India’s Nifty Stock Futures Drop on Signs Europe SlowingRajhkumar K Shaaw
Indian stocks climbed for the third day on expectation the European Central Bank will cut interest rate, and as a key adviser to the Prime Minister said tax rules for foreign investors should not be changed.
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