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    (Sep 11, 2015)
    A new global recession has begun as commodities plunge and emerging mkts falter.
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    (Oct 1, 2015)
    The CMD of HCC asked for a 300 basis points rate cut yesterday.
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    (Oct 27, 2015)
    The situation of ten business groups which have taken on 12% of Indian banking loans has worsened.
  • Does the Sensex 'really' give a return of 16% per year, in the long run?
    (Nov 13, 2015)
    This is essentially a half truth that has been peddled by stock market experts for a long time.
  • The Delhi/NCR real estate market is dead
    (Jul 31, 2015)
    Sales continue to fall at a dramatic rate, with the quarters to sell unsold inventory number rising to 19.
  • No jobs, no sales: Everything is going wrong with real estate
    (Aug 28, 2015)
    As fewer new homes are being built, the construction industry is feeling the heat.
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    (Jul 22, 2015)
    Black money makes things difficult for people wanting to buy a home to live in at multiple levels and stops them from living a happy life.
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    (Aug 7, 2015)
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    (Jun 23, 2015)
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