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Read more about I-T dept unearths undisclosed income of Rs 7,961 cr post demonetisation on Business Standard. National Crime Record Bureau seized Rs 18.7 cr till Nov 30, 2017... [Read More]
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Discover our predictions for how 5 major economic metrics will perform next year. [Read More]
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Business Insider senior editor Josh Barro sits down with Paul Krugman, a Nobel Prize-winning economist and distinguished professor of economics at the City University of New York. They address the one-page sheet released by the Treasury department this past week, which argued that President Trump's economic policies — including the tax bill — will shrink the government deficit. Krugman says that the gross domestic product (GDP) growth forecast put forth was pulled out of thin air, with no backup. He notes that the projections are roughly nine times that of the Joint Committee on Taxation's forecast. Krugman says that... [Read More]
Data on the housing sector highlights this week's economic news. [Read More]
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Ed O'Keefe and David Weigel's recent story in The Washington Post on division within the Democratic Party makes an important point: [From]... [Read More]
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Students who read Facebook for 10 minutes were in aworse moodat the end of the day than students who posted or talked to friends on Facebook. [Read More]
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The global economy is enjoying a Goldilocks moment, with growth and inflation neither too hot nor too cold. The outlook for the global economy appears bright for the moment thanks to steady growth in the world's major economies, in stark contrast to reigning pessimism only a year ago when Britain... [Read More]
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French economy minister Bruno Le Maire has launched legal action against US e-commerce giant Amazon for imposing unfair commercial relationships onto suppliers in the country. [Read More]
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CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the latest read on the U.S. economy from CNBC's All-America Survey. [Read More]
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French economy minister Bruno Le Maire has launched a lawsuit against American e-commerce giant Amazon for imposing unfair commercial relationships to suppliers in the country. The legal action follows an…... [Read More]
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The French finance ministry said Monday it has brought a court case against Amazon for abuse of its dominant position on marketplace, the retail giant's third-party vendor platform. [Read More]
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Letter writer says raising the minimum wage is a start. [Read More]
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I'm not a big fan of winter, but I put up with it for the holidays. I guess it's because when I was a young boy, my Christmas memories weren't so much about material things, but happy times when friends and relatives visited. A visit in those days meant aunts, uncles and a typical 1960s brood of... [Read More]
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Read more about Govt seeks Parliament nod for Rs 33,380 cr net extra spending in FY18 on Business Standard. The additional spending will be on top of an approved spending of Rs 21.4 lakh crore in the annual budget, says finance ministry in a statement... [Read More]
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Iran's economy is starting to recover more rapidly from years of international sanctions but the country urgently needs to shore up its banks, a senior International Monetary Fund official said on Monday. [Read More]
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Read more about Cheaper train tickets? Railways may offer discounts like hotels, airlines on Business Standard. Piyush Goyal also said that in the coming year, plans are being made to maximise utilisation of assets... [Read More]
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Local beds and breakfast inns and restaurants often see cross country travelers, but they recently served visitors who cross the globe while defending the country; and like other travelers, they... [Read More]
Centre to notify gratuity ceiling from time to time... [Read More]
Depositors in banks' need not fret about their monies getting used for any 'bail in' e... [Read More]
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On-demand jobs may be keeping some people from launching their own firms, a study says. [Read More]
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