Moneycontrol' Sakshi Batra shares more details on how COVID-19 could spell the worst for the realty sector and what should home buyers do who have already bought a house or are planning to buy one?
The images of migrants on roads across India should perhaps help us re-evaluate the often romanticised images of the massive movement of workers annually in China
Telcos could each take a 1-1.5% one-time hit on revenue if they waive call charges for migrant labourer users.
Board-level policies are being looked at by banks for the same
HDFC Bank has delivered manifold returns since it made its debut at the exchanges in 1995.
Repo rate now stands at 4.40% vs 5.15% earlier
The government has chosen to adopt a graded action plan, instead of a big bang one-off push to keep the lights on
Moneycontrol's Sakshi Batra takes us through the latest developments in aviation. She also tells us how critical a government bailout is to prevent the industry from going belly up?
Understand why the share prices of the stock are tanking
Moneycontrol's Shraddha Sharma does a 3 -point analysis to understand the COVID-19 impact on the airline business.
In an unprecedented criticism of telecom operators, the Supreme Court said their action of self-assessment was contempt of court and warned that the bosses of these companies will be jailed.
Balance sheets must not determine the relevance of State-owned production facilities, especially if they are involved in producing medical supplies. This is because health is too valuable to be left to market forces of supply and demand.
Considering all these sectoral losses and global supply chain disruptions, India’s ongoing GDP losses are estimated to be around $5-10 billion (0.15-0.35 percent of GDP).
With planned events and conferences cancelled in light of COVID-19, PR professionals are turning to other ways to keep media and clients engaged
Usage of WhatsApp by insurers is becoming more common in India. But is it necessary?
The central bank has conveyed its concern to the government and sought relief for telcos
The FDI policy earlier allowed 49 per cent foreign investment in the insurance sector, which includes insurance intermediaries
Tata executives have conveyed that they “do not have to pay anything more towards AGR". They added the calculations were confirmed via an internal assessment, which was further verified by an independent consultant