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The retailer said it saw weaker sales growth than forecast over the first half of the year, as it reported falling group revenues.
Although economic sentiment remains above the long-term average, it has recently worsened amidst weaker confidence in construction and export-oriented manufacturing.
The main beneficiaries of a weaker currency are exporters and holders of foreign-currency denominated assets, Capital Economics economist Neil Shearing said in a recent note.
Summary: Vijayawada (Andhra Pradesh)[India], Aug 19 (ANI): Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) on Monday urged the Jagan Mohan Reddy government to implement the reservation for economically weaker sections (EWS) in state government jobs.
Unilever has played down the possibility of further food and drink portfolio exits, despite weaker ice cream sales and an overall fall in food sales volumes dragging back first-half revenues.
Several weaker aftershocks were recorded by Phivolcs, ranging from magnitude 1.7 to magnitude 3.5.
Within this, sub-targets of 10 and 18 percent of ANBC or Credit Equivalent amount of OBE, whichever is higher, as of preceding March 31st, have been mandated for lending to weaker sections and Agriculture respectively.
The Supreme Court on Thursday sought responses from the Centre and CBSE on a plea seeking 10percent reservation for economically weaker sections in the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET), 2019.
Bhutan's economic growth projection istrailing behind the South Asia region'saverage growth rate, according to theAsian Development Bank's (ABD)outlook.This is the second time that thecountry's economic growth slippedand is attributed to the slowing of theconstruction of hydropower projects anddeclining electric power production.According to the outlook,provisional estimates show that the GDPgrowth in 2017-2018, slowed furtherfrom 6.3% in 2016-2017 to 5.5% onthe back of weaker performance of theindustry, slowdown inconstruction ofhydropower projects and weaker flowsaffecting power generation.
Malaysian palm oil futures dropped on Thursday, snapping two sessions of gains as they tracked weaker overnight soyoil on the US Chicago Board of Trade and drew profit taking.
said its net income dropped 29 percent last year to P27.89 billion, from the previous year's P39.51 billion dragged by its airline and food units due to higher fuel and input costs, and the weaker peso.
GCC countries this year will face weaker oil output compared to 2018 levels, due to the production cuts agreed by OPEC+ nations in December, according to Moody's Investors Service.