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Corporation Bank to raise up to Rs 3,500 cr from share sale

State-owned Corporation Bank today said it has got shareholders' nod for raising up to Rs 3 500 crore through share sale.
The lender's annual general meeting "approved raising of capital

Rupee edges lower by 2 paise to 64.55 a dollar

The rupee today weakened further to close with a marginal loss of 2 paise at 64. 55 against the American currency in limited trade on the back of stray dollar

Toshiba Sues Western Digital for 120 Billion Yen in Damages

Toshiba Corp. sued Western Digital Corp

Sebi allows NRIs to hedge currency risk

Markets regulator Sebi today allowed NRIs to access the exchange traded currency derivatives (ETCD) market to hedge currency risk arising out of their investments in India, a move aimed at

GST impact: Coca-Cola to raise price of aerated drinks

Coca-Cola India will marginally raise prices of its aerated beverages but will cut rates of packaged drinking water Kinley and hold those of juices and juice-based drinks to reflect
tax incidence

Google Gets Record $2.7 Billion EU Fine for Skewing Searches

Google’s record-breaking 2. 4 billion-euro ($2

Rupee reverses early gains to end flat at 64.53 a dollar

The rupee gave back most of its initial gains in tandem with local equities and settled almost flat at 64. 53 against the US currency following fag-end dollar demand from

Small banks offer special services to woo customers

Small finance banks (SFBs), the latest among the lenders licenscd by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to serve the unbanked population of India, are offering a slew of innovative

Kerala govt investing Rs 50,000 cr on infra projects: Issac

The Kerala government is investing about Rs 50,000 crore on infrastructure projects this year to enhance job opportunities for the youth, state Finance Minister Thomas Issac
said here today.
Noting that

Housing rentals to decline by 10-20% in IT hubs: Report

India's software and services hubs are expected to witness a 10-20 per cent reduction in housing rents over the next three quarters beginning July, as the IT sector experiences subdued

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