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  • Sensex down 46 points,rupee gains
    Finance and MarketsSensex down 46 points,rupee gains

    The Sensex declined 46 points and the Nifty traded marginally over the 10,800 mark during the afternoon trade session on Thursday over concerns of global growth and the ongoing earnings' season.

    8 months ago
  • Bharat Bandh 2019: Trade Union calls for strike on Jan 8 and 9; All you need to know
    India NewsBharat Bandh 2019: Trade Union calls for strike on Jan 8 and 9; All you need to know

    India will go for two days strike on January 8 and 9 so as to condemn the anti-labour and anti-trade policies promoted by the BJP-led NDA government at the Centre. The nationwide strike has been called by ten central trade unions in the country.

    8 months ago
  • Donald Trump calls Indians 'best' trade negotiators
    World NewsDonald Trump calls Indians 'best' trade negotiators

    Celebrating Diwali at the White House, the United States of America President Donald Trump called Indians 'best' trade negotiators.

    10 months ago
  • Lower oil prices, rupee propel markets out of downtrend
    Finance and MarketsLower oil prices, rupee propel markets out of downtrend

    The Indian equity market came in for some rough weather due to global worries over high crude oil prices and US interest rates during the week just ended, but managed to catch the upside in the final session of trade.

    11 months ago
  • Trade tensions dent indices; equities slip for third consecutive day
    Finance and MarketsTrade tensions dent indices; equities slip for third consecutive day

    Broadly negative global cues on the back of escalation in trade tensions dragged the key Indian equity indices into the red on Wednesday.

    1 year ago
  • Aeroshow stays in Bengaluru, government confirms (Third Lead)
    SourcesAeroshow stays in Bengaluru, government confirms (Third Lead)

    The Union government on Saturday declared that the next edition of Aero India will be held in Bengaluru from February 20-24 next year, putting to rest speculation about the venue and date of the trade and defence biennial event.

    1 year ago
  • Higher trade deficit ups India's Q1 CAD to $15.8 bn
    SourcesHigher trade deficit ups India's Q1 CAD to $15.8 bn

    Indias current account deficit (CAD) at $15.8 billion during the first quarter ending June is higher compared with that in the same quarter a year ago and stood at 2.4 per cent of the GDP owing mainly to increased trade deficit, RBI data showed on Friday.

    1 year ago
  • US stocks mixed amid tumbling tech shares, trade talks
    SourcesUS stocks mixed amid tumbling tech shares, trade talks

    US stocks closed mixed as tech shares continued to slide after a weak trading session, weighing on the market. The Dow Jones Industrial Average on Thursday rose 20.88 points, or 0.08 per cent, to 25,995.87. The S&P 500 decreased 10.55 points, or 0.37 per cent, to 2,878.05, Xinhua news agency reported.

    1 year ago
  • Value buying breaks equity indices' six-day losing streak (Roundup)
    SourcesValue buying breaks equity indices' six-day losing streak (Roundup)

    A last hour spurt of value buying aided the key Indian equity indices to snap a six-day losing streak during a largely volatile trade session on Thursday.

    1 year ago
  • US, Canada resume trade talks to bridge differences over NAFTA
    SourcesUS, Canada resume trade talks to bridge differences over NAFTA

    Negotiators from the US and Canada have resumed trade talks here to bridge their differences on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) after the two sides failed to reach a deal last week. "Our officials have continued to work hard and constructively over the weekend and we are looking forward to constructive conversations today," Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland told reporters here on Wednesday, Xinhua reported. The trade talks came after US President Donald Trump said on Saturday that there is "no political necessity" to keep Canada in the new NAFTA deal. "If we don't make a fair deal for the US after decades of abuse, Canada will be out," Trump said via Twitter, threatening to terminate the 24-year-old trilateral trade deal. The White House has pressured Canada to accept the preliminary agreement it struck with Mexico last Monday to update the trilateral trade deal. But Canada insisted that it would only sign a new agreement that is good for the country. One of the major sticking points in the talks is a so-called dispute resolution system, contained in Chapter 19 of the original NAFTA agreement. The US has proposed to scrap the dispute resolution system that Canada regard as crucial. "We' ve said from the very beginning that we need a dispute resolution mechanism like Chapter 19 and we will hold firm on that," Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday. "As I've said, we will not sign a deal that is bad for Canadians and, quite frankly, not having a Chapter 19 to ensure that the rules are followed would be bad for Canadians," he said. While US officials have indicated that they are prepared to go ahead and sign a NAFTA deal only with Mexico, the US business community and many lawmakers have insisted that the NAFTA deal should remain a trilateral pact. Senate Finance Committee Ranking Member Ron Wyden on Tuesday also refuted Trump's assertion that he could unilaterally withdraw from NAFTA without congressional approval. "The president needs to take a look at the Constitution -- it gives Congress authority over trade. The President cannot pull America out of NAFTA without Congress's permission," Wyden said in a statement. Talks on renegotiating the NAFTA began in August 2017 as Trump threatened to withdraw from the trilateral trade deal, which he claimed harmed US industries and jobs.

    1 year ago