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MUMBAI: Two of India’s richest men have landed in an unlikely controversy over farming laws, becoming targets of protesters who allege the tycoons have benefited from their close links to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
OVER the recent holidays. I met up with many friends, most wearing a protective face mask in a rather relaxed observance of social-distancing guidelines.
BEIJING: Macroeconomic observers see China maintaining a moderate and consistent monetary policy this year.
IN much of the world, the sight of a mob storming the United States Capitol to keep their leader in office was met not just with horror but with, let’s face it, schadenfreude. Finally!
ONE of the top financial concerns of retirees is running out of money.
WILL Covid-19 kick-start a new commodities supercycle? Goldman Sachs thinks so.
NEW YORK: The IPO market is manic. Stocks haven’t been this expensive since the dot-com era. The Nasdaq 100 has doubled in two years, leaving its valuation bloated -- all while volatility remains stubbornly high.
Last year has been so-so. Dominated by the emergence of the pandemic Covid-19 and its adverse impact on the world at large. So much so, Covid-19 became the most used word of the year.
FOREIGN-funded institutions generally acknowledge that China has opened up its financial market wider. But why is there still a gap between China’s policy efforts and foreign financial institutions’ sense of gain?
A BRITISH banker and mother of two who has lived in Hong Kong since 2008 recently told me that “push factors are adding up” and she’s “close to the point” of taking the risk of relocating to Europe