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Andhra Bank back in the black, posts Q1 standalone net profit of Rs 52 cr - Money Control
State-owned Andhra Bank returned to profit in the first quarter ended June 30, by recording a standalone net profit of Rs 51.56 crore as provisions for bad loans came down. The bank had registered a net loss of Rs 539.83 crore in the corresponding quarter of the previous financial year 2018-19. Sequentially, it had posted a net loss of Rs 1,233.61 crore in the quarter ended March 2019.
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Telecom industry in unprecedented crisis, needs relief from Govt, judiciary: Sunil Mittal - Anandita Singh Mankotia, Economic Times
Gold prices today fall for sixth day in a row, silver rates decline - Surajit Dasgupta, Mint
Yes Bank’s board delay raises concern about quality of offers - Mint
No turnaround at SBI: NPA divergences lead to net loss of Rs 6,968 crore in FY19 - Financial Express
Sensex, Nifty post marginal gains; NBFCs trading higher - Ravindra N Sonavane, Mint
DoT clears Rs 1,500 crore to BSNL, BBNL to pay dues to vendors - Muntazir Abbas, Economic Times
FDI limit in insurance companies may rise to 74% - Sachin Dave, Saloni Shukla & Shilpy Sinha, Economic Times
AMFI monthly report: Outflows from credit risk funds rise, inflows into equity funds plummet 85% - Himadri Buch, Money Control
Markets trade marginally lower; IT stocks weaken - Ravindra N Sonavane, Mint
Sensex off to cautious start, Maruti Suzuki leads gains in auto stocks - Surajit Dasgupta, Mint
Rupee trades flat against US dollar as traders await macro economics data release - Ravindra N Sonavane, Mint
EPFO monthly contribution to be cut to spur take home salary - Prashant K Nanda, Mint
Vodafone Idea will shut shop if there is no government relief: KM Birla - Economic Times
RBI cuts growth forecast to 5%, keeps rate steady - Pioneer
PNB fraud: Nirav Modi declared fugitive economic offender - Pioneer
Saudi Aramco prices shares at top of range in world's biggest IPO: Sources - Money Control
RBI investigating 'net banking' breakdown at HDFC Bank - Ashwin Manikandan, Economic Times
RBI investigating 'net banking' breakdown at HDFC Bank - Ashwin Manikandan, Economic Times
Sensex edges higher; RIL, ICICI Bank among top gainers - Surajit Dasgupta, Mint
RBI will soon re-administer rate cut medicine to cure the slowdown viral - Joydeep Sen, Mint
Mukesh Ambani starts another tariff war with Jio Fiber's rock-bottom tariffs - Business Insider
States demand pending GST compensation - Economic Times
Vodafone Idea increases tariff from December 3 to cover AGR costs - Free Press
In Deep Waters: Delhi Govt is owed Rs 9,323 Cr in unpaid Bills; Northern Railways biggest defaulter - News18
Reliance Jio to raise mobile services rates by up to 40% from 6 December - J Jagannath, Mint
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