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Vodafone Invites Pitches From Banks For India IPO

The listing of Vodafone's Indian unit is expected to raise between $2 billion and $2.5 billion, making it the biggest IPO since state-owned Coal India Ltd's $3.5 billion listing in 2010

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Yes Bank Inks Pact To 'On-lend' $50 Million To Women

Private lender Yes Bank has inked a tripartite agreement for on-lending $50 million loan from World Bank arm IFC to women entrepreneurs

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Gold Slumps Below $1,200, Risk Appetite Dents Safe-Haven Demand

Goldman Sachs's recommendation to short gold, prompted by the bank's belief that the recent fear-induced rally has been overdone, added to the bearish sentiment in the market

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Former Goldman Sachs Director Rajat Gupta Confined To Home With Ankle Bracelet Until March

In June 2012, a Manhattan jury found Rajat Gupta guilty of tipping Raj Rajaratnam, a onetime business associate and founder of a New York hedge fund known as the Galleon Group, to corporate secrets that he had gleaned in his position as a director of companies like Goldman Sachs and Procter & Gamble

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Goldman Sachs Profit Slumps; Legal Settlement Adds To Pain

Goldman has struggled as plummeting oil prices, concerns about China's economy, and nervousness about the timing and pace of US interest rate increases weigh on credit markets

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Goldman Sachs To Cut Hundreds Of Jobs

The bank, which is set to report its fourth-quarter results next week, is preparing for steeper cuts this year within its debt, currencies and commodities division, Wall Street Journal reported

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Oil Options Lurch Closer To $20 Goldman Doomsday Forecast

Goldman's drastic scenario was based on the logic that the market might have to undergo a $20 per barrel price shock in order to force an acceleration in the shutdown of unprofitable production

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Goldman Sachs Invests $66 Million In Indian Hotel Firm Samhi

Samhi, which operates 10 hotels and is developing 16 more, will use the money to grow its portfolio to about 30 to 35 properties

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Rajat Gupta's Latest Bid To Reverse Insider Trading Conviction Fails

Less than three months before his prison term is slated to end, India-born former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta has lost yet another bid to overturn his conviction on insider trading charges, with an appeals court rejecting his latest challenge

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Is Growth Really Back?

Two troubling questions persist: Is the economy really growing as fast as the "numbers" suggest? Second, even if it is growing as claimed, does it have the capacity to deliver more than 10 million new jobs (or livelihood opportunities) every year?

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