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How do I apply to Schlumberger?

Since you have not given any details regarding which profile of work you are looking for, the only resource I can suggest is . You can upload your resume for the job profile that suits you. You will be contacted if Schlumberger is looking and your profile fits the requirement.

Is Schlumberger a good company?

Schlumberger has a very diverse culture. Great company and benefits and safety culture is the best in the industry but management is brought in from different divisions or segments that often do not have experience in your particular job and tend to do a horrible job unless they are committed to their team.

What does SLB stand for?


Acronym Definition
SLB Securities Lending and Borrowing (stocks)
SLB Server Load Balancing
SLB Segment Lookaside Buffer
SLB Serverless Backup

What does SLP mean in texting?

Super Long Play,sleep

What is SLB segment?

SLB enables lending of idle securities by the investors through the clearing corporation/clearing house of stock exchanges to earn a return through the same. Securities in the F&O segment are eligible for short selling.

Is SLB safe?

“Unlike many other countries, SLB is an exchange-traded product in India, settled by the clearing corporations, which means there is no counterparty risk,” said Sriram Krishnan, head of securities services, Deutsche Bank. “Investors should ideally lend out stocks and make an additional return as every penny counts.

Short selling remains legal in most stock markets, unlike so-called naked short selling — shorting without having first borrowed the shares. When markets go bad, governments and regulators sometimes impose restrictions in an effort to help stem the slide.

How does SLB make money?

You can either hold on to your shares and wait for them to appreciate in value or lend your securities through the SLB scheme to earn money. Security Lending and Borrowing helps investors earn additional return on securities they hold for the long-term.

Who is SLB in Bollywood?

Actor Nushrat Bharucha marked her debut in Bollywood with a 2006 release, but her first commercial hit was a Luv Ranjan directorial.

Can I lend my stocks?

WHEN INVESTORS LEND their shares to a broker, they can receive more income over time. Loaning a stock or another asset such as an exchange-traded fund to a brokerage firm can yield investors more income passively. Securities lending is common, and these share lending programs are usually conducted by brokerages.

How many stocks are eligible in SLB segment?

378 stocks

What is SLBM in stock?

SLBM: Stock Lending And Borrowing Mechanism. SLB or stock lending and borrowing is a system in which a trader can borrow shares that they do not already own or can lend the stocks that they own. An SLB transaction has a rate of interest and a fixed tenure.

What is short selling in NSE?

Short selling is the selling of the stocks or shares that the seller doesn’t own in his demat account. When the price of the stock falls further, he buys it at a lower price, making a profit. The shares are then returned to the broker in nse market.

How do you borrow shares?

Borrow the stock you want to bet against. Contact your broker to find shares of the stock you think will go down and request to borrow the shares. The broker then locates another investor who owns the shares and borrows them with a promise to return the shares at a prearranged later date. You get the shares.

Is there a time limit on short selling?

There is no time limit on how long a short sale can or cannot be open for. Thus, a short sale is, by default, held indefinitely.

Do brokers lose money on short selling?

While this is not a huge risk to the broker due to margin requirements, the risk of loss is still there, and this is why the broker receives the interest on the loan. In the event that the lender of the shares wishes to sell the stock, the short seller is generally not affected.

How do you lose money on a short?

Selling short can be costly if the seller guesses wrong about the price movement. A trader who has bought stock can only lose 100% of their outlay if the stock moves to zero. However, a trader who has shorted stock can lose much more than 100% of their original investment.

Who pays out when you short a stock?

When you sell the stock short, you’ll receive $10,000 in cash proceeds, less whatever your broker charges you as a commission. That money will be credited to your account in the same manner as any other stock sale, but you’ll also have a debt obligation to repay the borrowed shares at some time in the future.

Do you need money to short a stock?

Since a stock can rise to a theoretically unlimited price, shorting a stock can involve substantial risk. You may have to buy the stock back at a much higher price than the price at which you sold. To help reduce this risk, firms require you to have at least some money in your account if you want to sell a stock short.

Is short selling more profitable?

Short selling provides liquidity, drives down overpriced securities, and generally increases the efficiency of the markets. It provides the markets with more information. Short selling can be profitable. But there’s no guarantee that the price of a stock will go the way you want it to.

How much money is needed to short a stock?

To maintain the short position, the investor must keep enough equity in the account to serve as collateral for the margin loan — at least 25% per exchange rules. However, brokerages may have a higher minimum, depending on the riskiness of the stocks as well as the total value of the investor’s positions.

Can you make more than 100 on a short?

Short sales are limited to a 100% return because they create a liability the very first moment they are executed. Although the liability does not translate into an investment of real money by the short seller, it is equivalent to investing the money in that it’s a liability that must be paid back at a future date.

What is the most shorted stock right now?

Highly Shortly Stocks Rising Again

Company Ticker Short Interest As A % Of Float
GameStop (GME) 47.5%
National Beverage (FIZZ) 45.2
Tanger Factory Outlet Centers (SKT) 40.5
Ligand Pharmaceuticals (LGND) 39.1

How can you tell if a stock is being shorted?

For general shorting information—such as the short interest ratio, the number of a company’s shares that have been sold short divided by the average daily volume—you can usually go to any website that features a stock quotes service, such as the Yahoo Finance website in Key Statistics under Share Statistics.

Is high short interest good or bad?

That short interest remains high. On its face, high short interest looks bad for a stock. It means that investors have little hope for a company’s prospects. But it can be a bullish sign for a stock, because any positive news will force short sellers to buy the stock to cover their short bets.