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STOCKS TO WATCH FOR 16-AUG-2017

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Highlights of Indian Union Budget 2017

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley presented the Union Budget 2017, his fourth annual budget, today. Here are the highlights of this year’s budget: ►Income Tax rate cut to 5 pc for individuals having income between Rs 2.5 lakh to Rs 5 lakh ►10 pc surcharge on individual income above Rs 50 lakh and upto Rs 1

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Indian Union Budget 2017

Union finance minister Arun Jaitley mixed poetry with hard-nosed business sense as he presented the Budget for 2017-18, maintaining a tradition that has seen Parliament reverberate with sublime verses over the years. “Iss mod par na ghabra kar tham jaaiye aap, Jo baat nayi hai usay apnaaiye aap (Don’t get nervous and stop at this

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Global Economy week ahead: ECB rate meet, Chinese GDP in focus

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi will have a tricky task next Thursday: give just enough clues about the bank’s next move but not fuel undue expectations that could perturb markets. China will also be in spotlight in the coming week, reporting third quarter GDP figures on Wednesday, with data likely showing steady growth at

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Week ahead: F&O expiry to keep market volatile; banks, autos key

Banking and financial stocks will be in focus towards the end of next week, especially ahead of RBI’s fourth bi-monthly policy statement that scheduled to be announced on October 4. Equities could continue to remain choppy in the week ahead, mainly due to expiry of September derivative contracts. Market was volatile with a downward bias