 Most Promising Share Trading Platforms Of 2020

Reliance Securities has been creating continuous value for customers as part of its SDE initiative. It has been continuously developing analytically driven solutions for digital consumer engagements across advisory, research, transactions, education, training and awareness creation .

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S&P 500 And Dow End Session At Record Highs

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.53% to end at 32,953.46 points, while the S&P 500 gained 0.65% to 3,968.94.

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Money, Talent Flowing Into Mrna Sector After COVID-19 Success

Billions of dollars in capital have flowed into mRNA-focused companies based on these raised expectations – hundreds of millions in the last few months alone. And with FDA acceptance, the field is attracting top scientific talent

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Shell Fuel Sales Fall Drives 16% Drop In Its 2020 Carbon Emissions

Net carbon intensity, the main measure the Anglo-Dutch focuses on in its energy transition strategy, dropped last year to 75 grams of CO2 equivalent per megajoules, a 4% reduction from the 2019

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Cathay Pacific Posts Record $2.8 Billion Annual Loss, Focuses On Preserving Cash

Cathay's passenger numbers fell by 98.7% compared with a year earlier, though cargo carriage was down by a smaller 32.3%.

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Inditex's 2020 Net Profit Falls 70% As Pandemic Keeps Many Shops Closed

Fourth quarter net profit fell 53% to 435 million euros out of sales of 6.3 billion euros as restrictions on shopping came back into force across much of Europe around Christmas

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Oil Extends Gains On OPEC+ Supply Restraint

Investors were surprised that Saudi Arabia had decided to maintain its voluntary cut of 1 million barrels per day through April even after oil prices rallied over the past two months.

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Asset Growth At NBFCs, HFCs To Jump In FY22: Ind Ra Report

The system-level stressed assets for NBFCs stood at 8 per cent on September 30, 2020 as per the RBI report, and between 1.5 to 3 per cent of the book would get restructured and an addition of up to 1.5 per cent will happen to be the GNPA, taking the overall stressed book to between 9.5-11 per cent

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Asian Stocks Edge Higher, Aussie In Demand On Recovery Signs

The Australian dollar shined yet again, rising to $0.7828 after stronger-than-expected economic growth in the fourth quarter fuelled hopes for a V-shaped recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

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Wall Street Ends Lower As Apple And Tesla Retreat

The S&P 500 on Monday logged its best day since June as markets cheered approval of a third COVID-19 vaccine in the United States and the U.S. House of Representatives' green light for a $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package.

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Japan's Jan Factory Output Rises For First Time In Three Months, Retail Sales Drop

Factory output fell in November and December as a rebound in car production ended on sagging global demand, but since then strong demand for tech-making equipment and electronic goods has helped turn the tide.

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