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Top headlines: Markets crash, UK flights suspended over new virus strain

A crash in the domestic markets left investors running for cover in Monday's session as benchmark equity indices tumbled, and more top news of the day

Medics screen passengers after an Air India Express flight brought stranded Indian nationals from Abu Dhabi, UAE, as part of the repatriation exercise ‘Vande Bharat Mission’, at the airport in Kochi. Photo: PTI
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Medics screen passengers after an Air India Express flight brought stranded Indian nationals from Abu Dhabi, UAE, as part of the repatriation exercise ‘Vande Bharat Mission’, at the airport in Kochi. Photo: PTI

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Factors behind markets crash

A sharp crash in the domestic markets left investors running for cover in Monday's session as benchmark equity indices tumbled. The S&P BSE Sensex lost 2,037 points in intra-day deals to hit a low of 44,923.08. The index, however, recovered partially and ended the day at 45,554 levels - down 3 per cent, or 1,407 points. Read here

Delhi HC rejects Future's plea for injunction against Amazon

The Delhi High Court on Monday declined to grant Kishore Biyani-led Future Retail Ltd's (FRL) plea for an interim injunction restraining Amazon from writing to SEBI, CCI

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First Published: Dec 21 2020 | 5:19 PM IST

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