Market LIVE Updates: Sensex, Nifty strongly back in green; banking top drag – Mint

NEW DELHI : Benchmark indices are back in the green after slipping into red for a while. Broad market indices were all in the green. IT, Media and realty were among top gaining sectors with consumer durables, oil and gas, realty, power, capital goods, industrials and basic materials.   08 Nov 2021, 01:54:24 PM IST… Continue reading Market LIVE Updates: Sensex, Nifty strongly back in green; banking top drag – Mint

Why the taper should be good for the market, according to S&P 500 history – CNBC

The Fed is tapering, and unlike the central bank’s 2013 reduction in monthly purchases of Treasury bonds and mortgage-backed securities, the stock market took it in stride. Or did it? When then-Fed chair Ben Bernanke surprised the market in 2013 with an indication the Fed would end its bond buying, stocks declined by about just… Continue reading Why the taper should be good for the market, according to S&P 500 history – CNBC

Dow futures are little changed after Friday's record close – CNBC

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on October 25, 2021 in New York City. Spencer Platt | Getty Images Stock futures dipped in early morning trading after the major U.S. market indexes reached record highs on Friday following a better-than-expected October jobs report. Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial… Continue reading Dow futures are little changed after Friday's record close – CNBC

Five years after note ban, cash in use now at record 14.5% of GDP – Times of India

MUMBAI: The ratio of currency in circulation as a proportion of GDP touched a new high of 14.5% for fiscal 2020-21. The surge came as the pandemic increased the demand for cash and shrunk the GDP. At the same time, the surge in every form of digital payments continues on the fifth anniversary of demonetisation… Continue reading Five years after note ban, cash in use now at record 14.5% of GDP – Times of India

‘This is going to be one of the best Christmas seasons ever,' market bull Ed Yardeni says – CNBC

Long-time market bull Ed Yardeni is delivering a dose of optimism into year-end. Yardeni, who’s known for running investment strategy for Prudential and Deutsche Bank, expects the holidays to boost stocks deeper into record territory. “This is going to be one of the best Christmas seasons ever,” the president of Yardeni Research told CNBC’s “Trading… Continue reading ‘This is going to be one of the best Christmas seasons ever,' market bull Ed Yardeni says – CNBC

Asia-Pacific is home to some of the world's largest carbon-emitters — 2 charts show its reliance on coal – CNBC

Piles of coal at Rizhao port in China’s Shandong Province on Nov. 2, 2021. VCG | Visual China Group | Getty Images Asia-Pacific is home to some of the world’s largest carbon emitters — and experts say much of global efforts to fight climate change depends on Asian countries cutting their reliance on coal.  … Continue reading Asia-Pacific is home to some of the world's largest carbon-emitters — 2 charts show its reliance on coal – CNBC

European markets set to start the new trading week on a flat note – CNBC

LONDON — European stocks are expected to open near the flatline on Monday, lacking clear direction at the start of the new trading week. The U.K.’s FTSE index is seen opening 1 point lower at 7,305, Germany’s DAX down 8 points at 16,031, France’s CAC 40 higher by 6 points at 7,037 and Italy’s FTSE MIB… Continue reading European markets set to start the new trading week on a flat note – CNBC

China's coal imports in October nearly doubled from a year ago – CNBC

Workers sort coal near a coal mine in Datong, China’s northern Shanxi province on November 3, 2021. Noel Celis | AFP | Getty Images BEIJING — China imported nearly twice as much coal in October as it did a year ago, despite signs the country’s power shortage is easing, according to customs data released Sunday.… Continue reading China's coal imports in October nearly doubled from a year ago – CNBC

Workers will soon find out how much guaranteed income their 401(k) could deliver in retirement – CNBC

vitapix | E+ | Getty Images It can be tricky figuring out how much income your retirement savings actually could deliver in your golden years. That may now become easier. As mandated in the 2019 Secure Act, 401(k) plan administrators will start providing illustrations on quarterly or annual statements showing an estimate of how much… Continue reading Workers will soon find out how much guaranteed income their 401(k) could deliver in retirement – CNBC

Ohio just became the largest state to require personal finance education in schools – CNBC

Gov. Mike DeWine, Republican of Ohio, on the campaign trail in 2018. DeWine just signed mandatory personal finance education for high schoolers into state law. Kirk Irwin | Getty Images News | Getty Images Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has signed a bill mandating all high-schoolers in the state take a half-credit, standalone personal finance course… Continue reading Ohio just became the largest state to require personal finance education in schools – CNBC