Gita Gopinath, the first woman Chief Economist of IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) recently appointed Indian-origin Harvard economist Gita Gopinath as its Chief Economist. She is the first woman in leadership to be appointed to the post. IMF

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Do financial institutions understand women?

Are women geared up to the potentials in the world of investments? Are financial institutions understanding women and their needs? A survey conducted by the UK Sustainable Investment and Finance

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40 percent of global wealth is held by women!

Global wealth reached $317 trillion this year. This is 18 times the size of the U.S. gross domestic product. The number rose 4.6 percent from last year. The nation with

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Secrets of Wealthy Women: Mary Higgins Clark

At 90 years old, best-selling novelist Mary Higgins Clark doesn’t plan to stop writing anytime soon. While she’s achieved significant fame and financial success, a love of storytelling continues to

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‘It’s not rocket science’: Suze Orman

“Step towards your money, rather than away from it,” Suze Orman said. Bestselling personal finance author Suze Orman may have officially retired to the Bahamas, but she’s still doling out timeless

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Women and youth should be associated with tourism schemes: Baby Rani Maurya

The Governor Baby Rani Maurya stressed on the need to connect women and youth with tourism schemes.  She said that since women play a vital role in the mountainous regions

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