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An avg. of over 950+ conversations exchanged on a daily basis both the public channels and in groups. We have had 29,350 conversations in October and users shared over 539 files between them – including but not limited to the content below. Still undecided on your premium subscription?
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A brief summary of some of the interesting things discussed there in the last few days:
Are we in a short-term cyclical bull market, one that is already long in the tooth and coming to an end? Or are we in the early years of a secular bull market, one that might last a decade or more? Bloomberg
An internal World Bank investigation released on Monday morning has found evidence of serious labour rights abuses on tea plantations it finances in Assam. The report also implicates the Tata Group whose wholly-owned subsidiary Tata Global Beverages owns just under 50 per cent of the company that owns the plantations. Huffington Post
Barack Obama will go down in history as having sold more Treasuries and at lower interest rates than any U.S. president. He’s also leaving a debt burden that threatens to hamstring his successor. Bloomberg
States with higher ranking are found to lag others in terms of converting project proposals into actual investments. Business Standard
Once the richest country in South America, it now has the world’s highest inflation rate and is plagued by hunger and violent crime. How did this happen? The New Yorker
The ad-cap rule restricts the TV channels (news and non-news) from showing advertisements exceeding 12 minutes per hour. Livemint
Budget carrier IndiGo’s parent InterGlobe Aviation today posted a nearly 24 percent rise in its net profit at Rs 139.85 crore in the three months ended September 2016, mainly aided by higher passenger revenues. Firstpost