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Nirbhay Kumar
Lack of spares to hurt A-I flight schedules

Forced to ground over a dozen of its airplanes for want of spares, debt-laden Air India may be needing Rs 1,200 crore to put them back in the skies.

M Muneer
The Next-Gen Marketing Pro

The pace of technological changes and the digitisation of almost everything have driven marketers crazy.

Radhika Vashisht
Expanding Footprint

Saraf Furniture, Rajasthan based online furniture retailer and manufacturer, is planning to expand its footprint in the online and offline market as a part of phase-2 growth.

Falaknaaz Syed
Rs just 7 paise short of 70-mark as Turkey crisis spreads

As Turkish currency lira plunged into deeper crisis due to harsh US sanctions, the contagion spread to broader emerging markets currencies, including rupee which tanked to a lifetime low of 69.93 a

Ravi Ranjan Prasad
Dampened by rain

Uneven monsoon rain distribution across the country may be a cause of worry for the equity market and consumption-oriented companies.

Sangeetha G.
Castor seed prices to remain firm

Having arrested the nine-month-long downward slide, castor seed prices have surged 23 per cent in the past two months due to higher export demand for oil and meal.

Ritwik Mukherjee
Tea production set to decline this year

Given a 4.58 per cent (20.77 million kg) decline in tea output in the first half of 2018, India appears to be heading towards lower production compared with 2017.

Ravi Ranjan Prasad
FY19E earnings likely to grow by 22.8%

At beginning of 2018, our view was that midcaps would under perform largecaps during the year.

Rajiv Nagpal
Consolidation likely before next move

For second consecutive week, both Nifty and market breadth moved in tandem and the divergence between sentiment and indices narrowed.

Rajiv Nagpal
Adopt corrective phase strategies

The Nifty is in a new territory and most stocks ended the week with gains. But for Friday, the market went up on all days and the stock futures segment remained positive.

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