India's currency, the rupee, has plunged in value. Many local people are feeling the effects of monetary policies from across the world.
Swedish furniture behemoth Ikea is taking longer than expected to open its first store in India, after the firm recently postponed its grand opening in Hyderabad. Analysts say it faces a long journey in a tough market.
The sale of the state-owned airline was one of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's big priorities, but now has had to be postponed indefinitely after no bidders came forward to buy the debt-laden company.
Thousands of desperate farmers across India have taken to the streets to demand loan waivers and higher prices for their produce. The season of agrarian discontent continues. Murali Krishnan reports from New Delhi.
The US president has nominated Jerome Powell as the new chair of the central bank. While Trump wants low rates to boost growth and the stock markets, he knows that what Wall Street values most is safe hands.
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