Time to stop chasing the highest yielding bond fund: Dhirendra Kumar
First-time investor coming into the market they are extremely reluctant to take on losses. So, the moment they are able to break-even, they get out. That is a psychological thing. It looks like an extraordinary thing to have happened but it is normal behaviour. After a prolonged struggle, once the investors break even, they pull out and that happened here.
After year of living dangerously, Fed likely to signal time to lay low
The Fed is expected to leave its federal funds rate unchanged at a lev...
Deep cyclicals are still some time away from a recovery: Chakri Lokapriya
While India is slowing down, there is a cushion of global support for Indian companies.
Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg is Time's Person of the Year
Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, 16, was named Time Magazine's Person of the Year for 2019, NBC's Today show announced on Wednesday. Thunberg, who turns 17 in January and who is known for her blunt, straightforward speaking manner, has urged immediate action to address what she describes as the global climate crisis.
Now, number porting in service area in 3 days
“Trai has revised the mobile number portability (MNP) process... UPC will be generated only when the subscriber is eligible to port out his mobile number," Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) said in its public notice issued on Tuesday. The revised MNP process will be implemented from December 16.
Infosys awarded UN award in 'climate neutral now' category
Every year, the United Nations honours outstanding achievements in combating climate change through the Climate Action Awards.
Wall Street gains modestly after Fed signals rates to hold steady for some time
The U.S. central bank said moderate economic growth and low unemployment are expected to continue through next year's presidential election.
16-yr-old Greta Thunberg beats Trump to be named TIME's Person of the Year
Other nominees for person of the year included President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
It's all about the money: Salary package most important for freshers, delayed response from employers a major turn-off
Traditional benefits like healthcare coverage, retirement plans & life insurance are preferred.
Hospital stocks turn safe bets amid uncertain times
Investors are now looking at hospitals as many large pharma cos are facing regulatory issues.
It's all a matter of time: Narcissism begins fading away after landing first job
Changes in the levels of narcissism are lifelong, and they don't stop at any certain age.
For some time, Brent to trade at over $64 and WTI around $59: Vandana Hari
The market would not have expected an actual real additional cut and that was the bigger surprise when the announcement came out late Friday Vienna time, that the ministers had decided that the additional voluntary cut by Saudi would remain in place and on top of it, another half a million barrel per day will be withdrawn from the market.
Educating racists is a waste of time
If racism is your platform for point-scoring, bringing up incidents from rival clubs as though this is all a game of Top Trumps, you’re – and I’m going to phrase this as nicely as possible – quite pathetic. You can’t fix stupid and it’s scary to think just how much of the population are sat fist-pumping in the knowledge there are no cameras ready to record their discrimination.
Nirmala Sitharaman, Ravi Shankar Prasad to speak at Times Network’s India Economic Conclave
Over the years, India Economic Conclave has been instrumental in addressing critical issues related to the country’s economy. As a platform, it has brought together the sharpest minds in business, governance and policymaking and has become the hallmark of economic thought leadership.
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