From the investors' perspective, they will keep looking for a better value proposition with a low degree of uncertainty. As soon as the COVID-19 crisis gets over, we believe the sectors, which have been battered badly and have the potential to revive faster will be lapped up by the investors. … [Read more...] about Keep an eye on ESG stocks, could grow big post COVID-19: Lav Chaturvedi
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This statement also comes a day ahead of the final report of Facebook’s independent civil rights audit, a two-year review of company policies and practices led by civil liberties and civil rights expert Laura W. Murphy and Megan Cacace, a partner in the civil rights law firm Relman Colfax. … [Read more...] about Sheryl Sandberg says Facebook is making changes to fight hate speech—but not because of ad boycott
In the futures market, crude oil for July delivery touched an intraday high of Rs 3,074 and an intraday low of Rs 3,012 per barrel on the Multi-Commodity Exchange (MCX). So far in the current series, black gold has touched a low of Rs 1,655 and a high of Rs 3,153. … [Read more...] about Crude oil futures gain 0.56%, Brent trades above $43 a barrel
Since December 2014, I’ve been a freelancer—writing, answering emails, downloading Dropbox files, uploading transcripts, building posts for websites, and uploading videos from places far beyond an office server (or even my home Wi-Fi network). I’ve researched from campsites near mountaintops and riversides, written from Wi-Fi-less Amtrak trains, and—my personal favorite—met deadlines while ripping down highways, en route to a weekend getaway, with my partner (selflessly) at the wheel and my Slack status is still set to “active.” … [Read more...] about I’ve worked ‘from home’ while camping, road-tripping, and traveling to remote places. Here’s my setup.
Given this, India must grab this opportunity to become a successful third country market for rerouting trade from Hong Kong to the UK. One possible alternative success formula for India is to collude with the countries with larger ethnic Chinese population, such as Taiwan or Vietnam, for rerouting Chinese and Hong Kong exportable. This is because such countries can help to understand the requirements of the exporters from China and Hong Kong better. … [Read more...] about Turbulence in Hong Kong could open a window of opportunity for India