In this episode of In The News, host Keerthana Tiwari gets in conversation with Moneycontrol's Prakhar Sachdeo and Ruchira Kondepudi to find out the top news on December 3.Sachdeo talks about a potential government move to curb imports of 350 items to boost Make In India. He also talks about how an image from NASA shows the position of Chandrayaan 2's Vikram lander.Close Kondepudi talks about the struggle of HDFC customers as the bank's online services are at a standstill. She also gives the latest details on the Karvy Stock Broking case. related news The Market Podcast | Red flags on D-Street; investors getting into risk aversion mode Corporate Buzz podcast | Birla warns Vodafone Idea may shut; relief for Yes Bank; auto sales and more Taking Stock: RBI shock hits D-St for second day; Nifty holds 11,900 Tune in to In The News podcast to get the latest developments from India and around the world.If you have any queries or suggestions for any of our podcast series, you can … [Read more...] about In The News podcast | Make In India booster; latest on Chandrayaan 2; HDFC Bank’s online service glitch and more
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It was a day of consolidation for Indian markets. The Nifty50 closed below 12000 levels for the first time since November 22nd.Let’s look at the final tally on D-Street – the S&P BSE Sensex fell 126 points to 40,675 while the Nifty50 closed 54 points lower at 11,994 on Tuesday.Close Sectorally, the action was seen in Realty, IT, and Consumer Durables while on the losing front profit-taking was seen in sectors like metals, infrastructure, telecom, and power. related news The Market Podcast | Red flags on D-Street; investors getting into risk aversion mode Corporate Buzz podcast | Birla warns Vodafone Idea may shut; relief for Yes Bank; auto sales and more Taking Stock: RBI shock hits D-St for second day; Nifty holds 11,900 The broader market underperformed as the S&P BSE Mid-cap index fell 0.95 percent while the S&P BSE Small-cap index was down 0.74 percent.Public sector banks disbursed a record Rs 4.91 lakh crore of loans during the festive month of … [Read more...] about Early on D-Street | Stay cautious, create fresh short positions below 11,950
You’re in the home stretch. You have an offer on the table from a potential employer (or even your current employer) and you are at a three-way crossroads between accepting an offer, declining, or submitting a counteroffer. Anxiety builds, doubt may creep in, and palms get sweaty. “Just don’t blow it” comes to mind flashing like a giant neon sign. advertisement advertisement Breathe. Keep calm. Don’t panic. Negotiating a salary or compensation package is a stress you can manage. It’s like an intricate dance learned over time: take one step forward, two steps to the side, spin, then come together. Keep in mind, however, negotiations are no spin on the Dancing With the Stars ballroom floor—no extravagant or wild displays, no improv. Simply stick to the steps. To teach us the negotiation dance, we turned to Deepak Malhotra, the Eli Goldston Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School and the author of Negotiating the … [Read more...] about You received a salary counteroffer. Now what?
Rahul JainWhen we start our investment journey, along with the anticipation of returns one of the first things we evaluate is the risk appetite. Risk appetite denotes the magnitude of risk an investor can stomach based on his goals and expected returns. But justifying your risk can often leave you confused.I believe the easiest way to come to a solution is to ask the right. Hence I list down some essential questions answering which will help you analyse this essential investment metric and this article will help you dig deep into them. Let’s get started.Close How vital is your investable surplus?Rahul JainEVP|Edelweiss Wealth Management 4 strategies to sail smooth during market volatilityNifty flirts with 12K: 4 common equity investment mistakes you must avoid'Auto & ancillaries, midcap financial and infrastructure stocks likely to lead next bull run'This is the first question that you need to answer while gauging your risk appetite. The value of money or rather an investable … [Read more...] about How to evaluate your risk appetite?
Hareesh VDespite positive Chinese manufacturing numbers and improved trade deal optimism, Zinc prices in the international and domestic markets tumbled to multi-month lows.Prices gained considerably in the first half of the year but nosedived to a three year low by September on feeble demand expectation from China.Close China is the world’s largest zinc producer. Additionally, the country is the top consumer, accounting for about half of the global consumption. However, the 16 months old trade dispute with the US has roiled the Chinese manufacturing sector and demand for zinc. related news How to evaluate your risk appetite? December is usually volatile, pause is not negative trigger as articulated Jute could be among priority industries to bet on in next rally Zinc is largely used for galvanising steel, hence, about 50 percent of global demand is from the construction sector. Transportation, infra, industrial machinery and consumer products are the other … [Read more...] about Trade deal optimism, positive China manufacturing data may limit further downside in Zinc