Kolkata/UNI: India's largest online insurance marketplace and leading insurtech brand, Policybazaar.com has set up a dedicated special helpline number i.e. 0124-6372005 to support and guide people who have any insurance related queries regarding coronavirus.
Manila/IBNS: The Asian Development Bank (ADB) today announced a $6.5 billion initial package to address the immediate needs of its developing member countries (DMCs) as they respond to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Mumbai/IBNS: The Dalal Street in Mumbai is on Wednesday staring again at a bloodbath as the Indian stock market is tumbling amid the Novel Coronavirus scare.
New York/IBNS: In a move to stock enough necessary items and free up inventory space amid the Coronavirus scare, Amazon.com Inc has announced to suspend sellers from sending non-essential products to its US and UK warehouses until April 5, media reports said.
Mumbai/IBNS: DBS Bank India has announced a series of initiatives and support measures to help customers amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mumbai/IBNS: Amid the outbreak of the deadly Coronavirus, the Indian stock market on Monday witnessed another day of bloodbath with Sensex going down by close to 3,000 points.
Mumbai/UNI: Erasing Thursday's losses, the Rupee on Friday smartly recovered by 30 paise to end strong at 73.92 on selling of US Dollars by bankers and exporters, dealers at Forex Market said.
Mumbai/IBNS: The domestic trading market in India witnessed another day of mayhem as trading was stopped for 45 minutes shortly after the day's trade opened on Friday after the benchmark indices nosedived 10 per cent each.
Mumbai/IBNS: Amid the fear over the Novel Coronavirus outbreak, the Indian stock market witnessed yet another mayhem as Sensex suffered a slide of almost 3,000 points.
Mumbai/IBNS: Amid the fear over the Novel Coronavirus outbreak, the Indian market crashed on Thursday with BSE Sensex going down by over 3,000 points few minutes before the closing bell.
Mumbai/IBNS: Amid the fear over the Novel Coronavirus outbreak, the Indian market crashed on Thursday with BSE Sensex going down by over 2,000 in few hours after the opening bell.
Mumbai/IBNS: Amid the fear over the Novel Coronavirus outbreak, the Indian market crashed on Thursday with BSE Sensex going down by over 1,800 in little more than an hour following the opening bell.
Mumbai/UNI: The benchmark index of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Sensex on Monday dropped by 1482.26 points to 36,094.36 in opening trade on weak global cues amid the rapid spread of coronavirus across the world.
Tokyo/Sputnik/UNI: The Tokyo stock exchange Nikkei index dropped 5.56 percent after one hour of trading on Monday, stock market data shows.
Mumbai/UNI: The benchmark index of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) sensex on Friday tanked by 1,212 points at 37,258 in opening trade following sell-off in global markets, as fear of the spread of the coronavirus and its economic impact gripped investors.