Any sign that influential money managers like BlackRock are doubling down on Paytm may help ease concern about the sustainability of an Indian stock-market boom.
A LocalCircles poll showed 54% of the people surveyed don’t want the government to legalise cryptocurrencies but instead to tax them like a digital asset held in a foreign country.
The state-run company is facing pressure from high diesel prices and an increase in salaries of employees due retroactively from July.
The bill to be presented by the central govt in Parliament may stipulate a minimum amount for investments in digital currencies while banning their use as legal tender.
Overall, Shimla, Coimbatore & Thiruvananthapuram have topped the Niti Aayog's SDG Urban Index, while Dhanbad & Meerut are the worst performers.
The increasingly bitter feud has raised the possibility of a messy unraveling of the $18 bn British-Indian group, which employs over 150,000 people in 38 nations.
Demand during the festive season has helped keep momentum rolling. Data due 30 November will probably show July-September GDP grew 8.2% from a year ago.
Paytm shares have fallen about 30% since it started trading, with a slight rebound Tuesday. Planned smaller IPOs could have a harder time pricing shares now.
After the repeal of farm laws, protesting farmers now want govt to make MSP a legal guarantee for all 23 crops covered under the safety-net framework.
BlackRock has rejigged its Asia-focused portfolios to have more neutral positions on China, up from underweight, and narrowed its underweight call on internet services companies.