The Reserve Bank of India Thursday said reinsurance brokers have been permitted to open non-interest bearing foreign currency accounts with banks for undertaking transactions. Earlier, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) had issued a notification in this regard. Following the Irdai’s notification, the extant regulations regarding the
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Congress has finally decided on a slogan for the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections 2019. Their slogan for the polls is ‘Ab Hoga NYAY’. According to reports, Congress had spent a while on their campaign slogan before finalising on ‘Ab Hoga NYAY’. This indicates that the Congress’ campaign is heavily banking
Former Australia captain Tim Cahill has announced his retirement from football at the age of 39 to focus on a career in media and coaching. Cahill, who spent 15 seasons in England playing for Millwall and Everton, ended his international career after last year’s World Cup in Russia as his
In 2019 the question should no longer be whether your brand creates content but how to make your content better. “No one questions a brand’s need for a website—content should be non-negotiable too,” Shawna Dennis, marketing VP at MD Financial, said onstage at the 2019 Contently Summit: Masters of Content. Over 200
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen laughes during a news conference December 13, 2017 (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) GETTY Economists extol the theoretical virtues of competition. But in the practice of their own profession, they seem to oppose it, especially in opening up professional economics to women. A recent survey
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan of Turkey campaigns in local elections in Usak on 27 March. Photograph: Anadolu Agency/Getty Images Financial markets in Turkey have experienced a fresh period of turmoil, putting the country’s recovery from recession at risk and raising questions over the health of emerging markets as the world economy slows.
Global rating agency Moody’s Investors Service on Wednesday said it has retained the previous stable outlook on Power Finance CorporationNSE -0.38 % (PFC) and REC Limited, as it expects quick closure of a deal between the two firms and resolution of a chunk of their bad loans. Borrowing programmes of the two firms were