Jeanette Rodrigues Bloomberg

'Jeanette Rodrigues Bloomberg' - 41 News Result(s)

  • India's New Covid Cases Have Peaked, Shows Cambridge Tracker
    India News | Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Wednesday May 12, 2021
    The number of new coronavirus infections in India has peaked, according to a new tracker developed by researchers at Cambridge Judge Business School and the National Institute of Economic and Social Research.
  • Mumbai's Daily Vaccine Roulette Offers Dark Humour In India
    India News | Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Monday May 10, 2021
    Every night around 8 PM, the residents of Mumbai huddle around their phones and laptops. They're trying to book coveted COVID-19 vaccine-appointments as doses run dry.
  • India Covid Peak In Coming Days, Then 20,000 A Day By June-End: Forecast
    India News | Bhuma Shrivastava and Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Friday May 7, 2021
    A mathematical model prepared by advisers to Prime Minister Narendra Modi suggests India's coronavirus outbreak could peak in the coming days, but the group's projections have been changing and were wrong last month.
  • Covid Forecasters Warn India Deaths May Double In Coming Weeks
    India News | Jeanette Rodrigues and Michelle Fay Cortez, Bloomberg | Wednesday May 5, 2021
    The coronavirus wave that plunged India into the world's biggest health crisis has the potential to worsen in the coming weeks, with some research models projecting that the death toll could more than double from current levels.
  • Budget 2021: Any New Tax Could Hit Economic Recovery, Government Warned
    Business | Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Monday February 1, 2021
    A so-called Covid cess shouldn't be announced because the economy is still normalizing after a strict and vast lockdown, Sonal Varma, an economist at Nomura Holdings, said on Thursday
  • Jailed Nirav Modi's Prized Husain, Pegged At $2.6 Million, On Auction
    India News | Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Monday February 24, 2020
    The man accused of orchestrating India's biggest bank fraud once counted among his most prized possessions an MF Husain painting that depicts the tussle between right and wrong in the human soul. The Battle of Ganga & Jamuna is the centerpiece of an auction Friday in Mumbai, where India's fraud investigation office is seeking to recover as much as ...
  • A $45 Billion Bet On India Is Rapidly Unravelling: Economists
    India News | Ronojoy Mazumdar And Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Wednesday September 18, 2019
    After pouring $45 billion into the stock market over the past six years on hopes that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would unleash the country's economic potential, international money managers are now unwinding those wagers at the fastest pace on record.
  • Why India's Election Is Among the World's Most Expensive
    India News | Archana Chaudhary and Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Tuesday March 12, 2019
    The world's biggest democracy will soon hold what's likely to be one of the world's costliest elections. India's six-week-long vote will span the Himalayan range in the north, the Indian Ocean in the south, the Thar desert in the west and the mangroves of the Sundarbans in the east.
  • World Moves To Study India's Notes Ban While Team Modi Looks Away
    India News | Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Monday December 24, 2018
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's administration hasn't assessed the impact of one of history's most sweeping changes in currency policy. "No Madam," was the junior finance minister's reply to a lawmaker's question in parliament Dec. 14 on whether the government had studied the aftereffects of the move in November 2016 to invalidate almost all of the ...
  • How to Lose $3 Billion of Bitcoin in India
    Archana Chaudhary and Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Friday August 10, 2018
    Accusations of tax evasion and police corruption, a kidnapper who was kidnapped, a fugitive politician, and billions in bitcoin lost. This is crypto-trading Gujarat-style.
  • How To Lose $3 Billion Of Bitcoin In India
    India News | Archana Chaudhary and Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Friday August 10, 2018
    Accusations of tax evasion and police corruption, a kidnapper who was kidnapped, a fugitive politician, and billions in bitcoin lost. This is crypto-trading Gujarat-style.
  • Five State-Run Banks Have Rs 46,000 Crore More Bad Loans: Report
    Business | Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Tuesday May 29, 2018
    Hidden bad debt is a blow to the sector given that half of 22 state-run banks are already under RBI's strict PCA program.
  • Move Over, Mastercard. Upstarts Gain in Hot India Payments Space
    India News | Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Monday March 26, 2018
    Global card companies like Visa Inc. and Mastercard Inc. are losing market share to upstarts in the world's most innovative payments market: India.
  • To Read About The Modus Operandi Behind The Bank Fraud, Click Here
    India News | Jeanette Rodrigues, Bhuma Shrivastava, The Bloomberg | Wednesday February 21, 2018
    The story of how India's biggest bank fraud went undetected for seven years includes an $81 million cyber-heist in neighboring Bangladesh, penny-pinching lenders and a series of missed opportunities.
  • Nirav Modi And The $1.6 Billion Fraud: What We Know So Far
    India News | Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Friday February 16, 2018
    On Valentine's Day, one of India's biggest banks disclosed an almost $2 billion fraud allegedly by one of the country's richest men, who deals in pearls and diamonds.

'Jeanette Rodrigues Bloomberg' - 41 News Result(s)

  • India's New Covid Cases Have Peaked, Shows Cambridge Tracker
    India News | Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Wednesday May 12, 2021
    The number of new coronavirus infections in India has peaked, according to a new tracker developed by researchers at Cambridge Judge Business School and the National Institute of Economic and Social Research.
  • Mumbai's Daily Vaccine Roulette Offers Dark Humour In India
    India News | Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Monday May 10, 2021
    Every night around 8 PM, the residents of Mumbai huddle around their phones and laptops. They're trying to book coveted COVID-19 vaccine-appointments as doses run dry.
  • India Covid Peak In Coming Days, Then 20,000 A Day By June-End: Forecast
    India News | Bhuma Shrivastava and Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Friday May 7, 2021
    A mathematical model prepared by advisers to Prime Minister Narendra Modi suggests India's coronavirus outbreak could peak in the coming days, but the group's projections have been changing and were wrong last month.
  • Covid Forecasters Warn India Deaths May Double In Coming Weeks
    India News | Jeanette Rodrigues and Michelle Fay Cortez, Bloomberg | Wednesday May 5, 2021
    The coronavirus wave that plunged India into the world's biggest health crisis has the potential to worsen in the coming weeks, with some research models projecting that the death toll could more than double from current levels.
  • Budget 2021: Any New Tax Could Hit Economic Recovery, Government Warned
    Business | Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Monday February 1, 2021
    A so-called Covid cess shouldn't be announced because the economy is still normalizing after a strict and vast lockdown, Sonal Varma, an economist at Nomura Holdings, said on Thursday
  • Jailed Nirav Modi's Prized Husain, Pegged At $2.6 Million, On Auction
    India News | Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Monday February 24, 2020
    The man accused of orchestrating India's biggest bank fraud once counted among his most prized possessions an MF Husain painting that depicts the tussle between right and wrong in the human soul. The Battle of Ganga & Jamuna is the centerpiece of an auction Friday in Mumbai, where India's fraud investigation office is seeking to recover as much as ...
  • A $45 Billion Bet On India Is Rapidly Unravelling: Economists
    India News | Ronojoy Mazumdar And Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Wednesday September 18, 2019
    After pouring $45 billion into the stock market over the past six years on hopes that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would unleash the country's economic potential, international money managers are now unwinding those wagers at the fastest pace on record.
  • Why India's Election Is Among the World's Most Expensive
    India News | Archana Chaudhary and Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Tuesday March 12, 2019
    The world's biggest democracy will soon hold what's likely to be one of the world's costliest elections. India's six-week-long vote will span the Himalayan range in the north, the Indian Ocean in the south, the Thar desert in the west and the mangroves of the Sundarbans in the east.
  • World Moves To Study India's Notes Ban While Team Modi Looks Away
    India News | Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Monday December 24, 2018
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's administration hasn't assessed the impact of one of history's most sweeping changes in currency policy. "No Madam," was the junior finance minister's reply to a lawmaker's question in parliament Dec. 14 on whether the government had studied the aftereffects of the move in November 2016 to invalidate almost all of the ...
  • How to Lose $3 Billion of Bitcoin in India
    Archana Chaudhary and Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Friday August 10, 2018
    Accusations of tax evasion and police corruption, a kidnapper who was kidnapped, a fugitive politician, and billions in bitcoin lost. This is crypto-trading Gujarat-style.
  • How To Lose $3 Billion Of Bitcoin In India
    India News | Archana Chaudhary and Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Friday August 10, 2018
    Accusations of tax evasion and police corruption, a kidnapper who was kidnapped, a fugitive politician, and billions in bitcoin lost. This is crypto-trading Gujarat-style.
  • Five State-Run Banks Have Rs 46,000 Crore More Bad Loans: Report
    Business | Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Tuesday May 29, 2018
    Hidden bad debt is a blow to the sector given that half of 22 state-run banks are already under RBI's strict PCA program.
  • Move Over, Mastercard. Upstarts Gain in Hot India Payments Space
    India News | Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Monday March 26, 2018
    Global card companies like Visa Inc. and Mastercard Inc. are losing market share to upstarts in the world's most innovative payments market: India.
  • To Read About The Modus Operandi Behind The Bank Fraud, Click Here
    India News | Jeanette Rodrigues, Bhuma Shrivastava, The Bloomberg | Wednesday February 21, 2018
    The story of how India's biggest bank fraud went undetected for seven years includes an $81 million cyber-heist in neighboring Bangladesh, penny-pinching lenders and a series of missed opportunities.
  • Nirav Modi And The $1.6 Billion Fraud: What We Know So Far
    India News | Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | Friday February 16, 2018
    On Valentine's Day, one of India's biggest banks disclosed an almost $2 billion fraud allegedly by one of the country's richest men, who deals in pearls and diamonds.
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