Samsung now offering product demos at home in India

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In a pursuit to stronghold its the Indian market, Samsung has announced a lot of initiatives for the last couple of months. The chaebol recently introduced a privacy mode dubbed AltZLife exclusively for the country. It recently also announced its finance service to allow customers to buy devices easily from the comfort of the home.

Samsung also offers Galaxy Forever and Galaxy Assured service in the country. The former is a lease program while the latter offers assured buyback scheme. To keep its mobile business healthy in the pandemic, Samsung has now launched yet another program in the country. This one offers Samsung customers to have product demos right at their doorstep.

Samsung customers can now book home product demos in India

The South-Korean giant has now launched its Experience Samsung at Home program in India. As a part of this program, the potential customers can book home demos for

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Thursday Sector Leaders: Technology & Communications, Services

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The best performing sector as of midday Thursday is the Technology & Communications sector, not showing much of a loss. Within that group, Synopsys Inc (Symbol: SNPS) and ServiceNow Inc (Symbol: NOW) are two large stocks leading the way, showing a gain of 6.6% and 3.4%, respectively. Among technology ETFs, one ETF following the sector is the Technology Select Sector SPDR ETF (Symbol: XLK), which is up 0.9% on the day, and up 27.21% year-to-date. Synopsys Inc, meanwhile, is up 51.79% year-to-date, and ServiceNow Inc is up 60.13% year-to-date. Combined, SNPS and NOW make up approximately 1.5% of the underlying holdings of XLK.

The next best performing sector is the Services sector, losing just 0.2%. Among large Services stocks, L Brands, Inc (Symbol: LB) and PayPal Holdings Inc (Symbol: PYPL) are the most notable, showing a gain of 4.5% and 2.6%, respectively. One ETF closely tracking Services stocks is the

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