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Infosys, TCS join global tech-reskilling Drive for 1 mn Workers

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Indian IT giants TCS and Infosys have joined a global drive for tech reskilling of one million workers in the first ever such IT industry initiative. The initiative, whose founding partners also include Accenture, CA Technologies, Cisco, Cognizant, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Pegasystems, PwC, Salesforce, and SAP, aims to bring competitive training content together on one platform to serve the greater good.

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The initiative will be targeting 1 million people for training and resource opportunities on the World Economic Forum SkillSET portal by January 2021. The IT Industry Skills Initiative was launched here by the World Economic Forum to meet the global skills gap challenge and address job displacement arising from automation and the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

The initiative was conceived by the Forums IT Governors community under the chairmanship of Chuck Robbins, the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Cisco.”We need responsive solutions and coordination from all parts of society governments, citizens and private industry alike to re-envision an educational system based on lifelong learning that can fully prepare workers for the jobs of the future,” said Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum.

“This initiative is a clear example of industry leaders taking concerted, collective action to address a major social challenge at scale.”According to a World Economic Forum report on workforce reskilling, one in four adults reported a mismatch between the skills they have and the skills they need for their current job. Therefore, enabling and empowering workers to transform and update their skills is a key concern for businesses and societies across the globe. The coalition has created a free platform of online tools to streamline the process of reskilling adults. The initial iteration of the portal will be available in April 2018. The coalition, which continues to add members, will be working over the next few months to develop tools and processes intended to address many of the barriers that prevent adults from reskilling or successfully completing training.

The initiative will initially target the US market, with plans to scale to other geographies and build industry and public-sector partnerships in 2018 and beyond. Under the chairmanship of Mike Gregoire, Chief Executive Officer, CA Technologies, the coalition will report on progress at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2019.Cognizant CEO Francisco DSouza said: “The workplace issue of the 21st century is a worldwide shortage of qualified technology talent driven by a massive skills gap, which we must address together on a global scale.”The pace of technological change has education systems struggling to keep up in delivering learning experiences that are relevant, immersive and readily available as workers seek to expand their skills.

“He also said the future of talent development depends on new models, ways of thinking and initiatives like this one that engages individuals as lifelong learners and provide them with opportunities for continuous reinvention. Infosys CEO Salil Parikh said, “Our relevance, in an increasingly digital future, will depend on our ability to learn and evolve lifelong at the pace of technology. Democratising digital literacy is an essential first step to make technology a force for good that moves us all forward.

“TCS chief Rajesh Gopinathan said with the advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, enterprises are leveraging the combined effect of emerging technologies to transform their businesses.”Employees will also have to transform their skills and adopt newer ways of working to participate in today’s opportunities that are as enormous as in any of the previous generations. It is important for enterprises to make investments in reskilling and upskilling employees and prepare them for digital-age careers,” he added.


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Most Asian markets carve out Moderate gains Despite softer US lead

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Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 index rose 0.22 percent in early trade. The index had touched a fresh 26-year high in the last session but pulled back from that level later in the day.

Major indexes in Asia were mostly higher on Friday although the Australian benchmark tracked lower. Wall Street, for its part, closed its Thursday session with slight losses amid political concerns.

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Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 index rose 0.22 percent in early trade. The index had touched a fresh 26-year high in the last session but pulled back from that level later in the day.

Automakers and financials were mostly higher on Friday. Mitsubishi Motors rose 1.29 percent, outperforming other major auto stocks, with heavyweight Toyota higher by 0.12 percent in the morning. Among technology names, Nintendo rose 2.5 percent, extending gains following its Thursday release of new Nintendo Switch accessories.

In South Korea, the Kospi tacked on 0.17 percent. Automakers were in positive territory, although technology and manufacturing play traded mixed. Index heavyweight Samsung Electronics rose 0.36 percent in early trade while rival SK Hynix was lower by 0.27 percent.

Down Under, the S&P/ASX 200 was little changed, trading 0.06 percent below the flat line. Major mining stocks were lower in the early going, with Rio Tinto losing 0.63 percent and BHP edging down by 0.06 percent.

U.S. stocks closed lower on Thursday as investors focused on the likelihood of a government shutdown. That came despite corporates stateside posting solid quarterly earnings: As of Wednesday, 78 percent of S&P 500 companies that have reported topped expectations.

Still, the immediate focus for markets stateside remained a Friday deadline for the U.S. Congress to pass a stopgap funding bill.

In light of that, the Dow Jones industrial average declined 0.37 percent, or 97.84 points, to close at 26,017.81.

The Dollar was steady after edging down in the last session ahead of the looming Friday deadline stateside. The Dollar index, which tracks the U.S. currency against six major peers, traded at 90.495 at 8:27 a.m. HK/SIN after falling as low as 90.113 overnight.

Weakness in the Dollar saw the Euro and British pound hold onto overnight gains. The greenback also drifted lower against the yen to fetch 110.87, compared to Thursday’s close of 111.05.

The Australian dollar rose to trade at $0.8019 in the wake of strong China economic data released in the previous session.


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Nifty opens above 10,700, Sensex mildly higher; IT stocks rally

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GAIL, Sun Pharma, TCS, ICICI Bank, Adani Ports, Infosys, HUL, and BPCL were early gainers while IndusInd Bank, Ambuja Cements, Bharti Infratel and Bharti Airtel were early losers.

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Ipca Laboratories shares rallied nearly 4 percent in morning on the acquisition of the US-based pharmaceutical company.

“….announce the acquisition of 100 percent share capital of Pisgah Labs Inc, a North Carolina Corporation, the USA by subsidiaries Ipca Pharmaceutical Inc, USA and Onyx Scientific, UK,” the company said in its filing.

Ipca has acquired Pisgah for USD 9.65 million free of debt.


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आगे बाजार से मिलेंगे अच्छे रिटर्न

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2018 में बाजार से 2017 जितने रिटर्न तो नहीं मिलेंगे। 2017 में फार्मा को छोड़कर सारे सेक्टर चले। 2018 में अगर 12-15 फीसदी रिटर्न मिल जाएं तो काफी अच्छा माना जाएगा। पिछले 13 साल से अगले 13 साल बाजार के लिए अच्छे रहेंगे। करेंसी की वैल्यू घटने से भारत में रिटर्न कम हुआ है।

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Indian Rupee opens higher at 63.48 per Dollar

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A steady Dollar saw emerging market currencies losing some value against the Dollar. Expect consolidation in an intra-day range of 63.40-63.5, says Ripples Advisory Private Limited.

The Indian Rupee gained in the early trade on Tuesday. It has gained 3 paise at 63.48 per Dollar versus 63.51 Monday.

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A steady Dollar saw emerging market currencies losing some value against the Dollar. Expect consolidation in an intra-day range of 63.40-63.55.

Indian 10-year benchmark yield also has started to move up a bit after the recent correction. Expect a steady market where the benchmark yield may trade within a range of 7.32-7.36 percent.

Dollar holds steady after gaining overnight. The US currency hit more than one week high against a basket of other major currencies helped by a pullback in the Euro.


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Benchmark indices Open at record highs; Nifty above 10,600, Sensex up 160 pts

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Sobha surged 10 percent post strong operational performance in Q3. Prestige Estates also gained 3.5 percent.

Shares of Larsen and Toubro (L&T) touched a 52-week high of Rs 1,330.10, rising more than 1 percent in early trade as it has won orders worth Rs 2,265 crore.

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The Transportation Infrastructure and Water & Effluent Treatment businesses of L&T Construction have jointly bagged three EPC orders worth Rs 2,265 crore from Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority (APCRDA).

The scope of work includes investigation, design & construction of roads, drains, culverts, water supply, sewerage, sewerage treatment plants, utility ducts for power & ICT, reuse waterline & avenue plantation for land pooling schemes in zones – 6, 7 and 10 areas of Amaravati Capital City.

9:29 am Pre-sales data: Realty firm Sobha’s sales bookings increased by 92 percent to Rs 750.9 crore during the third quarter this fiscal on higher volumes and better average realization.

The Bengaluru-based developer had sold properties worth Rs 390.8 crore in the year-ago period.

According to an operational update, Sobha sold 9,33,365 sq ft (square feet) area during the third quarter, up 52 percent from 6,13,652 sq ft in the same period last fiscal.

The average price realization increased to Rs 8,045 per sq ft from Rs 6,369 per sq ft during the period under review.


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Market Live: Sensex, Nifty, Midcap open mildly higher; ONGC, GAIL gain

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Ashok Leyland is on a tear with a record number of commercial vehicle sales in December 2017. Gopal Mahadevan, CFO of the company spoke at length about the same. We are seeing new truck demand from chemical industry, fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector and e-commerce, said Mahadevan. According to him, goods and services tax (GST) has had a positive effect on demand. He expects 10 percent growth in industry volume by the end of FY18.

9:50 am Buzzing Stock: Shares of SJVN and Unichem Laboratories zoomed to their 52-week high, gaining 15 percent and 6 percent respectively in the early trade on Thursday as the companies are going to consider buyback of shares on January 8.

The board meeting of SJVN will be held on January 08, 2018, to consider the proposal for buyback of the fully paid-up equity shares of the company.

For prevention of insider trading in dealing with securities of SJVN, the trading window shall remain closed from Jan 03, 2018 to Jan 10, 2018 (both days inclusive), in connection with the above-scheduled meeting.


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Asia Wagers Global Cheer will Outlive Fed Tightening

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Australian stocks added 0.2 percent and Nikkei futures pointed to a steady start after the index scored its highest close in 25 years on Monday.

Asian shares were trying to string together the fourth session of gains on Tuesday as optimism about global growth looked set to outlast an almost certain hike in US borrowing costs this week.

The latest upbeat news came from China where banks doled out a surprisingly generous dose of credit in November, which could bode well for a pick up in retail sales and industrial output due later in the week.

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MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan inched up 0.06 percent, having rallied for three days in a row.

Australian stocks added 0.2 percent and Nikkei futures pointed to a steady start after the index scored its highest close in 25 years on Monday.

Wall Street had been led higher by technology and energy stocks, with Apple Inc making the biggest contribution. The Dow rose 0.23 percent, while the S&P 500 added 0.32 percent and the Nasdaq 0.51 percent.

There was no lasting market impact from an explosion in New York’s busy Port Authority commuter hub which New York Mayor Bill de Blasio described as an “attempted terrorist attack.”

Investors continued their policy vigil with the Federal Reserve set to end its two-day meeting on Wednesday, while the European Central Bank meets on Thursday.

JPMorgan Economist David Hensley suspects the Fed will revise up it is growth forecast while trimming the outlook for the unemployment rate, potentially adding upside risk to the “dot plot” forecasts on interest rates.

“The dot plot previously called for three hikes in 2018; it is a close call whether this moves to four hikes,” he warned, a shift that would likely boost the dollar but could bludgeon bonds.

“For its part, the European Central Bank (ECB)is likely to emphasize its low-for-long stance and continue to distance itself from the Fed,” he added. “The staff is likely to revise up its 2018 growth forecast, while we think the core inflation forecast will reveal an even slower recovery than before.”

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The divergence in Fed and ECB policy was supposed to be bullish for the Dollar, given it had widened the premium offered by US two-year yields over German yields to 256 basis points from 188 basis points this time last year.

The last time the spread was that plump was in 1999.

Yet the Euro is currently up 12 percent on the Dollar this year, while the Dollar is down 8 percent on a basket of currencies – which just goes to prove that interest rate differentials aren’t everything in forex.

Early on Tuesday, the euro was steady at USD 1.1775 having failed to clear resistance around USD 1.1812 overnight. The dollar was idling at 113.54 Yen, just off a one-month top of 113.69.

Dealers at Citi noted interbank volumes in the forex market had been 35 percent below average overnight and another thin session was likely on Tuesday.

There was rather more action in bitcoin, which touched a record peak of USD 17,270 on the Bitstamp exchange as its newly minted futures contract stretched as far as USD 18,850.

In commodity markets, gold remained out of favor at USD 1,242.78 an ounce having suffered its biggest weekly drop since May last week.

Oil prices were firm on news of a temporary shutdown of a pipeline that carries the biggest volume of the five North Sea crude oil streams.

Brent crude futures stood at USD 64.75 a barrel, after jumping USD 1.35 on Monday. US crude futures were off 2 cents in early trade at USD 57.97 a barrel.


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Sensex Opens in the Red, Nifty gives up 10,300; DRL up 4%

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Private and public sector banks take a hit, while crude price hike-related stocks are seen reacting sharply.

Equity benchmarks began the day on a flattish note with a hint of negative bias. Soon after the opening, indices moved in the red zone, with the Nifty giving up 10,300.

The Sensex was down 67.71 points at 33388.08, while the Nifty was down 26.60 points at 10295.70. The market breadth was narrow as 611 shares advanced against a decline of 577 shares, while 43 shares are unchanged.

Among sectors, banks have taken a hit, while midcaps are in tandem with benchmarks.

 

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Dr. Reddy’s Labs, ONGC, and GAIL were the top gainers on both indices, while Asian Paints, Coal India, and HPCL lost the most.

On the global front, Asian shares were trying to string together the fourth session of gains on Tuesday as optimism about global growth looked set to outlast an almost certain hike in US borrowing costs this week.

The latest upbeat news came from China where banks doled out a surprisingly generous dose of credit in November, which could bode well for a pick up in retail sales and industrial output due later in the week.

US stocks closed higher on Monday as investors prepared for an expected Federal Reserve rate hike later in the week, while stocks rose around the world on continued solid global economic growth indicators.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 opened flat after news of an explosion in New York’s busy Port Authority commuter hub which New York Mayor Bill de Blasio described as an “attempted terrorist attack.”


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Asia Stocks Pressured by Wall Street Losses, Dollar Sags

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Australian stocks and South Korea’s KOSPI were down 0.2 percent, respectively. Japan’s Nikkei lost 0.5 percent.

Asian stocks slipped on Wednesday, pressured by losses on Wall Street as the technology sector stuttered yet again after a brief rebound, while the Dollar sagged on lower long-term US yields.

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MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan inched down 0.2 percent.

Australian stocks and South Korea’s KOSPI were down 0.2 percent, respectively. Japan’s Nikkei lost 0.5 percent.

The S&P 500 information technology index barely rose overnight as it gave up much of the 1.4 percent intraday gains. The year’s top-performing sector was still down nearly 4 percent over the past week, with investors shifting money to banks, retailers and other stocks seen as likely to benefit the most from tax cuts promised by US President Donald Trump.

As a result, the S&P 500 fell for the third straight session overnight. The Dow and Nasdaq also retreated.

“The retreat in US shares coincides with profit-taking by investors before they close their books for the year-end. A lot of such year-end window dressing already appears to have taken place in emerging market equities,” said Kota Hirayama, senior emerging markets economist at SMBC Nikko Securities in Tokyo.

The main focal point for emerging market equities is how US yields move towards the year-end. The Federal Reserve’s monetary policy stance for next year bears close watching due to its impact on US yields, and in turn the various equity markets.

Fed funds futures prices showed that investors see a rate increase at Federal Reserve’s Dec. 12-13 meeting as a done deal and much of the focus is on the outlook for rates in 2018 and beyond.

The two-year Treasury yield reached a nine-year high overnight as the market increasingly expected the US Congress to pass tax reform legislation and the Fed to tighten policy.

But the 10-year Treasury yield fell overnight, flattening the yield curve further. The curve has flattened as investors see limited room for long-term US inflation.

The Dollar dipped, weighed by sagging long-term US yields. The Dollar index against six major currencies slipped 0.05 percent to 93.337.

The greenback dipped 0.1 percent to 112.470 yen and the Euro was little changed at USD 1.1824 after shedding 0.35 percent the previous day.

The pound extended overnight losses and last stood at USD 1.3412 for a loss of 0.2 percent. Sterling fell to as low as USD 1.3370 on Tuesday on disappointment after British Prime Minister Theresa May failed to clinch a deal to open talks on post-Brexit free trade with the European Union.

In commodities, US crude oil futures were down 0.3 percent at USD 57.44 per barrel after American Petroleum Institute data showed that US gasoline stocks and distillate inventories rose more than expected last week.


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