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Despite the pandemic, executives are more “super excited” than ever

An analysis of analyst calls shows that executives are saying they are “super excited” more than ever. Particularly in tech.

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Indian stock markets will be clear winners of the US presidential election

What will be the fallout of US elections on Indian stock markets?

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With interest rates near record lows, retirement may have to wait

“This is the hardest investing environment a lot of people have ever had to face.”

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Government banks in India are abysmal when it comes to recovering money from defaulters

Over the last three years, state-owned banks in India have recovered just Rs10,107 crore from wilful defaulters. The top 50 wilful defaulters had together robbed banks of around Rs68,000 crore until September 2019.

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