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Financial Markets Closed Today For Good Friday
The stock markets, currency, bond and forex markets will remain closed for Good Friday today. The market will resume trading activity on Monday. In Thursday's trade, benchmark indices climbed higher taking cues from global markets where leveling off coronavirus infection ...
Rupee Opens Weaker At 75.18 To The Dollar
The rupee opened weaker in trade at 75.18 against the US Dollar, as against Friday's close of 74.85 to the dollar. The week has begun on a bearish note for most global stock markets, thanks to rising infections from the coronavirus. ...
IBA Releases Safe Banking Tips To Combat Covid 19
As the coronavirus positive cases have spiked to over 270 mark in the country, Indian Banks Association (IBA) has come up with guidelines for ensuring safe banking by both account holders and its employees. COVID 19 which is now declared ...
Iba Releases Safe Banking Tips To Combat Covid
Sitharaman Says This About Rs. 2000 Currency Notes
With buzz around Rs. 2000 currency notes that its circulation shall be gradually shelved, the finance minister cleared the air and as per the IANS report said at a meeting with PSU bank heads said that "As far as I know, ...
New One Rupee Note To Be Printed By The Govt: Details Here
In its recent gazette dated 7 February, the Ministry of Finance notified of directions for the printing of one rupee notes. "These rules may be called the Printing of One Rupee Currency Notes Rules, 2020," the notification said adding that the ...
London Surpasses Mumbai In Rupee Trading Volumes
London has overtaken Mumbai, India's financial capital, to become the top trading centre for the domestic currency. The latest triennial survey of currency markets by the Bank for International Settlements showed that while India handles $35 billion in rupee trades each ...
London Surpasses Mumbai In Rupee Trading Volumes
Foreign Currency Bonds: Should The RSS Oppose It?
The Swadeshi Jagran Manch, the economic wing of the Rashtriya Jagran Manch has opposed the issuance of Foreign Currency Bonds. "We can't allow this to happen," declared Ashwani Mahajan, the co-convenor of Swadeshi Jagran Manch (SJM), the economic wing of the ...
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