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TechM, HUL, Ultratech among 7 stocks that analysts say will deliver gains in 3 weeks

NEW DELHI: The domestic equity market suffered sharp losses in morning trade on Monday, as the euphoria over Fed pause and Budget booster fizzled out and investors embarked on a selling spree amid poor health of the rupee, which fell nearly 48 paise against the US dollar this morning. In the absence of fresh directional cues, the market moved towards ... 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 »

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 »

Carmakers say fossil-fuel vehicle ban will dent industry and stall sales

David Bailey, an automotive industry expert at Aston University, said two decades was plenty of time for carmakers to evolve. Photograph: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Britain’s car industry has warned that the government’s proposed ban on sales of new petrol and diesel cars by 2040 risks damaging the industry and stalling sales of new cars. Mike Hawes, chief of executive of the ... Read More »

U.S. economy poised for faster growth? Leading indicators say yes

The U.S. economy might be accelerating, according to the leading economic indicators. A broad measure of how well the U.S. economy is performing surged in June after a strong gain in May, suggesting growth could speed up in the months ahead. The leading economic index jumped 0.6% last month after a revised 0.4% increase in May, the Conference Board said ... Read More »

We all lose out when politicians ignore what business leaders have to say

Businesses aren’t being heard in today’s political discourse CREDIT: REUTERS There may be little public sympathy for senior business leaders who complain that the voice of business is not being heard. However, the absence of this voice in today’s political discourse – which in turn means that business’s messages are not cutting through on Brexit, for example, or on the UK’s economic ... Read More »

Democrats still have nothing to say about boosting the economy

Liberal writers and political operatives, now that it’s finally dawning on them that no one is going to find evidence that Donald Trump conspired with Russia to steal the presidential election, are turning to giving advice to the Democratic Party. That’s a natural, if somewhat delayed, response to an election that left the world’s oldest political party out of power in the ... Read More »

Trading Calls: Buy Titan, Bajaj Finance, Exide Industries, Say Experts

The stock markets extended record run in trades today with Sensex hitting fresh all-time high of 30,346.79 and Nifty rising to hit record high of 9,450.65. The record run in the stock markets came after a pause on the back of whether department predicting stronger-than-expected rains which will help boost rural incomes for those who are dependent on agriculture for ... Read More »

7th Pay Commission: Pay hike to boost growth, say India Inc, analysts

India Inc, analysts gave thumbs up to the Union Cabinet decision to clear the 7th Central Pay Commission recommendations, stating the move will “boost consumption in the economy” and lead to higher GDP growth. The pay hike combined with continued public push to the capital expenditure will help steer the economy to higher growth levels of 8 per cent and ... Read More »

PM and Finance Minister say they’re open to RBNZ proposal for new Macro-Prudential measures, including debt-to-income limits

Prime Minister John Key and Finance Minister Bill English have signalled they are open to a potential Reserve Bank proposal to limit debt-to-income ratios, just as is currently done in Britain. Reserve Bank Governor Graeme Wheeler and Deputy Governor Grant Spencer said earlier today at their news conference releasing the latest half-yearly Financial Stability Report that they were seriously considering ... Read More »