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TMS, Ep 32: COP26, Shaktikanta Das 2.0, markets in Samvat 2078, dark web

What can India hope to achieve at COP26 summit? What does Shaktikanta Das' reappointment as RBI Governor mean for markets? Which will be investment-worthy sectors in Samvat 2078? Get all answers here

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Team TMS  |  New Delhi 

The 26th edition of the United Nations Conference of Parties, or COP26, started in the Scottish city of Glasgow yesterday. It would be no exaggeration to say that the fate of humanity depends on the outcome of this summit. With that in mind, we examine India's agenda going in and also delve into what New Delhi hopes to achieve in Glasgow and the challenges it will face. *** The government has extended the tenure of Governor for another three years, signalling an endorsement of the policies pursued by him. The central bank under Das flooded the system with liquidity while keeping interest rates low to shore up growth during the pandemic. What does the extension mean for the markets? *** What does have in store for Indian equity markets? Which sectors look investment-worthy? Leading market experts answer these questions and help you better understand what lies ahead. *** From looking things up on search engines to ordering food, reading news, and booking cabs, we use web services every day.

But do you know the web as we know it is just a fraction of the actual web space. Yes, and that is why it is called the surface web. It is available for access to anyone and everyone with access to the internet. But there is a whole lot more to the web which is not accessible to everyone. People call it the Curious to know what the is, who uses it, and why it is a maligned space? *** Listen to these and more in today’s Business Standard Morning Show podcast.

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First Published: Mon, November 01 2021. 08:00 IST
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