Falaknaaz Syed
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New Delhi
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India needs to be watchful of falling forex reserves, say experts

While country's forex reserves have declined by $25.147 billion in the last four months, the situation is not yet alarming but needs to be watched closely said experts.

Rs just 7 paise short of 70-mark as Turkey crisis spreads

As Turkish currency lira plunged into deeper crisis due to harsh US sanctions, the contagion spread to broader emerging markets currencies, including rupee which tanked to a lifetime low of 69.93 a

Courts may now order interim relief in cheque bounce cases

Courts trying cheque bouncing cases may now onwards direct drawers to pay interim compensation to the payee. With the latest changes in the law, courts can also try such offences expeditiously.

LIC posts 33% increase in investment profits

Public sector behemoth Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) has sold more stocks in 2017-18 to pay bonuses to policyholders.

Rupee to stay under pressure

Increasing trade friction between the US and China would continue to send jitters towards emerging market economies and in turn add further pressure on the Indian rupee.

Rupee plunges to record low of 69.09; RBI steps in

The rupee plunged to its all-time of low of 69.09 against the US dollar in early trade on Thursday.

Irdai likely to clear LIC-IDBI deal with few conditions

Insurance regulator Irdai is likely to clear LIC’s proposal to buy 40 per cent government stake in IDBI Bank with certain conditions.

BoM chief arrested in Rs 3,000 cr scam case

Maharashtra police has arrested Bank of Maharashtra CMD Ravindra P Marathe (in pic) and former chief Sushil Muhnot for sanctioning Rs 3,000 crore loan through fraudulent means to Pune-based real es

Big Interview: Detariff Impact

Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Company Limited is a joint venture between Allianz SE, world’s leading insurer and Bajaj Finserv Limited.

SBI CMD’s salary is too little compared to HDFC Bank MD’s

State Bank of India (SBI), one of the world’s 50 largest banks, pays a pittance to its top management personnel when compared to salaries earned by their counterparts in top private banks.