2021-02-24 11:56:51| The Economic Times
Aadhaar authentication for GST registration will not be needed for a government establishment, local authority, public sector undertaking or any specialized agency of the United Nations Organization or for consulates or embassies of foreign countries, the Board said in a notification.
2021-02-24 08:53:47| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news Sterling has hit $1.42 today, first time since April 2018Also at one-year high vs euroAnalysts: reopening plan lifts poundBut investors worry that inflationary pressures could force central banks to tightenFed chair warns US economic recovery uneven and far from complete 7.53am GMT We also have confirmation that Germanys economy avoided a double-dip recession.German GDP grew by 0.3% in the final quarter of 2020, new official figures show, up from a previous estimate of 0.1% growth.Good Morning from #Germany which grew 0.3% in Q4, way faster than previously expected 0.1% amidst lockdown. Capital investment in construction contributed to growth in Q4 of 2020. Foreign trade increased at the end of the year and had an upward effect on German GDP. pic.twitter.com/oQzLpBXNQpIn sum, the construction sector, industrial activity and foreign demand helped to stop the German economy from falling into contraction during the second lockdown The downside to these factors, however, is that it is very unlikely they will again prove to be strong insurance against contraction in the fourth quarter. Instead, the stricter lockdown measures since mid-December, the harsh winter weather in February, a reversal of any pre-Brexit hoarding in the UK and weaker foreign demand at least from other eurozone countries have increased the risk of an unwelcome rotation. The growth drivers of the fourth quarter could easily become drags in the first.The drivers of German GDP growth in the fourth quarter could easily become drags in the first, writes @carstenbrzeskihttps://t.co/QrYrN0wqmg 7.36am GMT Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business.The pound has hit a new three-year high against the US dollar, amid optimism about the UKs economic prospects as the country prepares to start reopening from the pandemic lockdown. Related: Step by step: how England's Covid lockdown will be lifted The pound has continued its advance to multiyear highs against the US dollar, as markets take the not unreasonable view, barring some serious missteps from the government, that the UK economy will probably be one of the first major economies to start to ease restrictions in the coming weeks.The whole debate over negative rates, which has taken up so much time over the past couple of years seems somewhat moot right now, with some market participants now hedging themselves against the prospect that the Bank of Englands next move may well be a rate rise. Who saw that coming? Related: Shares in UK travel and hospitality firms surge in response to roadmap British employment plunged 114K in the three months to December, but the average earnings excluding bonuses rose 4.1% in December from 3.6% printed a month earlier and the jobless claims in January fell 20K versus an additional 35K expected by analysts.The idea that improved wages would translate into a faster inflation and refrain the Bank of England (BoE) from pulling out the negative rate weapon revived the GBP-bulls, although the strong appreciation in sterling should neutralize a part of the consumer price pressure in the coming months. Related: UK unemployment rises to 5.1% as Covid lockdown freezes economy Related: Fed chair warns US economic recovery 'uneven and far from complete' European Opening Calls:#FTSE 6572 -0.81%#DAX 13802 -0.45%#CAC 5748 -0.56%#AEX 661 -0.40%#MIB 22854 -0.37%#IBEX 8225 -0.33%#OMX 2010 -0.34%#STOXX 3669 -0.55%#IGOpeningCall Continue reading...
2021-02-24 08:21:33| Mondaq.Com
Businesses are often faced with "emergency" situations which may mean the destruction of the enterprise if immediate legal relief is not sought and obtained.
2021-02-24 02:42:00| Fool.com Headlines
The deal could be worth around $15 billion.
2021-02-23 21:31:06| Fool.com Headlines
PSB earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2020.