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How an Economic Boom Can Run Out the Clock

Australia’s run of economic growth has been a marathon, managed in part by savvy policy-making and in part by good fortune. PHOTO: DAN HIMBRECHTS/EPA/SHUTTERSTOCK SYDNEY—U.S. history suggests economic expansions come with expiration dates. Since 1854, the U.S. has experienced 34 expansions, lasting from 10 months to 120. The current one, in its 10th year, is already longer than all but the one ... 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 »

Stock market update: Check out the most traded stocks of Friday’s session

GAIL (India), Titan Company, Hindalco Industries, Bajaj Auto, Tata Steel and Larsen & Toubro stood as the top gainers in the Nifty index on Friday. NEW DELHI: Reliance CommunicationsNSE 3.38 %(number of shares traded: 7.97 crore) emerged as the most traded stock on NSE on Friday. The pack of most traded stocks included IDBI Bank (7.58 crore), Jaiprakash AssociatesNSE 1.58 % (3.90 crore), Punjab ... Read More »

IDBI Bank to close loss-making branches, limit NPAs and focus on retail to get out of PCA: Deputy MD

IDBI Bank hopes to come out of the regulatory restrictive Prompt Corrective Action (PCA) after taking a host of measures, including closure/merger of branches, conversion of 31 loss-making branches into outlets, divestment in non-core assets, setting up of separate stressed assets management group and focus on retail and good quality corporate business. Amid talks of part stake sale by the ... Read More »

Watch out, the bond market is rebelling

AARATI KRISHNANT+ T- For a long time, market-watchers in India have thought of India’s stock market as a rule-breaking juvenile, while the bond market has remained its obedient sibling. But the bond market is now following in the footsteps of its unruly sibling. In the last couple of years, market interest rates have gyrated sharply without waiting for the Monetary Policy ... Read More »

Securing the Necessities for Carrying Out Your Professional Duties

As a notary public, you are expected to have certain supplies on hand with which to conduct your official duties. These supplies can range from a stamp with your official name and seal on it. It can also include ink in which to dip the embossed seal. Regardless of what you need to carry out your role in this position ... Read More »

We may see darker periods in market; it depends on how global story plays out: Udayan

In an interview with CNBC-TV18, Udayan Mukherjee shared his views and outlook on the market. I think the market is trying to consolidate right now. We have had a fairly significant fall, the biggest of the last 12-14 months on the way down from 11,200 to about 10,300 levels, he said. We could try and work within a range of ... Read More »

Cisco, Intuit and 31 other stocks are leading the market out of correction

Traders react after the closing bell on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). More than 60 percent of the companies in the S&P 500 broke to new highs during January’s new year rally, and a diverse group are among the first to make a comeback after February’s correction. In the S&P 500, 23 stocks bounced back to their 52-week ... Read More »

Market Now: Check out the stocks that cracked over 5%

NEW DELHI: Shares of Shekhawati Poly-Yarn (down 7.14 per cent), Sterling Biotech (down 6.93 per cent), Diamond Power (down 5.20 per cent) and CKP Products (down 5.09 per cent) cracked over 5 per cent in morning trade on Thursday, even as broader markets remained in the positive zone. On the other hand, Bombay Rayon Fashions (down 4.99 per cent), Lasa ... Read More »

Check out the most read marketing and media stories of 2017

From United Airlines’ poor handling of a passenger and the subsequent PR fallout to the world’s most effective ad campaigns, these are the most read stories in 2017 from CNBC’s “Marketing Media Money”. 1. United Airlines isn’t alone: Here are some of the worst corporate PR disasters of all time United Airlines “re-accommodated” a passenger in April, resulting in a ... Read More »