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Article on June 24, 2016

Brexit: A Shock For Markets, Or A Crisis?

The UK economy will slow sharply. Our best estimate is that growth will slow from an annualised pace of 1.6 per cent to around 0.6 per cent in the second half of 2016, with a similar growth rate achieved in 2017

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Kenya Takes Ownership Of Refinery After Buying Essar's Stake

Kenya took ownership of a petroleum refinery in its port city of Mombasa by finalising the acquisition of a 50 per cent stake that had been held by India's Essar Energy, the Finance Minister said

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Brexit: It Is All About Second Derivatives & Central Banks

The response of the public sector, and in particular central banks, will be the key of financial asset pricing and volatility.

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What Happens Next With The Brexit Vote?

With Britain choosing to leave the EU in a historic referendum, it faces the prospect of a Conservative Party leadership contest and a long and hard road of negotiations between the UK and its leading trade partner

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Government, RBI Seek To Soothe Wracked Investor Nerves After Brexit

Seeking to calm turbulent markets following Brexit, government and RBI on Friday said India's sound macro-economic fundamentals backed by planned structural reforms and firewalls will help it weather any major fallout of UK's leaving the European Union

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Cannes Lions 2016: AdLand Chiefs Set Aside Differences For A Better World

The advertising industry is known for its highly competitive, at times very egotistical people who barely exchange pleasantries, let alone work together

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Tata Trust Teams Up With UChicago To Build Research Centre

The Tata Centre for Development at UChicago, led by the University of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy in the United States and the University of Chicago Trust, a charitable trust, in India, will integrate evidence-based policy research

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Brexit Fallout: Sensex Crashes 605 Points, Nifty Takes 181-Point Hit

The Sensex plunged by 604.51 points on Friday to 26,397.71, its biggest single-day fall in nearly four months, as a shock victory for 'Leave' camp in the UK referendum sent markets across the world into a tailspin

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India Is Home To Largest 'Diabetes' Drugs Market Worldwide

Diabetes has been termed the 'Mother of all Diseases' and sadly despite of tremendous research by the medical industry, a permanent solution for it is yet to be found

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India Continues To Get More H-1B Visas Despite Fee Hike: Verma

Almost all Indian IT companies would be paying between $8,000 and $10,000 per H-1B visa as per the hike

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