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What is stock lending and borrowing & how it works

What is SLB? Securities Lending and Borrowing is a mechanism through which investors can borrow or lend shares to other market participants. The platform provides a viable alternative to derivatives market for purposes of hedging. Borrowers in SLB are usually short-sellers i.e. traders who want to sell shares that they don’t own. Lenders on the other hand are those investors who have bought ... Read More »

Stocks in the news: YES, Bandhan Bank, Titan Company, ONGC and Sobha

NEW DELHI: Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange were trading 107.50 point, or 1 per cent, higher at 10,886, indicating a strong start for the Nifty50. Here are a few stocks which may buzz the most in today’s trade: Bandhan Bank: Bandhan Banks’s talks with HDFC to either buy into or merge with Gruh Finance, a mortgage-lender for the less affluent, ... Read More »

We are always open to mergers and acquisitions: Nishant Pitti, CEO, EaseMyTrip

Having clocked profit to the tune of Rs 30 crore last year, online travel platform EaseMyTrip does not need any fresh funding, according to its CEO and founder Nishant Pitti. “We are not in a desperate need of any funding. If we want to expand, we have enough of funds and we can expand of our own. But we are always open to ... Read More »

Week ahead in business and finance

Monday Full-year results MJ Gleeson Trading update Dairy Crest Economics CPI (EZ) Tuesday The focus at Ocado is shifting from bagging overseas contracts to executing them. The FTSE 100 firm’s shares have surged after striking deals to supply its automated warehouses to companies in France, Canada, Sweden and the US. City analysts now expect the flow of deals to slow. ... Read More »

Global Economy Week Ahead: U.S. GDP Revisions and Other Data

The U.S. Commerce Department releases personal consumption data this week,a measure of household spending on everything from hospital stays to groceries. PHOTO: SCOTT OLSON/GETTY IMAGES In the week ahead, the U.S. Commerce Department releases second-quarter gross domestic product revisions and July personal-income figures. Overseas, Brazil will see second-quarter gross domestic product data and China will release factory-activity numbers. Wednesday: The Commerce Department ... Read More »

Partisanship’s a Helluva Drug — And It’s Reshaping the Economy

Spencer Platt/Getty Images Since his inauguration, President Donald Trump has tweeted about the economy, stock market, unemployment and/or consumer confidence at least 172 times. Read those messages, and you’ll find one consistent theme: The notion that Americans’ sky-high confidence in the economy is evidence of Trump’s popularity and success. “Our Economy is doing better than ever,” he said in a fairly representative tweet ... Read More »

What is a Microloan and Where Can You Get One for Your Small Business?

world, as a means of helping people in smaller economics have the ability to launch their own business. Microlending subsequently took off around the world, and today, small business microloans are an effective way to lend entrepreneurs and small businesses in the U.S. with the funds they need to start and develop their business. General Terms of Microloans The maximum ... Read More »

How Can Entrepreneurs Prioritize Demands And Projects: Nine Best Tips

All photos courtesy of individual members. As an entrepreneur, you may feel like you are getting pulled in a million directions. You have emails to attend to, clients to keep happy, and employees to watch over. Making time for it all can be daunting and overwhelming. Add in the unplanned and unexpected, and you have a recipe for overload. Staying ... Read More »

Market holds out hope someone will blink before China and US take another step toward a trade war

Andy Wong | AP In this Nov. 9, 2017, file photo, U.S. President Donald Trump, right, chats with Chinese President Xi Jinping. The stock market is waiting to see who might blink first in the week ahead — the White House or Beijing. From all appearances, the U.S. is moving ahead to put tariffs on $34 billion in Chinese goods ... Read More »

Cracking the Color and Typography Code for Marketing

The colors and typography you choose can make or break your marketing initiatives. According to MDG’s new infographic, between 62 percent and 90 percent of a person’s initial assessment of a product is based on color alone. An infographic by British Design Experts, claims the right color can improve readership by 40% as it makes massages easier to read and more visually appealing. Michelangelo ... Read More »