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American optimism about the economy hits an all-time high in new CNBC survey

The public’s views on the economy continue to cruise at lofty levels but the optimism does not appear to be lifting the president’s approval rating. The third-quarter CNBC All-America Economic Survey found 43 percent of the public believes the economy is excellent or good, a record high in the 10-year history of the survey. Thirty-six percent believes the economy will ... Read More »

Godrej Agrovet: The challenge of varied businesses under one roof

At the core, Godrej Agrovet has its animal feed business which generated 53% of revenue last fiscal. Its crop protection and oil palm business generated 15% and 10% revenue, respectively. Graphic by Subrata Jana/Mint Godrej Industries Ltd, the promoter of Godrej Agrovet Ltd, is listing its unit at an opportune time. As Sharekhan Ltd points the listing will help unlock ... Read More »

Current account and a coffee? It’s the bank with a barista

A bank with a barista: the newly refurbished Lloyds branch in Market Street, Manchester. Photograph: Jon Super/UNP It looks like a US tech giant’s office, complete with its own coffee shop, chic “breakout pods”, the latest biometric technology and an events programme. But it’s actually a new Lloyds Bank branch in Manchester. Welcome to the new world of the bank ... Read More »

The entrepreneurs leading 8 of the fastest-growing new retailers in the world share their best business advice

The winners of Shopify’s Build a Bigger Business competition are eight of the fastest growing online retailers in the world. They received a week of mentorship from coaches like Tony Robbins and Tim Ferriss at Robbins’ resort in Fiji. Their best advice is centered on increased self-awareness and is universally applicable. Starting and growing a business can be a lonely, ... Read More »

What changed for the market while you were sleeping? 15 things you should know

The Nifty could see a subdued opening, largely tracking the trends on the SGX Nifty, but global markets’ move could keep the Street on its feet. Frontline indices witnessed a major correction on Friday, with the Nifty closing 157.50 points lower at 9,964.4. The 50-share index, which started with a gap on the lower side, witnessed sustained selling pressure from ... Read More »

The Economy Is Working For Workers, Washington Isn’t

Amid endless stories of Washington’s dysfunction, another powerful story is emerging, and it seems almost independent of any actions of the President or Congress. In poll after poll, public perceptions of the economy’s performance are up. People’s views of their own situations are more positive than at any time in the past 15 years. In its mid-September preliminary analysis of ... Read More »

Top 9 hot stocks which fund managers bought for the first time in August

Retail investors are not leaving any opportunity to miss out on the big bull market which India is witnessing and this is now started reflecting in the massive flows which pushed asset under management (AUM) to a record high of Rs 20 lakh crore last month. The total category wise AUM of the mutual fund industry increased by 3.1 percent ... Read More »

What changed for the market while you were sleeping? 15 things you should know

The Nifty50 which started on a flat note gained momentum but remained volatile throughout the trade on Thursday and closed with marginal gains. The index remained choppy for the most part of the trading session and finally closed with the marginal gains of 7 points at 10,086.60. It rose marginally to 10,126.50 but then witnessed selling pressure which took the ... Read More »

Zombie companies haunt the Canadian economy

e Toronto Stock Exchange and TSX Venture Exchange that he said collectively had negative working capital of $2-billion. Mr. Simon followed up by identifying an additional 512 non-mining companies that together were in the hole – having negative working capital – of an additional $2.1-billion. Zombies haunt the Canadian economy because they drain resources from productive firms, says Glen Hodgson, ... Read More »

What Areas Of The Market Go Up During A Hurricane?

CARIBBEAN SEA – SEPTEMBER 7: In this NOAA handout image, NOAA’s GOES satellite shows Hurricane Irma as it moves towards the Florida Coast in the Caribbean Sea taken at 03:30 UTC on September 07, 2017. The state of Florida is in the track of where the hurricane may make landfall. (Photo by NOAA GOES Project via Getty Images) Hurricane Irma’s ... Read More »