Stocks slip globally as investors see an escalation in trade dispute and oil prices show an upward trend
Microfinance firm CreditAccess Grameen has received markets regulator Sebi's go ahead to float its initial public offer.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 200 points and the other major indexes were lower, as China’s retaliatory action against tariffs imposed by US reignited fears of a possible trade war.
The NSE Nifty closed 18 points lower at 10,799.85, triggered by weak global cues in the wake of escalation of trade tariff war between the US and China.
Leading exchange BSE today began a mock trading session for further funds offer of the Bharat-22 exchange traded fund (ETF).
U.P. Govt cancels Purvanchal Expressway bids
Co's Rs 1,740 Cr bid for expressway section cancelled
U.P. Govt to re-invite bids for expressway project
Settles Abraxane patent dispute with Celgene Corp
Partner Apotex may sell generic of Abraxane in U.S.
Telecom Department may clear Vodafone-Idea merger today
Dr. Reddys new drug hits legal hurdle
U.S. court issues restraint order following patent litigation over Suboxone
Company remains confident in its legal positions on this patent Court order does not include a prohibition on commercial manufacturing of the product
The court has scheduled an expedited hearing of the preliminary injunction for June 28 Ruling is expected soon thereafter
Board mulls reshuffle of top management
ICICI Prudential Life Chief Bakshi may be named ICICI bank interim