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RBI shortens forex, money market trading hours amid coronavirus lockdown
Apex bank announces change in market timing, trading hours to function from 10 am to 2 pm
Fitch slashes India growth forecast to 30-year low of 2% for FY21
On March 20, Fitch had projected India's GDP growth for 2020-21 at 5.1 per cent, lower than 5.6 per cent estimated in December 2019
As India steps up 'war' against Covid-19, military to deploy more resources
Testing facilities, 15,000 beds, military schools to made available if needed, says defence ministry
Coronavirus: 48-hr total shutdown in Bhubaneswar, Bhadrak from 8 pm today
Of the five Covid-19 cases detected in Odisha so far, four are in Bhubaneswar and one in Bhadrak
Even in the times of Covid-19, the SC order must not normalise an exception
History is replete with examples of states reserving wide powers to themselves during an emergency - only to not give up the powers even when the crisis receded
Electronics, phone makers extend warranty period amid coronavirus lockdown
have extended warranties on their products to cushion customers, amid the nationwide lockdown imposed to combat the spread of coronavirus
Coronavirus impact: Over-sanitising? Here's how to keep your skin hydrated
Your hands come into contact with multiple surfaces throughout the day. Touching your face frequently will only transfer the germs and impurities from your hands to your face
More pain ahead for the auto sector? Here's what top brokerages say
The Nifty Auto index has plunged 41.7 per cent since February 3, 2020 as compared to 29.5 per cent fall in the Nifty50 index
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3M to increase production of face masks after Trump order
3M Co said on Friday it would continue to increase the production of respirators, after U.S. President Donald Trump announced he was invoking the Defense Production Act to get the company to manufacture more face masks.
Gold demand soars in some Asian hubs, lockdowns, supply woes hit others
Physical bullion markets in major Asian hubs saw a sharp divide this week with some regions seeing a surge in demand, while others grappled with strained supply and muted activity amid global lockdowns due to the coronavirus.
Coronavirus cases exceed 1 million, wreaking world havoc
Global cases of the new coronavirus have shot past 1 million with more than 53,000 fatalities, a Reuters tally showed on Friday, as death tolls kept soaring in the United States and western Europe while the world economy spiralled
Coronavirus claims more Spanish lives, but death rate slows
Spain reported more deaths from the coronavirus tearing around the world on Friday, but the number who succumbed overnight was lower than the previous day.
Two young American doctors spend honeymoon fighting coronavirus
She'd picked her dress, they'd booked their honeymoon and the wedding was set for the end of March. Then, the coronavirus pandemic hit.
Coronavirus brings record U.S. job growth to an end in March
The U.S. economy shed jobs in March, abruptly ending a historic 113 straight months of employment growth as stringent measures to control the novel coronavirus pandemic shuttered businesses and factories, all but confirming a rece
Gold edges up, holds tight range ahead of U.S. data
Gold prices inched higher on Friday and were stuck in a narrow range as the dollar strengthened ahead of U.S. nonfarm payrolls data that could provide further clarity on the economic damage from the coronavirus.
Factbox: Latest on the spread of the coronavirus around the world
The coronavirus has brought hard-hit Italy to a standstill, led to runs on grocery stores around the world and prompted a stark drop in going-out between Mardi Gras and St. Patrick's Day, location data from Google showed.
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Coronavirus threatens to push India's growth to a 30-year low
Coronavirus threatens to push India's growth to a 30-year lowFitch Ratings has slashed India's growth forecast for FY21 to a 30-yr low of 2%, from 5.1% projected earlier.
Covid may ring in bad news for Vodafone Idea
Covid may ring in bad news for Vodafone IdeaAirtel and Jio will continue to gain market share due to Voda Idea's worsened financial health, Axis Capital says.
India Inc goes the extra mile to help staff
India Inc goes the extra mile to help staffTop firms and new-age cos alike are putting staff well-being ahead of productivity issues amid Covid lockdown.
India is trying a new test to turn the tide
India is trying a new test to turn the tideThe effort is to contain hotspots that can become centres of transmission of the disease.
A 24-hour race to contain virus in Dharavi
A 24-hour race to contain virus in DharaviThe death of a 56-year-old man from Covid-19 pushes a state into red alert.
Adani, Ambani had less FY20 bruises to show
Adani, Ambani had less FY20 bruises to showMukesh Ambani-led Reliance group’s RIL and a microcap stock performed well.
Covid live: Total number of cases in Noida reaches 50
Covid live: Total number of cases in Noida reaches 50Total number of COVID19 positive cases rises to 2301 in India, including 156 cured/discharged, 56 deaths and 1 migrated: Health Ministry
'647 corona cases found in 2 days linked to Tablighi'
'647 corona cases found in 2 days linked to Tablighi'The congregation took place early last month in the national capital's West Nizamuddin area. So far there have been 2,301 cases of COVID-19 in India and 56 deaths out of which 1
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UK PM Johnson continues self-isolation
UK PM Johnson continues self-isolation "In my own case, although I#39;m feeling better and I have done my seven days of isolation, alas, I still have one of the minor symptoms... a temperature, so in accordance with government advice, I must continue my self-isolation until that symptom itself goes," he said in a video message on Twitter.

China frees up $56 billion for virus-hit economy by slashing small banks#39; reserve requirements
China frees up $56 billion for virus-hit economy by slashing small banks#39; reserve requirements The People#39;s Bank of China (PBOC) said on its website it will cut the reserve requirement ratio (RRR) for those banks by 100 basis points (bps) in two equal steps, the first effective as of April 15 and the second as of May 15.

Yes Bank crisis, faltering economy weigh heavily on IndusInd Bank. Can it weather the storm?
Yes Bank crisis, faltering economy weigh heavily on IndusInd Bank. Can it weather the storm? On Friday, global rating agency, Moody’s placed IndusInd Bank#39;s domestic and foreign currency issuer ratings of Baa3/P-3 under review for downgrade. This reflects likely deterioration in asset quality in a worsening economy

Gold price inches closer to Rs 44,000, silver up Rs 1,050
Gold price inches closer to Rs 44,000, silver up Rs 1,050 Buying of gold for investment is near negligible amid lockdown, but MCX gold futures continue to find support amid falling equity markets and a weaker rupee, says Sumeet Bagadia of Choice Broking.

Rupee settles 53 paise lower at 76.13 against US dollar
Rupee settles 53 paise lower at 76.13 against US dollar At the interbank foreign exchange market, the rupee opened at 75.97. During the day, it lost further ground and finally settled at 76.13, down 53 paise over its previous close.

The Market Podcast | Indices yet to hit bottom; seek solace in pharma and consumption stocks
The Market Podcast | Indices yet to hit bottom; seek solace in pharma and consumption stocks A follow-through signal doesn’t mean investors should go and buy with abandon. It just gives you the go-ahead to choose high-quality stocks with strong sales and EPS growth as they break out of their bases.

NSE identifies five companies for surveillance action
NSE identifies five companies for surveillance action In addition, the exchange has dropped six companies from surveillance action category for having higher levels of pledged shares by promoters.

Maruti Suzuki all set to launch the 2020 S-cross next month
Maruti Suzuki all set to launch the 2020 S-cross next month Maruti Suzuki all set to launch the 2020 S-cross next month

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RBI cuts hours for currency, govt securities markets
Call money market, government securities market, currency markets and others will now be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
India’s power demand falls over 25% to 125.81 GW on April 2
The peak power demand met is the actual highest energy supply during the day across the country.
Bharat Biotech set to develop and test vaccine for COVID-19
CoroFlu is a one drop COVID-19 nasal vaccine built on a flu vaccine “backbone” that has been shown to be safe and well-tolerated in humans, in Phase I and Phase II clinical trials
Coronavirus | Companies cannot force leave without pay, say experts
The employer may treat it as leave without pay if an employee refuses to work from home, says legal expert.
Rupee slips 48 paise to 76.08 against US dollar in early trade amid coronavirus scare
Forex traders said weak opening in domestic equities dragged the local unit amid mounting fears of a coronavirus-led economic slowdown.
Sensex drops over 400 points; Nifty tumbles below 8,200
Kotak Bank was the top loser in the Sensex pack, cracking up to 7 %, followed by IndusInd Bank, Hero MotoCorp, Asian Paints, Titan and ICICI Bank.
Rating downgrades outpace upgrades, says Crisil
Moody’s changes banking sector outlook to ‘negative’
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Coronavirus threatens to push India's growth to a 30-year low
Coronavirus threatens to push India's growth to a 30-year lowFitch Ratings has slashed India's growth forecast for FY21 to a 30-yr low of 2%, from 5.1% projected earlier.
Covid may ring in bad news for Vodafone Idea
Covid may ring in bad news for Vodafone IdeaAirtel and Jio will continue to gain market share due to Voda Idea's worsened financial health, Axis Capital says.
India Inc goes the extra mile to help staff
India Inc goes the extra mile to help staffTop firms and new-age cos alike are putting staff well-being ahead of productivity issues amid Covid lockdown.
India is trying a new test to turn the tide
India is trying a new test to turn the tideThe effort is to contain hotspots that can become centres of transmission of the disease.
A 24-hour race to contain virus in Dharavi
A 24-hour race to contain virus in DharaviThe death of a 56-year-old man from Covid-19 pushes a state into red alert.
Adani, Ambani had less FY20 bruises to show
Adani, Ambani had less FY20 bruises to showMukesh Ambani-led Reliance group’s RIL and a microcap stock performed well.
Covid live: Total number of cases in Noida reaches 50
Covid live: Total number of cases in Noida reaches 50Total number of COVID19 positive cases rises to 2301 in India, including 156 cured/discharged, 56 deaths and 1 migrated: Health Ministry
'647 corona cases found in 2 days linked to Tablighi'
'647 corona cases found in 2 days linked to Tablighi'The congregation took place early last month in the national capital's West Nizamuddin area. So far there have been 2,301 cases of COVID-19 in India and 56 deaths out of which 1
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RBI shortens forex, money market trading hours amid coronavirus lockdown
Apex bank announces change in market timing, trading hours to function from 10 am to 2 pm
Fitch slashes India growth forecast to 30-year low of 2% for FY21
On March 20, Fitch had projected India's GDP growth for 2020-21 at 5.1 per cent, lower than 5.6 per cent estimated in December 2019
As India steps up 'war' against Covid-19, military to deploy more resources
Testing facilities, 15,000 beds, military schools to made available if needed, says defence ministry
Coronavirus: 48-hr total shutdown in Bhubaneswar, Bhadrak from 8 pm today
Of the five Covid-19 cases detected in Odisha so far, four are in Bhubaneswar and one in Bhadrak
Even in the times of Covid-19, the SC order must not normalise an exception
History is replete with examples of states reserving wide powers to themselves during an emergency - only to not give up the powers even when the crisis receded
Electronics, phone makers extend warranty period amid coronavirus lockdown
have extended warranties on their products to cushion customers, amid the nationwide lockdown imposed to combat the spread of coronavirus
Coronavirus impact: Over-sanitising? Here's how to keep your skin hydrated
Your hands come into contact with multiple surfaces throughout the day. Touching your face frequently will only transfer the germs and impurities from your hands to your face
More pain ahead for the auto sector? Here's what top brokerages say
The Nifty Auto index has plunged 41.7 per cent since February 3, 2020 as compared to 29.5 per cent fall in the Nifty50 index


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