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Biggest Gain of This Year

Biggest Gain of This Year

The BSE Sensex and Nifty surged on Thursday, tracking gains in global markets amid a rally in China shares. The Sensex ended 516 points higher at 26,231, logging its second biggest of the year in percentage terms. The Nifty rose 157 points to settle at 7,948.

Here are the top 10 developments:

1) Global markets rebounded today after a top official of Federal Reserve yesterday said that a September rate hike from the US agency looks "less compelling" in the wake of global growth concerns.

2) A rate hike from the US could have triggered outflows from emerging markets, leading to more turmoil in global financial markets.

3) Also lifting the global market sentiment, Japan’s central bank governor Haruhiko Kuroda said market players had become "too pessimistic" about China, and he expected its growth would likely remain at 6 7 per cent this year and next.

4) Markets around the world plunged earlier in the week as a slump in Shanghai shares fueled worries over China’s economic health, but some calm returned after Beijing rolled out strong policy easing steps late on Tuesday.

5) The Fed official’s comment led to a big rally on the Wall Street on Wednesday. The Dow Jones industrial average surged 3.95 per cent higher at 16,285.51. Its gain of 619.07 points was its biggest since 2008. Major European markets were also nearly 3 per cent higher today.

6) Markets in China also rebounded today, snapping a six day fall. The blue chip CSI300 index jumped 6 per cent, while the Shanghai Composite Index gained 5.4 per cent their biggest one day percentage gains in nearly two months. China markets had slumped over 20 per cent in the previous six sessions.

7) Following the comments from the Fed official, analysts say the possibility of a rate cut from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has brightened. The RBI’s next policy review meet is scheduled for September 29.

8) Analysts however say that unless selling pressure from foreign institutional investors abates, Indian markets are unlikely to gain a steady footing. Foreign institutional investors hold nearly 25 per cent of BSE 200 stocks.

9) Foreign investors sold Indian shares worth Rs 2345.77 crore on Wednesday. This takes their total selling to nearly Rs 13,500 crore in the previous five sessions. In contrast, domestic investors bought stocks worth Rs 1881.08 crore on Wednesday. They have been big buyers of Indian stocks in the past few days, offering some support to Sensex and Nifty.

Articles April 13

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Steve Kaye

Article Why Would Anyone Do That in My Meeting?

Management Articles April 13, 2005

Imagine that you open a meeting by saying, "We need to talk about the budget."And someone responds with, "I named my dog Budget because he’s too big."After the laughter subsides, you wonder why anyone.

Steve Kaye

Effective Meetings Begin With a Real Agenda

Management Articles April 13, 2005

Everyone knows that an agenda is the key to an effective meeting. But an agenda that consists of a list of nouns, such as budget, software, and picnic, is useless. Here’s how to prepare a real agenda .

Steve Kaye

Ten Tips for Effective Meetings

Management Articles April 13, 2005

Here are ten things that you can do to hold more effective meetings.

Steve Kaye

Effective Meetings by Phone Part 1, How to Plan a Teleconference

Management Articles April 13, 2005

Teleconferences can be a boon or a bust. On the positive side, they allow people at different locations to attend meetings without having to travel. On the negative side, they can degenerate into frus.

Beauty Diet Should Pay Attention to the Time of Eating Food

Women’s Beauty Diet Should Pay Attention to the Time of Eating Food

Women’s beauty diet should be at different ages for different situations, then how to distinguish between the different age groups in the consumption of different foods, to achieve the best way?

15 to 25 years in this period is the female menstrual cramps, genital development and maturation period, with the development of ovaries and hormone production, sebaceous gland secretions will increase, therefore, in order to make the skin smooth and rosy and elastic, it must absorb adequate protein, fatty acids and vitamins, such as cabbage, chives, bean sprouts, lean meat, beans and so on.

Also, pay attention to eat less salt, drink plenty of water. This will help prevent dry skin, and can increase urine to help lipid metabolism and reduce facial leaking oil.

25 to 30 years old at this time, now women will gradually appear wrinkles, reduce the secretion of the skin’s oil glands, skin of less glossy, rough sense of enhancement. So in terms of diet, in addition to insist on eating light food, drinking water of good diet, to eat especially rich in vitamin C and vitamin B foods, such as shepherd’s purse, carrots, tomatoes, cucumbers, peas, mushrooms, milk and so on.

30 to 40 years old at this time the female endocrine and ovarian function gradually weakened, easy to dry skin, eye end began to crow’s feet, jaw muscles begin to relax, laugh lines more obvious, it is mainly the lack of water and vitamins the body’s sake. Therefore, this period should adhere to drink plenty of water, the best morning after drinking a cup (200 to 300 ml) of cold water. In addition to adhere to the diet eat vitamin rich fresh vegetables and fruits, but also pay attention to supplement rich in animal protein collagen can eat trotters, pork skin, fish, lean meat and so on.

40 to 50 year old women entering menopause, ovarian dysfunction, anterior pituitary function of the moment hyperthyroidism, resulting in autonomic dysfunction and easily excited or depressed, prone to dark halo eyelids, dry skin and less shiny. Remedy in the diet is to eat some can promote cholesterol excretion, nourishing one’s vitality and blood, anti aging facial skin food, such as corn, sweet potatoes, mushrooms, lemon, walnuts, and rich in vitamin E, cabbage, cauliflower, peanut oil, etc. .

Battle The Cold With Your Smartphone

Battle The Cold With Your Smartphone

With winter in full swing, you may just stick the thermostat up a couple degrees, but when you venture outside you are at the elements mercy, so what can you use to help you and your smartphone out over these colder months?

Let’s take a look at some of the best accessories you can use for your smartphone over the frigid and unwelcoming winter season.

The epitome of smartphone protection, if you find yourself slipping over on the way to work, like we do pretty much every day through January and February, this case could well stop you worrying about damaging your phone.

This case obviously protects all the most important parts of your phone from the elements, from the touch screen and casing, through to the audio jack; you can rest assured that your phone is as safe as possible in this ultra safe case.

The LifeProof case is designed to tackle the toughest elements the world has to offer and it is by no means cheap, but what price can you put on the protection of your phone? Around fifty quid apparently!

The LifeProof case protects from dust, shock, rain, snow and extreme temperatures, in fact the LifeProof case can keep your phone protected from the current temperature of the South Pole, it’s that good.

A real necessity for avid smartphone users, you don’t need to worry about getting icicles on our fingers now when you’re waiting for the bus on a Baltic winter’s morning any more with these lifesavers.

Working with the technology built into your touch screen, these gloves allow you to work your handset without worry.

Not only do they do the job of working your touch screen, they are also a toasty little number as well, making sure that your fingers still feel like they have the touch of the living no matter how cold it happens to be outside.

Of course if you don’t have a touch screen phone then you can obviously invest in a regular pair of gloves, but why not insure yourself for a future smartphone purchase and grab a pair of touch screen hand warmers?

Obsessed with the latest music but don’t fancy having your ears go numb? Then headphone earmuffs are the way to go!

It doesn’t matter if you’re listening to Coldplay, Snow Patrol, Vanilla Ice or even the Sp ‘ice’ girls, you won’t end up a frozen snowman whilst venturing outdoors through the winter.

Not particularly expensive either, you can grab a pair of these musical ear warmers for a little under 20, and you will never have to worry about your bright red ears beginning to ache through the cold.

Bobby Labonte to join forces at Go FAS Racing

Last weekend at Richmond International Raceway, Jeffrey Earnhardt made his Sprint Cup Series debut.

Turns out there are going to be quite a few more Cup outings in his future.

Go FAS Racing has announced that Earnhardt, a fourth generation driver who is the grandson of the late Dale Earnhardt and the nephew of Dale Earnhardt Jr., has signed a multi year deal to compete for the team in the Sprint Cup Series beginning in 2016.

Jeffrey, who is the son of Kerry Earnhardt, will share a No. 32 Ford Fusion with 2000 Sprint Cup Series champion Bobby Labonte, who is expected to compete in the four restrictor plate races.

Can Am, a Valcourt, Canada based company specializing in ATV Side By Side Vehicles, will be the primary sponsor on the car for 11 races and serve as an associate sponsor the remainder of the season.

"I’m really excited to join GFR," Earnhardt said in a news release. "I’m thrilled to have Can Am on board as our partner for 2016. I’m an avid outdoorsman, and their products are the gold standard for outdoor sports, so it’s a perfect fit. With Can Am supporting our team, we’re certain to increase our competitiveness throughout the 2016 season."

Starting with Speedweeks 2016 at Daytona International Speedway, Go Green Racing will compete under the Go FAS Racing banner with the No. 32 car.

"We are all really excited about this new partnership with Can Am and Jeffrey Earnhardt for 2016," said Go FAS Racing owner Archie St. Hilaire. "This deal will improve our program and make us much more competitive in the upcoming season while giving Jeffrey all the tools he needs to succeed at this level. 2016 can’t come soon enough for myself and everyone at GFR."