Negative-yield ‘quicksand’ risks trapping even the US bond market
It would be a multi-year process that could be triggered by “a plain-vanilla recession".
Basmati rice drops 10% as sales hit on delayed pay
Iran buys a quarter of India’s annual basmati exports of 4-4.5 million tonnes.
European Union pulls up Pakistan for not taking adequate steps to control terror
India will also impress upon the European Commission the nee...
Theresa May speaks of Brexit frustration in final interview as British PM
May did not reveal whether she backs Jeremy Hunt or Boris Johnson as her replacement, saying only that "they understand the responsibility that this job brings".
India asks for details on work curbs, patent applications from developed nations
The US, EU and Canada are estimated give $160 billion of trade-distorting farm subsidies annually to products including cotton, wool and tobacco.
New figures reveal hike in Indian student applications for UK universities
The overall figures also reflect a significant rise in the number of young people applying to universities, with China way ahead in terms of international student numbers.
Northern Ireland could lose 40,000 jobs in no-deal Brexit
Northern Ireland is widely seen as the most exposed region of the United Kingdom to economic disruption by Brexit due to its land border with EU member the Republic of Ireland.
A new fantasy links Britain and India
While UK is having illusions of regaining national power, India is intoxicated by the belief that it can muscle its way to the global high table.
India probes alleged dumping of flat rolled products of stainless steel from 15 nations
Anti-dumping duties are levied to provide a level playing field to local industry by guarding against cheap below-cost imports.
FSTC secures EASA Level D approval for A320 neo full flight simulator
FSTC currently operates from two locations in the country - Delhi and Hyderabad and have 2 B737 NG, 2 A320, 1 A320neo and 1 Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 simulator.
British Airways faces £183-M fine over data breach
The proposed penalty relates to data theft affecting about 500,000 customers between June and September last year.
Iran passes uranium enrichment cap set by endangered deal
The move came more than a year after Washington pulled out of the landmark accord between world powers and Tehran, which says it has lost patience with perceived inaction by the remaining European partners.
Boris Johnson pledges 'new and improved' trade ties with India as UK PM
"If I am elected Conservative Party Leader and Prime Minister, I will work closely with our friends in the Indian Government, business and society to deliver a truly special UK-India relationship," he said.
More than 2,000 crorepatis in Infosys ranks abroad
Infosys has more than 2,200 employees outside India who earned more than Rs 1 crore last fiscal.
Forecaster expects pound to climb 6% by end of 2019
The pound will climb about 6 per cent to $1.33 by the end of the year .
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