These 20 countries will dominate global growth in 2024
Posted on Sunday October 20, 2019

Weaker global growth, expected to fall to 3% this year and the slowest since global financial crisis.


Saudi Arabia's best bet is to crash the price of oil
Posted on Sunday October 20, 2019

Instead of supporting oil prices, the kingdom’s output cuts are propping up higher-cost rivals.


JPMorgan's Dimon says Facebook's Libra currency 'will never happen'
Posted on Sunday October 20, 2019

JPMorgan had declined to join the project due to concerns the digital currency could be used for criminal activities.


Negative interest rates: Bankers at the IMF meeting weigh in
Posted on Sunday October 20, 2019

Negative rates has huge -ve for savers & low-income people, investors and for capital markets.


Fed's Clarida keeps rate-cut door open; others less sure
Posted on Sunday October 20, 2019

The Fed cut interest rates for the first time in more than a decade in July.


Tweet Buster: About market bottom, midcap bounce and why share pledge should be banned
Posted on Sunday October 20, 2019

Is it safe to assume that the bulls are back on Dalal Street?


Fed leaves October cut on table, and questions about what’s next
Posted on Sunday October 20, 2019

Last time the Fed reduced rates three times while the economy was growing was in 1998.


Explainer: What happens next after UK PM Johnson loses Brexit vote?
Posted on Sunday October 20, 2019

Johnson has been defiant that he will not negotiate a Brexit delay beyond October 31.


Q2 earnings, poll outcome & macro data to guide Dalal Street next week
Posted on Sunday October 20, 2019

Domestic equity, commodity and currency markets will be closed on Monday due to the polling in Maharashtra.


IRCTC High: Sluggishness in the IPO market is unlikely to end soon
Posted on Saturday October 19, 2019

In its blockbuster market debut, IRCTC's stock closed 127.69% higher than its issue price on BSE.



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Boeing survey showed that employees felt pressure from managers on safety approvals, WSJ says
Posted on Sunday October 20, 2019

Federal investigators have received an internal Boeing report that reportedly shows that employees felt pressure regarding safety approvals, The Wall Street Journal reported.


Thousands of Volvo workers face layoffs as Mack Truck sees first strike in 35 years
Posted on Sunday October 20, 2019

The United Auto Workers and AB Volvo-owned Mack Truck are set to resume contract negotiations on Monday as at least 3,500 hourly employees across three states continue to strike.


Review: The 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R is the most exciting car under $100,000
Posted on Sunday October 20, 2019

When the GT350R first thundered onto the scene in 2016, the biggest point of praise was the 5.2-liter V8 engine that powers the Shelby.


I lost my small business in the Great Recession but I learned how to prepare for the next one
Posted on Sunday October 20, 2019

The Great Recession claimed my business, along with hundreds of thousands of other once-thriving companies in the span of two years. Here is what I learned to prepare for the next economic downturn.


Electric vehicle prices finally in reach of millennial, Gen Z car buyers
Posted on Sunday October 20, 2019

The cost gap between electric cars like the Nissan Leaf and traditional cars like the Nissan Maxima is shrinking, making the car-buying decision for a millennial or Gen Z consumer who cares about climate change easier.


Netflix and HBO shows are pirated on this app that's been bankrolled by ads from Pandora and TikTok
Posted on Sunday October 20, 2019

Underground apps such as TeaTV are showing new release films and HBO shows, and siphoning ad dollars from creators and legit content sites.


A law from the 1600s will keep retail shops closed on Sundays at the nation's newest shopping mall
Posted on Sunday October 20, 2019

The massive American Dream is opening in the last county in the country where commercial shopping is prohibited on Sundays: Bergen County, N.J.


Brexit could cause a broad 'investor strike,' UBS chairman warns
Posted on Sunday October 20, 2019

"You can see how investment in the UK has fallen off a cliff, and that is not good as a dynamic part of the economy," UBS Chairman Axel Weber told CNBC.


Carl Icahn's son Brett is the leading candidate to take over his hedge fund
Posted on Saturday October 19, 2019

For over a year, Icahn and his son have been negotiating the terms of the agreement, leading to a roughly 90-page contract.


Everyone's arguing about 'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare,' which probably means it will sell big
Posted on Saturday October 19, 2019

Kevin Kleinman, a financial advisor with Blue Haven Capital, said that the "noise as marketing" strategy is likely less effective when it comes to selling a product like a video game, and more suited to promoting a short-term experience, such as a movie


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