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Flipkart Big 10 Sale Offers on Mobile Phones Announced: Here Are the Best Deals

HIGHLIGHTS iPhone 7 32GB is priced at Rs. 43,990 Redmi Note 4 open sale begins at 12pm Google Pixel exchange offer up to Rs. 29,000 Flipkart shoppers waiting for offers on mobile phones finally got their wish as the Big 10 Sale entered its second day. The highlight of the Flipkart was the promise of the “lowest price… Read More »

Allianz plays down talk of big deals as hands cash to investors

Allianz (ALVG.DE) played down talk of it making a major acquisition any time soon as its chief executive Oliver Baete said on Friday the German insurer could grow without deals. The Munich-based group said it would return up to 3 billion euros (£3 billion) to shareholders, but made clear this did not exclude the possibility of it being… Read More »

Trudeau praises Ceta as ‘blueprint’ for trade deals

Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his country’s Ceta trade deal with the EU will help middle-class families and set the standard for future trade deals globally. Addressing the European Parliament, he called Ceta “a comprehensive blueprint for responsible economic co-operation”. MEPs approved Ceta on Wednesday, after nearly eight years of negotiations. Most trade tariffs will be removed.… Read More »

Post-Brexit deals ‘not at price of EU free trade ties’

Post-Brexit trade deals should not “come at a price” to existing agreements with other EU nations, ex-chancellor George Osborne says. But he told the BBC’s Andrew Marr the UK needed a “hard-headed assessment” of issues such as the EU customs union. On the same programme, International Trade Secretary Liam Fox did not reveal his stance on the customs… Read More »

Millions of bank customers on raw deals, figures suggest

Millions of people who have basic bank accounts may be paying higher fees than necessary, government figures indicate. Basic bank accounts are designed for people who do not already have a bank account and are ineligible for a standard current account. While eight million people have basic accounts, around half of them are still liable to pay fees… Read More »

Pfizer decides against split-up; more deals seen likely

Pfizer Inc (PFE.N), which was considering splitting itself for more than two years, said on Monday it would not do so, prompting shareholders to expect more deals that could bolster its roster of new medicines. The largest U.S. drugmaker said its lengthy analysis determined that splitting off its low-growth generics from its patent-protected branded products would not boost… Read More »

Tens of thousands protest in Europe against Atlantic free trade deals

Tens of thousands of people protested in European cities on Saturday against planned free trade deals with the United States and Canada they say would undermine democracy and lower food safety, environmental and labor standards. Organizers — an alliance of environmental groups, labor unions and opposition parties — said 320,000 people took part in rallies in seven German… Read More »

Twitter, Facebook Announce New Live-Streaming TV Deals

Television, as we know it, is changing. It’s not a massive, all-in-one switch, it’s not something that’s going to mean an immediate alteration to your consumption habits overnight. But the shift is definitely in progress, and steady progress at that. I’m talking, of course, about live-streaming and the many ways in which the latest social media offering is infiltrating the wider… Read More »

India’s floundering bank debt-for-equity deals a warning for China

Indian lenders are struggling to find new owners for unprofitable steel and infrastructure companies they took over under a debt-for-equity swap, a warning sign for China, which is launching a similar scheme. Indian banks have either taken over or are in the process of seizing majority control in 18 firms with a combined debt of about $15 billion,… Read More »

Millennial women turning to social media to close business deals

illennial women are most likely to embrace social media to close business deals, a new study shows. Just under half of women aged under 35 agreed it enabled them to improve relationships with customers and prospects compared to 41 per cent of men, according to data seen exclusively by Telegraph Women. Out of more than 1,000 professionals surveyed by… Read More »