December 01, 2022

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Inflation Eases In Europe As Energy Prices Fall

Inflation Eases In Europe As Energy Prices Fall

Inflation has eased in Europe for the first time in more than a year as energy prices have fallen from painful highs, but the double-digit rate remains near a record, robbing consumers of their purchasing power and prompting economists to predict a recession. The consumer price index in the 19 eurozone...
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China To Relax Covid Curbs Amid Nationwide Protest

China To Relax Covid Curbs Amid Nationwide Protest

China appears likely to relax some of its strict zero-Covid rules after rare protests in several cities last weekend called for an end to strict Covid curbs, according to a senior Chinese official’s comments and reports on Thursday. According to the official news agency, Xinhua, Vice-Premier Sun Chunlan...
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How Debt Mutual Funds Score Over Fixed Deposits

How Debt Mutual Funds Score Over Fixed Deposits

Of late, several Mutual Fund investors who had migrated from Fixed Deposits in the aftermath of the pandemic induced low interest rate regime are seriously considering reversing their tracks. After all, FD rates are on the rise (in sync with increasing repo rates) and debt funds haven’t exactly delivere...
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Eight Core Sector Growth Slows Down By 0.1% In Oct

Eight Core Sector Growth Slows Down By 0.1% In Oct

India’s core sector growth dropped to 0.1 per cent in October in comparison to 8.7 per cent in the same month last year, according to government statistics released on Wednesday. In September, the core sector’s output growth stood at 7.8 per cent. ICI measures the combined and individual per...
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Climate Investment Is ‘Cool’

Climate Investment Is ‘Cool’

About one fourth or 25 per cent of the Indian population uses air conditioners. While this is not a majority, it still has a significant impact on the environment. Not only do cooling devices consume a significant portion of the electricity at home, they also releases harmful gases in the atmosphere.  T...
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Centre Lifts Ban On Organic Non- Basmati Rice Exports

Centre Lifts Ban On Organic Non- Basmati Rice Exports

The Central government on Tuesday relaxed the ban on exports of organic non-basmati rice due to a reduction in domestic supply that lowered costs. To boost domestic availability, the government banned the export of broken rice at the beginning of September. Following a spike in retail prices, a 20 per c...
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Yield Curve Inversion Reaches New Extremes

Yield Curve Inversion Reaches New Extremes

The 10-year Treasury is yielding less than the 2-year note by the largest amount since the 1980s. This unusual relationship between yields reflects investors’ bets on easing inflation and future rate cuts. Doonited Affiliated: Syndicate News Hunt Source link
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Tata Group To Consolidate Air India And Vistara

Tata Group To Consolidate Air India And Vistara

It’s official now! In an official statement, the Tata Group announced the consolidation of its airlines. With this consolidation, Air India shall be India’s leading domestic and international carrier with a combined fleet of 218 aircraft, making it India’s largest international carrier and second-...
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Twitter Rolls Out Algorithm To Check Low Quality Notes

Twitter Rolls Out Algorithm To Check Low Quality Notes

The algorithm update would help more low quality notes get identified, with more contributors who consistently write low quality notes having their writing ability locked (and must earn it back) and contributor helpfulness scores improve with more scoring data, said the company. In a move to make the so...
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