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Forex reserves rise $1.7 b
THE country's forex kitty was boosted by $1.7 billion for the week ended March 18, taking the total reserves to $142.13 billion, according to the data released by the Reserve Bank of India on Saturday. Forex reserves have been on the rise for ... More

CORPORATE BONDS


IDBI Flexibonds: Not the preferred option
Tax Saving Bond: Avoid More

CREDIT CARDS & DEBIT CARDS


Karnataka Bank to launch new debit card
KARNATAKA Bank Ltd will launch `Moneyplant International Debit Card' on March 29, according to the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Mr Anantakrishna. Inaugurating the first ATM of the bank here, he said the bank, which is customer ... More


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