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By Administrator _India Capital Sands The markets received a reality check on Thursday after the unprecedented run-up this month. A sell-off in
By Administrator_ India Capital Sands Final results from Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine trial showed its shot had a 95 per cent
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By Administrator_ India Capital Sands The Sensex defied gravity for the eighth straight session to finish at yet another record
By Administrator _India Capital Sands Oil was up on Wednesday morning in Asia, with gains of over 11% in the
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By Administrator _ India Capital Sands US President-elect Joe Biden will work towards providing a roadmap to American citizenship for nearly 11 million undocumented
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By Administrator_ India Capital Sands Joe Biden stood on the brink of claiming the US presidency from Donald Trump on Thursday, with a

Delhi High Court Clarifies Regulations 6,9 Of Central Bank FEMA Regulations 2004

By Administrator_ India Capital Sands The Delhi High Court on Friday passed a detailed judgement which clarified Regulation 6 and 9 of the RBI FEMA Regulations 2004 while disposing of Jindal Steel and Power Ltd petition and upholds transfer of money by it to a foreign subsidiary. Court also asked the Petitioner firm to ensure unencumbered assets worth remitted amount ...
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Centre, farmers make some headway; another meeting on Dec 5 to break logjam

By Administrator_India Capital Sands The fourth round of talks between protesting farmers and the Centre on the three agriculture Acts seemed to make some headway, with the government willing to consider some of their objections to the legislation. Their demands include a having level playing field in taxes between proposed private mandis under the new Acts and the existing agriculture ...
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India’s exports fell 9% in Nov, in second straight month of decline

By Administrator_ India Capital Sands India’s exports reduced by 9.07 per cent in November, in a second straight month of decline, as major markets continued to be impacted by Covid-19. The outbound shipment in November this year stood at $23.43 billion, against $25.77 billion in the same month a year earlier, official data showed today. In October, the country’s exports ...
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Oil prices drop on US stock build, delay in OPEC+ meeting

By Administrator_ India Capital Sands Oil prices extended losses on Wednesday, hit by a surprise build in oil inventories in the United States and as OPEC and its allies left markets in limbo by delaying a formal meeting to decide whether to increase output in January. Brent crude oil futures were down by 27 cents, or 0.6%, at $47.15 a ...
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Sensex, Nifty posts 12% gains in November, yet India lags world markets

By Administrator_ India Capital Sands The benchmark Sensex and the Nifty posted a 12 per cent gain in November, but this was pale in comparison with global peers. On Monday, stocks in Asia (the Indian markets were closed) swung from gains to losses, along with US futures and European equities as investors monitored progress on the path to a coronavirus ...
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EU parliament backs lobster deal and EU-US mini trade pact

By Administrator_ India Capital Sands Thanksgiving just got a little bit better for the Maine lobster industry. The European Union parliament on Thursday approved a mini trade deal with the United States, which includes the elimination of customs duties on U.S. lobster imports. The passage with 638 votes for, 45 against and 11 abstentions was the last major political step ...
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WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A FOREX TECHNOLOGY PROVIDER

The online trading industry is not what it used to be. In fact, many would argue that the arena has entirely changed in recent years. Europe in particular has seen a severe tightening in regulation which has dramatically forced brokers to change the way they approach their mode of operation. At the same time, banks and Payment Service Providers have ...
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Cyclone Nivar aftermath leaves 3 dead, over 1000 trees uprooted in Tamil Nadu

By Administrator_ India Capital Sands At least three people were killed in Tamil Nadu and over 1,000 trees uprooted while some low-lying areas were marooned due to waterlogging following heavy rains on Thursday as severe cyclonic storm Nivar made landfall near Puducherry. In Tamil Nadu, atleast three people were killed in rain-related incidents across the state such as tree and ...
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Farmers’ protest: Metro services hit in Delhi, many stations closed

By Administrator_ India Capital Sands In view of a massive protest planned by farmers from Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and other parts of the India against the new farm laws of the Centre, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation on Wednesday announced that metro services to several areas of the national capital will remain suspended till 2 pm on Thursday. The DMRC ...
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Bitcoin climbs towards all-time high after topping the $19,000 mark

By Administrator_ India Capital Sands Bitcoin moved to within a whisker of its all-time high on Tuesday, after hitting $19,000 for the first time in nearly three years. The world's most popular cryptocurrency was last up 4.8% at $19,225, just shy of its all-time record of $19,666 hit in December 2017. Bitcoin has gained around 25% in the last two ...
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