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Covid-19 pandemic: DCB Bank sees a significant jump in foreign remittance services

Covid-19 pandemic: DCB Bank sees a significant jump in foreign remittance services

DCB Bank has witnessed significant jump in its foreign remittance services on the coronavirus outbreak, specially for education purposes,...Read More

'Unprecedented collapse' for business in eurozone, PMI at 31.4

'Unprecedented collapse' for business in eurozone, PMI at 31.4

Provisional data showed the slump in activity in the 19-nation zone in March "far exceeding that seen even at the height of the global fi...Read More

Eurozone unemployment falls to nine-year low

Eurozone unemployment falls to nine-year low

Brussels: Unemployment in the eurozone fell in May, data showed today, as joblessness in Europe continued its slow but steady fall toward...Read More

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Analysts expect 25 bps policy rate cut today

Mumbai : Global uncertainties will restrain the Reserve Bank to announce only a 0.25 per cent reduction in policy rates on Wednesday but ...Read More

Eurozone agree to ‘breakthrough’ Greece debt deal

Eurozone agree to ‘breakthrough’ Greece debt deal

Brussels: Eurozone finance ministers on Wednesday agreed to extend further bailout loans to Greece as well as debt relief, in what they c...Read More

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Rupee firms up 57 paise to 3-week high of 67.85

Mumbai : The rupee on Tuesday logged this year’s biggest single day gain of 57 paise to close at a nearly three-week high of 67.85 agains...Read More

David Cameron to secure future of UK in reformed EU

David Cameron to secure future of UK in reformed EU

Davos: Prime Minister of the United Kingdom David Cameron reiterated his determination to secure the future of the UK in a reformed Europ...Read More

Most Greeks pessimistic about economy in 2016: Poll

Most Greeks pessimistic about economy in 2016: Poll

Athens: Most Greek citizens are pessimistic and anxious about their country’s economic situation in 2016, a poll showed on Saturday. Up t...Read More

Gems, jewellery sector hit by sluggish Chinese demand, says GJEPC

Gems, jewellery sector hit by sluggish Chinese demand, says GJEPC

Mumbai : The country’s gems and jewellery industry has been severely hit due to a major slowdown in China and Eurozone, industry body GJE...Read More

Alexis Tsipras fights for 2nd chance as knife-edge Greek polls open

Alexis Tsipras fights for 2nd chance as knife-edge Greek polls open

Athens: Greece’s maverick leader Alexis Tsipras was today fighting for a second chance to govern the struggling eurozone nation in a tens...Read More

Greek parliament to vote  on controversial bailout

Greek parliament to vote on controversial bailout

IMF warns Greece would need far more debt relief to stop it crashing out of the common currency than European governments have so far bee...Read More

Greek parliament to vote on controversial bailout

Greek parliament to vote on controversial bailout

Athens: Greece today geared up for a parliamentary vote on draconian reforms demanded by eurozone creditors in exchange for a huge new ba...Read More

Germany, France clash over Greece

Germany, France clash over Greece

Brussels : Divided Eurozone leaders clashed over the fate of Greece on Sunday with a catastrophic exit from the single currency looming l...Read More

Greece PM submits new make-or-break proposal

Greece PM submits new make-or-break proposal

EU President says Greece’s creditors must make a ‘realistic’ proposal for managing the debt if Athens delivers a workable programme

Greece gets until Sunday for proposals to stave off collapse

Greece gets until Sunday for proposals to stave off collapse

EU leaders warn if Greece does not accept a rescue, they have a Grexit scenario prepared in detail

EU, IMF pressure Greeks  days ahead of crucial vote

EU, IMF pressure Greeks days ahead of crucial vote

Athens : The EU and IMF heaped pressure on Greece, warning of the perilous state of the country’s finances, days ahead of a controversial...Read More

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Grexit may stall FPI inflows into India: BofA

New Delhi:  In case of Greece’s exit (Grexit) from the Eurozone, foreign portfolio investment (FPI) equity inflows into India could stall...Read More

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Greece gets temporary lifeline for banks

Athens : Greece got a temporary lifeline for its banks  to help them cope with a deposit drain in the run-up to a summit of the eurozone’...Read More

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German couple compensates Greece for war ‘damages’

Athens : A German couple visiting Greece were hailed as heroes by the local press today after paying €875 ($945) to a town hall in what t...Read More

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Greek Debt Talks Eyed

Mumbai : In a volatile session, the benchmark Sensex surged 230 points in early trade but pared most gains to end with a slender 41 point...Read More

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