NSE to remove Jet Airways from daily trading from 28 June - Ashwin Ramarathinam, Mint
The National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) said on Wednesday that shares of Jet Airways (India) Ltd will be removed from daily trading of futures and options effective 28 June, citing the embattled carrier’s failure to respond to queries about persisting rumours in the market.
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Vodafone Idea may pay part of AGR dues to stay afloat - Devina Sengupta & Anandita Singh Mankotia, Economic Times
Consumer strength lifts RIL Q3 net by 13.5% to record ₹11,640 cr - Kalpana Pathak & Ashwin Ramarathinam, Mint
Sensex hits record high; Bharti Airtel, RIL lead gains - Surajit Dasgupta, Mint
Gold prices set for biggest weekly fall in two months - Asha Sistla, Mint
Budget 2020: Date, time and expectations from Modi government on income tax rate cut - Nikhil Agarwal, Mint
Forensic audit finds no fraud, fund diversion at Reliance Home Finance - Economic Times
In a first, Delhi Development Authority sells CWG Village flats at 30% discount - Faizan Haidar, Economic Times
Infosys gains on Q3 earnings, clean chit on whistleblower complaint - Pranati Deva, CNBC
Oil surges as Iran attacks Iraq base housing US troops - Mint
Sensex surges 500 points as US-Iran tensions subside, SBI, ICICI Bank lead gains - Surajit Dasgupta, Mint
Gold price: Yellow metal hits fresh record high as Iran attacks US forces - Money Control
Govt further opens up coal mining; allows non-coal cos to bid, removes end-use restriction - Money Control
Adani Ports to buy majority stake in Krishnapatnam Port for $1.89 billion - Money Control
Gangwal seeks to ease rules on shareholdings in IndiGo; EGM on 29 Jan - Mint
Income tax department issues new 2020 calendar for taxpayers with all deadlines - Nikhil Agarwal, Mint
Cyrus Mistry brought my group disrepute, says Ratan Tata in his SC plea - Economic Times
Railways announces fare hike effective from Jan 1 - NewsMinute
Core sector contraction slows in November, eight infra industries’ growth 0% in Apr-Nov - Kirtika Suneja, Economic Times
Sensex starts new year on strong note, RIL leads gains - Surajit Dasgupta, Mint
Tatas to seek urgent relief ahead of January 9 TCS board meeting - Kala Vijayraghavan, Maulik Vyas & Anandi Chandrashekhar, Economic Times
JioMart: Ambani unveils Flipkart, Amazon competitor - Deccan Herald
FM unveils ₹102 tn infra push to reignite growth - Shreya Nandi, Mint
SBI home loan EMIs to fall, bank cuts external benchmark based rate - Surajit Dasgupta, Mint
Prince Pipes recovers to gain 6% after a weak debut; firm clears the air on Montana case - Money Control
Life Insurance Corp of India raises 2018-19 provisioning by 30% - Shilpy Sinha, Economic Times
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