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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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Nifty below 12,200, Sensex in the red; metal stocks shine - Money Control
RIL proposes share swap scheme for Reliance Retail shareholders - Surajit Dasgupta, Mint
RBI warns banks over focus on retail loans - Economic Times
Mukesh Ambani richer by $17 billion in 2019, net worth crosses $60 billion - India Today
Market snaps 4-day record-setting spree, ends marginally lower - Ashwin Ramarathinam, Mint
IMF calls for ‘urgent’ action by India amid economic slowdown - Hindustan Times
RBI shifts assets into US Treasury bonds as share of deposits drop - Aparna Iyer, Mint
RIL counters govt’s move to recover dues in PMT case, calls it prematur - Kalpana Pathak, Mint
Reliance tears into govt affidavit, says no final arbitration award due - Financial Express
Sensex struggles in early trade, RIL falls 2% - Surajit Dasgupta, Mint
RBI goes for ‘Operation Twist’ to bring down long-term rates - George Mathew, Indian Express
Glitches in ITR processing lead to bloated tax liability on capital gains - Sugata Ghosh, Economic Times
RBI's Operation Twist has just delivered a windfall to some MF investors - Ami Shah, Economic Times
Anand Mahindra to become non-executive chairman, M&M board approves transition - Money Control
Public sector bank unions to join January 8 general strike: Report - Money Control
RBI says govt’s counter-cyclical measures beginning to play out - Economic Times
RoC may soon classify Tata Sons as ‘public company' - Kala Vijayaraghavan & Rashmi Rajput, Economic Times
Tata weighs options after NCLAT shock, will move Supreme Court in January - Jayshree P Upadhyay, Mint
We are killing telecom industry in a way that is not conducive: Sunil Mittal - Mint
Gold price unchanged at Rs 38,112 per 10 grams, silver down Rs 75 to Rs 44,200 per kg - Money Control
Nifty around 12,200, Sensex in the red; Yes Bank slips 4% - Money Control
GST Council Meeting: No rate hike, vote for single lottery rate - Nikhil Agarwal, Mint
GST Council likely to leave tax rates unchanged - Gireesh Chandra Prasad, Mint
Big relief for Airtel, Vodafone Idea! Zero-IUC regime put off for a year - Financial Express
Uday Kotak best suited to acquire Yes Bank, says two top bankers - Mint
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