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RBI slaps fine on eight public sector banks for violating norms - Money Control
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) imposed monetary penalty ranging between Rs 1-2 crore on eight public sector banks for violating norms on fraud classification, bill discounting and monitoring of end use of funds.
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RBI’s policy move won’t do much to rev up auto loans - Vivek Kaul, Mint
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates becomes the first to buy liquid-hydrogen superyacht for Rs 4,600 crore - Hindustan Times
Sensex falls 300 points, Tata Steel leads decline in metal stocks - Surajit Dasgupta, Mint
Circulation of Rs 2,000 notes restricted by a top public sector bank: Report - Money Control
RBI Policy: Shaktikanta Das does a Mario Draghi by adopting unconventional tools - Mint
Kia in talks with Tamil Nadu on possibly shifting $1.1-bn plant from Andhra: Report - Aditya Kalra, Sudarshan Varadhan & Aditi Shah, Mint
Kia in talks with Tamil Nadu on possibly shifting $1.1-bn plant from Andhra: Report - Aditya Kalra, Sudarshan Varadhan & Aditi Shah, Mint
Govt's IDBI Bank move may hold a clue for future of public sector banks - Economic Times
‘Purpose behind tax move is to offer a simplified system’: Revenue Secretary - Shishir Gupta & Rajeev Jayaswal, Hindustan Times
Individuals earning salary of over Rs 13 lakh a year to save under new tax regime: Report - Money Control
GDP growth rate for FY19 revised downwards to 6.1% from 6.8% estimated earlier - Mint
Added 60 lakh new tax payers, says FM Sitharaman - Money Control
Gold prices today drop sharply, silver rates slump - Surajit Dasgupta, Mint
Bank strike for 2 days from today. Management refuses 5-day work week, 20% hike - Nikhil Agarwal, Mint
Wipro CEO to step down, search on for successor - Ayushman Baruah, Mint
Nifty, Sensex slip on fears over fast-spreading coronavirus; metal stocks fall - India Today
IndiGo shareholders reject Rakesh Gangwal’s proposal to amend Articles of Association - Leroy Leo, Mint
Sensex falls over 150 points, RIL, IndusInd Bank among top losers - Surajit Dasgupta, Mint
Better incentives spike Ola driver logins by 10% - Aditi Shrivastava & Alnoor Peermohamed, Economic Times
Air India’s buyer may have to bear cost of benefits to staff retiring post deal - Mihir Mishra, Economic Times
Market could fall 5-10% if Budget disappoints; use dips to buy quality stocks - Kshitij Anand, Money Control
Rupee slips 3 paise against US dollar in early trade - Hindu
Sensex rises over 250 pts; L&T, Axis Bank rally 3% - Hindu
Budget 2020: FM Nirmala Sitharaman may propose 5% tax on income up to Rs 7 lakh - Money Control
State Bank chairman says YES Bank ‘will not be allowed to fail’ - Jeanette Rodrigues & Haslinda Amin, Economic Times
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