Wall Street indexes were down on Tuesday though they pulled back from the day's lows after investors fled to safety on worries about a global slowdown in growth while oil tumbled and pressure mounted on Saudi Arabia over the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Oil prices fell as much as 5 percent
Oil prices plunged about 5 percent on Tuesday to two-month lows as a sell-off in global equity markets raised worries about demand growth and after Saudi Arabia said it could supply more crude quickly if needed, easing concerns ahead of U.S. sanctions on Iran. U.S. crude ended the session at $66.43
Saudi Arabia's crown prince trumpeted on Tuesday a conference that has drawn investment deals worth $50 billion despite a boycott over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, declaring the event as "great - more people more money". This year's Future Investment Initiative was overshadowed
Indian Railways Catering and Tourism and Corporation (IRCTC) offers the facility of booking train tickets online, via its website and mobile app. One can make payment through a number of channels, viz. net-banking, debit/credit cards and mobile wallets, among others. However, there are certain extra
Palladium soared to a record high, bringing the precious metal to within striking distance of achieving parity with gold and with additional support from expected renewed demand from China's automotive sector. U.S. gold futures rose 0.9 percent to $1,236.10, also helped by positive currency fundamentals
Siemens and Alstom will receive a warning this week from European Union antitrust regulators that their plan to create a Franco-German rail champion will hurt competition, a person familiar with the matter said on Tuesday. The European Commission, which opened a full-scale investigation into the deal
Saudi Aramco aims to allocate some 2-3 million barrels per day of its crude oil production to petrochemicals, CEO Amin Nasser said on Tuesday, a sign the state energy group is hedging its bets against a possible demand slowdown. Aramco has been boosting its investments in refining and petrochemicals
Fake apps of SBI, ICICI, Axis, Indian Overseas, BoB, Yes Bank and Citi Bank are available on Google Play.
IndiGo, SpiceJet, Jet Airways face credit rating revisions as falling rupee and rising crude prices pose problems.
As teased, the second generation gaming smartphone from Xiaomi Black Shark is now official. The newly launched Black Shark Helo is the successor to the Black Shark launched in China earlier this year. It comes with liquid cooling technology to keep
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Tuesday his government's planned deficit hike in 2019 "won't be touched at the moment", even though the European Commission had rejected Italy's draft budget ...
The Supreme Court said that this would RCom’s last opportunity for clearing the settlement amount it owes Ericsson.
The tragedy occurred when an express train, 2 locals arrived at the station simultaneously and passengers rushed to board trains.
Swiss-based GAM's stringent response to suspected rule breaches by one of its top fund managers has cost it dear - leaving an asset management industry, facing ever tighter regulation, at pains to avoid the same fate. GAM shocked markets in July when it suspended top money manager Tim Haywood for
Lloyds Banking Group and Schroders said on Tuesday they had struck a multi-billion pound wealth management deal aimed at changing the way Britons save and invest. Schroders, Britain's second largest listed fund management group by assets under management, and Lloyds, its biggest retail lender, said
The company, which primarily focuses on government-backed health insurance plans, spent $3.75 billion last year to acquire Medicaid-focused Fidelis Care and doubled down on its Obamacare business, a strategy that has paid off and fueled a 36 percent rise in third-quarter revenue. The midpoint of the
Demand for Gucci handbags proved more resilient than expected in the third quarter, helping to drive a strong revenue rise at the Italian brand's parent Kering at a time of heightened investor nerves over luxury goods companies. Kering has also been under scrutiny over how long its star brand Gucci
Absence of a mechanism for taxpayers to reconcile invoices may lead to loss of significant amount of tax credit.