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June 29, 2018, Friday | Reuters
Unless the disputes get resolved, traders worry that tariffs on imported goods will start feeding into other markets, including oil
April 30, 2018, Monday | Markets
The metal slid 1 per cent last week on the back of a stronger dollar and a rise in Treasury yields to above 3 per cent
April 07, 2018, Saturday | International
China warned it was fully prepared to respond with a "fierce counter strike" of fresh trade measures
November 30, 2017, Thursday | Markets
Together the issuer will sell 24.43 per cent or 9,784,570 shares with a face value of Rs 10 each, for up to Rs 650 crore.
November 29, 2017, Wednesday | Companies
Most of the proceeds from the issue will go to the Griffin while the rest to the promoter group, Mayur Toshniwal
November 12, 2013, Tuesday | Companies
The stores will sell products under the Fashion at Big Bazaar brand
April 17, 2012, Tuesday | Companies
Consumers in Maharashtra can expect a 10 per cent reduction in fruit and vegetable prices and farmers can look forward to getting a similar increase in selling prices, following a notification from the Maharashtra government, say retailers and ...
February 13, 2012, Monday | Markets
Pantaloon Retail (INDIA) has dipped 6% to Rs 178 after reporting a consolidated net loss of Rs 7.96 crore for its second quarter ended December, on account of higher interest payments. The Future Group firm retail business had reported a net ...
November 25, 2011, Friday | Technology
The country's most expensive phone, iPhone 4S, would be launched at midnight. The handset had already seen many enquiries from eager customers, both at retail electronics stores, as well as mobile operators. However, none are raising their hopes ...
April 19, 2011, Tuesday | Companies
Future Ventures Ltd, a part of the Kishore Biyani-promoted Future Group, today said it has set a price band of Rs 10-11 per share for its public issue of Rs 750 crore, which is scheduled to open on April 25, the company said.
March 10, 2011, Thursday | Companies
Future Group's retail arm, Pantaloon Retail, has increased the prices of its branded apparel by 18% early this month, a top company official said today.
January 07, 2011, Friday | Opinion
'We 'll sacrifice gross margins in sensitive items'
October 21, 2010, Thursday | Economy & Policy
The Working Group on Consumer Affairs, set up by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, is likely to recommend delisting all essential commodities from futures trading in order to control inflation.
October 10, 2010, Sunday | Markets
The global wheat inventories will be smaller than forecast a month ago because of lower US production, the Department of Agriculture (USDA) said. Grain futures in Chicago surged 9.1 per cent.
July 06, 2010, Tuesday | Markets
English newspapers might have seen a slowdown in business in the recent past, but the vernacular newspaper (especially Hindi) space is growing fast, both in readership and advertisement revenues. Going ahead, too, players like Dainik Jagran, Dainik ...
January 01, 2009, Thursday | Economy & Policy
Retailers may cut prices to spur sagging demand and clear the mounting inventories, keeping in line with the government directive to deal with the demand- supply mismatch.
December 11, 2008, Thursday | Companies
Kishore Biyani's Future Group has said it will cut prices of private labels across all product categories, countering the move of Hindustan Lever (HUL), Marico and other FMCG companies’ decision
April 03, 2008, Thursday | Economy & Policy
A group set up by the Planning Commission has pointed out that the reimposition of controls on wheat and pulses under the Essential Commodities Act (ECA), 1955, has not had any favourable effect on
August 09, 2007, Thursday | Companies
Making its entry into the last-mile retail space, Kishore Biyani-promoted Future Group today said it would set up 1,500 new format fair price shops over the next two years.