December 16, 2020

People can make a glorious career in the Forex market. As the market is open for 24 hours, the working schedule is a little bit wired. However, doing work in the business field requires adequate knowledge about the laws and regulations of this field and special skills. Many companies also take one or more tests of the applicants for getting ideas about them. Sometimes, if you know another language such as French, Arabic, and Korean, and so on, you will be preferred by the firm for some positions. There are different types of job sectors in the CFD field. Let’s know about some major CFD careers.

Forex Market Currency Researcher

Good communication and presentation skill is necessary to be a researcher. They mainly research on the components which have a major impact on the financial instruments in the CFD market. They use the basic and non-theoretical analysis of the …

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Business is ever-changing, and so are the marketing strategies that drive business growth and success. Change is certainly inevitable. The COVID-19 pandemic made this very apparent with many brick and mortar businesses left with no choice but to digitize operations.

And this is where innovation comes into play. The innovation in technology has disrupted marketing in more ways than one. From enterprise companies to local businesses, innovation is no longer a side thought.

Innovate or close up shop is in many ways a mantra these days. Marketing is no stranger to innovation. Automation, artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, and more continues to reshape marketing.

To get perspective on how innovation is changing marketing, we sat down with John Bertino, CEO of The Agency Guy, a premiere marketing and SEO agency that implements innovative marketing strategies for companies

The Centre will be ready with the first cut of a single window system for approvals and clearances as early as March or April next year to ease the compliance burden on the industry, commerce and industry minister said at an industry event on Tuesday.

“The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) is making a genuine effort to provide a single window for approvals among various ministries at the Centre and also at the state and local levels,” Goyal said at the Assocham foundation week 2020 on ‘Future of Manufacturing in India.’

“We are trying to integrate this and I do hope that by March or April, you will see the first cut of a genuine single window that can ease your compliance burden, help you promote your businesses and focus on businesses,” he added.

Food Specialities’ Rs 540-crore initial public offering (IPO) was subscribed 3.72x on Tuesday — the first day of the issue. The institutional investor portion was subscribed 0.02x, the wealthy investor portion 1.3x, the retail investor portion 6.8x and that reserved for employees 9.5x.

The company on Monday had allotted shares worth Rs 162 crore to anchor investors. The anchor investors include Goldman Sachs India, SBI Mutual Fund, and Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance.

have priced their IPO between Rs 286 and Rs 288 per share. The issue comprises Rs 40 crore of fresh fundraising and Rs 500 crore of a secondary share sale by four existing shareholders.

At the top end, the company will have a market capitalisation of nearly Rs 1,700 crore on a post-diluted basis.

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