The Nifty is expected to open flat in morning trade on November 22 amid persistent worries over the status of trade negotiations between the US and China.Worries that a 'phase one' trade deal between the US and China may not happen until next year weighed on Wall Street, pulling the S&P 500 down 0.16 percent to 3,103.54. The Dow Jones ended 0.2 percent lower at 27,766.29 and the Nasdaq Composite closed 0.24 percent lower at 8,506.21.Trends on SGX Nifty indicate a flat opening for the broader index in India with a three points loss. Nifty futures were trading around 11,974 on the Singaporean Exchange.Close On November 21, the Sensex fell 76.47 points to 40,575.17 and Nifty ended 30.70 points lower at 11,968.40. related news Trade Setup for Friday: Top 13 things to know before Opening Bell Taking Stock: Market ends lacklustre as investors book profits at record highs The rupee pared initial losses and settled five paise up at … [Read more...] about Market Headstart | Nifty may open flat over fears of delay in ‘Phase one’ US-China trade deal
The Indian rupee erased its morning gains and trading near day's low at 71.85 per dollar, with domestic equity market trading lower.It opened flat at 71.75 per dollar on Friday versus Thursday's close 71.76.The Sensex was down 160.87 points or 0.40% at 40414.30, and the Nifty was down 46 points or 0.38% at 11922.40.Close The rupee pared initial losses and settled 5 paise up at 71.76 against the US currency on November 21 amid softening crude oil prices and weakening of the greenback vis-a-vis other currencies overseas. related news Rupee pares initial losses, settles 5 paise up at 71.76 against USD Rupee trades marginally higher at 71.78 per dollar Rupee drops 10 paise to 71.81 per dollar as US-China tensions weigh Oil prices were toppled from their highest in nearly two months on Friday by doubts over future demand for crude as uncertainty continues to shroud a potential US-China trade deal, and along with it the health of the global economy.The dollar held … [Read more...] about Rupee at day’s low at 71.85 per dollar
Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) sold equities worth Rs 22,500 crore in the Indian market in the September quarter, as concerns over weak macroeconomic environment and uncertainty around the US-China trade talks and Brexit kept the risk appetite low.There was a shift in the preferences of stocks and sectors as well.According to a Kotak Institutional Equities report, Lemon Tree Hotels, Varun Beverages and Shriram Transport saw the highest increase in the stake by FPIs, while Mindtree, Yes Bank and LIC Housing Finance saw the biggest drop in stake.Close Diversified financials, IT services and oil, gas and consumable fuels sectors witnessed FPI selling. FPI ownership in the BSE-200 Index declined to 23.8 percent in the September quarter from 24.1 percent in the previous quarter. related news These 26 stocks saw EPS downgrades in 4 quarters: time to book out? CSB Bank IPO opens today; should you subscribe? Market Headstart | Nifty … [Read more...] about These stocks were FPI favourites in Q2; do you have any?
Nostalgia and pride are powerful motivators for philanthropy, which are how college endowments at the nation’s elite universities got as large as they are today. While thinking back fondly of your alma mater is common enough, now an ambitious new fundraising initiative is testing whether the same attitudes be harnessed to raise money for an institution that needs the cash even more: the New York City housing projects. advertisement advertisement “I take great pride in the fact that I’m a wonderful American dream story,” says Jeff Levine, a wealthy real estate developer who lives on Long Island with his wife and kids–a far cry from where he grew up. Recently, he got to take his children on a field trip to his stomping grounds as a child: his old apartment at Linden Houses in Brooklyn’s East New York neighborhood. Public housing is very different today than it was in the late 1950s and early 1960s when Levine resided there. At the time, … [Read more...] about Will Housing Project “Alumni” Give Back To A Crumbling System?
You’re in a company you love, with a great culture and enviable perks. There’s just one thing–your dream job isn’t what you’re currently doing. In fact, it involves working in another department. advertisement advertisement I’ve been there. In the four years I’ve been at Dropbox, I’ve had four different roles, from customer service to product manager–successfully working my way into a technical role despite not having a technical degree. So I’ve learned a thing or two about how to set yourself up for success when you want an internal transfer, whatever your company policy on it may be. Here are my recommendations. Related: Hate Your Job But Like Your Company? Do These Three Things 1. Take On Additional Projects Related To The Role You Want Your current role might have nothing to do with the job you really want, but the first step to a successful transfer is to be really good at your current job. This goes beyond … [Read more...] about How To Transfer To Another Role Within Your Company