Given the high-stakes drama that’s marked the first three weeks of 2020—an assassination in Iran, a retaliatory strike on U.S. bases in Iraq, an impeachment hearing, and, yes, the royal Megxit—the 28th Outsider Art Fair that rolled into New York last week offered the creative class the kind of winter escapist breather that sun-worshippers seek in Miami. The four-day fair, which focuses on self-taught art created outside the mainstream, featured the work of hundreds of artists, with exhibitors from 35 cities and 10 countries. Here, a few brilliant, beautiful, and offbeat highlights. … [Read more...] about The Outsider Art Fair is the offbeat escapism we all need right now
"Zee’s Q3FY20 operating performance would be disappointing. We expect a sharp 14 percent year-on-year (YoY) decline in advertisement revenues, significant underperformance versus industry growth rate which may remain flattish. We expect a 630 bps YoY decline in EBITDA margin to 28.6 percent," said Kotak Securities. … [Read more...] about Zee Ent Q3 preview: Brace for disappointing show, focus on corporate developments
The decision will allow at least 25 malls, several other shops and restaurants across the city to stay open throughout. However, it is the choice of owners whether they want to keep them open 24X7, in view of the business benefits. The days on which the establishments will remain open round-the-clock will also be decided by the owner, said the report. … [Read more...] about Mumbai’s malls & eateries to run 24×7, move called by state tourism minister Aaditya Thackeray
Kurt Vonnegut called Ralph Steadman “the most gifted and effective existential artist of my time.” And Jonny Depp once said, “Ralph is … so nice. And yet, at the same time, he is … a psychopath.” Steadman proudly admits it himself to Co.Design: “I am just NORMALLY WEIRRD!” … [Read more...] about Ralph Steadman, Gonzo Artist Behind “Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas,” Is A Total Weirrdo
"We continue to remain cautious on the market given that the indices are near their peak levels. The expectations from the Budget are high this time because of the current economic slowdown. This is likely to drive momentum across sectors. Further, the earnings announcement from corporates is likely to induce stock-specific volatility in the coming sessions. Therefore, we would recommend traders to remain cautious and hedge their risky leveraged positions," Mishra said. … [Read more...] about Taking Stock | Sensex, Nifty fall 1% each; how to trade volatile market?