Global Business News for 11 Feb 2019
CLSA also listed 10 piglet stocks -- basically smallcap companies -- in the note.
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Macroeconomic data such as IIP and inflation numbers (CPI and WPI) are likely to set the tone for domestic stocks this week.
Stock calls and outlook on Nifty by Sameet Chavan, Chief Analyst- Technical & Derivatives, Angel Broking.
The chancellor is facing tricky spending decisions, says think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
The bank and card program provider is starting to use AI in many areas, but it's also trying to build paths forward for employees whose jobs will be affected.
Insider Q&A: John Kobs, Co-Founder and CEO of ApartmentList
Regulators should clarify rules around deposit-advance products so that banks can serve consumers seeking short-term loans, like those affected by the recent partial closing of the government.
On Sep. 30, 2018. Dollars in thousands.
U.S. stocks rose on Monday, led by industrial companies, as the United States and China began their latest round of trade talks to hammer out a deal before the looming March deadline.
Canaccord says Wall Street is not fully appreciating the strong electric vehicle story and believes Tesla is gearing up for a year of growth.
Autonomous technology startup Nuro said on Monday it raised $940 million from SoftBank Group Corp, which valued the Silicon Valley-based company at $2.7 billion.
The U.S. dollar looks to add to its winning streak, strengthening against rivals across the board, despite the chance of the renewed partial government shutdown looming in the background.
Stocks open higher ahead of key trade talks between the US and China, with fears of a slowdown lingering
The "continuity agreement" will see the two countries continue to trade as they do now, after Brexit.
Fintech Investment topped $31bn in 2018 and according to U.K.-based mergers and acquisitions specialist, Hampleton Partners, much of the money is going not to consumer-facing plays but to startups in... the enterprise software market.
PG&E Corp expects only five of its current 10-strong board to stand for reelection at an annual shareholder meeting in May, as it restructures after filing for bankruptcy last month because of... potential liabilities from California wildfires.
The week begins with much of the focus on trade talks with China and not a lot of new data. Thin volume might be a factor, and volatility looks possible.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and his counterparts in the state's largest cities are scheduled to provide testimony before a joint legislative hearing on Gov. Andrew Cuomo's budget …
WiTricity, a startup that's developing wireless charging technology for electric vehicles (EVs), has acquired Qualcomm's EV wireless charging unit Halo.
The Fed vice chair says regulators need to be on the "cutting edge" at spotting vulnerabilities; firm looks to win over future millionaires.
According to Fortune, Church and Dwight is increasing prices on some household items. Elizabeth Keatinge has more.
Much like the broader story of global markets, 2018 proved a rollercoaster ride of a year for corporate consolidation.
The debt at the holding company level in the Vedanta group may come under scrutiny.
Asian shares started the week on the backfoot on Monday as worries about global growth, U.S. politics and the ongoing Sino-U.S. tariff war kept investors cautious, while the safe-haven greenback held... near a six-week top against major currencies.