Switzerland The economy of Switzerland is one of the world's most stable economies. Its policy of long-term monetary security and political stability has made Switzerland a safe haven for investors, creating an economy that is increasingly dependent on a steady tide of foreign investment. … [Read more...] about 17 countries with the strongest economy
“With vast quantities of data being generated, the data science vertical is key to mining actionable insights for businesses. These has resulted in professionals acknowledging the scope of this field, and are working towards upgrading skills to meet the demand. 2020 is set to be a big year for data science in India,” said Hari Krishnan Nair, Co-founder, Great Learning. … [Read more...] about India to see 1.5 lakh openings for data scientists in 2020
It is too soon to say whether extending opening hours of malls, creating food streets, and putting on late-night cultural performances will boost China’s consumption, with the economy still languishing at near 30-year lows. But on-demand drivers seem to be one early beneficiary. … [Read more...] about As China seeks to spark night economy, on-demand chauffeurs for drunk drivers see surge
By R Venkataraman The opening lines of A Tale of Two Cities is most apt to summarize the state of the Indian stock market and the economy: The stock market that trades at highs is having the best of times whereas the faltering economic growth is facing the worst of times. It is the epoch of belief that Indian economy will hit the $5 trillion GDP mark and how it will get there is the epoch of incredulity. It is also the season of hope that worst is behind us and season of darkness, especially on various fronts like employment. And so on. During my recent travels and meetings with different types of investors and corporates of all sizes, the common question was: “Why is the market going up when the economy is struggling?” And in spite of Sensex ruling above the 40,000 mark and Nifty above 12,000, no one seems to be happy. In the past, such psychological levels have been celebrated by releasing balloons from top of stock exchanges and TV anchors coming out in their creative … [Read more...] about Rising markets, falling economy: Which indicator will reverse first?
MELBOURNE — Naomi Osaka made a winning start to her title defence at the Australian Open on Monday as the Grand Slam tournament began on schedule after a build-up hit by haze from raging bushfires. … [Read more...] about Osaka gets Australian Open started after smoke fears ease