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Brexit Decision Piles Pressure On Tata British Steelworks

Tata Steel's Port Talbot plant has moved a step closer to closure following Britain's decision to leave the European Union, but buyers remain interested, industry sources said

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Brexit: A Shock For Markets, Or A Crisis?

The UK economy will slow sharply. Our best estimate is that growth will slow from an annualised pace of 1.6 per cent to around 0.6 per cent in the second half of 2016, with a similar growth rate achieved in 2017

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Brexit: It Is All About Second Derivatives & Central Banks

The response of the public sector, and in particular central banks, will be the key of financial asset pricing and volatility.

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What Happens Next With The Brexit Vote?

With Britain choosing to leave the EU in a historic referendum, it faces the prospect of a Conservative Party leadership contest and a long and hard road of negotiations between the UK and its leading trade partner

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Government, RBI Seek To Soothe Wracked Investor Nerves After Brexit

Seeking to calm turbulent markets following Brexit, government and RBI on Friday said India's sound macro-economic fundamentals backed by planned structural reforms and firewalls will help it weather any major fallout of UK's leaving the European Union

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Brexit Fallout: Sensex Crashes 605 Points, Nifty Takes 181-Point Hit

The Sensex plunged by 604.51 points on Friday to 26,397.71, its biggest single-day fall in nearly four months, as a shock victory for 'Leave' camp in the UK referendum sent markets across the world into a tailspin

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Impact Of Brexit On Mahindra Group Will Be Muted, Says CFO VS Parthasarathy

Britain’s exit from the European Union will have a muted impact on the over $17 billion Mahindra Group, but the event highlights the importance of sound risk management for the corporate world

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'Indian Economy Strong Enough To Overcome Brexit Fallout'

Country's strong macro-economic fundamentals will help it withstand the Brexit fallout, although companies having exposure to the UK need to realign their strategies to stave off the negative impact on their businesses, India Inc said on Friday

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Brexit | Will Provide Liquidity, Correct Disorderly Market Behaviour: RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan

Promises to provide liquidity and correct any disorderly market behaviour following UK's vote to walk out of the European Union, saying that after initial investor worries over Brexit, funds should return to India

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Brexit To Offer Better Market Access To India, Says SBI Chief Arundhati Bhattacharya

Brexit will provide the country better market access to the EU and England, even as there will be some market volatility, State Bank of India Chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya on Friday said

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It Is Business As Usual: JLR On Brexit

As Britain voted to exit the EU, Tata Motors-owned Jaguar Land Rover on Friday said it is 'business as usual' and will manage the long-term impact and implications of the decision, insisting 'nothing will change' overnight for it and the automotive industry

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Near-term Uncertainty For Indian IT Sector As Britain Leaves European Union

Europe is the second largest market for Indian IT-BPM industry, constituting almost 30 per cent of the sector's export revenue of about $100 billion

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Britain Votes To Leave EU, Cameron Quits

The pound falls more than 10 per cent against the dollar to levels last seen in 1985, its biggest one-day fall in history, on fears the decision could hit investment in the world's fifth-largest economy

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Brexit: Stupid To Say India Will Be Badly Affected

What is surprising is how so many 'liberal' voices have taken the British vote to be the beginning of Armageddon

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Markets Mispriced UK Referendum Completely

While there has been a knee-jerk reaction in the Indian market, investors should take heart from the fact that the dip has not been huge

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