"Midcaps and smallcaps are slowly coming back. Midcaps outperformed in the month of June, however, the July performance has been a mixed bag. As market volatility reduces and largecaps become more expensive, midcaps are likely to see improvement in the performance," said Kulkarni of Axis Securities. … [Read more...] about Market up 48% from March lows; time to change strategy and rejig portfolio?
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“He sent the video of the fire and then disappeared,” said Wassim Mhanna, the mayor of Akiki’s hometown of Kfardebian, which is a famous ski resort north of Beirut. “We realized something was wrong, but we had hope.” … [Read more...] about A father, a sister, a son: Beirut blast takes a heavy toll
Health insurance plans have moved beyond vanilla hospitalization covers by making room for wellness, cover for alternative treatments such as Homeopathy & Ayurveda and are taking cognizance of rising medical costs by providing covers for certain OPD ailments and are including medical interventions such as Physiotherapy, Maternity and New Born Baby care, Bariatric Cover etc. that were earlier excluded from the scope of a health policy. … [Read more...] about Beyond the bill: It’s time we start looking at health insurance as an investment
Another theory gaining more traction is that the four coronaviruses that cause the common cold are remembered by the body's T cells -- white blood cells that fight infections -- which then provide cross immunity. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 and children: What we know so far
In New York, chefs including David Chang and Tom Colicchio are asking the state to adopt a “Safe and Just Reopening” plan that eliminates the subminimum wage (at $11.80 an hour, New York’s is higher than the federal version, but still below the state’s $15-an-hour minimum wage) and allows servers to share tips with back-of-house and kitchen staff. The plan also calls for restaurants to be able to charge a 5% “safe reopening” fee and seeks payroll tax relief for restaurants. … [Read more...] about David Chang and other chefs say now is the time to fix the restaurant industry’s long-standing inequities