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GST is here. Is it time to look at logistics stocks?

As the nation prepares for implementation of the goods and services tax (GST) laws, the performance at the bourses of transport and logistics companies – once considered as one of the key beneficiaries under the one nation, one tax regime – has been a mixed bag thus far in calendar year 2017 (CY17).   Five of the 10 stocks in ... 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 »

What the Heck is Happening at Your Bank These Days?

If you’re like many Americans, you may be making fewer trips to the bank and instead taking care of check deposits with a mobile app or tracking account balances with a few mouse clicks. Digital banking is undeniably gaining ground over the old brick-and-mortar process. But about 84 percent (PDF) of banking customers still visit branches at least occasionally, according ... Read More »

RBS Why we should be angry at the Chancellor’s willingness to sell the taxpayer’s stake at a loss

Philip Hammond’s policy on Royal Bank of Scotland resembles that of a market trader with perishable goods to dispose of at the end of the day. Roll up, roll up. I’ve got a bank ’ere going cheap. Half price and three for two. Take this off my hands! It’s got to go! He didn’t quite put it that way when ... Read More »

Oakland Raiders Well Represented At NFL Finance Bootcamp

From Karl Joseph, to Gabe Holmes, the Oakland Raiders were well represented at last week’s NFL Finance Bootcamp held in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Linebacker Cory James, Running Back DeAndré Washington, Tight End Gabe Holmes, Safety Karl Joseph, Running Back Jalen Richard, and Linebacker Tyrell Adams The Oakland Raiders were well represented at last week’s NFL Finance Bootcamp held in Ft. ... Read More »

Australia’s budget drips with red ink, top credit rating at risk

Australia’s conservative government on Monday forecast a A$10 billion deterioration in its budget deficit over the next four years but still hoped to snatch a surplus by 2021 and forestall a damaging downgrade of its top credit rating. There have been fears the update could trigger a cut in the country’s prized triple-A rating and push up borrowing costs on ... Read More »

Post-Brexit deals ‘not at price of EU free trade ties’

Post-Brexit trade deals should not “come at a price” to existing agreements with other EU nations, ex-chancellor George Osborne says. But he told the BBC’s Andrew Marr the UK needed a “hard-headed assessment” of issues such as the EU customs union. On the same programme, International Trade Secretary Liam Fox did not reveal his stance on the customs union, which ... Read More »

Iceland Foods hits back at Icelandic government over trademark

The supermarket Iceland claims that the Icelandic government is “not willing to hold any serious discussion” to reach agreement in a trademark dispute. The country has launched legal action against the chain, claiming it prevents the nation’s firms from describing their products as Icelandic. Iceland Foods owns the European trademark for using the name Iceland. The company sent a delegation ... Read More »

Carney says will not extend his time at BoE again

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said on Tuesday he would not consider a further extension of his time in charge of the British central bank, which is now due to end in June 2019. “I will leave June 30, 2019,” Carney said in response to a question during a regular meeting with lawmakers in parliament. The Canadian said on ... Read More »

Tesco grows sales at fastest rate in three years – Kantar Worldpanel

Britain’s biggest supermarket Tesco (TSCO.L) saw sales grow at their fastest rate in three years in its most recent trading period, industry data showed on Tuesday, consolidating its return to market share growth and sending its shares higher. Market researcher Kantar Worldpanel said Tesco’s sales grew by 2.2 percent year-on-year in the 12 weeks to Nov. 6, boosting its share ... Read More »