British Prime Minister Theresa May today unveiled her 12-point plan to leave European Union, saying she wants the Brexit deal within two years, but implementation would be 'phased' to avoid a "cliff edge."
The voting for the 45th US presidential elections gets underway. One enduring theme of the campaign has been how unpopular both candidates are, and it's pretty clear that the campaign didn't change the voters' minds about that.
Tata Motors is down 10 percent. Tata Steel is down 8 percent, ICICI Bank, Maruti and Adani Ports are major losers.
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.
Cues to watch out will be the two-day US Fed meeting that begins today. Analysts are not expecting any action from the Federal Open Market Committee, but the central bank could tweak its view on the economy or make changes to its interest rate forecast, when it releases its statement and economic forecasts.
Voters in the state took to the polls on Tuesday for the first primary in the 2016 presidential race - an important contest that could winnow the GOP race before the next showdown in South Carolina.
Social activist Aruna Roy, the force behind the RTI, is not pessimistic about the future of the Act, while Gopal Krishna Gandhi, former governor of West Bengal and an ex-diplomat equates the RTI Act to the right to vote
Several EU leaders had said a 'No' vote could see an end to further bailout negotiations, forcing Greece to leave the 19-nation eurozone -- and possibly even the European Union -- in a "Grexit".
Cairn Energy Plc has told CNBC-TV18 there is no change in its stance to fight India's draft assessment of USD 1.6 billion and confirmed it is still banned from selling shares in Cairn India.
The unions are locked in a dispute with the company about its proposal to change their pension scheme.
In this special show - Mission Delhi - find out whether people of Delhi voted for a change or have they voted for continuity.
India needs to launch a thousand experiments with improving its democracy â€” and this can't happen if we shout down every innovation even before it is tried out. We have too many naysayers and too few doers.
On Saturday, bye-elections for three Lok Sabha seats (in Vadodara, Gujarat; Mainpuri, Uttar Pradesh; and Medak, Telangana) and 33 assembly seats across 10 states were held, concluding what would be a test for the ruling Bhartiya Janata Party to hold on to its momentum.
Even as the stock markets forge fresh all-time highs, another roaring bull market is under way in the Moneycontrol Political Stock Exchange.
Dell Inc postponed its meeting on CEO Michael Dell's USD 24.4 billion buyout offer to July 24, buying time to solicit more proxy votes and drum up more support despite winning shareholders at the eleventh hour.
Del Sehmar, Head of PR & Communications for JLR India told reporters that the company was looking at minimizing loss of production if any, if the workers at DHL, its logistics partner, do go on a strike.
Sachindra Nath, Religare Enterprises and Ajay Srinivasan, CEO, Financial Services, Aditya Birla Group discuss about the newly-passed banking amendment bill.
SP Tulsian of sptulsian.com, says that he don't expect the Nifty to cross 6,000 in this series on cash level; I am not taking into account Nifty Future, which generally rules at a premium of 30-40 points. So, I am not expecting the Nifty on a spot basis to move beyond 6,000 in December.
Rajdeep Sardesai, editor-in-chief, CNN-IBN, says that BJP‘s political strategy clearly has failed on the floor of the House. Unless internal crisis with the BJP is resolved it will give Congress a bit of breathing space.
SP Tulsian of sptulsian.com, says that the market is correcting because of profit booking. All retail stocks ran up much to the expected level and after that possibility of an up side is limited. Also there are some apprehensions or caution on the Rajya Sabha vote. I am hopeful that the Congress will win the vote.
Adi Godrej, chairman, Godrej Group and President, CII, says that Lok Sabha's vote for retail FDI is a very strong signal and this will lead to more reforms. He also feels that pending reforms like FDI in insurance and pension funds will also go through and GST may see light of the day in 2013.
SP Tulsian of sptulsian.com, expects profit booking to come in Tata Steel and JSW Steel and after profit booking theses stock can further move up by about four to five percent. However, he is positive on Hindalco, Sesa Goa and Sterlite.
As Parliament today began discussing FDI in retail under a rule entailing voting, Congress did not hide its displeasure over the "unhealthy precedent" that an executive decision has been put up for legislative vote.
Facebook Inc opened the polls on Monday for its roughly 1 billion users to vote on a variety of changes to the social network's policies, including a proposal to scrap the user voting system that Facebook introduced in 2009.
With voting on FDI in retail becoming a crucial issue in Parliament, BJP and Congress are leaving no stone unturned to muster their numbers and issued three-line whips to their MPs.