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Video that India Today wrongly linked to Pakistan forced conversions in 2016 is viral again

A n India Today broadcast from 2016 with the narrative “Hindu women abducted, converted to Islam and sold for 50k rupees in Pakistan by cops” has been widely shared on social media in the past few days. The video starts with a clip of a policeman slapping a burkha-clad woman and goes on to say that women and children from ... Read More »

Elon Musk is a genius but working with him is messy, say Tesla employees

Elon Musk is a name that needs no introduction. Today, his name is synonymous Tesla, the company that has revolutionised the way the world, and even the car-making veterans like BMW and Mercedes-Benz and Audi, looks at cars. However, Tesla is not the only reason why Musk has become a popular figure in the present time. The SpaceX founder, apart ... Read More »

US is well on its way to Trump’s goal of ‘energy dominance,’ says Marathon Petroleum CEO

President Donald Trump’s goal of making the United States a global superpower in energy is starting to come true, Marathon Petroleum Corp. Chairman and CEO Gary Heminger told CNBC on Tuesday. “When I look at the president’s theme to begin with and the beginning of his administration, he wanted to have energy dominance in the U.S. and I believe that ... Read More »

This is not a runaway market: Quality stocks that fell in 6-8 months are up for grabs

After a sharp selloff in October 2018, domestic equity indices marked a decent recovery in the first fortnight of November 2018 mainly underpinned by a sharp decline in crude prices (20 percent down from the peak in October 2018) easing concerns over deteriorating twin deficits and stability in the Indian rupee. Renewed buying from foreign institutional investors also helped in ... Read More »

Einhorn on Tesla: ‘Like Lehman, we think the deception is about to catch up’

Hedge fund manager David Einhorn is blasting Tesla again. The investor compared the electric car maker to his most famous and prescient bearish call on Lehman Brothers. “Like Lehman, we think the deception is about to catch up to TSLA,” Einhorn said in an investor letter Friday. “Lehman threatened short sellers, refused to raise capital (it even bought back stock), and management ... Read More »

6 mistakes that small investors make when stock market is doing well, interest rates are rising

The biggest investing mistakes happen when markets are doing well. ET Wealth looks at the errors that small investors could make now. Rohit Verma is more surprised than worried when he looks at his mutual fund statement. “The markets have gone up by almost 20% in the past one year but my mutual funds are showing losses,” says the Delhi-based bank executive. Verma had ... Read More »

58% of Small Business Owners Say Business is Good, Up 39% from Last Year, Survey Says

The confidence among small business owners is at record highs, and the results from the quarterly CNBC/SurveyMonkey Small Business Survey has revealed as much. Q3 2018 CNBC SurveyMonkey Small Business Confidence Index More than half or 58% of small business owners in the survey said their overall business conditions are good, which is up by five percentage points from the second quarter’s ... Read More »

This is what the market looks like without FANGs

FANG weakness may prove nothing more than a breather after they rallied at three times the pace of the broader tech index this year. Rarely does a day go by in the US stock market without someone decrying its addiction to gains in the FANG bloc of tech megacaps. Now, in the middle of earnings season, their support has gone ... 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 »

Why creating a ‘bad bank’ is a better idea than simply throwing money at PSBs

The financial year 2017-18 was among the bleakest for public sector banks (PSBs) as they together reported a record loss of Rs 85,370 crore. The banks had to make higher provisions for bad asset recognition as the Reserve Bank of India’s latest guidelines meant they could no longer restructure loans the way they had been doing in the past. Much ... Read More »