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Swedish Firms Give India Thumbs Up As A Favorable Business Destination

India was seen as a favourable business destination by a majority of Swedish companies. The embassy of Sweden in India and the Swedish Chamber of Commerce came out with the 9th edition of their Business Climate Survey report for India on Wednesday. The Business Climate Survey that reflect the views of some of the biggest names in the industry like ... Read More »

The market will ‘continue to see a slow melt-up,’ expert says

While recent market highs may have some concerned about valuations, several experts told CNBC on Friday they expect stocks to move higher, at least for a little while. Both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq managed to eke out new highs Friday, while the Dow Jones industrial average closed just below the flatline to snap a six-day winning streak. “We will ... Read More »

Africa A Top Priority For India, Says PM Narendra Modi At African Development Bank Meet

PM Narendra Modi said India was working with US and Japan to support development in Africa. GANDHINAGAR: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that Africa was a top priority for his government’s foreign and economic policy and pitched for an Asia-Africa Growth Corridor with the support of Japan. PM Modi, who officially inaugurated the 52nd Annual Meetings of the ... Read More »

Trump’s grade on the economy: a B, for now

More than anything else, the performance of the economy during the next several years is likely to determine whether Donald Trump succeeds or fails as president. So how’s he doing? And how should we measure his success in the future? Well, for starters, the economy has earned a solid B since Trump took office in January, according to an exclusive ... Read More »

How this mom turned $775 into a $65 million company in only 5 years

In 2007, Julie Deane’s 8-year-old daughter, Emily, was being bullied — she’d lost her happy, extroverted personality and came home from school with bruises on her arms. The British mother of two made a promise that day to send her children to private school. But Deane only had £600 ($775) to spare, not the £24,000 ($31,000) it would take to ... Read More »

Petrol, Diesel Prices Poised For A Cut. How Much Could You Save

Your visit to a fuel station to fill up petrol or diesel after the 15th of this month may leave you surprised: your bill might be less than you think. Global fuel prices have fallen over the past fortnight while the rupee has remained stable. Oil marketing companies like Indian Oil (IOC) and Hindustan Petroleum (HPCL) have already passed on ... Read More »

Living on a Boat in Florida

Living on a boat is a lifestyle dream for many people in Florida. It offers a sense of freedom from day to day stresses of city living and affords financial benefits to cut down living expenses. If your dream includes living on the water, there are back cove yachts for sale that can help you achieve those dreams. Florida liveaboard ... Read More »

Why Use a Packaging and Quality Control Consultant?

All businesses desire that there products make it to the consumer intact, with the product ready to use. Products that are regulated face tougher scrutiny than most. Hiring a consultant can help ensure that the quality and integrity of your packaging is well within the boundaries of compliance. Regulatory Specifications Selling products that fall under domestic or international regulatory compliance ... Read More »

Are you dating a financial disaster?

The less you know the more you’ll pay down the road. When you’re dating, the last thing you’re thinking about is your bank account. But are you setting yourself up for future financial blunders as you dance your way through potential suitors? He does the cha-cha; you follow gracefully. He changes pace with the California swing; you follow suit. He ... Read More »

Five ways the Trump economy is off to a record-setting pace

Cash has been flowing fast and free in the nascent Donald Trumppresidency, even if some of the economic data points haven’t caught up yet. Several measures indicate record activity in the days since the Republican captured the nation’s highest office in November. Mergers and acquisitions have been in a frenzy, companies have been rushing to market with massive amounts of ... Read More »