Business and Cryptocurrency News Today: Top Trending and Breaking News Updates - 23 June 2022
|Business and Cryptocurrency News Today: Top Trending and Breaking News Updates - 23 June 2022|
What is India's new foreign trade related portal 'NIRYAT' launched by Prime Minister Modi?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the new premises of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry - 'Vanijya Bhawan' in Delhi and launched a portal - NIRYAT (National Import Export Registry for Annual Trade Analysis). Union Minister Piyush Goyal explained, "NIRYAT is developed as a comprehensive platform for stakeholders and will ensure easy access to relevant information on India's foreign trade."
Harsh Goenka Shares Investors' Response To "Bitcoin Price Crash" Question
RPG Enterprises president Harsh Goenka took to Twitter to share that he asked a Bitcoin investor if he was worried about Bitcoin price falling. The investor replied that he "is worried but sleeps like a baby." However, the investor later clarified: "Like a baby... I sleep for a couple of hours, then I wake up, I cry... and then I go back to sleep."
91-Year-Old Billionaire Rupert Murdoch & Model Jerry Hall To Divorce After 6 Years: Reports
Billionaire media mogul Rupert Murdoch and model Jerry Hall are divorcing, according to reports. Murdoch and Hall married in a London mansion in 2016. The divorce would be the fourth for Murdoch, 91, whose News Corporation empire controls major media outlets, including Fox News and The Wall Street Journal in the US, and The Sun and The Times in the United Kingdom.
Sensex rises 443 points to close at 52,265, Nifty crosses the 15,500 mark
Sensex rose 443.19 points on Thursday to close at 52,265.72 points, while Nifty rose 143.35 points to close at 15,556. Both indices had fallen on Wednesday, two days after ending their six-day losing streak. Reliance Industries, Coal India and NTPC were among the biggest Nifty losers, while Maruti Suzuki, Hero MotoCorp and Eicher Motors were among the biggest gainers.
Mumbai accounts for 20% of India's stalled real estate projects: CREDAI-MCHI
The Mumbai Metropolitan Region accounts for more than 20% of the stalled real estate projects in India, said CREDAI-Maharashtra Chamber of Housing Industry (MCHI) Chairman Boman Irani. As of June 1, of the 35,488 projects in India, 9,304 were completed and more than 26,000 were pending, including regular and stalled projects. "It's important to complete [projects] to maintain a steady cash inflow," Irani said.