How funds are boosting legal firepower in India
As offshore investors increase their India play, they are setting up inhouse teams here to advise them on local laws and regulatory nitty gritty.
The only word you need to understand emerging markets
Approaching the end of an exciting year for world markets, it is tempting to rely on a ...
European shares fall on Hong Kong unrest, Trump's disappointing trade comments
Banks as well as trade sensitive auto and mining sectors were ...
Fed likely to defy history with rates steady through elections
Fed has changed policy in one direction or another in each of the last 10 presidential polling years.
Jamie Dimon laments income inequality, won’t assail CEO pay
“I think the wealthy have been getting wealthier too much, in many ways,” Dimon said.
Worst may be over for global economy amid signs of stabilization
As key economic indicators show signs of stabilization, this relative improvement could put an end to the fears of just a few weeks ago that the world economy was barreling toward recession.
JP Morgan hires bankers to boost corporate client services
JP Morgan hired Pranav Chawda, as head of Client Banking and Specialized Industries from DBS Bank and he had worked for Citibank prior to that. Dhaval Shah, who was the Director at Citibank most recently, would head the Western Region. Srinivasan Kannan, who has been with the bank for a while, would lead the business in Southern India.
Fed sitting on the sidelines means economy is doing fine: James E Glassman, JPMorgan Chase
You might worry about trade tensions but there is no real sign that it is affecting the economy.
Saudi Arabia will compromise on valuation to make Aramco IPO a success
Aramco is considering boosting next year’s dividend by $5b to $80b to win over investors.
Warren Buffett’s worst year since 2009 splits investors
Barclays said the investment gains could total $7 billion before taxes.
Billionaire families reshape Silicon Valley’s venture terrain
Over 70% of billionaire families in Asia are investing in venture, which is higher than what's being seen in the U.S. and Europe, where that number is kind of sub-60%.
Baby steps before leap: Global banks, now sense a new vista — regional trade
With RCEP & trade deals, banks realise the future lies in regional areas and are preparing to grab opportunities.
Three-peat? Fed copies 1990s playbook in bid to avert a downturn
There's been no clear commitment to another reduction in borrowing costs from Fed.
Brokerages raise Tata Motors price target on good Q2 numbers
Tata Motor shares jumped 16.5 per cent to Rs 147.95 in muhurat trading on the BSE on Sunday.
JPMorgan weighs shifting thousands of jobs out of New York area
Despite more than two centuries of history in the city, JPMorgan is quietly shrinking its staff. JPMorgan has already made plans to move hundreds of New York-based credit-risk jobs to Texas and to station some senior-level employees there.
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