The 3 payment banks have plans for your money - Priyanka Pani, Business Line
With three players launching their payments bank services, consumers now have more choice for their banking needs. Going by the rate of interest being offered for deposits, Airtel seems to be the most aggressive. The telecom operator’s payments bank provides the highest interest raá¹­e on deposits at 7.2 per cent, followed by India Post at 5.5 per cent and Paytm at 4 per cent. Most of traditional banks offer about 4-5 per cent interest on deposits.
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No end to worries for automakers as sales continue to fall in February - Amit Panday, Mint
Vodafone Idea’s exit may increase Airtel, Jio’s opex & capex: Analysts - Kalyan Parbat, Economic Times
Six income tax slabs in, 70 exemptions out: Impact on taxpayers - Babar Zaidi, Economic Times
It is possible to fix the economy - Meenal Jagtap, Pioneer
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This stock delivered 1,000% returns in 10 years, but now at 52-week low: Is it a good bet to look at? - Ami Shah, Economic Times
Centre Mulls SPV With 5G Sweetener as Solution to India's Telecom Crisis - Manoj Gairola, Wire
Amazon not doing India a favour by investing $1 billion: Piyush Goyal - Money Control
Reliance Jio, Retail likely to be strong in Q3; petchem could see some pressure - Money Control
When Vodafone Idea shuts, govt will be biggest loser! - Sunil Jain, Financial Express
Worst economy in 42 years needs an honest look - Andy Mukherjee, Economic Times
Oil prices on the boil as Middle East simmers - Sanam Mirchandani & Sanjeev Choudhary, Economic Times
Is DoT building a case in favour of Airtel and Vodafone Idea? - Manu Kaushik, Business Today
How India's economy came back down to earth - Daniel Moss, Economic Times
Banks to turn around in 2020, but may find more dirt than gold - Aparna Iyer, Mint
Digital skills to decide pay hikes at Infosys - Ayan Pramanik, Economic Times
Where has all the money gone from the system? - Monika Halan, Mint
Is SBI really buying Yes Bank? India’s largest PSU bank clarifies stand - Financial Express
Ahead of fund raising plan, Moody's shocker for Yes Bank - Money Control
As Yes Bank revels its Secret Santa, investors want to wait for the gift - Aparna Iyer, Mint
Your voice call rates may soon rise 67%; data to get 20% dearer - Manu Kaushik, Business Today
Inside the battle to save India’s telcos - Mobis Philipose, Mint
What if Reliance Jio's wish to see Vodafone-Idea, Airtel fall comes true? - Manu Kaushik, Business Today
Why is Sensex rallying despite poor health of the economy? - Amit Mudgill, Economic Times
This is how India ruined its mobile phone companies - PR Sanjai and Ragini Saxena, The Print
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