In particular, all eyes are on UP and Punjab, two key states in which the BJP faces a tough battle; the outcome could have a bearing on policy-making and economic reforms at the Centre.
â€œThere are so many anti-incumbency issues in UP. Still, if the Opposition wants to do a referendum on demonetisation, we are ready for it. People of UP are with BJP on the issue of demonetisation,â€ Amit Shah told Network 18 Group Editor-in-Chief Rahul Joshi.
DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - A trade war between the United States and China and a strengthening dollar are among the biggest threats to a brightening global economic outlook, according to leading economists at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Interior Ministry projections suggested the No camp, led by the populist Five Star Movement, had won the referendum with the backing of 59.5 per cent of those who voted.
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India‘s macro story looks very good, says Sanjeev Prasad of Kotak Institutional Equities. Speaking to CNBC-TV18 Prasad said that global events are hard to predict.
The overwhelming view from economists is that it is too early to know how Britain will cope with years of Brexit uncertainty - but there is a growing belief the country can avoid a recession that only weeks ago was regarded as likely.
Following Thursday's referendum in which Britons voted to leave the European Union, London has to invoke the so-called Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, starting two years to negotiate the terms of its exit.
The impact would cut revenue per seat -- a key measure of business efficiency for airlines -- by some five per cent "at least" in the six months to September 30 when compared to the same period last year, it said in a statement.
A state leaving the EU must formally notify the European Council of all 28 EU leaders under Article 50 of the 2007 Lisbon Treaty, setting the clock ticking on a two-year period for Britain to negotiate its divorce.
In an interview with CNBC-TV18, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said he does not see too much impact on the Indian economy arising out of Brexit.
The US Federal Reserve will have to assess both domestic and international headwinds and ensure enough liquidity in the market before taking any decision on rate, says Jane Foley, Sr FX strategist of Rabobank.
Tata Motors is down 10 percent. Tata Steel is down 8 percent, ICICI Bank, Maruti and Adani Ports are major losers.
Discussing commodities, David Lennox of Fat Prophets says that if the UK decides to leave, US dollar will rally, which in turn, will not be good for the commodities.
James Glassman of JPMorgan said the longer problem was whether the world has seen the last of this issue or whether there would be more referendums in future, if UK does vote to stay this time.
Wall Street opened higher for the fourth straight day on Thursday as Britain seemed to swing towards remaining in the European Union, a scenario that would avert a possible financial crisis.
Forty-eight million voters will today not only decide United Kingdom's fate in the European Union but also potentially of the Union itself.
Just a few hours to go for the European Union (EU) referendum today, it could be a cliffhanger as the â€˜remain camp‘ holds a slender lead in opinion polls. CNBC-TV18's Sanjay Suri gets the world a closer look at the action so far.
A 'Leave' vote may not immediately result in the UK exiting the UK and a narrow 'Remain' may also impact UK politics, finds Credit Suisse.
Asia were mixed in early trade, following losses in US stocks, as investors remained on edge ahead of the UK vote on whether to leave the European Union (EU). In Japan, the Nikkei 225 was up 0.24 percent, while across the Korean Strait, the Kospi was down 0.39 percent.
British politicians today made their final pitch to a bitterly divided electorate on the eve a crucial referendum to persuade undecided voters of the merits of remaining in or leaving the 28-member EU with polls showing a razor-tight race whose outcome could shape Europe's future.
The worst-case-scenario estimate is in internal documents seen by both sources that were prepared by the firm's chief economist, David Rea, to outline the possible consequences if Britons vote to leave the world's biggest trading bloc in Thursday's referendum.
Expert expects the market to be rangebound till the Britain's referendum on June 23 that will decide whether UK to stay in European Union or leave.
Prime Minister David Cameron today made a last-ditch direct and personal appeal to British voters to vote in favour of remaining within the EU, pleading them to think of the consequences of their "momentous decision" on the "hopes and dreams" of their children and grandchildren.
While polls have painted a contradictory picture of public opinion ahead of Thursday's vote, betting odds have consistently indicated a high probability of a vote to remain.