He quit a lucrative investment banking job in Hong Kong for the love of his country. Now, after acing one of India’s most competitive exams, Jaipur boy Gaurav Agrawal is all set to serve his motherland. When the results of the prestigious Indian civil services exam were declared on June 12, all-India topper Gaurav Agrawal was busy training at the police academy in Hyderabad. The Jaipur boy, who has always wanted to join the Indian Administrative Service, had cracked the exam last year ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
HONG KONG: Citigroup plans to hire as many as 100 bankers in a renewed push into Asia-Pacific commercial banking, following in rival HSBC’s footsteps with a strategy that focuses on selling smaller corporate clients a wider range of products. Global ...Himalayan times, 3 days ago
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The Forbes 'Global 2000' is a comprehensive list of the world’s largest, most powerful public companies, as measured by revenues, profits, assets and market value. China is home to the world’s top three biggest public companies and five of the top ...Jagran Post, 2 months ago
Markets succumbed to selling pressure in late trades, amid huge volumes, with financial shares leading the decline following the expiry of July derivative contracts. Further, sales by foreign funds also weighed on sentiment. The 30-share Sensex ended 192 points down at 25,895 and the 50-share Nifty closed 70 points lower at 7,721. Volumes were large because of the expiry of July derivative contracts. Total market turnover stood at Rs 6.79 lakh crore, the third highest so far. Foreign investors ...Rediff.com, 1 day ago
Markets recouped from their day's lows in late trades to end at fresh record closing highs on hopes that the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in his maiden Budget next week would announce reforms to revive economic growth. The 30-share Sensex ended up 138 points at 25,962 and the 50-share Nifty ended up 37 points at 7,752. Meanwhile, both the benchmark indices gained over 3% during the week ended July 4. The Indian rupee came off its highs and was trading nearly unchanged at Rs 59.74 compared to ...Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago
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