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Going Digital In Banking — DBS, Citi, BBVA, ING Lead The Way

DBS, the Asian bank headquartered in Singapore, was the first to be named the world’s best digital bank by Euromoney in 2016. When just about every money center, regional, community bank and credit union promotes itself as a digital leader, Euromoney looked for more than talk. “Leaders in digital banking talk about the difference between digitising aspects of a bank and creating ... Read More »

What changed for the market while you were sleeping? 10 things you should know

The Nifty50 which started on a muted not dipped below key support levels in intraday trade on Wednesday before bulls took control and pushed the index above 10,400 levels for the second consecutive day in a row. The index formed a ‘Hammer’ like pattern on the daily candlestick charts which is a bullish reversal pattern. The index bounced back after ... Read More »

Fresh troubles for the Indian economy

Are we out of the woods as far as economic growth is concerned? Is the Indian economy on track to accelerate from here on? A month ago, the general consensus was that the worst was over and things were going to get better from here on. The Index of Industrial Production (IIP) was steadily inching up. The economy seemed to ... Read More »

You are eligible for the PF interest even if your account has been inoperative

I recently lost my job where I was earning Rs80,000 per month. After staying unemployed for 5 months, I took up a job that is now paying me Rs50,000 per month. I have an EMI of Rs25,000 for the next 7 years. My investments are—Rs35 lakh in fixed deposits, Rs2 lakh lump sum in mutual funds and Rs5 lakh in ... Read More »

What changed for the market while you were sleeping? 12 things you should know

The Nifty failed to close above its crucial 200-days exponential moving average placed around 10,163 on Tuesday. The index formed a bullish candle on the daily close above 10,100 but below its 200-DEMA placed around 10,163. After falling for five consecutive sessions, the Indian market witnessed some bit of value buying along with short coverings at lower levels. However, 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 »

Choosing the Right Type of Protection for Your Company’s Machines

The office equipment in your business is important to your daily function. When a printer stops working or a fax machine breaks down entirely, you may risk a day’s profits trying to get the equipment working again or having it replaced. Rather than risk your profitability on equipment that could break down at any minute, you may keep it in ... Read More »

The Uberization of the economy is winning because of cucumber farmers

Judicial test has helped companies that rely on contractors instead of employees, but California Supreme Court has chance to change it GrubHub notched a key legal victory in a San Francisco federal court in February. Cucumbers and a ride home from the bar may not appear to have much in common, but a judicial test involving cucumber farmers is a ... Read More »

The real danger to the US economy in Trump’s trade policy

Photo by Andrew Harrer-Pool/Getty Images Gary Cohn resigned on Tuesday as director of the National Economic Council. His departure came in the wake of losing the policy argument over sweeping new taxes on imported steel and aluminum. Cohn’s surprise resignation is a valuable reminder that the real risk with this Trump initiative isn’t the tariffs themselves — it’s what happens ... Read More »