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Rupee suffers biggest slump in 6 years; closes at 4-mth low of 70.73 on yuan shock

Rupee suffers biggest slump in 6 years; closes at 4-mth low of 70.73 on yuan shock
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We have been victimised, say Jet employees

Employees of beleaguered Jet Airways gathered at Jantar Mantar, Delhi on Tuesday demanding clarity on the future of the airline and salaries.
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Gold slips from all-time high level, falls Rs 163

Tracking gold, silver also declined by Rs 80 to Rs 43,020 per kg on reduced offtake by industrial units and coin makers. ...

Target has ‘deal days,’ eBay plans a ‘crash sale.’ Here’s how retailers are taking on Prime Day — and throwing some shade at Amazon

On Prime Day, which started in July 2015 as a way to mark the company’s 20th anniversary, Amazon Prime members can buy highly discounted products. The deals are applied to most of the goods Amazon sells. And many items will sell out within minutes, creating a sort of Black Friday scramble where people are trying to buy things as quickly as possible....

Wayfair employees protest apparent sale of children’s beds to border detention camp, stock drops

KEY POINTS Wayfair employees are trying to rally support for a walkout at the company’s Boston headquarters Wednesday. ...

It should be a better summer for us this year: Havells CMD Anil Rai Gupta

Through a vast range of products, Havells India has established itself as a leading fast moving electrical goods company. The growing rural market and its Lloyds portfolio are its key focus areas, its chairman and managing director Anil Rai Gupta tells Jyoti Mukul in an interview. Edited Excerpts:...

Explained: The real reason why you are not driving an electric car

It seems every major carmaker these days is thinking about electric vehicles in some capacity. At one of the world’s largest auto shows in Shanghai this year, several manufacturers boasted their snazzy concept cars and talked up imminent launches. Electric-vehicle sales are rising fast, and battery installation is climbing — largely thanks to China, where battery demand rose more than 175 per cent in the first quarter....

Looking for trade war winner? There aren't any, not even in Southeast Asia

The damage isn’t limited to Indonesia. Across the region, stocks in the MSCI Emerging Markets Asean Index on average have fallen 4 per cent so far this month. In theory, Southeast Asia should be fairly immune to the US-China trade war: Their exports don’t end up assembled and repackaged in China, and then resold to the US (thereby subjecting them to indirect tariffs). If anything, the region could be one of the biggest beneficiaries of the dispute. American companies may be tempted to buy sem...

What's the secret of life satisfaction?

What you spend rather than what you earn helps to determine how satisfied you are with life, a new study says....

Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Fiat Chrysler, Alphabet, Applied Materials & more

Consumer and industrial activity in both the U.S. and China slowed in April, even before the world’s two biggest economies entered the latest phase of an escalating trade war that could take a bite out of global growth....