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Nirbhay Kumar
AI transition to be smooth; tech staff remain relevant, says Bansal

Amid growing worries of Air India staff in the wake of the national carrier's imminent privatisation, the airline chief Rajiv Bansal hopes transition would be smooth with a large number of technica

Sangeetha G.
FC Exclusive: NCLT notice to SpiceJet in insolvency plea

The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) has issued a showcause notice to budget carrier Spicejet in an insolvency petition filed by Ramco Systems.

Subhash Narayan
Oil sector mergers may be advanced to boost economy

Pressed into thinking out-of-box to reinvigorate the slowdown-hit economy, the government is now looking at its time-tested public sector enterprises to change industrial sentiment with stepped up

Rajiv Nagpal
Between last chance & lost chance

The most dumped element in a bull market is, caution.

Ravi Ranjan Prasad
Investors may expect a good set of numbers in Q2 & Q3

Foreign institutional inv­e­s­tors are going slow mai­nly due to valuation concerns.

Sangeetha G.
Base metal counter is bearish

The standoff between North Korea and the US saw major correction in base metal prices in the first and second week of September.

Ritwik Mukherjee
India set for record tea output, exports

Despite persistent threats by Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee that the state government will take strong action if tea gardens in Darjeeling are not reopened and workers are not paid their bo

Rajiv Nagpal
Correction doesn’t need a reason

The market is largely about sentiment, and anything can take sentiments from one end to the other in a matter of hours.

Rajiv Nagpal
Stay with puts and diversify risk across sectors

Probably, every trader likes heightened volatility. But when volatility does come, they run for cover.

Nirbhay Kumar
AI will need more support, over & above Rs 3,000 crore we are going to raise now

The government has approved Air India sell-off. The group of ministers (GoM) headed by finance minister Arun Jaitley is moving fast on deciding the modalities for its disinvestment.

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