The Nifty was down 0.02% to 10,761.45 by 0512 GMT, while the Sensex was up 0.06% at 36,510.87. Both indexes gained around 4.5% in the last four sessions, hitting their highest in four months.
India’s palm oil imports could plunge 20% from a year ago to 7.5 million tonnes in the 2019/20 marketing year ending on October 31.
The Indian arm of global consumer giant Unilever said on July 2 it would rebrand its skin-lightening cream ‘Fair & Lovely’ to ‘Glow & Lovely’.
India in March said all foreign billings for digital services provided in the country would be taxed at 2% from April 1, a move that caught U.S. technology firms off guard as they were battling the coronavirus pandemic.
The relaxation announced by the government will help companies freely price, store and market face masks and hand sanitisers, which have been in high demand since the novel coronavirus became a serious threat in the country.?
CAIT is asking traders and trade associations across the country not to use Zoom as their communication platform any further. It has also called for the adoption of JioMeet video conferencing application
At 9:30 am, Sensex was trading 78 points higher to remain over 36,500, while NSE Nifty was above 10,700 points.?However, markets soon shed gains due to negativity in Asian markets.
The ice cream industry in India is in a meltdown due to coronavirus-induced-lockdown. The reserve migration of labouers during the Covid lockdown has badly affected the sale of ice creams in India. For more, watch the full video.
The Government of India is reviewing around 50 investment proposals involving Chinese companies under a new screening policy, three sources familiar with the matter said.
The Maharashtra government on Monday launched the Mahajobs Portal which will connect the local workforce with employers online and provide employment opportunities to people of the state.
Global stock markets rallied as investors bet on a revival in Chinese activity to boost global growth, even as coronavirus cases continued to surge.
Spot gold was down 0.1% to $1,772.73 per ounce by 0521 GMT. U.S. gold futures fell 0.5% to $1,780.80.